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  • 2. Oracle Unified Method. » OUM to accelerate your development and technology-based efforts; » OUM presents an organized and flexible approach. » Operational framework helps critical project needs and dependencies for development and implementation of project. » With OUM, you can move efficiently through the project lifecycle to quickly achieve measurable business results. 11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 2
  • 3. USERS OF OUM:OUM is used by Oracle Consulting Services, Oracle Partner Network CertifiedPartners or Certified Advantage Partners, and Clients on projects where OracleConsulting Services is engaged.OUM supports the complete range of Oracle technology projects including: Oracle Database Oracle E-Business Suite Oracle Enterprise 2.0 Oracle Fusion Middleware Oracle Data Warehousing Governance, Risk, & Compliance (GRC) Identity Management (IdM) Oracle Transportation Management Performance Management - Business Intelligence and Analytics JD Edwards Enterprise One PeopleSoft Enterprise Siebel.11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 3
  • 4. OUM Pathway.Vision for OUM is a single, integrated method to support the entire Oracleeconomy across the complete suite of Oracle projects.The “best of the best” of Oracle’s portfolio of methods is being coupled with OUM’sindustry standards, new techniques, and strong tool support.Current release of OUM.Present release is 5.0.0. The first version of OUM was initially released for use byOracle Consulting Services in January 2006.It is the seventh generation of the method released by Oracle’s Global Methodsteam. 11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 4
  • 5. QUICK differences between AIMS and OUM;There are many exciting changes incorporated in OUM as compare with AIMS: Oracle Unified Methodology. AIMS Business RequirementsProject Management Requirements AnalysisBusiness Process architecture AnalysisBusiness Requirement Definition DesignBusiness requirement definition ImplementationApplication & technical architecture TestingModule Design & Build Performance ManagementData Conversion Technical ArchitectureDocumentation Data Acquisition and ConversionBusiness System Testing DocumentationPerformance Testing Organizational Change ManagementAdoption & Learning TrainingProduction migration Transition Operations and Support11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 5
  • 6. Oracle UnifiedMethodology 11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 6
  • 7. OUM PHASE CURVES11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 7
  • 8. Comparison of OUM with current Application methods etcAMIS.In comparing OUM to current application methods, it is helpful to consider boththe similarities and differences between OUM and methods,Similarities. Emphasis will be on Business Process implementation. Fit-Gap – Future business processes will be mapped to standard applicationfunctionality to identify gaps. Key business architecture structures will be defined (Chart of Accounts, Multi-Org, and Trading Community Arch.). Application Setups will be defined (i.e. Configuration options) Best practices from current methods will be included Will support both implementation approaches: Requirements-driven (like AIM Foundation, Compass Standard) Solution-driven (like AIM for Business Flows, Compass Accelerated) 11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 8
  • 9. Differences. • OUM is based on the Unified Process • Standards-based • Iterative and incremental • Architecture-centric - increased emphasis on architecture • Business process and use case-driven • OUM is more comprehensive in scope • From enterprise level IT strategy to implementation • Though only those aspects necessary to accomplish the project’s businessobjectives need be considered • OUM supports tighter integration with other disciplines • Business Intelligence • Fusion Middleware • Custom Software • Other product and technology areas11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 9
  • 10. Benefits of using OUM as a Method.The primary benefits of using OUM are: • More Focused Effort - OUM enables projects to clearly define businessscope and needs to create enterprise business process models. • Built-in Flexibility - By combining activities and tasks in different ways, OUMcan be applied to many types of information technology software developmentand implementation projects. • Saves Time - Seasoned information technology practitioners representingyears of experience have contributed their knowledge to OUM. • Higher Quality - OUM subscribes to an iterative approach that incorporatestesting and validation throughout the lifecycle. • More Cost Effective - OUM facilitates improved control of project expensesby using a flexible work breakdown structure that allows you to perform onlynecessary tasks. • Reduced Project Risk - Implementing an iterative, broadly applicablemethod mitigates requirements mismatch. A key focus of each iteration in OUMis to identify and reduce the most significant project risks.11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 10
