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Application Lifecycle Management, also known as ALM, is not a new phrase in software development, but perhaps one with which you are still not entirely familiar. ALM can help improve lifecycle collaboration and software development efficiency. How, you may be asking? Why through diligent application of the five imperatives for ALM, of course!
CM Crossroads has just published an article featuring our Collaborative Lifecycle Management Solution, titled "Five Imperatives of ALM", written by our very own Carolyn Pampino!
Not only does the article detail the benefits of ALM in general, but it also demonstrates how IBM Rational has raised the bar for ALM solutions by articulating five imperatives backed by proof points showing how our integrated product offerings meet those imperatives.
So go on, check out Carolyn's content rich article on CM Crossroads... we hope you enjoy it as much as we have! You can find the article here:
And don't forget to check out our other C/ALM content on the Jazz.net library where we will also publish a .pdf version of Carolyn's Five Imperatives soon! Just point your browser to: http
There, you'll find more great articles like:
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Title: Migrating to IBM Rational DOORS 9.x configured to use Rational Directory Server
Title: Deploying IBM Rational DOORS for HP Quality Center Interface
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Check out these new white papers from Rational Support that cover integrations involving Rational Quality Manager, Rational Publishing Engine, and Rhapsody:
Abstract: The whitepaper introduces the basics of using IBM Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) to extract data from IBM Rational Rhapsody. RPE helps in creating reports to represent data in a user friendly format. This white paper is useful for project support team, system and software engineers, and also for the program and project managers.
Released: August 10, 2012
Author: Rajesh Singh
Abstract: This white paper highlights the integration of IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) with the STAF and STAX Automation Framework. Using this integration, you can centrally manage the client machines and trigger the automation from within Rational Quality Manager. This white paper is useful for those who want to use RQM as the tool for running and maintaining the test execution.
Released: August 21, 2012
Author: Rajat Pratap Singh
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Abstract: You can leverage your investment in IBM Rational ClearCase and enhance it with agile planning, work item execution and change management with IBM Rational Team Concert. This document provides information about the necessary requirements and identifies resources that will assist you in setting up the integration.
Released: November 30, 2012
Author: Christopher Guild
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CM Server and CCRC Backup and Restoration Guidelines
Having a strategy and high-level procedures in place for an upgrade from
version 7.0.1.x to version 7.1.x.x of Rational ClearCase and Rational
ClearQuest can greatly assist administrators who are responsible for
upgrading these products in an existing environment.
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There are some new white papers from Rational Support that cover integrations for ClearQuest, DOORS, Focal Point, and Rational Publishing Engine. There are also two new white papers for Rational Licensing. Check them out!
Abstract: This white paper covers the configuration steps for the Rational ClearQuest Web and Rational DOORS Web Access integration with SSL enabled. You can use this integration to create links and enable traceability between a Rational DOORS requirement and a Rational ClearQuest change request. Open Services Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) provides the integration between the two products.
Released: November 1, 2012
Abstract: This white paper provides you with the details on the architecture of integrations between Rational Focal Point and Rational Publishing Engine. This white paper also describes how to customize report templates in Rational Publishing Engine Studio based on your reporting needs in Rational Focal Point. This white paper outlines the benefits, advantages, and scope of the integration.
Released: October 19, 2012
Abstract: Rational License Key Server backup alternatives exist to keep your critical Rational applications up and running. The backup alternatives also to reduce downtime from unplanned outages. This white paper covers different methods to establish backup recovery.
Released: October 15, 2012
Abstract: This white paper describes how Rational Token based licensing works. This paper includes information on token based license advantages, license key generation, logging, and best practices.
Released: October 24, 2012
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Abstract: The IBM Rational Developer for System z (RDz) Server Health Checklist is a guide to aid with the installation and configuration of RDz. This document is a supplement and not a replacement for the existing RDz publications.
Released: June 11, 2013
Authors: Roger Newton
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Check out the newest white paper from Rational Client Support, a licensing paper by support engineer Karthik!
Abstract: This white paper paper describes the different type of licenses for IBM Rational products and effective ways of managing license files for these products.
Released: June 7th, 2013
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Publisher: Matthew Quimby
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Abstract: This white paper provides information on the new Load Generation Agent feature in Rational Performance Tester (RPT) V8.3. The feature is a replacement of Agent Controller. The white paper covers topics including installation, configuration, and troubleshooting.
Released: March 22, 2013
Authors: Kevin Mooney, Richard Ptasnik
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Performance test results for scalability of Rational System Architect 11.4, by Kevin P Calandrella and Ryan R. Schmitz
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Accelerate the design and development of Java Enterprise Applications- This article shows how to apply Model Driven Architecture principles to accelerate the design and development of Java Enterprise Applications that use mainstream technology, such as Java Persistence API, Enterprise Java Beans and Java API for RESTful Web Services. It investigates each step of the model-driven development process from the initial domain design to the generation of EJB 3.0 and JAX-RS design and implementations.
The scope of this article is accelerating the design and development of Java Enterprise Applications that use mainstream technologies, such as Java Persistence API (JPA), Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) and Java API for RESTful Architecture. Following the principles of RESTful Architecture, I chose to model the Resources based on the entities that constitute the business domain. Enterprise Java Beans are used as an intermediate layer to take advantage of the transaction management support that they offer. IBM® Rational® Software Architect offers set of predefined model to code transformations that support development of Java Enterprise Applications with the mainstream technologies.