Effective implementation of application lifecycle management (ALM) and DevOps and using cloud-based offerings help you improve efficiency, traceability, and adaptability. Taking advantage of these options also helps you manage the increasing complexity of the systems and software delivery lifecycle.
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In order to manage the increasing level of complexity brought on by systems and software environments, companies need to leverage current trends in the industry. Today, effective implementation/execution of Application Lifecycle Management, DevOps, and by using Cloud-based offerings will help you improve efficiency, traceability, adaptability and overall management of the software and/or systems delivery lifecycle.
- Learn how Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), systems engineering and embedded software development, and integration between development and IT operations (DevOps) can be improved by using IBM Rational offerings and services.
- See real-life scenarios of IBM Rational solutions that help deliver value for higher profit while maintaining quality by providing transparent access to project data, risks and progress, with in-context collaboration, integration, and automation.
- Understand the value of reuse and traceability in an integrated end-to-end solution.
- Watch firsthand how Rational solutions compare to solutions provided by Microsoft, PTC, HP, CA, Atlassian and other commercial integrators of Open Source.
- Learn about openness and extensibility of IBM Rational CLM solution based on Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC).
This briefing describes major capability areas of complete ALM that are available from IBM Rational software. IBM experts will explain how they differ and how they excel over those from Microsoft, PTC, HP, CA, Atlassian, and other commercial integrators of open source software.
By the end of this briefing, you will understand how IBM Rational solutions help your organization unite disparate teams, artifacts, processes, and tools to overcome obstacles and succeed in these areas:
- End-to-end systems and software delivery
- IBM solutions help you keep strategic goals, objectives, and projects connected, dynamically gather input and collaborate with stakeholders, manage change, and resolve bottlenecks across the development lifecycle.
- Project planning and tracking
- Whether you follow an agile, waterfall, or hybrid approach, IBM can help with defining, enhancing (through continuous process improvement), monitoring, and governing your project plans.
- Product and project portfolio management
- The IBM solution for enterprise-wide product and portfolio management helps you prioritize and select the right investments, balance change with business demands, and align resources to deliver the right products at the right time.
- Requirements management
- IBM can help you build, track, manage, and report the status of requirements better by using collaborative and visual tools that help you adapt quickly to change during the delivery lifecycle.
- Design management
- Share, collaborate, and manage all of your design information in the same consolidated hub that you use for your other ALM artifacts (requirements, test, development, and so forth). IBM Rational software enables your extended teams to turn concepts and ideas into products and revenue.
- Change and configuration management
- IBM provides both activity and source code management tools to help you build software and products from an all-in-one development environment that is built on a common platform.
- Quality management and testing
- IBM Rational software offers end-to-end functional, regression, load, and integration testing tools to address the quality challenges of highly complex applications, all managed from a consolidated hub.
- Expanding ALM with DevOps
- Automating the DevOps lifecycle enables you to bridge software delivery and operations gaps, improve time to market and quality, while reducing costs.
|Start date||End date||Time||Location||Registration link|
|22-August||22-August||8:30 AM - 05:00 PM||Mexico City, Mexico|
Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel
Paseo de la Reforma 276,
Col. Juarez, Cuauhtémoc
06600 Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
Room: Diego Rivera
See demos and join discussions:
- IBM® Rational® software
- IBM Rational® Application Developer
- IBM Rational® AppScan®
- IBM Rational® Asset Manager
- IBM Rational® Build Forge® (with Rational Automation Framework for WebSphere)
- IBM Rational® DOORS®
- IBM Rational® Focal Point™
- IBM Rational® Functional Tester
- IBM Rational® Insight
- IBM Rational® Integration Tester
- IBM Rational® Lifecycle Integration Adapters
- IBM Rational® Performance Test Server
- IBM Rational®Performance Tester
- IBM Rational® Quality Manager
- IBM Rational®Requirements Composer
- IBM Rational® Rhapsody®
- IBM Rational® Rhapsody® Design Manager
- IBM Rational® Service Tester
- IBM Rational® Software Architect
- IBM Rational® Software Architect Design Manager
- IBM Rational Software Architect(with Design Manager, with Deployment Planning and Automation)
- IBM® Rational Team Concert™
- IBM Rational® Test Virtualization Server
- IBM® SmartCloud Continuous Delivery
- IBM® Worklight
- Complete Rational CLM Solution with DevOps
- Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM)
|02 Breaking barriers||2-Breaking-down-barriers.pdf||2,552KB||HTTP|
|03 Define, manage, and track||3-Define-Manage-Track-Requirements-Designs.pdf||2,486KB||HTTP|
|04 Integrated change||4-Integrated-Change-Build-Deploy.pdf||2,443KB||HTTP|
|05 Quality is not Accidental||5-Quality-not-Accidental.pdf||3,793KB||HTTP|
|06 Bridging the gap||6-Bridge-Gap-between-Development-Operations.pdf||1,946KB||HTTP|