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Itaú Unibanco, one of the largest banks in Latin America and among the top ten financial institutions in the world, started a large transformation program that changes the traditional way that teams deliver software. The new model introduces agile practices to transform the entire IT department. Some challenges with this program includes review of organizational roles and responsibilities; engaging executives in this new approach; and dealing with scaling factors like outsourced development, larger teams, technically complex environments and compliance and regulatory requirements. Itaú is considering Disciplined agile delivery (DAD) as a core framework to help with scaling, and the Jazz platform will be used to support work governance.
Reedy Feggins, IT Specialist - IBM Rational Software
Reedy Feggins is the Senior Solution Architect for IBM Rational DevOps. Feggins has more than 20 years experience in DevOps, collaborative application development, architecture, software testing and leading-technology adoption. He has implemented enterprise software and development solutions and has lead large-scale (400+ applications) DevOps adoptions using IBM UrbanCode Deploy for the financial and IT sectors. Feggins has developed UrbanCode enterprise architecture, application blueprints and resource reuse strategies to accelerate project onboarding.
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Deep Dive Data Warehouse Reporting using the Jazz Reporting Service- The Jazz Reporting Service is the new reporting solution from IBM Rational Software developed on top of the Jazz integration platform and is intended to support the authoring of custom reports for the Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution. A previous articles around Jazz Reporting Service covered reporting using the build in query builder [Haumer 2014], which allows end users to create their own reports almost right away with simple drag-and-drop gestures and selections. Another article [Shaw 2014] went one step further and demonstrated how to use theStructured Query Language (SQL) editor to modify and refine the underlying SQL statement that were generated by the query builder introducing some more advanced features.
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From the Jazz team blog: IBM Rational Publishing Engine 2.0 M5 Beta – Improved document styling. We’re glad to announce that the Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) 2.0 Beta on Bluemix has been updated to the M5 build!
There is no registration or special process required in order to access the beta. Aside from announcing this update, the intention of this post is to provide a little extra help to those looking for guidance on getting started using the RPE 2.0 M5 Beta via some helpful resources. We’ll also touch on what’s new in this build of the beta.
Read the full blog post for the goals of the beta and more from the Jazz team here: http
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Ralph Schoon (Unleash The Labs, Leading Technical Sales Professional ) provides two great no-nonsense views into starting up with projects in IBM BlueMix on his external blog rsja
Getting started with BlueMix - Ralph blogs about his experiences with BlueMix and provides some detailed information to help you get started as well: "Recently everyone has their heads in the clouds and I decided to have a peek to find out what it is all about. So I started looking into it. This post is a summary of my first experiences with the IBM BlueMix Cloud Computing offering and how I got started with developing my first applications for it..."
Using RTC to Work with DevOps Services and With Bluemix - Ralph blogs again with a deeper dive into BlueMix and Eclipse that builds upon the post above: "I recently had a look into Bluemix and how to use it with Eclipse to develop cloud applications. The blog post also mentions that there is an integration to DevOps Services that enables to use work items for planning. It also allows to use GIT or Jazz SCM to manage the source code. Recently I had a look into how that works and I would like to share here what I learned. This post assumes you have performed the first steps to setup your environment following the Getting started With Bluemix post already...."
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CLM License Server idle standby deployment with CLM Licenses on 2 servers (Primary and Backup).