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RUP (Rapid Unified Process)
RUP Methodologies
The Rational Unified Process® (an IBM product) is a Software Engineering Process that provides a well controlled approach to assign tasks and responsibilities within a development organization. RUP’s goal is to ensure the production of high-quality software that meets the requirements of its end-users, within a conventional schedule and budget.

The Rational Unified Process improves team productivity, by offering every team member with easy access to a knowledge repository equipped guidelines, templates and tool mentors for all critical development activities. By accessing the same knowledge repository, we ensure that all team members share a common language, process and view of how to develop software no matter if you work with requirements, design, test,project management,or configuration management.

The Rational Unified Process provides each team member with the guidelines, templates and tool mentors necessary for the entire team to gain full advantage of the following best practices:

Key Challenges
Today's enterprises are progressively interested in agile development for handling complicated software engineering projects. Specifically, these enterprises are hoping to bring more efficiency to the development process by keeping costs and schedules under control, and at the same time deliver valuable content that meets their customers' needs.
  • Develop software iteratively
  • Manage requirements
  • Use component-based architectures
  • Visually model software
  • Verify software quality
  • Control changes to software
The RUP as a system can tailor-made your specific needs in order to develop process framework. Using the RUP as a base, organizations can pick and choose the portions they wish to use and add new items to their environment. The RUP’s iterative and incremental approach has many advantages over serial strategies :
  • Improved governance.
  • Regular feedback to stakeholders.
  • Improved risk management.
  • Implement the actual requirements
  • Discover what works early.
  • Developers focus on what matters.

The software lifecycle is broken into cycles, each cycle working on a new generation of the product. The Rational Unified Process divides one development cycle in four consecutive phases :
Inception phase
Elaboration phase
Construction phase
Transition phase

Each phase is concluded with a well-defined milestone—a point in time at which certain critical decisions must be made and therefore key goals must have been achieved.

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