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What’s new in IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management 7.0.1

Building on the themes of ELM 7.0, our next release is just around the corner. Since 7.0.1 has come so soon after 7.0, we recommend that anyone planning to upgrade should go straight to 7.0.1. Highlights of 7.0.1 include the following: Global Configuration Management It’s easier to find and work with just the right set […]

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 – […]

Internet of Things Continuous Engineering solution trials are now available in the cloud

The jazz.net team is excited to announce that a Configuration Management enabled Internet of Things Continuous Engineering solution trial is now available for users to evaluate in the cloud. Take a look at the image below to see what products and features you can try out, or visit our IoT CE solution page to learn […]

pure::variants feature modeling with Global Configurations enables new levels of engineering reuse

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Reuse, if implemented strategically, has the potential to reduce development costs and improve product quality and time to market dramatically. But, how can teams do this at scale for complex products and systems? Features are a useful level of abstraction above the requirements, designs, tests, implementation artifacts, and (in some cases) calibration data that define […]