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IBM ELO – Method Composer v7.6.2.1 is now available

We are excited to announce the release of version 7.6.2.1, which includes various new features and improvements that we believe will enhance your collaborative process authoring and tailoring experience. Some of the highlights of this release include: Expanded web-based process authoring to include advanced user cases Until now, the web authoring client provided basic authoring […]

New features in ELM 7.0.2 iFix018

We’ve been enjoying some improvements when using our jazz.net self-host, which is always running the latest milestone of the release under development. In the spirit of the season, we are offering them to you and your user community as part of 7.0.2 so you don’t have to wait for the next full release. These end-user […]

Join the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management team at two upcoming events! See Updated Dates!

IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management Product SymposiumWhere: Costa Mesa CA, in person only – register onlineWhen: January 31 – February 1, 2023 – updated! Come to IBM’s Costa Mesa office for two days dedicated to model-based systems engineering and product development. This symposium on January 31 features IBM technical and solutions engineers providing expertise on requirements […]

Eliminate data silos – learn how at the upcoming OSLCFest 2022

Do you want to accelerate the digital transformation of your business processes, do you want to seamlessly share data across your business, do you want to make the promised benefits of digital threads real for your company? Join OSLCFest, a virtual conference, on November 15-17 to learn first-hand from OSLC experts about the state of […]

The conversation around MBSE has changed

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At the recent INCOSE Symposium in Detroit we had an opportunity to discuss the continually increasing interest around model-based systems engineering (MBSE) with many of the attendees across a variety of industries. The interest in MBSE is not that surprising with this group, but not only did we discuss the technical and engineering value proposition […]

Important announcement regarding remediation for log4j version 1 vulnerabilities in ELM

At the request of customers and the IBM Corporate Information Security Officer (CISO), we have coordinated an update across all IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) products to replace Apache Log4j version 1 with Log4j version 2.17. We will no longer ship Log4j version 1 libraries.  See IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management adopts log4j v2 in all […]

Visit our Engineering Training Portal – Newly Updated!

Accelerate your journey to success and greater understanding with hands-on courses and self-paced labs from across the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management portfolio. Whether you are new to ELM or an experienced user, dive into our courses, quick starts, labs and professional credentials to add to your achievements. Our training catalog will help you improve your […]

Join us for the IBM Spring 2022 Engineering Lifecycle Management User Group Virtual Conference

When: Monday through Thursday, May 16-19, 2022 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM each day (ET) Please join us for this free event to learn about IBM Engineering solutions for software and systems development. This virtual conference offers many information packed sessions across four half-days, focused on promoting best practices, collaboration, model-based design, digital thread, and […]

Getting Hands on with ELM through Quick Starts

Everyone has demands on their time so learning new things, especially potentially complex tools, is not an easy thing to fit into our busy schedules. Quick Starts are short, focused, introductory hands-on labs that are designed to take less than two hours to complete so a very small investment of time. Whether you want to […]

Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Five – Grids

Overview If you’ve been following these articles, hopefully you’ve also started to build your own views. In doing so, you may have noticed the lack of alignment tools (at least in the existing release). You may have also found that each container has a Top and a Left property – that you can copy and […]

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