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What’s new in Rational Quality Manager 6.0.3

In this post, I am going to highlight three key enhancements to IBM Rational Quality Manager 6.0.3 that will make a difference for many of you: customization of manual test scripts, artifact comparison, and components.  For a complete enhancement list and more details about the content of this release, please see the New & Noteworthy. […]

Improved reuse in Collaborative Lifecycle Management 6.0.3

IBM introduced versions and configuration management for requirement and testing artifacts in Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0 – but up to now, the unit of configuration was the project area. In 6.0.3 (in Release Candidate 3 as I write this), you can create smaller components and configuration. This article shows how this new capability gives […]

What’s new in Rational Quality Manager 6.0.2

Enhancements to Rational Quality Manager 6.0.2 include the following.  For a complete list, see New & Noteworthy. Customization of manual test scripts Manual test scripts can now be customized in two ways. First, users can add new custom sections to the set of predefined sections available out of the box—Summary, Formal Reviews, Manual Steps, and Associated […]

Highlights of 6.0.2

IBM Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0.2 was just announced today and is available for you to use!  With the early feedback that we received from many of you through our Design Partner Program, Jazz.net, InnerCircle, and Innovate, we believe that this is a high-quality release with many powerful capabilities that you will want to familiarize […]

Using Docker with RQM

In our pipeline, we use Rational Quality Manager (RQM) to run a lot of tests using dynamically created RQM adapters. While building the products, we also compile and package the tests to be run. After the tests and products to test are built, we create and start several RQM adapters to run the tests. Here’s […]

Collaborative Lifecycle Management 6.0 in a nutshell

Since our announcement on June 9th, we’ve spent the last couple of weeks here on Jazz.net sharing with all of you more information about the new features and their value. We’re planning on spending some more time in the next couple of weeks continuing that sharing. But today is an exciting day for all of […]

Collaborative LifeCycle Management Beta M10 – Agile and lean development with a SAFe™ twist

Amy Silberbauer, our resident expert on Scaled Agile Framework®(SAFe™) contributed this update on our latest CLM support for scaling agile.  Let us know what you think about our new SAFe 3.0 process template we have included in the CLM 6.0 Milestone 10 build on jazz.net! Now that InterConnect 2015 is behind us, we’ve been busy […]

Speed, Coordination & Communication – Is this hockey or Agile Development with Collaborative Lifecycle Management 5.0.2?

Back in September, Rolf Nelson wrote a blog to help launch Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 5.0.1. So, I thought I’d keep the analogies going as we make our 5.0.2 release generally available. First, I just want to provide some quick background about me and the role I’m in. My name is Brian Lang, and I’m […]

Announcing IBM Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management as a Managed Service

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We are pleased to announce the availability of the IBM CLM as a Management Service (CLM aaMS) offering. This offering provides you with a managed, virtual private cloud environment to deploy Rational CLM (Rational DOORS Next Generation, Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, and Rational Reporting for Development Intelligence). IBM’s managed service is specifically designed […]

Off and running in 2014: Announcing CLM 4.0.6

This week we released CLM 4.0.6, the next version of Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM). CLM 4.0.6 will be our first quarterly release for 2014 and represents the start of our second full year in continuous delivery mode. We’re off to a fast start, focusing on improvements in key areas including DevOps, consumability, cross platform […]

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