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Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio

The IBM Continuous Engineering and Collaborative Lifecycle Management solutions have a rich heritage in helping teams around the world to develop products and applications faster, in a more dependable way, and at a higher quality. Over time we have come to see that the biggest challenges — and where we can offer the most help […]

Attention: IBM Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapter users connecting to Jira in the Atlassian Cloud

Atlassian recently introduced a number of changes to their products and APIs in order to improve user privacy in accordance with GDPR. These changes will require all RLIA customers integrating Jira Cloud or Zephyr Cloud to upgrade their version of RLIA. Most RLIA customers who integrate with Jira use an On-Premise Jira deployment and are […]

Reporting on RTC Projects Size and Level of Activity

Monitoring the increasing footprint of IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) project areas can help customers develop accurate sizing and forecasts for future enterprise upgrades, in particular for customers who have been using RTC for some time. Moreover, the varying level of activity of individual projects provides valuable information which can drive the enterprise decision to […]

News you can use: CE/CLM support and planning notes

To help with your IBM Continuous Engineering (CE) and Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) planning, here are some release updates. Feel free to ask questions in the comments section below this post, or follow up with your IBM Support team to discuss any questions or implications. Extended Maintenance Release Version 6.0.6 is an Extended Maintenance Release (EMR), which […]

What’s new in Rational Team Concert 6.0.6?

We’ve been busy making IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) even better for teams who are doing complex, regulated development.  We’ve focused on the following main areas in this release: Usability: Making the simple things easier to do My favorite feature in this release is a one-click Create Child Work Item option in the work item editor.  […]

Continuous Engineering Summit Europe: What does the future hold?

In my job, I spend a lot of time thinking about very complex things. Like the definition of IoT. Or the challenges of connected product engineering. Or how industries are becoming increasingly regulated.  Because in my IoT world, “continuous engineering” means working with increasingly connected things in very complex systems, and developing the software that […]

Improvement to the CLM Maintenance Model

As part of our continuous improvement efforts,  the Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) team is excited to announce the following changes in our CLM Maintenance Model that will include more fixes in our most current streams. Based on client feedback, this will provide a better upgrade experience for current releases that are not an Extended Maintenance […]

Call for papers: European Watson IoT Continuous Engineering Summit

We’re currently calling for papers for the next Watson IoT Continuous Engineering Summit. After very positive feedback from the past two summits in the US, we are excited to announce a summit in Europe this year: When: 14-16 May 2018 Where: Westin Grand Hotel, Munich Link & registration: http://conference.learnquest.com/CE-Summit-Europe/ Due date for abstracts: 7 March 2018 The event […]

What’s new? Enhanced support for lean enterprise transformations in CLM 6.0.5

Organizations across all industries are under great pressure to quickly adapt to new market conditions. They need to transform their approach to systems engineering and software development to deliver new features and offerings faster and respond to feedback — continuously. Most of them have been experimenting with lean and agile principles to reach that goal. […]

Introducing the Jazz Community sharing site

Have you always wanted to share an IBM Rational Team Concert plug-in that you developed with other users?  Are you new to RTC and want to see what other users have developed?  Do you want to learn more about the RTC SDK and how to use it to create your own plug-in? A big thank […]

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