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We have published two new white papers. The first is for the collaborative integration between Rational Team Concert and Rational Rhapsody. The second covers the date based licensing feature available with Telelogic based Rational products.
Author: Rohan De Noronha
Abstract: This white paper is describes the process of integrating Rational Rhapsody with Rational Team Concert. The white paper demonstrates the collaboration aspects between the two tools in terms of parallel and agile development.
Released: November 28, 2011
Author: Lipsmita Mohanty
Abstract: Some of the Telelogic products under the IBM Rational brand use a date based version license mechanism. The intent of this white paper is to answer questions related to date based licenses and renewals.
Released: November 29, 2011
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The following articles, trials, webcasts, and featured contributing author highlights all went live on developerWorks Rational in the past two weeks. You won't want to miss these great resources!
Install the DB2 database included in Rational ClearQuest for better support
Create or automatically generate baselines from multiple RequisitePro projects
Case study of the Rational Harmony systems engineering process, Part 1
Case study of the Rational Harmony systems engineering process, Part 2
This week we are highlighting the following items on the developerWorks Rational home page and product pages that you may find of interest:
We are also very pleased to feature Contributing Author Steve Speicher
Steve Speicher is an IBM Senior Technical Staff Member who focuses on Rational change management solutions and integrations. He is the lead for the Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) Core and Change Management areas, which deliver open REST and Linked Data specifications, as well as implementations within the Rational change management products. Steve formerly worked in emerging standardization efforts in healthcare and compound documents (W3C). He received an IBM Software Group Master Inventor award in 2009.
As is the custom this time of year, those of us in the United States, and the expats living abroad are likely deep in the midsts of celebrating a day of thanks by feasting upon a traditional Turkey dinner with all the trimmings.
Of course that means the Rational Support North American crew is largely, if not entirely out of the office today and tomorrow (Nov 24th and 25th). Likewise, the blog will be quiet tomorrow as well to give us some rest from today's feasting
To our entire global audience of clients and IBMers alike, we wish you the best today and are extremely thankful you have chosen to follow us here on Notes from Rational Support, and more so that you've found our efforts to be beneficial to your end goals. Cheers to you all!