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Join the CLM team for a Reddit AMA on July 16th!

NOTE: This AMA has been rescheduled from July 15th to July 16th due to a conflict on the iAmA subreddit. The Collaborative Lifecycle Management team will be doing an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on the iAmA subreddit on July 16th from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM Eastern time. For those not familiar with the concept […]

What’s New in IBM Rational Team Concert 6.0?

In IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) 6.0 we have simplified the user experience while adding advanced capabilities. Let’s start with making things easier and more flexible for developers. Easy agile your way: IBM Rational Team Concert Quick Planner 6.0 I recently gave a brief keynote talk at the SCRUM Alliance in Phoenix about “Agile your […]

What’s new in Rational Quality Manager 6.0?

IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) 6.0 brings both incremental improvements over v5 and a completely new dimension to managing test artifacts. On the incremental improvements front, the team has done a great job to continue to work closely with our customers to further improve the user experience on specific areas such as dashboard widgets or […]

Transforming your product development for the IoT

Development Practices for the IoT Era The Internet of Things (IoT) is not just about connecting things to the Internet and controlling them remotely. It is a major opportunity for developers of things (makers) and operators of things to unlock new value propositions from the lifecycle of things, and to improve innovation and the quality […]

Unlocking engineering insight for an IoT world

Gary Cernosek Sr. Product Manager IBM IoT Continuous Engineering I’m writing this series of posts over the next few weeks to spur dialog on the topic of how organizations practicing in an IoT world need better ways to extract and derive value from the many sources that comprise their environment of engineering information. I plan […]

What’s new in Reporting for Collaborative Lifecycle Management 6.0

It’s been an exciting time here for us in the Reporting team and we’re especially proud of the tremendous progress that’s been made to provide you with an easy-to-use, cross-project, cross-tool reporting solution.  We’ve built on the foundation of the Jazz Reporting Service and Data Collection component in 5.0 that many of you have helped […]

New single sign-on options in CLM 6.0

Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) has directly supported two types of single sign-on (SSO) authentication for some time. First, all applications installed in the same application server (whether IBM WebSphere Application Server or Tomcat) automatically share login sessions, such that if you log in to one application, you are also logged into all the other applications […]

Designing the Configuration Management user experience in CLM 6.0

We are nearing the release of Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0 that will include Configuration Management (CfgM) across lifecycle projects, which we developed using IBM Design principles. One of these principles in our design thinking is the use of release hills to expresses user value, objectives and the scope of the release. Our first hill […]

Raising your game with configuration management in and across your tools

High-performing teams are never satisfied with their performance. They regularly ask, “How can we do better?”  They have a certain restlessness. A sense of mission, stewardship, and empathy for the people who will use the things they design and build. It’s our mission to provide tools and make possible development practices that help your high-performing […]

Success with System Verification Test (SVT) Automation

Back when the System Verification Test (SVT) team started thinking about Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0, they put some automation goals in place.  Having identified a key bottleneck of long periods of time being spent on setting up the configurations for scenario testing, the first goal was to build automated scripts to speed up the […]

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