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Functional RUP Training in Hyderabad

Functional RUP

This course is designed to provide a foundation for the practical application of the Rational Unified Process (RUP®) to produce enterprise-scale software applications based on industry-standard best practices. Students will be introduced to the iterative phase-driven process of the RUP model, with appropriate emphasis on the core disciplines of RUP: Business Modeling, Project Management, Requirements, Analysis and Design, Implementation and Test and Deployment. Through presentation, comprehensive examples and an integrating exercise, students will gain a thorough understanding of the roles, activities and deliverables that are fundamental to the practical application of each discipline.

Course Duration:  16 Hours


  • Previous experience of a software development project in a managerial or technical capacity is desirable but not required

  • Functional RUP Course Content

    • An Introduction to the Rational Unified Process (RUP)
      • Best Practices in Software Development
      • Phases and Iteration
      • Disciplines and Workflows
      • Roles, Activities and Artifacts
      • Practicing RUP: an illustrative example
    • A Framework for Iteration
      • Iteration, Planning and Risk Management
      • Phase Objectives
      • Milestones
      • Benefits
      • Core disciplines
      • Case Study Introduction and Exercise : Planning Iterations
    • Project Management Discipline
      • Purpose and Objectives
      • Workflow
      • Roles and Artifacts
      • Measurement
      • Risk Management
    • Business Modeling Discipline
      • Purpose : Understanding the business
      • Discipline Workflow
      • Roles and Artifacts
      • Transitioning from Business Model to Software Solution
    • Requirements Management Discipline
      • Purpose : Managing Requirements
      • Functional and Non-Functional Requirements
      • Workflow : Requirements Elicitation and Documentation
      • Roles and Artifacts
      • Use-Case Driven Development
      • Exercise : Use Case Modeling
    • Analysis and Design Discipline
      • Purpose : How versus What
      • Analysis and Design Workflow
      • Managing the transition from use case to object model
      • Roles and Artifacts
      • Key Design Heuristics
      • Exercise : Object Identification and Modeling
    • Implementation Discipline
      • Purpose : Iterative Code Development
      • Implementation Workflow
      • Roles and Artifacts
      • Builds and Integration
      • Tool Support and Exercise
    • Test and Deployment Discipline
      • Purpose : Iterative Testing
      • Test and Deployment Workflows
      • Roles and Artifacts
      • Exercise : Building Test Cases
    • Supporting Disciplines
      • Configuration and Change Management
      • Environment
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