  • 11. White Papers for OUM.This white paper covers the main components and key features of OUM. Application Integration Architecture (AIA): Pre-Built Service-OrientedArchitecture (SOA). Business Rules in Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) toBusiness Components (BC). Method for modeling and implementing businessrules in ADF Business Components (ADF BC). Activity Modeling - How activity diagrams can be used and how to createthem using JDeveloper 10.1.2. UML Class Modeling - Modeling elements that can be used in a UML classmodel. Unit-testing - Unit-testing can give you insight in the real progress of yourproject and prevent bottlenecks in your developers staff. Use Case Modeling - Use case modeling and how to use effectively on yourproject. Integrating Tutor and UPK Content: A Complete User DocumentationSolution, Various user documentation types, user documentation created withTutor, user documentation created with UPK. 11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 11
  • 12. OUM importance to Oracle’s Clients:OUM can help you develop and implement technology-based business solutionswith precise development and rapid deployment.You can tailor OUM to support your specific project situation. With its ready-madetemplates, guidelines, and tailored work breakdown structure, OUM provides theprogrammatic tools you need to manage the risks associated with yourinformation technology-based projects.OUM presents an organized, yet flexible, approach. Its defined, operationalframework helps anticipate critical project needs and dependencies throughoutyour software development and implementation project.With OUM, you can move efficiently through the development and implementationlifecycle to quickly achieve measurable business results. 11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 12
  • 13. OUM Estimating Model provides support for BusinessIntelligence and Analytics (BIA) projects.The OUM 4.5.0 Estimating Model, providing support for BIA, CustomSoftware, Identify Management, and Integration, is currently undergoingvalidation and testing.OUM Estimating Model provides support for ApplicationImplementation projects.The Siebel CRM product line is expected to be the first product suite supported.The OUM 5.0.0 Estimating Model, providing support for Siebel CRM ApplicationImplementations.Project Management tools are supported by the OUMEstimating Model.OUM includes Project Work plan templates in MS Project format.11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 13
  • 14. Estimating Tools.OUM estimating metrics include Estimating Workbook are proprietary informationof Oracle and are based on assumptions regarding resource skill levels andother factors that pertain to Oracle managed and staffed projects only.Clients and partners who use OUM are provided with the standard MS ProjectWork plan templates included in the OUM Method Pack.Multi Language Support.OUM was developed in English and is currently available only in English.Organizations within Oracle that wish to use OUM, but require some or all of thematerials to be in another language, are free to engage their own translationservices for this purpose.If you have plans to develop a translated or tailored version of OUM to supportyour business area.11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 14
  • 15. COMPONENTS / PLATFORM REQUIREMENTS.The OUM offering provides you with a comprehensive toolkit:•• Overview Material - Provides an overview of OUMs approach tosoftware-related projects, including the industry standards upon which OUM isbased.•• Guidelines - Phases, processes, tasks, roles, and template guidelines thatcover every aspect of a technology-based solution.•• Templates - Templates enable fast and easy creation of high quality workproducts.•• Tailored Work Breakdown Structure - These standards enable aneasy start in managing your project.11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 15
  • 16. Hardware and Software. The hardware and software requirements for OUM include: • Minimum of 1 GHz processor speed • 55 MB of disk space • 520 MB RAM minimum • Windows 2000, XP, NT 4.0 • Microsoft Office 2000 or later • Microsoft Project 98 or later (Optional) • Microsoft Visio 5.0.0 or later (Optional) • Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0 or later • Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6.0 or later or Netscape 7.0 or later11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 16
  • 17. Application Supports to OUM.The approach to integrate applications support follows: • Complete backbone Work Breakdown Structure is stable. • Product-suite agnostic coverage for all of the Oracle-branded ApplicationSuites (e.g., E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft Enterprise, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Siebel, etc.) • Add Application Upgrade and Migration View • Support additional application suites (E, E1, Siebel, Retail, etc.) • Further develop and refine the material and estimating model • Layer in support for Fusion Applications • Estimating Models planned for 1-3 months after method releases.The release of an OUM version supporting a given product family will mark thebeginning of the transition period. Ample time will be allotted for the transitioncycle before any of the current methods are de supported. 11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 17
  • 18. Difference between OUMs approach and AIM for Business Flows (ABF) conference room pilot (CRP1, CRP2, CRP3) approach;1. AIM for Business Flows (ABF) utilized iterative conference room pilots (CRPs) to initially map the clients business to the standard Oracle Business Flows and to refine/tailor the business solution to the specific requirements of the project.2. However, most of the other elements of the ABF approach were more waterfall than interative. OUM is a true iterative approach. Virtually any and all activities and tasks are performed in an iterative fashion based on an iteration plan developed by the project manager.3. While any OUM task or activity can be iterated as necessary to meet project objectives, keep in mind is that you should do only what is necessary to meet the project objectives - nothing more. Make the method serve you - not the other way around. 11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 18
