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New & improved SAFe® support is here!

The Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe) is the industry-leading methodology for organizations of all kinds looking to scale lean and agile principles across the business. SAFe 4.0, specifically, addresses the needs of large regulated IT and systems engineering organizations by adding more rigor to solution elaboration as part of an overall planning and execution process. Whether […]

Using Watson Analytics to discover ways to improve your development practices

What if you could find hidden patterns in the data your development teams create? What if you could discover ways to improve your team’s performance?  To answer questions like these, we are introducing technical preview using Watson Analytics with Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0.2. To see this new integration in action, go to https://jazz.net/rs and run […]

Configuring the SAFe® Methodology in CLM Tooling – Where do I start?

Support for the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe) methodology in IBM’s Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution was delivered in CLM 6.0.1 for SAFe 3.0 and beta support for SAFe 4.0 is now available for CLM 6.0.1 and later. But, what if you aren’t on the correct version of CLM to take advantage of the out-of-the-box support? […]

Update: Quick Deployer v1.2 is now available

We’re very pleased to announce that IBM Quick Deployer version 1.2 is now available, free to download and use from Jazz.net under a “Non-warranted Program” license. IBM Quick Deployer is installation and deployment automation for IBM’s Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) and Continuous Engineering (CE) Solutions 6.0.2, 6.0.1 and CLM 6.0 on Red Hat Linux 6.6+ […]

What’s new in DOORS Next Generation 6.0.2

IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (DNG) 6.0.2 continues with the overall theme of the 6.0 series while introducing some exciting new capabilities to help your organization bring control to your requirements. Areas of improvement in 6.0.2 include: Workflow for requirements End-user productivity Configuration management Bulk data import/export Administration, non-functional scalability and security Next phase in […]

What’s new in Rational Quality Manager 6.0.2

Enhancements to Rational Quality Manager 6.0.2 include the following.  For a complete list, see New & Noteworthy. Customization of manual test scripts Manual test scripts can now be customized in two ways. First, users can add new custom sections to the set of predefined sections available out of the box—Summary, Formal Reviews, Manual Steps, and Associated […]

Highlights of 6.0.2

IBM Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0.2 was just announced today and is available for you to use!  With the early feedback that we received from many of you through our Design Partner Program, Jazz.net, InnerCircle, and Innovate, we believe that this is a high-quality release with many powerful capabilities that you will want to familiarize […]

Keep your organization on track with CLM and SAFe® 4.0

Do you struggle with the planning and coordination of work across many interdependent teams to deliver value to your customers? Do you even track the notion of value? Are you able to align engineering investment with business strategy and make informed trade-offs when urgent business needs interrupt planned delivery? Maybe you don’t plan at all […]

Ready to get started on your SAFe® 4.0 transformation?

I am excited to announce the availability of support for SAFe 4.0 in IBM Collaborative Lifecycle Management 6.0.1 and later. You can find all of the SAFe 4.0 assets related to our support on the SAFe landing page on jazz.net by following the link under Documentation located at the bottom of the page. Today, we announce the availability […]

OSLC3 Update: What is it, how is it different, and why is it important?

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Open Services for Life-cycle Collaboration or OSLC defines a set of standard capabilities enabling loosely coupled, open and scalable point-to-point integration between heterogeneous software development tools. OSLC allows users to work seamlessly across their preferred tools and does not require complex interchange of data between tools that may result in information redundancy and maintenance issues. […]

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