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What’s new in Rhasopdy Design Manager 6.0.3 and Rhapsody 8.2

IBM Rational Rhapsody Design Manager 6.0.3 and IBM Rational Rhapsody 8.2 are here! As usual, there are many exciting things that have taken place in the area of modeling, or as many call it today, architecture and design management. For a complete list, see the New & Noteworthy for Rhapsody Design Manager and what’s new […]

Connecting hardware and software lifecycles to build the Internet of Things

Traditional software development practices and tools can’t scale up to support the accelerated delivery cycles and iterations of products designed for the Internet of Things. You need modern tools and practices designed for the IoT to succeed. In the past, traditional development methodologies were waterfall and led in one direction: from design to deployment, with […]

DOORS Next Generation v6.0.1 preview

DOORS Next Generation (DNG) v6.0, which was made generally available at the end of June, was one the largest and most feature-filled releases we have ever delivered. With that shipment, we introduced for the first time configuration management of requirements as well as a new, no browser plug-in graphical editor. You can view all the details of […]

Unlocking engineering insight for an IoT world

Gary Cernosek Sr. Product Manager IBM IoT Continuous Engineering I’m writing this series of posts over the next few weeks to spur dialog on the topic of how organizations practicing in an IoT world need better ways to extract and derive value from the many sources that comprise their environment of engineering information. I plan […]

Designing the Configuration Management user experience in CLM 6.0

We are nearing the release of Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0 that will include Configuration Management (CfgM) across lifecycle projects, which we developed using IBM Design principles. One of these principles in our design thinking is the use of release hills to expresses user value, objectives and the scope of the release. Our first hill […]

Configuration management – it’s not just for building airplanes or cars

Configuration Management – it’s not just for building airplanes: wouldn’t you want the abilities of software configuration management both within and across all your tools?

Raising your game with configuration management in and across your tools

High-performing teams are never satisfied with their performance. They regularly ask, “How can we do better?”  They have a certain restlessness. A sense of mission, stewardship, and empathy for the people who will use the things they design and build. It’s our mission to provide tools and make possible development practices that help your high-performing […]

Try out the new configuration management features in CLM 6.0 RC1!

The recent release of Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0 RC1 signals the release candidate (RC) phase of development, which means that the official CLM 6.0 release is in its final stages. The 6.0 release offers new and exciting configuration management capabilities. To learn more about these capabilities, read the Getting started with configuration management help […]

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 […]

The Configuration Management-enabled sandbox for M9 is now live!

We’re very pleased to announce that CLM 6.0 Milestone 9 with Configuration Management is now available to try in the cloud. Check out Daniel Moul’s M9 beta announcement where he introduces what’s new. This sandbox provides the user with an automatically created set of CLM projects and a small data set along with a Task […]

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