Using IBM Rational Team Concert for System z and the Jazz platform, Part 4. How cross-system development with Rational Team Concert for System z works

Combinations for teams of mainframe and Web application developers

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Nicolas Dangeville, Tami Takamiya, and Hung Lam

Date archived: December 1, 2016 | First published: February 25, 2010

Most applications rely on the cumulative strengths of the mainframe and distributed pieces. The mainframe pieces typically focus on implementing the persistence and business logic of the application; whereas, the distributed pieces provide the Web front end. The glue between the two might be a Web service. However, integrating two different kinds of software development teams and their processes creates a new set of challenges. This article shows how IBM® Rational Team Concert™ for System z® works with other Rational software as a collaborative management tool both for mainframe and Web application development.

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