Abstract—In This article presents a methodology based on
the articulation of emerging paradigms for architecture
development of information and knowledge (MADAIKE) that
in turn promote the integration of various standards and justify
the value to the organization. The first one comes from the agile
methods and it is inspired on the Scrum model which aim to
simplify the complex task of developing a quality software, the
second one takes as a reference the processes models whose are
oriented toward the development of Architectures of business
information as Zachmantm, TOGAFtm, SOMFtm, TOGAF,
UPDM and others, whose purpose is to articulate in a single
model the business architecture and the information
architecture, it is framed, of course, in a paradigm of the model
driven generation (MDG), and the third approach with project
planning (PP) inspired by the PMBOK standard and especially
in the projects planning process group, in addition to this, there
are important aspects related to the UML 2.5 and the business
process modeling that become tools to obtain the products in the
MADAIKE methodology. These approaches are integrated
eventually leading to the formulation and presentation of an
agile methodology called – MADAIKE.
Index Terms—Agile methodology, architecture information enterprise, software process, project planning, validation, verification, management knowledge, systems engineering.
Nieto Bernal Wilson and Luna Amaya Carmenza are with Universidad del Norte Colombia, Colombia (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Nieto Bernal Wilson and Luna Amaya Carmenza, "Agile Methodology to Develop Architecture of Information and Knowledge in Organizations (MADAIKE)," International Journal of Machine Learning and Computing vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 153-159, 2015.