Enterprise Unified Process

Enterprise Unified Process

The Enterprise Unified Process (EUP) is an extension of the Rational Unified Process developed by Scott W. Ambler the Practice Leader in Agile development at IBM Corporation.


The Unified Process defines four project phases
* Inception
* Elaboration
* Construction
* TransitionTo these EUP adds two additional phases
* Production
* Retirement


The Rational Unified Process defines nine project disciplines
* Business Modeling
* Requirements
* Analysis and Design
* Implementation
* Test
* Deployment
* Configuration and Change Management
* Project Management
* EnvironmentTo these EUP adds one additional project discipline
* Operations and Supportand seven enterprise disciplines
* Enterprise Business Modeling
* Portfolio Management
* Enterprise Architecture
* Strategic Reuse
* People Management
* Enterprise Administration
* Software Process Improvement

Best Practices of EUP

The EUP provide following best practices:-
#Develop iteratively
#Manage requirements
#Proven architecture
#Continuously verify quality.
#Manage change
#Collaborative development
#Look beyond development.
#Deliver working software on a regular basis
#Manage risk

ee also

*Rational Unified Process
*Software development process
*Extreme programming

External links

* [http://www.enterpriseunifiedprocess.com/ Enterprise Unified Process Home Page]

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