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  • Jazz.net

    DOORS Next Generation v6.0.1 preview

    DOORS Next Generation (DNG) v6.0, which was made generally available at the end of June, was one the largest and most feature-filled releases we have ever delivered. With that shipment, we introduced for the first time configuration management of requirements...
  • Jazz.net

    What DevOps for middleware scenarios do you use?

    This blog post has been a collaborative effort with Marianne Hollier, Cindy VanEpps, Roger LeBlanc and Anita Rass Wan. We are interested in getting feedback on how these scenarios could help to drive customer conversations when introducing the middleware...
  • Disciplined Agile Blog

    Where Industrial IoT is Built

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    [This is part of our What is Industrial IoT and Why I Should Care series. Make sure to follow the series and check out our other posts.] In the flagship blog post for this series I discussed the five architectural domains that make up the IoT solution...
  • Disciplined Agile Blog

    Connecting Industrial IoT Business Systems to Utilize Data

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    [This is part of our What is Industrial IoT and Why I Should Care series. Make sure to follow the series and check out our other posts.] One day, my vehicle will be able to recognize that I am driving while tired, tell me where the nearest Starbucks...
  • Jazz.net

    Using Docker with RQM

    In our pipeline, we use Rational Quality Manager (RQM) to run a lot of tests using dynamically created RQM adapters. While building the products, we also compile and package the tests to be run. After the tests and products to test are built, we create...
  • Disciplined Agile Blog

    Why Device Messaging is Crucial to Industrial IoT

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    [This is part of our What is Industrial IoT and Why I Should Care series. Make sure to follow the series and check out our other posts.] Your doorbell rings and at the door is a package delivery person with a box. You open the box and inside is a hose...
  • Disciplined Agile Blog

    3 Challenges Companies Face When Implementing a New IoT Program

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    Due to the explosive growth of connected devices and the Internet of Things, (IoT), many companies think they should be doing “something” in IoT, but the answer as to exactly “what” that something should be is not always clear...
  • VRUC: Mobile - Blog

    Static Analyzer BETA!

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    Static Analyzer brings the power of static application security testing to the cloud, scouring your code for unsafe data handling and API calls. Find security vulnerabilities early in development, so you can fix them before deployment. Learn More >>
  • Mobile Blog

    IBM Brings Static Application Security Testing to the Cloud

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    Securing applications – whether on the Web, on mobile, or on desktop – is more important than ever. But many developers aren’t experts in security, and most existing security testing tools aren’t made for non-experts to use. IBM...
  • Jazz.net

    CLM 5.0.2 Maintenance Update: Now with QuickPlanner

    Good development teams take the concept of minimum viable product (MVP) very seriously. It assures the highest customer value with the least amount of risk. MVP was a driving principle as we developed RTC QuickPlanner. As more  customers adopted QuickPlanner...
  • Jazz.net

    Join the CLM team for a Reddit AMA on July 15th!

    The Collaborative Lifecycle Management team will be doing an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on the iAmA subreddit on July 15th from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM Eastern time. For those not familiar with the concept of an AMA, it’s an opportunity to ask a person or...
  • Jazz.net

    What’s New in RTC 6.0 for z Systems and IBM i users

    IBM Rational Team Concert 6.0 continues to develop and improve the capabilities provided for users of z Systems and IBM i. ISPF client usability The ISPF client is still focused on developers and their day-to-day code changing activities. First of all...
  • Jazz.net

    What’s New in IBM Rational Team Concert 6.0?

    In IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) 6.0 we have simplified the user experience while adding advanced capabilities. Let’s start with making things easier and more flexible for developers. Easy agile your way: IBM Rational Team Concert Quick Planner...
  • Jazz.net

    What’s new in DOORS Next Generation 6.0?

    This release could well be introducing the most fundamental function into a requirements management (RM) tool since RM systems began.  While we continue our drive with usability and productivity, we are also providing support for requirements configuration...
  • Jazz.net

    What’s new in Rational Quality Manager 6.0?

    IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) 6.0 brings both incremental improvements over v5 and a completely new dimension to managing test artifacts. On the incremental improvements front, the team has done a great job to continue to work closely with our customers...
  • Jazz.net

    Collaborative Lifecycle Mangagement 6.0 in a nutshell

    Since our announcement on June 9th, we’ve spent the last couple of weeks here on Jazz.net sharing with all of you more information about the new features and their value. We’re planning on spending some more time in the next couple of weeks continuing...
  • Jazz.net

    Transforming your product development for the IoT

    Development Practices for the IoT Era The Internet of Things (IoT) is not just about connecting things to the Internet and controlling them remotely. It is a major opportunity for developers of things (makers) and operators of things to unlock new value...
  • Jazz.net

    Unlocking engineering insight for an IoT world

    Gary Cernosek Sr. Product Manager IBM IoT Continuous Engineering I’m writing this series of posts over the next few weeks to spur dialog on the topic of how organizations practicing in an IoT world need better ways to extract and derive value from the...
  • Jazz.net

    Introducing SAFe® with the Power of IBM DevOps

    Do you need to orchestrate software development and delivery in your complex, heterogeneous environment but you’re not sure where to start? Have you heard about SAFe but you don’t know what it is or why you should care? New in Rational Team Concert V6...
  • Jazz.net

    What’s new in Reporting for Collaborative Lifecycle Management 6.0

    It’s been an exciting time here for us in the Reporting team and we’re especially proud of the tremendous progress that’s been made to provide you with an easy-to-use, cross-project, cross-tool reporting solution.  We’ve built on the foundation of the...
  • Jazz.net

    New single sign-on options in CLM 6.0

    Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) has directly supported two types of single sign-on (SSO) authentication for some time. First, all applications installed in the same application server (whether IBM WebSphere Application Server or Tomcat) automatically...
  • Community News Blog

    Q&A from the June 18 GRUC Webcast: CLM 6.0 SAFe™ Solution Overview

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    Thank you to those who submitted questions during the June 18 GRUC Webcast: CLM 6.0 SAFe™ Solution Overview . Below are some of the top Q&A results: Q. Is there compatibility between the Scrum template and SAFe? A: The SAFe process template...
  • Jazz.net

    Announcing Rational Publishing Engine 2.0 GA

    The Rational Publishing Engine 2.0 is now available as a GA download. This major release includes a simplified web interface that will help clients focus on generating documents with minimal steps and also apply effective template reuse within their organization...
  • Jazz.net

    Designing the Configuration Management user experience in CLM 6.0

    We are nearing the release of Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0 that will include Configuration Management (CfgM) across lifecycle projects, which we developed using IBM Design principles. One of these principles in our design thinking is the...
  • Jazz.net

    Configuration Management – it’s not just for building airplanes or cars

    Configuration Management – it’s not just for building airplanes: wouldn't you want the abilities of software configuration management both within and across all your tools? "> Read More... ...read more