The IBM Rational Unified Process for System z: Making Development on System z More Agile

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Cécile Péraire, Mike Edwards, Angelo Fernandes, Enrico Mancin, and Kathy Carroll

Date archived: December 20, 2016 | First published: June 15, 2007

The Rational Edge: Many software development practitioners in IBM System z environments have long believed that iterative development and other "modern" methods are not applicable to their projects. IBM, however, disagrees. This article introduces the IBM Rational Unified Process for System z (RUP for System z) -- a new process framework specifically created to support iterative development on System z software development projects, while making optimum use of proven System z development tools and principles.

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