Wednesday, March 16, 2005

In this talk I'll be overviewing the EUP (www.enterpriseunifiedprocess.com), an extension to the RUP to make it a full IT lifecycle. The RUP is just a system development lifecycle, which is perfectly fine, but it's not sufficient if you truly want to have a consistent process within your IT department. I'll discuss how to extend the RUP to include operations and support, enterprise architecture, strategic reuse, portfolio management, enterprise/data/security administration, people management, and enterprise business modeling activities. There is far more to IT than system development. Hope you find the talk interesting.

8:18 AM

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