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CLM 6.0 iFix014 was made available for download on December 20th. This iFix contains fixes for 272 defects broken out for the following products:
For information about downloading this fix (and fixes available for other versions) please go here.
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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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IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager: Overview - In this demo you’ll learn about IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager. The video shows an overview of the main product capabilities. This video was recorded using IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager version 6.0.5. For more information, see Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager Overview: http
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Analyzing IoT device movement data - This tutorial by Dirk Schober is based on the Harlem Shake game that Romeo Kienzler developed and presented in his tutorial titled Create a fun, simple IoT accelerometer game. Kienzler's game uses simple movement data from a smartphone, streams the data to the cloud, captures the data in a Cloudant database, and then analyzes and determines the winner using IBM Data Science Experience. In this tutorial, we'll start with Kienzler's basics by also using IBM Cloud (formerly IBM Bluemix) and the IBM Watson IoT Platform services, including Node-RED, MQTT (in Watson IoT Platform), and Cloudant. [Read more...]
Downloadable resources: PDF of this content
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Learn how to create a document that shows the differences between two different versions of an IBM DOORS® Next Generation module. This video was recorded using IBM Rational Publishing Engine version 2.1.2. For more information, see Creating a comparison document: http
In this demo you’ll learn how to construct a URL to obtain JSON data from JIRA. You’ll then add the JSON schema in Rational Publishing Engine Document Studio and generate a document from a template designed to display JIRA issues. This video was recorded using IBM Rational Publishing Engine version 2.1.2. For more information, see Integrating JIRA with Rational Publishing Engine: http
What else did we improve in Collaborative Lifecycle Management 6.0.5 - key updates for client experience
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On December 4th 2017, we announced Now
The list below focuses not on the new product features, but instead, the key wins in the 6.0.5 release which will make life better for users and administators in particular.
There were two main focuses to address the complexity of backup strategies. There is now an inte
Typically, like buses, two articles are now available. We wrote a specific article on back
We now strongly encourage you to backup your DOORS Next Generation indices so as to lessen the likelihood of needing to run a repotools reindex.
Windows VM users can now consider using alternative performance settings for DOORS Next Generation
We have focused on DNG backup strategy mentioned above, so as to ensure that we do not need to run repotools reindex. This was in part prompted by the desire for Windows Virtual Machine(VM) users to be able to use a DNG
Guidance on adopting IBM CLM configuration management across the lifecycle
During the same time frame, there was a large intiative to provide guidance on adopting CLM lifecycle configurartion management. Tim Feeney's blog explains the new Bes
Validating and documenting on WebSphere Liberty Profile and Jazz Authorization Server (JAS)
It is now possible to authenticate using Smart Cards, or certificates (.p12) with Liberty:
and with JAS, see related article: Conf
We have also improved the formal IBM Knowledge Center on these topics, cross-linking so you don't need to find these additional resources: Conf
Last but not least, Mul
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Jazz Community sharing site:
A big thank you to the German User Group for creating a new public sharing site available to everyone - see Rolf Nelson's Intr
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Build a cognitive alert system for your IT operations - Monitoring tools today generally send alerts through incidents or email notifications. Often, though, IT teams need a more visually perceptive approach. For example, when an incident or email is received, or an action from an IT service management tool occurs, the IT operator needs either an audible signal on a speaker or a visual signal on a lamp. These types of alerts mean that operators no longer have to keep an eye on the screen or their smartphones.
Implementing a solution that integrates service management systems with these types of devices can be quite complex depending on the current architecture. This article by Juscelino Candido de lima Junior demonstrates how you can use a low-cost set of hardware (a Raspberry Pi in a TJBot robot) and Watson APIs, IBM Watson IoT Platform, and other IBM Cloud services to build a cognitive alert system for your IT operations. [Read more...]
Downloadable resources: PDF of the demo use case instructions
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Find great ways to develop smart and connected products and application lifecycle management solutions using our new Previews tool: http
In a preview, an expert guides you step-by-step through the various products in the IBM IoT continuous engi
How Previews Work - This video explains how to quickly and easily preview IBM Internet of Things continuous engineering products. Learn the various ways that you can use our fun instructional videos while getting some hand-on experience with each tool.
After watching the video above, head on over to our new Previews tool for more tool specific videos and information at: http
Once you’re in a product like Rational DOORS Next Generation or Rational Quality Manager, follow the guide around, then explore a fully-developed sample project like Adaptive Cruise Control on your own for a deeper experience and understanding.
