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News you can use: CE/CLM support and planning notes

To help with your IBM Continuous Engineering (CE) and Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) planning, here are some release updates. Feel free to ask questions in the comments section below this post, or follow up with your IBM Support team to discuss any questions or implications. Extended Maintenance Release Version 6.0.6 is an Extended Maintenance Release (EMR), which […]

What’s new in Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager 6.0.6

I am happy to announce the release of IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager (RELM) 6.0.6 with some exciting new functionality, as well as continued focus on improving usability. Here’s what you’ll find in the latest RELM version: 1) IBM Continuous Engineering Connector for IoT  is part of RELM The Internet of Things continues gaining momentum, and engineering teams […]

What’s new in Rational Publishing Engine 6.0.6

Version 6.0.6 of the IBM Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) is now available! This release focused on improving usability to develop RPE templates, enterprise security and parity support with the RPE Document Builder. The following list provides a summary of the RPE 6.0.6 features: 1) Improved Usability with Document Preview view Rational Publishing Engine continues to improve the template creation […]

What’s new in Jazz Reporting Service 6.0.6

We’ve put a lot of effort into Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) 6.0.6 enhancements. This release focused on improving usability, scheduling report export, and delivering a re-architected Lifecycle Query Engine (LQE) technology preview. Here are some highlights of JRS 6.0.6: Grouping reports into folders We heard from users that organizing reports via tags is not ideal. Therefore, in this […]

What’s new in Rhapsody Model Manager 6.0.6 and Rhapsody 8.3.1

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 are driving the need for rigorous change management and lifecycle traceability while at the same time, engineering teams must maintain or improve their quality and engineering […]

What’s new in Rational Quality Manager 6.0.6

IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) v6.0.6 brings a large set of user experience enhancements in various areas such as test execution, manual test scripts, configuration management or Excel importer. To learn more about those enhancements, I invite you to read the New & Noteworthy details. The team has also started to work on a new […]

What’s new in Rational Team Concert 6.0.6?

We’ve been busy making IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) even better for teams who are doing complex, regulated development.  We’ve focused on the following main areas in this release: Usability: Making the simple things easier to do My favorite feature in this release is a one-click Create Child Work Item option in the work item editor.  […]

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 […]

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 […]

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