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Announcing the General Availability of Rational License Key Server version 8.1.2. This release extends the "Borrow" capability to Rational products so that you can 'borrow' a license for an extended period of time and continue working while disconnected from the network. Please refer to the Rational Common Licensing Information Center for more information on Borrow and how to use it on different platforms. In addition, this release focused on defect and APAR fixe
You can download RLKS 8.1.2 here: http Select the appropriate option, then scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Continue". Follow the instruction to progress through the rest of the selection and download steps. IBM Rational License Key Serv
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Following are the latest in downloads released by Rational last week between Sept 13th, 2011 and today:
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It is a multimedia extravaganza today, compliments of our IBM Jazz friends. The first two are nice short tours and overviews of key products and features, while the third is a lengthier keynote from our Innovate 2011 event covering Integration that matters and the Five Imperatives of ALM. Enjoy!
Rational Quality Manager Version 3.0.1 Tour Rational Quality Manager helps organizations optimize project quality with a single, shared test management hub that provides integrated lifecycle support across virtually any platform and type of testing.
Rational Quality Manager helps organizations optimize project quality with a single, shared test management hub that provides integrated lifecycle support across virtually any platform and type of testing.
This video provides an overview of the Domain Toolkit Editor in Design Management 3.5 M1.
"Integration that Matters" Innovate 2011 Keynote - June 7 2011
June 7, 2011 Keynote session from IBM Innovate 2011 in Orlando Florida. Integration the Matters and the Five Imperatives of ALM Introduced by comedian Felicia Day. The leaders from IBM Rational development labs highlight new advancements in the areas of application lifecycle management, design management, and enterprise modernization. Scott Rich, the technical lead of the IBM Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management effort, closes the session by reflecting on how the IBM Rational team has implemented their Collaborative Lifecycle Management solution, how it helped to transform siloed teams towards an integrated team, and how this process resulted in an improvements to the solution itself.
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Here are some more wonderful articles and a new blog highlighted this week over on developerWorks Rational this week:
Scale load balancing by configuring Rational DOORS Web Access
Test terminal-based applications automatically with Rational Functional Tester
New: Agile Antswers blog This week we are also highlighting the following item on our home page and product pages that you may find of interest.
This week we are also highlighting the following item on our home page and product pages that you may find of interest.
We are also thrilled to feature Contributing Author Tilak Mitra
Tilak Mitra lives in the city of Coconut Creek in the sunshine state, Florida. Professionally, he does enterprise-scale, complex IT architectures, designs software, and builds systems, primarily within the industrial sector. When he is not leading teams on client engagements, he evangelizes how a service orientation can be leveraged as a means to foster building business-aligned, resilient IT systems. When he is not at work, he satiates his passion for sports through the game of cricket, which he actively plays, braving the Florida sun for seven hours on weekends. He carries his favorite Nikon D7000 as his lens into the world of the creativity of nature and human behavior. Tilak has written close to 25 technical articles and has co-authored two books: SOA Governance: Achieving and Sustaining Business and IT Agility (IBM Press, 2008) and Executing SOA: A Practical Guide for the Service-Oriented Architect (IBM Press, 2008), both of which are available on on Amazon. Reach him at email@example.com.