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What’s new? Enhanced support for lean enterprise transformations in CLM 6.0.5 - Organizations across all industries are under great pressure to quickly adapt to new market conditions. They need to transform their approach to systems engineering and software development to deliver new features and offerings faster and respond to feedback — continuously. Most of them have been experimenting with lean and agile principles to reach that goal. But many are still struggling to apply those best practices for small, co-located teams, much less get the full benefits at enterprise scale.
We’ve been paying attention and are focused on beefing up our approach and solution for adopting agility at scale. Here are some of the highlights available in Collaborative Lifecycle Management 6.0.5 to help you as you get started or continue to drive this kind of transformation across your enterprise. If you’re not adopting the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) methodology, please don’t stop reading, because there are things for you here regardless of the processes in place! [Read more....]
What’s new in IBM Rational Team Concert 6.0.5 - We’ve been busy working on three major themes in IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) 6.0.5. Click through to see a summary of each, along with a description of some integration enhancements that we’ve made. [Read more...]
What’s new in IBM Rational Quality Manager 6.0.5 - IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) v6.0.5 release comes with a set of new features in multiple areas such as manual testing, test execution tracking and reporting, automated test execution adapters or data spill redaction. Click through to read highlights of three of those new capabilities: email notifications, redlining manual tests, and manual step count. [Read more...]
What’s new in Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager 6.0.5 - We're happy to announce the release of IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager (RELM) 6.0.5. We continue to focus on simplifying various RELM usability aspects. Click through for the top 5 items you’ll find in this version of RELM. [Read more....]
What’s new in Rational Publishing Engine 6.0.5 and Jazz Reporting Service 6.0.5 - This was an amazing year for IBM Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) and we want to finish it with a splash. First, we released RPE 2.1.2 in June, 2017 with a lot of exciting enhancements and now, we are releasing RPE 6.0.5. Yes, you read this correctly. It is RPE 6.0.5. RPE now aligns its version number with the rest of the Continuous Engineering (CE) and Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) solutions. Click through to discover the three main features in RPE 6.0.5 [Read more....]
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