Happy Wednesday! This week's articles contain tips for making software development across the application lifecycle a little easier. From grouping your software change requests by text similarity to exploring viable options for private, secure cloud computing, our authors Luis and Sandra offer their best advice. If you have questions for them, leave comments either at the end of this post or at the end of their respective articles.
Clustering algorithms help find similar Rational Team Concert change requests By: Luis Quintela (email@example.com), Solution Architect, IBM By using clustering algorithms to analyze IBM Rational Team Concert patterns, you can group the change requests according to text similarity. Luis Quintela explains how and why software development benefits through quality improvement, reuse, better processes, and collaboration. Product: Rational Team Concert
Advantages and options of private cloud computing By: Sandra Sergi Santos (firstname.lastname@example.org), Software Engineering Specialist, IBM Some organizations, because of organizational culture or for security or regulatory concerns, cannot use public clouds, but private clouds are an option. Sandra Sergi Santos explains the advantages and ways to use them to optimize your investments, processes, and infrastructure.
We are pleased to feature Contributing Author Naveen Bysani Naveen Bysani is a senior quality assurance engineer who started his career in the IBM India Software Lab. He began with the IBM WebSphere team and moved to the IBM Rational team as a systems software engineer for the automation development of IBM Rational Application Developer, using IBM Rational Functional Tester. He then went to IVY, a party gaming company, as a senior software engineer, where he was involved in the automation framework development, using Rational Functional Tester. He currently works as a senior automation engineer for a storage domain product of Quantum India Development Centre. He is certified by IBM for Rational Functional Tester and Rational Performance Tester and is also a Sun-certified Java professional.