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Link Validity — Coming in CLM version 6.0.1: As part of the Rational solution for Collaborate Lifecycle Management (CLM) version 6.0.1 we are introducing Link Validity, a new feature in DOORS Next Generation, Quality Manager, and Design Manager. In projects that have configuration management enabled, Link Validity can take advantage of the features that multi-stream development brings to the table.
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Robin notes about the tutorial creator: "Yianna Papadakis-Kantos authored another great tutorial for DOORS Next Generation. The tutorials she writes are always educational and helpful. You'd expect nothing less from a curriculum architect and instructional designer."
Take control of your requirements projects with Configuration Management- Author: Yianna Papadakis-Kantos
Get hands-on experience with IBM® Rational® DOORS® Next Generation and the configuration management capabilities it supports using the exercises in this tutorial and accessing DOORS Next Generation in the sandbox.
See the other top two tutorials here!
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For more information on this new feature add, head over to the IoT Developers blog post: Devices can now send events over HTTP to IoT Foundation
If you want to try out this support but haven’t signed up and created an organization then you can use the Quickstart service. Quickstart supports HTTP without security to allow you to quickly try things out. See the full documentation for HTTP/S support.
Device Management is now live in IoT Foundation as well! Check out this informative blog post to learn more about major new enhancement we’ve just made to the Internet of Things Foundation service. We call it Device Management, and it’s all about making it easy and efficient to manage lots of IoT devices.
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Maximo 7.6 - Maximo Management Interface Automation Script: Creating an automation script for MMI information by May On
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The cloud is everywhere, and it drastically changes the way information is stored and shared. Cloud computing forces organizations to apply new business models, and teams have to re-invent the way they develop and deliver applications. In this article, Jean-Louis Marechaux presents ten reasons why you should consider IBM Bluemix if you plan to create and deploy cloud applications. With extensive support for mobile and web applications, Bluemix provides all the services you need to your develop your next brilliant idea.
Bluemix is the IBM platform-as-service (PaaS) that combines the strength of IBM software, third-party and open technologies. Bluemix provides DevOps in the cloud -- an open, integrated development experience that scales. If you have heard about Bluemix capabilities, you may already feel that it would benefit your organization. But if you are not sure why, here is a list of reasons to consider Bluemix for your next application:
1. Cloud is mainstream
2. Microservices architecture
3. Catalog of reusable services
4. Alignment with the IBM DevOps approach
5. Comprehensive collaborative environment
6. Support for hybrid cloud strategy
7. Flexibility for development teams
8. Polyglot programming
9. Prototype apps in minutes
10. Easy deployment
Want deeper details on each reason and a bonus for starting to use the service? Read the full article here
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Utilizing Microsoft Excel with IBM Rational DOORS- Follow Chris Liverman as he takes you through utilizing DOORS and the DOORS database in doing impact analysis on DOORS requirements as well as update specifications and establish metrics using Microsoft Excel.
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Engineers from IoT Support have been hard at work producing white papers that help you navigate through some of the more advanced activities for Rational products. Here are some of the papers published.
Title: DOORS TFS Integrations Upgrade Process from TFS 2010 to TFS 2012
Thank you to Indraneel, Edwin, Krishna, Pallavi, Shinji, Krupa and Moria for their contributions!
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When TRIRIGA got started, the entire focus was to leverage web-based tools to improve process in Capital Projects. The short version was ‘stop sending data to everyone and start bringing everyone to the data. This allows the entire project lifecycle to be captured in a more portable way. The benefit to the contractor is savings in time and money via improved communication and greater procurement visibility. The benefit to the owner and end users is better information about what was done during the project, when and why.
Over the years, we have added an additional layer on top of the TRIRIGA project record type called “Program”. This new layer allows for greater funding control across projects and fits neatly with the observed behaviors of the majority of our institutional and government clients.
Understanding the value of project management is key to gaining value from the TRIRIGA Projects module. At the heart of a project, budgeting and task data are captured during the entire project lifecycle, allowing a given user a view into the pulse of the project. This information allows for more informed, more timely, decisions for both tasks and resource allocation. In addition, this real-time capture of plans vs actuals enable a clearer view of budgetary trends. Even more capability includes secondary functions, such as permitting, design control / validation, and formal risk management.
