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Design Management 3.0 is now available

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I’m pleased to announce that the first release of Design Management has arrived! Design Management 3.0 makes collaboration capabilities for users of Rational Software Architect (RSA) and Rational Rhapsody a reality. Our initial release allows you and your teams to search, browse, comment, discuss, and review your architecture and designs from both the existing rich […]

Rational Asset Manager 7.5.0.1 released

Released just in time for the new year, Rational Asset Manager (RAM) 7.5.0.1 improves on some of the features we delivered in September 2010: Development teams asked for integration with the recently released Rational Team Concert 3.0 (RTC 3.0): RAM 7.5.0.1 supports OSLC-based linking, and Eclipse client integration with RTC 3.0. Many of you liked […]

Translating ClearCase and ClearQuest terminology to Jazz

I recently spent time in Korea helping our customers understand Jazz Extensions and OSLC.  Many of the questions came from people who are very familiar with Rational ClearCase and ClearQuest.  As we discussed Jazz and Rational Team Concert, they kept trying to tie the Rational Team Concert concepts back to the concepts and terminology that […]

Mechatronics: An opportunity for collaboration

In April I was invited to speak about Jazz, the Jazz Integration Architecture, and Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) at a Mechatronics Council Workshop for the CPDA in Cincinnatti, OH. CPDA stands for Collaborative Product Development Associates, LLC. After some research, I learned that they are focused on product lifecycle management, and that they […]

OSLC and Rational Team Concert

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First of all, what is OSLC? A quick search on Google returns the “Oregon Social Learning Center,” “Our Savior Lutheran Church,” and “Ontario Student Leadership Conference,” but then you will find “Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration.” Lifecycle resources are change requests, test cases, defects, requirements, builds, and all the other things that we use daily […]

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