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2012 August

A new project at IBM SmartCloud Continuous Delivery

We are very pleased to announce the new IBM SmartCloud Continuous Delivery (SCCD) project on With the SCCD initiative, we plan to develop capabilities that help organizations reduce cycle times and deliver changes that are operationally-ready. What does this mean? In a nutshell we are providing functionality that enables development teams to deliver features […]

IBM Innovate Australia: A developer’s perspective

I’ve been working as a developer on since the very beginning, but I’ve never blogged on the Jazz Team Blog!!  Can you believe it? Well today that changes. I just got back from an amazing trip to IBM Innovate Australia events in Melbourne and Sydney, and I want to share what I learned, LOUDLY, […]

Jazz Source Control has a new facade: The Rational Team Concert MS-SCCI Client

Yes, you read it right. With Rational Team Concert 4.0 (part of the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management 2012 release), the source control functionality of Jazz has a new avatar – a new client offering that supports the Microsoft® Source Code Control Interface (referred to as MS-SCCI, henceforth). So, what is MS-SCCI? For the […]

A nice new shiny award … won’t mom be proud?

I was terrible at sports as a kid, but everyone on the team got a trophy. Come to think of it, I may still have a few of those in the attic. When I was in high school, trophies were a little harder to come by, but I did manage to win my fair share in my […]

Announcing DOORS Next Generation Beta 4


I am very pleased to announce the availability of DOORS Next Generation Beta 4. This is the fourth (and likely final) beta download before the product is made generally available at the end of the year. DOORS Next Generation beta 4 contains over 50 new features as well as significant improvements in stability and performance. These improvements […]

How Linked Lifecycle Data can transform your Systems Engineering Environment (Part 3)

This is the final part of a 3-part series of blog posts about Linked Lifecycle Data (continued from Part 1 and Part 2). Getting more from your data Understanding data and relationships between pieces of data is critical in successfully working on – and managing – systems and software projects. During the course of systems […]