  • 19. Difference between OUMs approach and AIM for BusinessFlows (ABF) conference room pilot (CRP1, CRP2, CRP3)approach;4. One significant similarity between OUMs Application Implementation View andABF is that both methods use the Conference Room Pilot (CRP) technique torefine and iteratively converge on a business solution best suited to the clientsrequirements. In OUM’s Application Implementation View, Conference RoomPilots are referred to as Functional Prototypes.5. It is in name only that JCDM was limited to J2EE. JCDM’s framers designedthe method to be technology agnostic. JCDM, and therefore OUM, provides abroadly applicable, yet cohesive collection of activities, tasks, artifacts, roles andresponsibilities, and guidelines for technology-based business solutions. In thetransition from JCDM, OUM immediately became the single method for technicalarchitecture, technology implementation, and custom software development atOracle.11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 19
  • 20. Oracle’s Data Warehouse Method Fast Track (DWM FT).OUM’s Business Intelligence and Analytics Custom Development View providesupport for projects that involve custom development in support of BusinessIntelligence and Analytics implementations.Oracle’s Project Management Method (PJM) and ProgramManagement Method (PGM) and PeopleSoft’s CompassMethodology.OUM’s Manage Focus Area provides a framework in which all types of projectscan be planned, estimated, controlled, and completed in a consistent manner.Oracles Project Management Method (PJM) and Oracle’s Program ManagementMethod (PGM) are part of the Manage Focus Area. 11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 20
  • 21. Additional methods and tools integration; OUM supports the complete range of Oracle technology projects including: • Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) • Enterprise Integration • Custom Software • Identity Management (IdM) • Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) • Database Security (DBS) • Performance Management • Business Intelligence and Analytics11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 21
  • 22. OUM provides guidance: • Project and Program Management • Enterprise IT Strategy, Architecture, and Governance • Business Requirements Collection and Analysis • Design • Implementation • Technical Architecture • Testing • Performance Management • Data Acquisition and Conversion • Documentation • Adoption and Learning • Transition • Operations and Support11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 22
  • 23. Supplemental guidance; OUM provides supplemental guidance to support: •• Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) •• Enterprise Integration •• including Application Integration Architecture (AIA) •• Custom Software •• Identity Management (IdM) •• Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) •• Database Security (DBS) •• Application Implementation •• Business Intelligence and Analytics Custom Development •• Oracle Tutor and Oracle User Productivity Kit (UPK)11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 23
  • 24. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).Changing markets, competitive pressures, and evolving Client needs are placingincreasing pressure on IT to deliver greater flexibility and speed. Service-OrientedArchitecture (SOA) has been increasingly adopted by businesses as a means ofdelivering on these requirements by overcoming the complexity of their applicationand IT environments.SOA facilitates the development of enterprise applications as modular businessservices that can be easily integrated.OUM provides a Supplemental Guide for SOA. Guidance is provided at the tasklevel for activities that need to occur during a custom development or technology-based engagement when SOA and Integration tools are being delivered.This SOA Supplemental Guide is intended for Oracle Consulting Servicespractitioners who will be designing and implementing custom SOA solutions basedon the OUM approach. 11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 24
  • 25. Trainings.Self-service, self-paced OUM training courses for Oracle Consulting Servicesare available on Oracle University.The training courses consist of several modules and an assessment test. Thetraining can be taken on-line or downloaded and taken off-line at your leisure.The assessment testing is done through an online tool provided by OracleUniversity.The OUM training courses will be incrementally developed and released duringCY2008.11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 25
  • 26. Trainings.Available courses:• Level 1 - Overview and Awareness• Level 2 - Manage OverviewPlanned courses:• Level 2 - Implement Overview.• Level 3 - Gathering Requirements using OUM.• Level 4D - Technology Delivery Readiness.• Level 4E - Technology Estimating Readiness.• Level 4D - Business Intelligence Delivery Readiness.• Level 4E - Business Intelligence Estimating Readiness.• Level 4D - Application Implementation Delivery Readiness.• Level 4E - Application Implementation Estimating Readiness.• Level 4D - Application Migration Delivery Readiness.• Level 4E - Application Migration Estimating Readiness.11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 26
  • 27. QUESTION. QUESTIONS11/26/2011 By Faisa Kapadia 27

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