Dave Morris and I will be presenting a session on the second day of the under solutions titled: "Delivering Agile Business Process & Integration Solutions". This session will cover architecting and implementing Business Process and Integrations solutions (BPI) the Agile way. We believe that a traditional waterfall process often demands unrealistic skills and accuracy that inevitably leads to the architecture either being invalid or out of date even before development starts. An Agile approach to implementation of Business Process and Integration (BPI) solutions provides a far more realistic framework for solution delivery. This session is for everyone interested in discovering how this has been successfully implemented across varying project sizes and multiple architectures
To find out more about the subject have a look at my blog at: http://blogs.conchango.com/tamershaaban/archive/2006/03/01/3017.aspx
What does Agile really mean?
Discover how Agile project management impacts BPI solutions.
Just how Agile can you really be in the integration world?
Does Agile really mean XP?
What is the difference: Agile Integration vs. Waterfall Integration
What is the real cost of integration?
Pay now vs. pay later
How to justify the cost
Tactical solutions vs. Strategic architectures
What is the impact of strategic BPI on an organisation?
Coping with change
How does this work in the real world?
The simple task of integrating SAP, Siebel, and AS400 legacy in one project
Using BizTalk to implement a Chip and PIN Payment Gateway solution
Was there any pain along the way?
Setting the right iteration durations
Working with external suppliers
Working with waterfall projects the agile way
When not to use Agile?