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Work with IBM to influence the Engineering Lifecycle Management User Experience!

Do you want to explore early design ideas and influence the direction of the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) solution? We have just the opportunity for you! The ELM UX team is running feedback sessions over the coming weeks and months and we hope you will join us as we design exciting ways to positively […]

Whats new in Rhapsody Model Manager 6.0.6.1 and Rhapsody 8.4

Introduction The rising complexity of the products and systems being developed globally is driving engineering teams to seek effective model-based engineering practices, including model-based systems engineering (MBSE). Rising compliance demands such as ISO-26262/ASPICE in automotive and DO-178 C and ARP 4754 for aerospace are driving the need for rigorous change management and lifecycle traceability while […]

Noteworthy technical deployment insights recently captured on the deployment wiki

Savvy planning of your deployment is key to building an Engineering Lifecycle Management solution environment that meets your business and technical needs—both now and with the flexibility to scale for future growth.  The deployment wiki is a great place to find insight to aid you in your deployment planning.  It’s built upon the experience of […]

What’s New in IBM Engineering Reporting v6.0.6.1

We have been working for several months on our new IBM Engineering Reporting release and I will start with the announced availability of the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) 6.0.6.1 solution, previously known as the IBM Continuous Engineering solution. In this release, we focused on addressing quality along with some important enhancements in each of the […]

IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management 6.0.6.1 is now available!

We’re very excited to announce the availability of the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) 6.0.6.1 solution, previously known as the IBM Continuous Engineering solution. In this release, we deliver the latest quality fixes and scale improvements along with some important enhancements in each of the applications. In addition, we are changing the solution name, as […]

Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio

The IBM Continuous Engineering and Collaborative Lifecycle Management solutions have a rich heritage in helping teams around the world to develop products and applications faster, in a more dependable way, and at a higher quality. Over time we have come to see that the biggest challenges — and where we can offer the most help […]

Want to optimize your engineering lifecycle? Come to IoT Exchange to learn how

How are engineers using data and AI to optimize lifecycle management? Today’s engineering teams are facing greater pressures to reduce time to market while battling the crushing data complexity that comes with developing feature-rich, connected products. These demands are magnified by an ever-expanding skills gap that industry leaders are solving with AI. The Engineering Academy at the […]

Jazz.net “Downloads” menu

You might have noticed a new “Downloads” menu in the jazz.net navigation bar. We’ve added this to help you easily find the downloads you’re looking for without having to drill down through product pages. Do you have any suggestions for further improvements to jazz.net that you’d like to share? If so, we’d love to hear […]

Try our new Jazz.net Previews!

Are you looking for a great way to develop smart and connected products? Are you searching for the ideal solution for your application lifecycle management (ALM) needs? Find it using our new Previews tool… https://jazz.net/previews/! Previews provide a fun and easy way to learn about the various products in the IBM IoT continuous engineering and […]

The CLM on Cloud tool shop

Not long ago, I wanted to build a live-edge table for my dining room. I have some tools and a plan on how to build the table; I don’t own a planer, table saw, or have enough space to do the work in my modest, Toronto semi-detached house. I thought of buying the tools for […]

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