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What’s New in Engineering Requirements Management DOORS Family 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. This blog covers releases of all Requirements Management tools including: IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS Next 7.0.1 IBM Engineering Requirements […]

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 […]

Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Four – Building Dynamic Views

<< Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Three – Customizing the Look and Feel of Views (The Basics) In this article, we’ll introduce Actions that allow us to make the views more interactive and dynamic. We will start by creating a new View that we can use as a […]

Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Three – Customizing the Look and Feel of Views (The Basics)

<< Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Two – Building a Traceability View In the previous article we built out a simple traceability view – as a reminder here is where we ended up: While functional it isn’t particularly appealing visually. In this article, we will apply some formatting […]

Don’t become the MacGyver of software and product development

Just another hack? MacGyver was a TV character placed in daunting situations with only his wits and a few simple items to save the day. According to a recent survey* the number one issue in product delivery today is unrealistic expectations – what is more unrealistic than MacGyver creating a defibrillator out of candlesticks, microphone […]

Getting requirements right: avoiding the top 10 traps

Don’t get caught A trap is a position or situation from which it is difficult or impossible to escape. Getting caught in product or software development requirement traps can be problematic. The traps of bad requirements definition and management result in cost overruns, missed deadlines, poorly designed products, and a failure to deliver what the […]

IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management v7.0 is here!

We are extremely excited to announce the availability of the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) 7.0 solution on jazz.net! What you’ll be seeing is the result of months worth of person-hours, spanning some 1,800 plan items, stories, and tasks across the entire ELM product portfolio. With the general availability release of ELM 7.0, we’ve also […]

What’s new in IBM Engineering Requirements Management – DOORS Next 7.0

In case you missed last year’s announcement, IBM Engineering Requirements Management – DOORS Next (DOORS Next) is the new name for IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (RDNG or DNG). For more details, please see: Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio. V7.0 implements this renaming as well as the modernization of the user interface look and […]

What’s new in IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management V7.0

After more than 1,800 plan items, stories and tasks across all of our product and application teams, V7.0 is nearly here. So what’s new? First, the name is new. As we mentioned last year (Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio and Insights and scale: Redefining Enterprise Lifecycle Management solutions) we have renamed our Jazz-based solutions to be […]

Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Two – Building a Traceability View

In this article, we’ll build our first view. Later we’ll make it look visually appealing and introduce some dynamic visualization but we’ll start by simply reporting the data we are interested in and see just how quickly and easily views can be designed.

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