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Try our new Jazz.net Previews!

Are you looking for a great way to develop smart and connected products? Are you searching for the ideal solution for your application lifecycle management (ALM) needs? Find it using our new Previews tool… https://jazz.net/previews/! Previews provide a fun and easy way to learn about the various products in the IBM IoT continuous engineering and […]

PROMOTION: Get 10% off IBM continuous engineering offerings

From now through the end of 2017, IBM is offering a 10% discount on purchases of our most popular continuous engineering offerings. To get this deal, you must purchase 10 licenses (15 of  IBM Track and Plan on Cloud). Discount codes are located at the top of each page. IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation This […]

Calling all Rational DOORS Next Generation users!

Share your insights on IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation.  Your peers go to G2 Crowd to get an inside look at Product Management tools and other business software. Adding your perspective on Rational DOORS Next Generation will help others pick the right product based on real user experiences. For the first 40 reviewers of Rational […]

Quick Deployer 2.0 is available and now supports deployment to Windows

After several months of development, we’re very pleased to announce that IBM Quick Deployer version 2.0 is now available, free to download and use from Jazz.net under a “Non-warranted Program” license. IBM Quick Deployer is installation and deployment automation for IBM’s Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) and IoT Continuous Engineering (CE) Solutions 6.0.4, 6.0.3, 6.0.2, 6.0.1 […]

How to import the scaled agile reports – successfully!

Are you interested in taking advantage of the IBM Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) reports delivered to support enterprise scaled agile environments but aren’t sure how to get started? Maybe you’ve tried to import them but haven’t been successful? Or maybe you aren’t using the Scaled Agile Framework ® (SAFe®) specifically, but still want some of […]

What’s new in Rational DOORS Next Generation 6.0.4

We’ve put a lot of effort in to the enhancements to IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation 6.0.4, including the following.  For more in-depth detail, see the New &  Noteworthy. Advancing requirements configuration management Understanding requirements history and audit trail has been, and continues to be, a fundamental need for requirements management practices. With the introduction of […]

CE 6.0.4 / CLM 6.0.4 is now available

We are pleased to deliver the latest set of improvements to the IBM IoT Continuous Engineering (CE) / Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution.  Below are just some of the enhancements in this release, which I have expressed in categories that span the parts of the solution, including Rational Rhapsody 8.2.1 and Rational Publishing Engine 2.1.2. […]

The CLM on Cloud tool shop

Not long ago, I wanted to build a live-edge table for my dining room. I have some tools and a plan on how to build the table; I don’t own a planer, table saw, or have enough space to do the work in my modest, Toronto semi-detached house. I thought of buying the tools for […]

Generate documents from fine-grained components

Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) 1.3 and above was already capable of configuration-aware document generation. With Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0.3, we can use configurations of separate components in the project area to achieve re-usability. Rational DOORS Next Generation (RDNG) and Rational Quality Manager (RQM) offer the reusable solution. With RPE 1.3 (yes, 1.3) and above, we can generate […]

Quick Deployer 1.3 is now available

We’re thrilled to announce that IBM Quick Deployer version 1.3 is available, free to download and use from Jazz.net under a “Non-warranted Program” license. IBM Quick Deployer is installation and deployment automation for IBM’s Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) and Continuous Engineering (CE) Solutions 6.0.3, 6.0.2, 6.0.1 and CLM 6.0 on Red Hat Linux 6.6+ using […]

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