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Enterprise Unified Process

The Enterprise Unified Process (EUP) is an extended variant of the

  • Scott W. Ambler's website on the Enterprise Unified Process

External links

  • Ambler, Scott W.; Constantine, Larry L. (2000), The unified process inception phase: best practices in implementing the UP, Focal Press,  
  • Ambler, Scott W.; Constantine, Larry L. (2000), The unified process elaboration phase: best practices in implementing the UP, Focal Press,  
  • Ambler, Scott W.; Constantine, Larry L. (2000), The unified process construction phase: best practices for completing the unified process, Focal Press,  
  • Ambler, Scott W.; Constantine, Larry L. (2002), The Unified process transition and production phase, Focal Press,  
  • Ambler, Scott W; Nalbone, John; Vizdos, Michael J (2005), The Enterprise Unified Process : extending the Rational Unified Process, Prentice Hall PTR,  
  • Ramsin, Raman (2008). "Process-centered review of object oriented software development methodologies". ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) (Association of Computing Machinery ACM) 40 (1): 1–89.  

Bibliography

  1. ^ See Ramsin(2008) and Ambler et al. (2005) for details on history of EUP
  2. ^ Ambler et al (2005) p.7

References

See also

  1. Develop iteratively
  2. Manage requirements
  3. Proven architecture
  4. Modeling
  5. Continuously verify quality.
  6. Manage change
  7. Collaborative development
  8. Look beyond development.
  9. Deliver working software on a regular basis
  10. Manage risk

The EUP provide following best practices:-

Best Practices of EUP

and seven enterprise disciplines

To these EUP adds one additional project discipline

The Rational Unified Process defines nine project disciplines

Disciplines

To these EUP adds two additional phases

The Unified Process defines four project phases

Phases

Contents

  • Phases 1
  • Disciplines 2
  • Best Practices of EUP 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • Bibliography 6
  • External links 7

In 2013 work began to evolve EUP to be based on Disciplined Agile Delivery instead of the Unified Process.

It deals with software development as seen from the customer's point of view. [2]

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