Ömer Uludag

Ömer Uludag
Technische Universität München | TUM · Faculty of Informatics

Master of Science

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Over the past two decades, agile software development methods have been adopted by an increasing number of organizations to improve their software development processes. In contrast to traditional methods, agile methods place more emphasis on flexible processes than on detailed upfront plans and heavy documentations. Since agile methods have proved...
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Over the last two decades, agile methods have transformed and brought unique changes to software development practice by strongly emphasizing team collaboration, customer involvement, and change tolerance. The success of agile methods for small, co-located teams has inspired organizations to increasingly apply agile practices to large-scale efforts...
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In modern times, traditional enterprises are confronted with rapidly changing customer demands, increasing market dynamics, and continuous emergence of technological advancements. Confronted with the imperatives of a digital world, companies are striving to adopt agile methods on a larger scale to meet these requirements. In recent years, enterpris...
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Context: The success of agile methods in small projects has inspired companies to apply them in larger projects and organizations. Although extensive research has been done, there is no comprehensive overview of research in large-scale agile development. Objective: This study analyzes existing research on large-scale agile development, provides a...
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Over the past decade, agile methods have become the favored choice for projects undertaken in rapidly changing environments. The success of agile methods in small, co-located projects has inspired companies to apply them in larger projects. Agile scaling frameworks, such as Large Scale Scrum and Scaled Agile Framework, have been invented by practit...
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During the last two decades, turbulent business environments tempted firms to adopt agile methods to cope with the ever-changing customer demands. The success of agile methods in small and co-located teams inspired companies to apply them to large-scale endeavors. Agile scaling frameworks, such as the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), have been propos...
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In an increasingly digital world, traditional enterprises are confronted with rapidly changing customer demands, increasing market dynamics, and continuous emergence of new technological advancements. Confronted with the imperatives of a digital world, companies are striving to adopt agile methods on a larger scale to meet these requirements. In re...
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In today’s business environments, organizations are confronted with technological advancements, regulatory uncertainties, and time-to-market pressures. The ability to detect relevant changes and to react timely and effectively becomes an important determinant for business survival. As a result, enterprises apply agile methods to larger projects as...
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Even though enterprise architecture management (EAM) offers a wide range of methods and tools for aligning business with IT, an architect's work is challenged by reality. The evolution of enterprise architecture (EA) and given constraints (e.g. legacy systems and processes) lead to debts which may complicate and hinder opportunities; however, the m...
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The widespread use of agile methods shows a fundamental shift in the way organizations try to cope with unpredictable competitive environments. In large-scale agile settings, multiple development activities need to be coordinated to achieve desirable enterprise-wide effects and agility. A powerful instrument to effectively guide and steer large-sca...
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Ever since the release of the agile manifesto in 2001, agile methods have received widespread interest in industry and academia. Agile methods have transformed and brought unique changes to software development practices by strongly emphasizing team collaboration, change tolerance, and active customer involvement. Their proven benefits have also in...
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In today's business environments, organizations are confronted with rapid technological advancements, regulatory uncertainties, and time-to-market pressures. The ability to detect relevant changes and to react timely and effectively becomes an important determinant for business survival. As a result, companies are striving to adopt agile methods on...
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Enterprise Architecture (EA) model maintenance is a challenging task which is still performed mainly manually. Recent research endeavours for automating this task have not addressed runtime data for gathering the architecture of the IT-landscape. In this design science work, we want to close this research gap and present an approach for discovering...
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The introduction of agile methods at scale entails unique concerns such as inter-team coordination, dependencies to other organizational units, or distribution of work without a defined architecture. Compared to the rich body of agile software development literature describing typical challenges and best practices, recurring concerns and patterns i...
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Over the last two decades, agile methods have been adopted by an increasing number of organizations to improve their software development processes. In contrast to traditional methods, agile methods place more emphasis on flexible processes than on detailed upfront plans and heavy documentation. Since agile methods have proved to be successful at t...
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Over the past two decades, agile methods have transformed and brought unique changes to software development practice by strongly emphasizing team collaboration, customer involvement, and change tolerance. The success of agile methods for small, co-located teams has inspired organizations to increasingly use them on a larger scale to build complex...
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Agile software engineering practices aim at unifying software development (Dev) and software operation (Ops) in order to quickly release new software and gather feedback on new features in the latest version. The feedback loop gets closed mostly after new releases are deployed to production. During development, engineers do not receive feedback whe...
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Microservices are an approach to distributed systems that promote the use of finely grained services with their own lifecycles. This architecture style encourages high decoupling, independent deployment, operation and maintenance. However, those benefits also leave a certain aftertaste, especially in continuous documentation of the overall architec...
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An increasing number of large organizations are adopting agile and lean methods at larger scale for building complex software systems. One major critique of agile development and in particular of large-scale agile development is the neglect of proper architecting assistance in such development efforts. On the one hand, emergent architecture design...
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The benefits of enterprise modeling (EM) and its contribution to organizational tasks are largely undisputed in business and information systems engineering. EM as a discipline has been around for several decades but is typically performed by a limited number of people in organizations with an affinity to modeling. What is captured in models is onl...
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Zur Unterstützung der digitalen Transformation im Bereich Smart Mobility und Smart City wurde das TUM Living Lab Connected Mobility (TUM LLCM) initiiert. Das Forschungsprojekt bündelt die einschlägigen Forschungs‑, Entwicklungs‑, und Innovations‐Kompetenzen der TU München in der Informatik und in der Verkehrsforschung. Im Projekt wird die Konzeptio...
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Zur Unterstützung der digitalen Transformation im Bereich Smart Mobility und Smart City wurde das TUM Living Lab Connected Mobility (TUM LLCM) initiiert. Das Forschungsprojekt bündelt die einschlägigen Forschungs-, Entwicklungs-, und Innovationskompetenzen der Technischen Universität München (TUM) in der Informatik und in der Verkehrsforschung. Im...
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Enterprise modelling (EM) as a discipline has been around for several decades with a huge body of knowledge on EM in academic literature. The benefits of modelling and its contributions to organizational tasks are largely undisputed. Thus, from an inside-out perspective, EM appears to be a mature and established discipline. However, for initiating...
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Transportation is reaching its limits in urban areas today, while world population growth and urbanization are further accelerating the difficulties caused by the wide adoption of individual motorized mobility. Public and private actors are seeking ways to enable smart solutions for future personal mobility, supported by digitalization which opens...

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- Investigation of architect roles in various scaling agile frameworks - Investigation of how architects collaborate with scaled agile teams - Investigation of how to support architects for making IT-Organizations more agile