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OSLCFest – showcasing engineering transformation in action

Many companies are focused on accelerating the digital transformation of their business processes, but innovative companies are also focused on the digital transformation of their engineering processes. This transformation is also known as “digital engineering’ as originally coined by the US DoD. The primary objectives of the digital transformation of engineering are to leapfrog your […]

5 best practices for TRS Feeds Implementation for Reporting

Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) Tracked Resource Set (TRS) protocol allows a server to expose a set of resources in a way that allows clients to discover the exact set of resources in the set, to track all additions to or removals from the set, and to track state changes to all resources in the set.

Announcing OSLC Fest 2020!

We are glad to invite you to OSLC Fest 2020 (May 18-20, 13:00 to 15:20 UTC). OSLC (Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration) is now an Open Project under the auspices of OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards); with the lighter-weight Open Project organization, anyone can join and contribute without barriers or complex […]

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 […]

Register today for the OASIS OSLC Update

Please join me and the OSLC Steering Committee for an update on the latest in development tool integration on June 10, 2015 at 11am (ET)

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 […]

Extending your Rational ALM solutions to third-party tools with the IBM Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapters

Let’s face it. Working in a business environment where tools from multiple vendors are deployed can be challenging. And given the pace at which things move, managing data between different parts of the business can become downright unwieldy. Many of you have shared this challenge with us, and a number of you have partnered with […]

CLM 2012 Part 3 – Rational Quality Manager: Test it, fix it, track it … done

This is the third in a series of blogs discussing the enhancements in our Collaborative Lifecycle Management 2012 solution.  Take the passenger seat and let me take you through the paces with the new Rational Quality Manager. You will see right away the new gauges and controls that keep you in pole position even in […]

OSLC and Eclipse Lyo at EclipseCon 2012, March 26-29 in Reston, Virginia

The Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) community is working to standardize the way that lifecycle tools can share data (for example, requirements, defects, test cases, plans, or code) with one another. Linked data concepts are the foundation of OSLC. As a developer on Rational Quality Manager, I had a chance to see how OSLC […]

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