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Daniel Moul

Raising your game with configuration management in and across your tools

High-performing teams are never satisfied with their performance. They regularly ask, “How can we do better?”  They have a certain restlessness. A sense of mission, stewardship, and empathy for the people who will use the things they design and build. It’s our mission to provide tools and make possible development practices that help your high-performing […]

Collaborative Lifecycle Management Beta M9: See it at InterConnect 2015 and get it here on jazz.net

We are looking forward to demonstrating our latest Beta Milestone M9 and hearing feedback from clients like you at InterConnect 2015, which starts this weekend in Las Vegas.  With Milestone 9 now available for download, it’s possible to create development streams and baselines that span two or more project areas managed by multiple applications (for […]

Manage configurations in and across the CLM tools in the 5.x M6 beta

These days software developers don’t think twice about putting their source code under configuration management.  The advantages of using configuration management speak for themselves: Creating a shared development context: Each person can load their workspace with the same files and file versions. Managing change: You can make isolated changes, and when you are ready, deliver […]

Systems and software engineering solution now available for download

We see patterns in the ways the tools we develop here on jazz.net are used around the world: in various industries, addressing common challenges, implementing similar development processes, and combined with other tools from multiple vendors in an end-to-end engineering tool chain. To help practitioners adopt best practices and become productive quickly, we have created […]

After four betas: requesting your feedback on DOORS Next Generation

Over the last ten months the DOORS Next Generation team released four betas with increasing capability and performance.  It’s been fun to see the capabilities emerge milestone to milestone (lots of work, but fun and gratifying too).  We’ve enjoyed the interaction we’ve had with those of you in our beta and design partner programs as […]

Innovation requires words: creating a product glossary

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In projects where innovation is taking place, new concepts and possibilities are in the air. Concepts evolve as the team dreams, discusses, designs and delivers working code as the project progresses. New product behaviors and characteristics emerge and change as the team gets feedback and learns more about what is really needed. During this time […]

New project at Jazz.net: DOORS Next Generation

We are pleased to announce the IBM® Rational® DOORS® Next Generation* project on Jazz.net. Through this initiative we plan to shape and deliver capabilities that support collaborative requirements processes as part of the Rational solutions for systems and software engineering. What is DOORS? For more than a decade IBM Rational DOORS has been a leading […]

Rational Requirements Composer Beta 2a: A big step forward

The latest beta of Rational Requirements Composer (RRC) demonstrates significant progress in our plans to deliver requirements definition and management capabilities in a single application on the Jazz Team Server*. Our intent is to help teams to employ relatively light-weight requirements processes as part of their agile, iterative, or waterfall project methodologies –- whether they […]

Engage your customers. Introducing Rational Requirements Composer 2.0

Now that Rational Requirements Composer 2.0 is available for download here on jazz.net, I would like to explain our motivation for 2.0, put Requirements Composer in the context of the Jazz vision (specifically with Team Concert and Quality Manager), and provide some pointers so you can learn more. With Rational Requirements Composer, we aim to […]

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