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What’s new in DOORS Next Generation 6.0.6

We’ve put a lot of effort into the enhancements to IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (DNG) 6.0.6, including the following.  For more in-depth detail, see the New &  Noteworthy. Requirements Repurposing As users decompose requirements from one level to the next, they typically copy a high-level requirement to draft a lower level need. We call this decomposition repurposing. This […]

Now available: Continuous Engineering and Collaborative Lifecycle Management 6.0.6

Version 6.0.6 of the IBM Continuous Engineering (CE) and Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) solutions is now available! This release continues to help teams engineer, deliver, and maintain the smart and connected products and systems that contribute to an industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and that drive innovation and productivity in our societies. Similar to previous […]

Monitoring Jazz Applications using JMX MBeans

One of our best practices for administering the IBM Continuous Engineering (CE) solution is to establish an enterprise monitoring strategy allowing administrators to proactively and reactively monitor the application environment. In v6.0 of the IBM CE Solution, we introduced the ability to version artifacts across the lifecycle domains.  With it came three new applications – […]

Update on Rhapsody Design Manager and Rhapsody Model Manager

As introduced in MBSE across the lifecycle: Introducing Rhapsody Model Manager, Rhapsody Model Manager (RMM) is becoming the standard IBM solution for model management for the enterprise on the web, with traceability and enterprise-class configuration management based on Rational Team Concert (RTC). We are busy working on the second release of Rhapsody Model Manager. The […]

Continuous Engineering Summit Europe: What does the future hold?

In my job, I spend a lot of time thinking about very complex things. Like the definition of IoT. Or the challenges of connected product engineering. Or how industries are becoming increasingly regulated.  Because in my IoT world, “continuous engineering” means working with increasingly connected things in very complex systems, and developing the software that […]

Call for papers: European Watson IoT Continuous Engineering Summit

We’re currently calling for papers for the next Watson IoT Continuous Engineering Summit. After very positive feedback from the past two summits in the US, we are excited to announce a summit in Europe this year: When: 14-16 May 2018 Where: Westin Grand Hotel, Munich Link & registration: http://conference.learnquest.com/CE-Summit-Europe/ Due date for abstracts: 7 March 2018 The event […]

What’s new? Enhanced support for lean enterprise transformations in CLM 6.0.5

Organizations across all industries are under great pressure to quickly adapt to new market conditions. They need to transform their approach to systems engineering and software development to deliver new features and offerings faster and respond to feedback — continuously. Most of them have been experimenting with lean and agile principles to reach that goal. […]

What’s new in Rational Publishing Engine 6.0.5 and Jazz Reporting Service 6.0.5

Rational Publishing Engine 6.0.5 This was an amazing year for IBM Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) and we want to finish it with a splash. First, we released RPE 2.1.2 in June, 2017 with a lot of exciting enhancements and now, we are releasing RPE 6.0.5. Yes, you read this correctly. It is RPE 6.0.5. RPE now aligns […]

What’s new in Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager 6.0.5

I am happy to announce the release of IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager (RELM) 6.0.5. We continue to focus on simplifying various RELM usability aspects. Here are the top 5 items you’ll find in this version of RELM: 1) See the number of artifacts in containers In complex views, it’s hard to work with containers that […]

What’s new in IBM Rational Quality Manager 6.0.5

IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) v6.0.5 release comes with a set of new features in multiple areas such as manual testing, test execution tracking and reporting, automated test execution adapters or data spill redaction. Let me highlight three of those new capabilities: email notifications, redlining manual tests, and manual step count. Email notification for Execution […]

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