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You spoke, we listened – We’re changing the way ideas are submitted to IBM

For many years, the IBM Request For Enhancement (RFE) Program has provided an opportunity for customers, business partners and IBMers to suggest changes to our products and services. However, we know from what you have told us that it hasn’t always been easy to understand the status of your ideas. This is now about to change. The IBM Engineering Portfolio is embarking on an IBM-wide program to provide you with a better way to tell us what you need.

Join us for the IBM Virtual Engineering Fall Conference

Please join us for this free event to learn about IBM Engineering solutions for software and systems development. Gain knowledge on IBM Engineering applications for Agile development as well as Engineering Lifecycle Management, Test, Requirements Management, Quality, and more. Engineers, software teams, quality and project managers can learn about ways to use our solutions, hear user case stories, as well as information into our future plans.

IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS is the leading requirements management solution in the market today

At IBM, we know modern requirements management. IBM DOORS pioneered modern requirements management software starting in the 1990’s, and through continued focus and product advancement IBM is recognized as an industry leader in requirements management solutions today. As systems engineering and development has matured over the last thirty years so has IBM’s engineering solutions. Today […]

Do you want to improve your productivity managing your project requirements while enjoying a free lunch with an IBM Engineer?

Come learn about key productivity enhancements available in IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS from the experts and lunch is on us. Register for the Grab a beer with an IBM engineer seminar where IBM subject matter experts will discuss and demo key DOORS enhancements. IBM is continually enhancing DOORS with new functionality and its important to […]

5 best practices for TRS Feeds Implementation for Reporting

Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) Tracked Resource Set (TRS) protocol allows a server to expose a set of resources in a way that allows clients to discover the exact set of resources in the set, to track all additions to or removals from the set, and to track state changes to all resources in the set.

How can you keep up with technological advancements by adopting standards across your company?

The world continues to see remarkable innovation in technology, such as Advanced Driver Assisted Systems (ADAS), next generation flight systems and smarter medical devices. With these advancements, development teams are being challenged on how they innovate, keep up with their competition, and improve their engineering processes.

Hands-On Lab Online: Tracing Requirements to SysML / UML Models

When:  Wednesday, March 24, 10:00am – 11:00am (PDT) In this hands-on virtual training, you will: Explore a SysML model in Rhapsody Model Manager (RMM) Create a “Refined By Architecture Element” link from a DOORS Next artifact to a RMM model element. Create a “Satisfies” link from a RMM model element to a DOORS Next artifact […]

IBM Engineering Financial Services Spotlight Series: Balancing Reward and Risk

Attend a webinar presented by 321Gang on March 30th and learn how dynamic market forces and regulatory constraints are pressing financial institutions to deliver digital solutions more rapidly than ever before.

Handling ETM grid sections in IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Publishing (PUB)

IBM Engineering Test Management (ETM) offers Grid sections, which are basically tables with a header (columnNames) and one or more rows (values). You can add and remove Grid sections for individual test plans or test cases. In this example, we have a Grid Section to define a set of licenses needed for the given test […]

What’s new in IBM Engineering Requirements Management – DOORS Next 7.0.2

DOORS Next 7.0.2 brings together two themes, Usability & Consistency over ELM and reporting over requirements versions. Usability & Consistency over Engineering Lifecycle Management: Making use of traceability for change impact analysis and reporting Simplified linking: drag-drop or copy-paste links within and between requirements, tests, and work items Consistent selection of Users with an updated […]

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