Project Management


What is RUP?

IBM Rational Unified Process (RUP) is like an online mentor that provides guidelines, templates, and examples for all aspects and stages of program development. RUP is not a blueprint that can't be deviated from, but rather an outline that gives people a viewpoint on how things can be done.

The unified Process would be easy if people wouldn't be involved... But, as long as there are people involved, unified process has much more to do with the people, then with technology. The reality is that the Rational Unified Process is a great process, but implementing it is more difficult because we are in a people business.

RUP Implementation Guide:

Part I: Recommended strategy and typical issues and risks

Part II; Best practices and key lessons learned from RUP implementation projects


Rational User Groups: A spotlight on North Florida (The Rational Edge ezine, IBM, 15 May 2007)

Establishing Computer User Groups in a Metropolitan Area (PDF) IBM Rational User Group

®Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida uses Business Modeling and RUP to Align Development with Business Goals (Video Interview)

IBM Rational Solutions Help Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Deliver Higher Quality Software Faster (Video Interview) by Implementing IBM Rational Unified Process and Rational Enterprise Suite

IBM Global Rational User Group Community (Link)

North Florida Rational User Group(Link)

The Rational Edge (Link)

Welcome to the Machine, Cover Story, Insurance & Technology magazine Aug 20, 2003 (Link)

A game of strategy, Insurance and Technology magazine Feb 19, 2004

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