Overview of the Rational Automation Framework 3.0 Eclipse User Interface

See an exciting new Eclipse based interface that has been released with Rational Automation Framework (RAF) 3.0.

Tim Robertson (rtimothy@us.ibm.com), Software Engineer, IBM

Tim Robertson is a software engineer developing the IBM Rational Automation Framework for WebSphere in Austin, TX. In his career at IBM he has also worked on the IBM Rational Build Forge product, as well as z/OS problem determination tools, languages, and CICS.



22 September 2011

This demo gives an overview of numerous features in the new interface including:
- Connecting the RAF rich client to the RAF server
- Using the Dynamic Run Action editor to run a single RAF action
- Viewing the action results
- Running the Environment Generation Wizard to create a new cell definition
- Working with resource configuration data

Use Rational Automation Framework to automate the management of supported middleware products such as IBM WebSphere Application Server. Rational Automation Framework includes a server that can be accessed from a command line interface, a web client, and optionally, an Eclipse client. From the server, run the supplied actions to install and configure software, and to deploy applications on one or more managed systems.

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