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Wednesday, 18 August 2010 09:58

Agile and Smart Modeling with UML and SysML

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This animated short case study of 18 diagram slides presentation illustrates how simple UML and SysML diagrams can be successfully used there to enhance requirement traceability till software architecture layers in order to better dealing with requirement changes using agile methods.

 

Since a few years, companies try to customize the usage of Agile Methods ( Scrum, XP,...) in order to be able to deliver their products on time and on budget.

One of the serious obstacles they meet using such methods is about informal and untraceable requirement gathering that causes extra costs along iterative development lifecycle.

Gathering requirements on the basis of user stories (or use cases) does not help alone to ensure requirement coverage in face of changes and needs to be strongly driven by the project vision.

 

This animated short case study of 18 diagram slides presentation illustrates below how simple UML and SysML diagrams can be successfully used there to enhance requirement traceability till software architecture layers in order to better dealing with requirement changes using agile methods.

 

For downloading the animated version of these slides, please download the ZIP or PPS file below:  

 

Since a few years, companies try to customize the usage of Agile Methods ( Scrum, XP,...) in order to be able to deliver their products on time and on budget.
One of the serious obstacles they meet using such methods is about informal and untraceable requirement gathering that causes extra costs to deal with changes 
along iterations.
Gathering requirements on the basis of user stories (or use cases) does not help alone to ensure requirement coverage in face of changes and needs to be strongly driven by the project vision. 

 

 

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Birol

Birol Berkem

GooBiz (Enterprise Architect)
 
I am an Open Group (TOGAF 9.1 and ArchiMate 2.0) certified enterprise architect and trainer in the areas of business and IT system analysis and design using standards like ArchiMate, UML, SysML, MDA, BPMN and BMM of the OMG as well as the RUP and SOA.
 
My professional interest is in helping organizations to increase their business agility by providing them with a swift and coherent alignment of their IT applications to their business needs.
Specialties : TOGAF, ArchiMate, ITIL, BPM, UML, SysML, BMM, BPMN, RUP, Agile Modeling, MDA, Urbanisation, SOA

Website: www.goobiz.com
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