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Bluemix Devops Services is hiring!

We’re hiring! IBM is serious about the Cloud. It’s where business is headed and you should be there too. Developing and deploying web and mobile applications in a continuous delivery environment is complex and challenging. IBM Bluemix cloud technology is based on open standards such as Cloud Foundry and Docker, with industrial strength software-defined infrastructure provided […]

JazzHub is now IBM DevOps Services!

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JazzHub has a new name!The JazzHub of today began its life as an experimental development collaboration hub for academia and researchers, based on IBM’s Jazz technology. We learned a lot from that experience and since then we have re-implemented JazzHub in the cloud and opened it up to everyone. We integrated the Eclipse Orion Web […]

Announcing the CLM 2012 release: Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, and Rational Requirements Composer 4.0

I am proud to announce that the Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 2012 release will be available for download June 12!  This release delivers RTC 4.0, RQM 4.0, and RRC 4.0 in one integrated solution. It is the culmination of many months of effort by our developers, and great collaboration with our community at You’ll […]

Bug fixing for charity

This past weekend the Rational Team Concert and Jazz Foundation teams got together for some serious bug knockdown on the 4.0 stream. To make things a little more interesting, the RTC and JF leadership team – myself, Adrian Cho, Kai-Uwe Maetzel, Philippe Mulet, and Scott Rich – offered to sponsor the “bug blitz” weekend with […]

The Jazz team is hiring!

Are you the best programmer on your team?  Would you like to be part of one of the most exciting initiatives in the software tools industry? The Jazz development team is looking for developers with excellent coding skills and a proven track record of delivery to work on Rational Team Concert and Jazz Foundation.  Rational […]

CLM Project Update – Staging the CLM Deliverables

On September 20, we posted Beta 2 (“CLM Beta 2 is available!”) of the CLM products. If you’ve been following closely, you may be wondering why you see Rational Team Concert’s latest milestone posted as Release Candidate RC1, and Rational Quality Manager posted as Milestone M10, so I’d like to give you an update on […]

The Rational Workbench for Collaborative Lifecycle Management

You may have noticed the appearance of a new project at called Rational Workbench for Collaborative Lifecycle Management. This project is an evolution of our Collaborative ALM effort focused on bringing together software development activities across requirements, development, build, and test. Why is this important? The activities involving requirements, development, build and test are […]