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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in software and system testing

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This article was written by Bartosz (Bart) Chrabski of SmarterProcess – with some minor contributions from yours truly. You may remember an old western movie titled The Good, the Bad and the Ugly starring Clint Eastwood. Testing can sometimes feel the same way. In today’s dynamic product development arena requirements keep changing and evolving. There […]

What’s new in Rhapsody Model Manager 7.0.1 and Rhapsody 9.0.1

The rising complexity of the products and systems being developed globally is driving engineering teams to seek effective model-based engineering practices, including model-based systems engineering (MBSE). Rising compliance demands such as ISO-26262/ASPICE in automotive and DO-178C and ARP4754 for aerospace and defense are driving the need for rigorous change management and lifecycle traceability. At the […]

What’s new in IBM Engineering Workflow Management and IBM Engineering Test Management v7.0.1

This new release of IBM Engineering Workflow Management (EWM) brings additional capabilities in all the product areas: agile planning, source control, build, Git integration as well as enterprise extensions. Similarly, in this new release of IBM Engineering Test Management (ETM) version 7.0.1, you will find many improvements in several functions including test planning, test execution […]

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 […]

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 […]

What’s New in IBM Engineering Workflow Management v7.0

We’ve made a lot of progress on some key themes such as usability, enterprise agile, and support for complex regulated development at scale in the v7.0 EWM release.  I’ll cover some of the high level enhancements related to those themes. UX Modernization in EWM UX modernization is all about user experience redesign and usability improvements. […]

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 […]

IBM streamlines adherence to industry compliance in new automotive offering – available now.

The IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) portfolio helps you overcome the challenges and complications of compliance with automotive standards such as ASPICE   Perhaps no consumer product is more complex than today’s automobile. The combination of mechanical and electrical systems that have over 100 million lines of software code has essentially created a mobile, passenger-carrying […]

Insights and scale: Redefining Enterprise Lifecycle Management solutions

New AI and compliance offering from IBM further enhance the industry-leading ELM solution Engineering a car is challenging. Engineering a safe autonomous car is exponentially more difficult. As products become more connected, engineering becomes more complex. For example, medical devices now have millions of lines of embedded software code. Aircraft manufacturers need to comply with […]

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