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What’s new for IBM Engineering 7.0.3 administrators?

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As part of the recent IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) 7.0.3 release, I want to highlight some important changes that likely will matter to you if you are an administrator of ELM systems. Optimizations There are two key optimization improvements that are available with ELM 7.0.3. LQE rs – following on from the DOORS Next […]

Coming soon: IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management V7.0.3

Our next ELM release will soon be generally available, and we are happy to be releasing enhancements to every application in the ELM solution.

ELM Maintenance via the iFix Process

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Since the release of CLM 5.0, CLM (now ELM) has used an approach to deliver maintenance to customers via a regular, light weight, and cumulative iFix. The ELM iFix addresses a couple major pain points with maintenance for ELM customers: high cost of adoption of full maintenance releases, manual and error prone installation of test fixes, […]

Say Hello to SAFe 6.0!

Recently, Scaled Agile released SAFe® 6.0 which offers the newest and most effective Lean-Agile practices, enabling forward-thinking enterprises to navigate today’s rapidly changing challenges and opportunities. SAFe 6.0 is a comprehensive update from version 5.1 and includes many new and advanced practices alongside a new Big Picture and terminology updates. I am very pleased to […]

Announcing IBM Engineering Hub: extend your digital thread to more tools and teams

We are pleased to announce the release of IBM Engineering Hub 7.0.2, formerly known as IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Lifecycle Integration Adapters Tasktop Edition. IBM Engineering Hub provides connectors for more than 60 popular tools for systems and software development, continuous integration, continuous deployment and operations service management applications. Below are some of the […]

Join IBM Engineering at REConf 2023 in Munich and the Rescheduled Product Symposium in Costa Mesa

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Join IBM Engineering at REConf 2023 in Munich and the Rescheduled Product Symposium in Costa Mesa REConf 2023Where: Munich, Germany – register onlineWhen: April 24-28, 2023 IBM is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of REConf 2023. REConf (Requirements Engineering Conference) is Europe’s leading conference for requirements engineering. This is where new methods, trends and […]

New features in ELM 7.0.2 iFix018

We’ve been enjoying some improvements when using our jazz.net self-host, which is always running the latest milestone of the release under development. In the spirit of the season, we are offering them to you and your user community as part of 7.0.2 so you don’t have to wait for the next full release. These end-user […]

Join the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management team at two upcoming events! See Updated Dates!

IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management Product SymposiumWhere: Costa Mesa CA, in person only – register onlineWhen: January 31 – February 1, 2023 – updated! Come to IBM’s Costa Mesa office for two days dedicated to model-based systems engineering and product development. This symposium on January 31 features IBM technical and solutions engineers providing expertise on requirements […]

The conversation around MBSE has changed

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At the recent INCOSE Symposium in Detroit we had an opportunity to discuss the continually increasing interest around model-based systems engineering (MBSE) with many of the attendees across a variety of industries. The interest in MBSE is not that surprising with this group, but not only did we discuss the technical and engineering value proposition […]

Important announcement regarding remediation for log4j version 1 vulnerabilities in ELM

At the request of customers and the IBM Corporate Information Security Officer (CISO), we have coordinated an update across all IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) products to replace Apache Log4j version 1 with Log4j version 2.17. We will no longer ship Log4j version 1 libraries.  See IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management adopts log4j v2 in all […]

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