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Linking Rational DOORS with V4.0 Jazz-based products

Exploring the full lifecycle of a change

Fraser Chadburn (fraser.chadburn@uk.ibm.com), Senior Applications Engineer, IBM
Fraser Chadburn
Formerly a Product Manager for a Unified Modeling Language (UML) tool supplier, Fraser Chadburn has 15 years of realtime, embedded and distributed systems and software experience plus a strong knowledge of UML and the Object Management Group's (OMG) Systems Modeling Language (OMG SysML™). In addition, Chadburn has developed Ada-based software projects for Raytheon, Canada and British Airspace

Summary:  Learn how to use Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) links to integrate Rational DOORS with Jazz-based products. IBM Rational DOORS software enables you to capture, trace, analyze and manage changes to requirements and helps you to demonstrate compliance to regulations and standards.

Date:  04 Sep 2012
Level:  Introductory

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Learn how to use Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) links to integrate Rational DOORS with Jazz-based products, including IBM® Rational® Quality Manager (for system testing) and IBM Rational Team Concert (for project planning and defect tracking). Linking both across and down the V-cycle for complex systems and embedded software development is shown by exploring the lifecycle of a change and how it affects the different engineering disciplines. Rational DOORS and DOORS Web Access are used to illustrate the use of OSLC links first from the perspective of a requirements engineer, and then from the perspective of a system tester. See how Rational Rhapsody integrates with configuration management using some of Rational Team Concert's optional capabilities, such as enforcing quality assurance processes.

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Fraser Chadburn

Formerly a Product Manager for a Unified Modeling Language (UML) tool supplier, Fraser Chadburn has 15 years of realtime, embedded and distributed systems and software experience plus a strong knowledge of UML and the Object Management Group's (OMG) Systems Modeling Language (OMG SysML™). In addition, Chadburn has developed Ada-based software projects for Raytheon, Canada and British Airspace

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