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The IBM Notes from IoT Support Blog is moving.
Read more about the move in the IBM Support Insider announcement.
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Information related to Jazz Security Architecture is extracted from our jazz.net article Jazz Server Authentication Explained.
In the Jazz Security Architecture and Jazz Authorization Server article Shubjit Naik talks about OIDC, JSA and JAS, Application to Application Authentication, Advantages of Using JAS, and support for SAML.
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In case you missed them in our earlier post, here are Parts 1 and 2:
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Internet of Things for Everything: Equipment Maintenance Assistant – In this video David Boyle, Technical Solutions Architect, will walk you through a demonstration of EMA's capabilities.
IBM Maximo APM Equipment Maintenance Assistant augments your asset maintenance program with machine learning techniques and AI tools. This powerful combination provides asset-intensive industries with capabilities to optimize asset repairs based on prescriptive guidance. AI methods using IBM Watson technology are applied to structured and unstructured data associated with repairs, maintenance, procedures and techniques.
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Convergence of Operations, Maintenance and Safety in the Oil and Gas Industry – View this on-demand webinar, at your convenience to hear from David Turner, Global Industry Leader - Government, Oil and Gas for Asset Management, IBM. Listen to David talk about how software can help institutionalize a safety culture while concurrently improving operational and maintenance efficiency.
Join this 30-minute webinar to learn about:
On-demand Webinar: Maximizing Asset Performance with Analytics and AI for Energy and Utility Organizations
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Maximizing Asset Performance with Analytics and AI for Energy and Utility Organizations is an on-demand webinar that you can replay at your leisure.
Terry Saunders, Worldwide Utilities Industry Leader, IBM Cognitive Applications
Etienne Pelletier, Senior Offering Manager, IBM Watson IoT
In this webinar Terry and Etienne talk about the current challenges and changes facing utilities.
Watch it here!
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Avoid using RTC CLI (SCM and LSCM ) accessing the NFS shares.
There have been issues where using scm and lscm from the command line with NFS shares is not working correctly. The details provided here will help you work around the issue.
* In case if the home directories of all users are mounted on NFS.
*If you see .nfsXXX file jazz-scm folder's daemon directory, it seems the lscm process is accessing the NFS share.
NFS file systems could prevent the CLI (scm and lscm) from working. Refer to article Tip: Using the SCM Command Line with NFS
Try the lscm commands with --config directory path is a non NFS file system option.
How to avoid --config option on every command run?
The alternative to providing --config option on the command line is to set the environment variable SCM_
This way the user does not have to specify the --config option on every command.
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Would you like to know how you can help speed up the resolution when you open a new case with IBM Support?
We recently introduced Question Assistant to help provide guidance during case creation. You may have seen the information panel below when opening a new case. You will see the feedback in that panel dynamically updated with a check mark next to each of the items as you enter your case description. The check marks indicate that your description includes those items which are important to the case. Entering a complete description will help us route the case to the correct agent who can help you. It will also help to avoid an initial request for additional details before you can move forward with finding a resolution to your issue.
Check out a demo of Watson Question Assistant!!!
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What’s new in IBM Engineering Requirements and Test Management 220.127.116.11 – Availability of the IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS Next v18.104.22.168 solution and also IBM Engineering Test Management (previously known as Rational Quality Manager or RQM). In this release, we deliver the latest quality fixes and scale improvements along with some important enhancements. In addition, we are changing the solution name, as well as the underlying application names to better align with our key capabilities and value proposition. You can read more about the renaming activity in the blog post: Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio. Version 22.214.171.124 is an Extended Maintenance Release (EMR), which means it includes all fixes from earlier releases, including security fixes, for the life of the release stream. As such we have taken more time to focus on non-functional improvements including stability, quality, and scale. [Read More…]
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What’ s new in Rhapsody Model Manager 126.96.36.199 and Rhapsody 8.4 – There are enhancements in this release of Engineering Systems Design (ESD) Rhapsody Model Manager (ESD RMM) 188.8.131.52 and ESD Rhapsody 8.4 that extends and productizes some of the features of the previous release and allows our users to work efficiently at scale, with large models and large sets of requirements. Building on the work on the previous release. [Read More…]
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If you’re looking for some performance information for Rational DOORS Next Generation, you may want to check out this article.
