Working Initial Prototype Deliverable Template
From MIKE2.0 Methodology
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The Working Initial Prototype is the deliverable of the Build Initial Prototype which tests a very simple process that takes some of the existing extract files from a single producing system, loads data into a integrated model and exposes this data through a canonical model. This task would involve the following steps:
- Define staging areas for loading selected extract files from producer.
- Conduct profiling of data as it arrives in staging to prove the basic concept of data validation and flag records with data quality issues in the staging area.
- Define the logical and physical model for the integrated data store that applies to the producer data that will be tested in this phase. Implement this model.
- Define transformations from staging to the integrated data store.
- Build a sample CMM that exposes how data from the producer can be used in a reusable fashion by consumers.
Listed below are example Working Initial Prototypes: