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OSLC3 Update: What is it, how is it different, and why is it important?

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Open Services for Life-cycle Collaboration or OSLC defines a set of standard capabilities enabling loosely coupled, open and scalable point-to-point integration between heterogeneous software development tools. OSLC allows users to work seamlessly across their preferred tools and does not require complex interchange of data between tools that may result in information redundancy and maintenance issues. […]

Connecting Tools and Teams using the Newest RLIA Tasktop Edition 1.1.5

How are you connecting your project teams with all of their data? How are you breaking down the barriers and walls between teams and tools? Developers need to talk to testers, business analysts need to see what project managers are committing to in a release, and executives want to know that teams are working together […]

Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapters v.1.1 are here!

For those of you who were excited about our first Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC)-based adapters, we’ve just released v1.1 of the Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapters with some great new features.  You may remember that we released three OSLC-based adapters for HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Atlassian JIRA, and Git as part of the […]

Jazz Source Control has a new facade: The Rational Team Concert MS-SCCI Client

Yes, you read it right. With Rational Team Concert 4.0 (part of the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management 2012 release), the source control functionality of Jazz has a new avatar – a new client offering that supports the Microsoft® Source Code Control Interface (referred to as MS-SCCI, henceforth). So, what is MS-SCCI? For the […]

Announcing Tech Previews for HP ALM, Git, and JIRA Integration Adapters

Many of you have shared the challenges you face working in a diverse environment consisting of tools from numerous vendors.  In particular, we are aware of the need for reliable integrations between our Rational products and other tools. Over the past few months we have collaborated with a number of you to design and develop […]

Track developer activity with Rational Insight incubator

I’m very pleased to announce the release of IBM Rational Activity Tracking 0.5, the first Rational Insight incubator and the first Insight project developed in collaboration with IBM Research. But just what is IBM Rational Activity Tracking? To illustrate, let’s look at an example. With today’s globally integrated work force, it is common for software developers […]

CLM Beta 3 now available

This week we’ve released a Beta 3 for our three Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) products: Rational Team Concert – Beta 3, New & Noteworthy Rational Quality Manager – Beta 3, New & Noteworthy Rational Requirements Composer – Beta 3, New & Noteworthy As a team we practice continuous betas. Each milestone we produce is expected […]

Social Connector for Rational Team Concert at Lotusphere 2011

I am excited to announce a new technology preview of the Social Connector for Rational Team Concert. This new release supports Rational Team Concert 3.0 and is now available for download directly from on the RTC 3.0 download page under the Add-ons section. We are showing off this new release at Lotusphere 2011 Jan […]

CLM Project Update – Staging the CLM Deliverables

On September 20, we posted Beta 2 (“CLM Beta 2 is available!”) of the CLM products. If you’ve been following closely, you may be wondering why you see Rational Team Concert’s latest milestone posted as Release Candidate RC1, and Rational Quality Manager posted as Milestone M10, so I’d like to give you an update on […]

Lotus Connections integration with Rational Team Concert, technology preview now available

Here is a quick follow-up to my previous blog post with the teaser about the upcoming Lotus Connections integration with Rational Team Concert that is being developed by Mainsoft. They’ve now made the integration available for download as a technology preview, and we asked Jonas Martinsson from Mainsoft to give us some updates for our […]

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