Oracle Unified Method (OUM) free for Certified and Advantage Partners!

Last month I got several e-mails from customers and partners asking about the availability of Oracle Unified Method (OUM).  For the ones that are not familiar with OUM here is the short intro.

The Oracle®
Unified Method (OUM) can help you develop and implement technology-based business
solutions with precise development and rapid deployment. You can tailor OUM
to support your specific project situation. With its ready-made templates, guidelines,
and scalable work breakdown structure, OUM provides the programmatic tools you
need to manage the risks associated with your information technology-based projects.
OUM supports the complete range of technology projects including deep support
for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Enterprise Integration, Custom Software,
Identity Management (IdM), and Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC).

The good news is that Oracle Unified Methods is freely available for Certified Advantage Partners and Certified Partners. For more information on how to download the method please follow this link to the Oracle Partner Network (OPN). You need an account to get access.
We are in the works of making OUM available to all customers and partners. More information will follow on this blog.

To familiarize yourself with OUM we provide a one day workshop on request. If you are interested in such a workshop please send an e-mail to idevcoe_nl@oracle.com.

Ton van Kooten

Comments:

difference btw AIM and OUM??

Posted by oyekan fadipe on January 11, 2009 at 06:55 PM PST #

Hi Ton We, Inatech Solutions, are a Certified Advantage Partner and I am following up a client request for access to UOM templates etc. - As your post is a year old now can you let me know what the latest position is on clients accessing (payable if needed) Oracle method collateral? Appreciate it if you can provide a quick reply! Cheers Sean

Posted by Sean Snow on January 11, 2009 at 07:15 PM PST #

Is OUM related to Oracle apps implementation in any way??

Posted by Aditya on January 12, 2009 at 09:55 PM PST #

What is the difference between the AIM and OUM. Could anybody can explain?

Posted by srikanth on March 23, 2009 at 09:33 PM PDT #

The difference between OUM and AIM, according to my colleague Jan Kettenis, is that OUM supersedes AIM. AIM is a legacy method which is being replaced by OUM in a couple of iterations. Currently OUM is better in addressing situations where - next to application implementation - there also is a custom development effort that goes beyond creating extension on standard applications, like integration leveraging a SOA, IdM, etc.

Posted by Sandra Muller on March 30, 2009 at 10:03 PM PDT #

Anyone been able to download this as it seems to not recognise the OPN and denies access.

Posted by Ashley Beauman on July 28, 2010 at 09:47 AM PDT #

Which version is available ?
I remembered version 4.4. any improvements since ?

Posted by guest on October 12, 2011 at 01:05 AM PDT #

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