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Rational Unified Process

August 10, 2009
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Unified Process
The Unified Process is an extensible framework which should be customized for specific organizations or projects.
Characteristic
Incremental development process.
Use case Driven
Architecture centric
Rational Unified Process (RUP)
It is a process of assigning the task and responsibilities within the development organization.
Produce high quality software to the customer within the expected cost and time.
It helps to use an UML in an industry standard language and allows to clearly communicating the requirement, architecture and design.
Practices of RUP
Develop the software iteratively.
Manage the requirements.
Use component based architectures
Visually model the software.
Verify the software quality.
Control changes to software.
Life Cycle of RUP
It divides the development team into four phases
Inception phase
Elaboration phase
Construction phase
Transition phase

Inception Phase
Define the project scope.
Identify the requirement.
Understanding.
Cost / Time estimates
Elaboration Phase
Analyze the problem domain. (80% complete)
Business use case.
Architecture and design.
Prototype.
Development Plan.
Construction Phase
Code is generated.
Transition Phase
Training the user.
Beta testing to validate the system against the customer expectation.
Disciplines of RUP
Business Modeling
Requirements
Analysis and design
Implementation
Test
Deployment
Configuration and Change Management
Project Management

Environment

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