Performance test results for Rational DOORS Next Generation 6.0.6 ifix3 with Components - The article provides information about performance improvements introduced in 6.0.6 iFix03 for DOORS Next Generation. It covers performance results from testing of 6.0.6 iFix003 compared to release 6.0.6. It also provides a high-level summary of the performance improvements and their impact.
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Systems Engineering for the Internet of Things - Today’s connected world is increasing product complexity, putting systems engineers at the heart of a new challenge to deliver products faster and with improved quality. IBM Engineering offers a variety of cloud-based tools to help teams better collaborate, improve requirements, manage workflow and testing.
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IBM Engineering Workflow Management - IBM Engineering Workflow Management helps systems engineers put agile methods to work for improved team collaboration and project traceability.
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IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization - Conquer systems engineering complexity and accelerate product innovation with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights. IBM helps systems engineers put leverage model based systems engineering for improved visibility from requirements to testing. Visualize, analyze and gain data insights across design, manufacture and operations for informed decisions. Meet compliance with regulatory and industry standards.
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IBM Engineering Test Management - IBM Engineering Test Management solutions help systems engineers manage quality in software and product development.
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On the lighter side
As we step away for the July 4th holiday here in the U.S. I thought I’d lighten things up a bit. We all want to do things that we enjoy, have a job that we look forward to going to every day, or have a hobby that brings out our creative or fun side. IBM Fellow, John Cohn, has a passion for making things and enjoys getting others excited about making things as well. Read the article John Cohn: professional mad scientist and dedicated maker to learn more about some of the unusual things that John has been involved with. It will hopefully put a smile on your face and maybe get you thinking about what you are passionate about.
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Engineering Academy comes to you: IBM is sponsoring learning opportunities throughout the U.S.
Our first Engineering Academy Comes To You event in Huntsville, AL promises to be very popular, so we urge you to register quickly to assure your place at the conference.
Huntsville, Alabama, July 9-11
Brockwell Technologies, Inc.
4970 Corporate Dr. NW Ste 110
Huntsville, Alabama. 35805
July 9 – July 11, 2019
9:00AM – 5:00 PM
Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) solutions – July 10, 2019, 9:00AM – 1:00 PM
Register to attend!
Mark your calendar for additional Engineering Academy Comes To You events that will be occurring throughout the country.
Annapolis Junction, Maryland
August 20 – 22, 2019
San Ramon, California
August 28, 2019
September 17 – 18, 2019
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Have you heard the news? IDC MarketScape has named IBM as a leader in SaaS and Cloud-Enabled EAM Applications*.
We would like to extend a special thanks to all our clients and partners who have made IBM Maximo your choice for Enterprise Asset Management (EAM). You are critical to helping us shape how the market will use enterprise asset management in the future.
You can read more about it in IDC MarketScape names IBM a Leader in SaaS and Cloud-Enabled EAM Applications
Sources* IDC MarketScape: SaaS and Cloud-Enabled Asset-Intensive EAM Applications (Software Vendors) 2019 Vendor Assessment (doc #. #US44891419, March 2019).
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Each of the CLM applications includes extensive value-added capabilities that, when used properly, can help you improve your development processes and meet your business goals. Like many other applications, CLM applications can be configured in optimal, and not so optimal ways.
The Best Practices for CLM Usage Model Wiki provides a collection of various usage best practices for the following deployments.
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We’ve introduced a number of changes to our support experience as part of our support transformation and are continuously working to improve that experience. We’ll post about some of the changes here in our IoT support blog to keep you informed. You can also keep up with all the latest information about how IBM Support is transforming through the IBM Support Insider. The IBM Support Insider will keep you up to date with information about new tools, processes, and capabilities.
Some of those changes include using the power of Watson solutions to transform our client to support experience with the following capabilities:
Watch the IBM Support with Watson video to see how IBM Support is using Watson to help us transform support.