TRIRIGA Projects was developed and driven by necessity and has evolved into a powerful solution to capital project management that most organizations cannot live without.
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The latest IBM Rational License Key Server White Paper discusses best practices for the IBM Rational License Key Server (RLKS) 8.1.4.
This detailed white paper is geared towards IBM Rational License Key Administrators with information about best practices version 8.1.4, as well as lower versions.
This whitepaper should be relevant to our Continuous Engineering focused clients running DOORS, DOORS Next Gen, DOORS WebAccess, Rhapsody, and Requirements Composer, since all IBM Rational products require a license of some type: http
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IBM has launched a completely new digital experience to get started with the Internet of Things.
This site is the single place where everyone can go through the learning, trying and buying experience of IBM’s Internet of Things capabilities. Visit today to get started with the Internet of Things, try IoT Foundation, explore our solutions and offerings, and start playing with IoT for free.
You'll fall in love with the capabilities offered, and better yet: we can support you as you grow from 10 devices to millions of devices with our portfolio of IoT offerings.
Get started today by checking out the featured demos, piloting our IoT Foundation offering for free from the IoT website, and signing up for the stellar webcast session available.
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From the IBM Redbooks' 5 Things blog, Moisés Domínguez García outlines 5 Things to know about code development.
From high-level coding concept to code delivery, Moisés tackles the complete paradigm and golden rules. Read more to get the outline view and bullet points, and then find further detailed information in the IBM Redbooks publ
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The goal of developerWorks Premium is to help developers succeed in the Cognitive Era, so we are VERY excited to see the potential IoT benefits in deve
developerWorks Premium is a 12-month, all access membership to a unique combination of tools, skill building and partner networks. Developers get access to the entire catalog of Bluemix services, including IoT Real Time Insights service. There's also an online library of IoT-focused videos, books and podcasts.
To learn more watch the video below about dW Recipes.
At developerWorks Recipes from IBM, novices and experienced developers can access and contribute powerful IoT recipes. This step-by-step tutorial offers a head start on IoT or other applications that connect hardware, run analytics, use machine learning and more. Once you're ready, get started at
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Maximo 7.6 - Maximo Management Interface Overview - An overview of the Maximo Management Interface APIs by May On
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What is Internet of Things Workbench?
IoTWB is a cloud-based design tool for IoT System Integration engineers to visually design, integrate, simulate, test and deploy end-to-end Internet of Things systems. We are collaborating with IoT developers to understand the pain points, the needs and the opportunities in this space, and looking for innovative way to increase the quality and security of IoT systems while improving the productivity of IoT system development.
Initially, we are focusing on the following aspects:
1. Design & Simulate an end-to-end IoT System - rapid prototyping of IoT system using simple visual design techniques and verification of the system behavior via easy-to-use simulation.
How can you be involved?
IoTWB is released as experimental service in IBM Bluemix and you can test it first hand by exploring IoTW
Want to learn more? Feel free to contact us at at
Take Care, Fariz Saracevic (@FarizSaracevic)
IBM Internet of Things Workbench Product Manager
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As seen on the Jazz.net blog: A DevOps transformation
Mario Maldari and Albert Tabachnik take you through the journey of a system test organization in transforming itself into a continuous delivery, DevOps model. In a DevOps Continuous Engineering environment, with accelerated timescales, it is ever more important to focus testing efforts on those features and platforms that are most critical to your customers. The Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) system test organization challenged itself to transform to meet the demands of our business and our clients. We started off by analyzing our time investment, and shifting our focus to areas that needed greater investment. We optimized and standardized on a set of “Golden Topologies” that represent a core set of topologies used by our customers. We invested in our automated deployments, effectively streamlining our server setup and deploy process. We moved to a “solution test” model and streamlined our resources and test scenarios. Once the foundation of our transformation was laid down, we began automating our scenarios and running them daily in the pipeline, while allowing testers to focus on other areas. Overall, our transformation has allowed us to better react to how our development teams operate, as well as align our testing with how our customers deploy and use our solution...