What’s currently in Previews is just a start. We’ll continue to enhance it with more sample projects and more product demos so if you don’t see what you’re looking for, be sure to check back with us soon. If you’d like to provide feedback, send an email to email@example.com. We’d love to hear from you.
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Cheat sheet: what is blockchain? This guide by Jen Clark is for anyone who has ever nodded politely at the mention of blockchain, while secretly breaking into a cold sweat and praying for a change of subject. I hear you, my friend. Here to help is a no-nonsense, no-jargon explanation of what blockchain entails and what you might use it for.
Blockchain in a nutshell
...Before we start, here’s a spiel for you to memorize and regurgitate to the adulation of your friends: “A blockchain is a highly secure way of recording transactions and contractual agreements. It’s a tamper-resistant, digital ledger, visible to all the individuals, companies, service providers or other parties involved in a business transaction.”
Got it? Good. You now know more than most people. So, let’s take some time to go a little deeper.
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Preview Maximo Work Centers - Maximo Work centers provide simplified, user focused applications via visual, responsive designs! Become familiar with these new work centers TODAY by accessing the Maximo Preview site! This video shows you how to access this site to learn more details on their components and functionality. Video by Pam Denny, IBM Maximo Analytics Architect
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Are you planning an upgrade and looking for information about what product versions have reached or are about to reach their end of support?
There are a number of product vers
Below is a list of the most recent and upcoming End of Support dates for some of our Watson Internet of Things products.
This list was originally posted in September 2016 (see Plan
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If you have IoT devices in your home, or on your corporate network (or both), an IoT malware attack might have already happened to you. And if it has not happened, it almost certainly will. The truly frightening thing is that your devices might have already been attacked and compromised. And you might not even know. Article author J Steven Perry walks us through device anatomy, the attacks themselves, recent examples, and most importantly; How to protect ourselves!
Anatomy of an IoT malware attack - If you have IoT devices in your home, or on your corporate network (or both), they are under attack. They might have already been attacked and compromised. And you might not even know. In this article, I will address these three questions: What does an IoT device look like under the hood, what does an IoT malware attack look like, and what do you do to protect your IoT devices from attack? [Read more....]
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IoT 201: Building skills in IoT development - In the previous learning path, IoT 101: Getting started with IoT development, you got an overview of the concepts and skills that IoT developers need. In this IoT 201 learning path, you'll dig deeper into the skills you need to develop innovative IoT solutions. In this IoT 201 learning path, you're first introduced to some of the key tools and technologies for large-scale IoT development. Next, you'll explore IoT developer kits and IoT architectures. Then, you discover lessons learned in developing connected cities, an ultimate large-scale IoT project. Finally, this IoT 201 learning path culminates in a video-based tutorial where you get to build your next IoT project — a healthy habits tracker.
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In part 1 of these tutorials, you will learn how to set up a Raspberry Pi with sensors to monitor soil moisture, barometric pressure, and temperature. You will learn how to create an end-to-end flow from sensor to sharing data on social media, and start to extend the solution's functionality. Then, proceed to Part 2 to find out how to secure your Node-RED instance and autodeploy changes to the app. And in Part 3, you'll enhance the solution by building a client app that displays sensor data as a graph. All tutorials were authored by Bram Havers, Kai Well
Conserve water with the Internet of Things, Part 1 - This first tutorial in a three-part series shows how to build a low-cost hous
Conserve water with the Internet of Things, Part 2 - This second tutorial in a three-part series shows how to build a low-cost plant-monitoring solution based on Raspberry Pi. Secure the Node-RED app and set up automated deployment to Bluemix in response to code changes.
Conserve water with the Internet of Things, Part 3 - This third tutorial in a three-part series shows how to build a low-cost plant-monitoring solution based on Raspberry Pi. In this final installment, you'll build an HTML5 application that provides a visualization of the sensor data for desktop and mobile devices. You'll create an open data API to make the data available from the Cloudant data store.
Important: IBM Internet of Things Foundation (IoT Foundation) is now named IBM Watson IoT Platform. The Bluemix service names have also changed. This tutorial was written using previous service names and a previous version of the IBM Bluemix® interface. Given the rapid evolution of technology, some steps and illustrations may have changed. The content and images have not been updated. It is provided "as is." Given the rapid evolution of technology, some steps and illustrations may have changed as well.