February 28, 2014
Rational Team Concert
Task tracking · Source control · Agile planning
Rational Team Concert 4.0.3
Team Concert Rational
Quality Manager Rational
Integrated tools for the whole software development lifecycle.
To convert your trial:
Buy licenses at ibm.com
or download the 10 Free key.
10 Free Developers
for IBM Enterprise Platforms
|Trial duration||N/A||60 days1||60 days|
|Client access licensing options||Free
|Authorized, Floating, Term, Token
|Client access limit per server||10||50
10 (starter pack)2
|Combining licenses on the same server||All licenses can be installed together on a server in any combination2|
|Server license||Included with a client access license|
|IBM support||Jazz.net community only||Full IBM support|
|Databases supported||Apache Derby3 (included), IBM® DB2® (Express-C available free)||Apache Derby3 (included), IBM DB2 (Enterprise and Workgroup Edition)4, IBM DB2 for z/OS®, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server|
|Application servers supported||Apache Tomcat (included)||Apache Tomcat (included), IBM WebSphere®4|
|Client support||Eclipse, Microsoft Visual Studio, ISPF, Command line, web|
|Importers||CVS, Subversion, Bugzilla, Rational ClearCase, Rational ClearQuest|
|Synchronizers and bridges||ClearCase, ClearQuest, Build Forge|
|Collaboration tools supported||IBM Connections, IBM Sametime, and clients that support the Jabber protocol (such as Google Talk)|
|Common lifecycle administration|
|Planning: agile, formal, hybrid||Read only|
|Planning risk assessment||Read only|
|Common reporting and analytics||Read only|
|Source code management||Read only|
|Build management||Read only|
|Work item tracking|
|Customizable process/work item workflow|
|Project milestone tracking and status|
|Role-based process permissions|
|Project-level access control|
|LDAP authentication, import and synchronize|
|Dashboards (including cross-project and cross-repository), OpenSocial support|
|HTTP(S) proxy support|
|High availability through WebSphere Application Server clustering6|
|Distributed source code management||Read only|
|Dependency build for z/OS, IBM i|
|Context-aware remote search|
1 Try the Developer for Workgroups functionality by using the regular Developer trial and leaving the Distributed source code management setting turned off.
2 Mixing Developer for Workgroups licences with Developer, or Developer for IBM Enterprise Platform, licenses on the same server disables the Distributed Source Control and High Availability capabilities for all licenses on that server.ï¿½To obtain 24x7 IBM support for your Developer 10 Free licenses, you must first upgrade them by purchasing the Developer for Workgroups Starter Pack. Only one Developer for Workgroups Starter Pack can be installed for each Jazz license server.
3 Apache Derby is included with the default installation to allow quick installations for simple trials or small teams. However, when using Apache Derby, the server limits the number of Developer users (including 10 Free, Workgroup, and IBM Enterprise Platforms) to a maximum of 10. To avoid this limitation, install using one of the DB2 editions or another supported database.
4 Each valid client license includes a license to run one instance of DB2 Workgroup or Enterprise Edition (excludes z/OS) and one instance of WebSphere Application Server in support of Rational Team Concert. Trials of DB2 and WebSphere Application Server are also available. Express editions of WebSphere Application Server 7.0 and 8.0 are also available for IBM i at no additional charge by ordering Web Enablement for IBM i. See system requirements for details.
5 This integration is an optional download that is available from Jazz.net.
6 This scenario requires WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment Edition (not included) and WebSphere eXtreme Scale (included). Each valid client license includes a license to run one instance of WebSphere eXtreme Scale to support Rational Team Concert.
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