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What’s new in IBM Engineering Requirements and Test Management 188.8.131.52 – Availability of the IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS Next v184.108.40.206 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 220.127.116.11 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 18.104.22.168 and Rhapsody 8.4 – There are enhancements in this release of Engineering Systems Design (ESD) Rhapsody Model Manager (ESD RMM) 22.214.171.124 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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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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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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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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Looking to find out what is new and how to get started using Lifecycle Query Engine (LQE) data sources in version 126.96.36.199?
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There is a wealth of knowledge and insights we’ve been able to gather from various CLM deployment experiences. We’ve incorporated a lot of those insights into the Deployment wiki on jazz.net. From there you will find information gathered from the experiences of our deployment experts in development as well as services, support, partners and of course, our customers.
You can find further details about some of the most recent updates provided in this post: Noteworthy technical deployment insights recently captured on the deployment wiki
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The new release of IBM Engineering Reporting 188.8.131.52 introduces some quality improvements and enhancements to the reporting applications.
Here are some highlights of what you will find in this new release:
Jazz Reporting Service (JRS)
Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Publishing (PUB) V184.108.40.206 (previously Rational Publishing Engine)
Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights V220.127.116.11 (previously IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager)
For further information about the product renames, see Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio
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There have been some exciting improvements in the latest v18.104.22.168 release of IBM Engineering Workflow Management (also known as IBM Rational Team Concert).
Key areas of focus for this release have been quality, enterprise agile and enhanced usability and scalability.
Here are some of the improvements you will see in this release:
Check out further details from Rolf Nelson, our Offering Manager for IBM Engineering Workflow Management (a.k.a. RTC), in What’s New in IBM Engineering Workflow Management v22.214.171.124 (RTC)
For a list of all the features in the release, see http
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This blog post is meant to share announcement information about upcoming IBM Continuous Engineering product name changes.
The list below highlights some of the function name changes. An extended list is available in Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio.
For answers to the following questions as well as additional information about the renames, see Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio
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Program Board - Rational Team Concert 126.96.36.199
Program Board - Rational Team Concert 188.8.131.52 - This video demonstrates the new Program Board feature available in Rational Team Concert 184.108.40.206.
A new Program Board application is available from the plans menu. The Program Board shows the relationship between blocked by and depends on relationships for a set of work items scoped to a given timeline and project. It is useful for quickly identifying if there is a work item in your project that has a dependency on another work item but is attempting to be delivered or planned for a later sprint. In SAFe methodology, the Program Board provides transparency and visibility of the dependencies and enables the organization to address these by ensuring that features are delivered early enough in various sprints to avoid delays in delivery. The Program Board graphical visualization of dependencies can be used with any methodology (not just SAFe) that has parent child relationships and uses the blocked by and depends-on feature of work items to denote dependencies.
Note: If you have seen the RTC 6.0.6 technical preview of this feature, you will notice a considerable amount of changes in this release.
For additional information see:
Query Organization Using Tags - Rational Team Concert 6 0 6 1
Query Organization Using Tags - Rational Team Concert 6 0 6 1 - This video demonstrates the new web-based tagged queries feature in Rational Team Concert 220.127.116.11
This release adds the ability to organize work item queries by using tags. This feature is available as a technical preview. This feature supports grouping queries by tags on the My Queries and Shared Queries tabs. The tags can represent a hierarchy of folders. For example, the tag 18.104.22.168 / iFix003 / verification (release / iFix / type) displays with a root of 22.214.171.124, a child iFix003, and a nested child verification. You can organize your queries with new tags or existing tags.
For more details on the feature, see [CCM] Query organization using tags in web client - Technology Preview (472270)
To provide feedback on the feature, add a comment in [CCM] Query organization using tags in web client GA (474454)