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This article is regarding Rational CLM integration with JIRA, able to get the information that JIRA can be integrated with CLM containers (RRC, RTC and RQM) with Rational Adapter for JIRA.
Advantages of RTC and JIRA Integration
Following are some of the benefits that an organization will get by integrating RTC with JIRA:
As per the topology, JIRA application is installed on a single application server and the CLM applications are also installed on a single application server.
For example: Standard Topology
The JIRA application server communicates with the CLM application server through server friend relationships. The adapter resolves links from CLM work items back to the JIRA server.
As long as the JIRA application can connect or ping to the repository you may install it on the same machine or another server
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More on our “Integrations theme”…
Introducing one of our most recent articles which expands the scope of integrations from ALM core to include all of the Systems Middleware tooling that applies in the context of the Golden Integration Scenarios. It expands on ALM Core to define the additional set of products that play a role in the integration scenarios.
Check out the full article here: ALM Middleware Core Solution
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Continuing with our “Integrations theme” this week is our next article which discusses those “Golden” integration scenarios derived from the original scenarios developed with customers (found here: Customer Scenarios). It includes top integration scenarios that you can review to ensure an improved experience through the development of clear and concise documentation, validation plans, and the identification and ultimate closure of gaps in the integrations involved.
Check out the full article here: Integration: Golden Integration Scenarios
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Continuing on the topic of Integrations as covered in our previous post Integrations with CLM and SSE solutions – where to start…
Our next article provides scenarios that were captured through direct collaboration with our customers. It includes pre-deployment install and upgrade scenarios for new inst
Check out the full article here: Integration: Customer Scenarios
Also, check back over the next few days for more on our “Integrations theme”.
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If you are looking for some help in getting started with integrations supported in the CLM and SSE solutions, you may want to check this article: Integration: Where to start?.
The Integration topics in the article (and in related sections) are intended to provide information about integrations supported in the Collaborative Lifecycle Management and Systems and Software Engineering solutions in terms of technology, maturity, and ability to support some high priority usage scenarios. It will focus initially on the ALM Core solution set of products, ensuring that the integrations are accurately and completely documented and validated for the scenarios identified. The focus will grow over time to include integrations with other IBM tools in the context of, and with third-party tools that have been identified as high priority by customers.
It starts with a description of ALM Core and continues on from there: