|After reading this whitepaper, you will learn how to use the newProfile Tooling workflow introduced in Rational Software Architect andRational Software Modeler version 7.5 and later, including: |
Custom Domain Modeling with UML Profiles
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Katur stopped by this afternoon to show off his new Redbook: Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management with IBM Rational Products, written in collaboration with other good peeps, several of which I've had the pleasure of working with. Katur Patel and Brianna Smith currently work in Rational Client Support.
It's 600+ pages of fun and excitement featuring Build Forge, ClearCase, ClearQuest, ReqPro, and introducing Rational Quality Manager, Rational Requirements Composer Rational Software Analyzer and Rational Team Concert.
From the back cover:
In this book, we provide a reference scenario and tool architectures for deploying the new IBM Rational products into an existing enterprise environment. We also provide a set of blueprints that define each of the key disciplines in the development life cycle to help you understand the domain and how the Rational products support the need of that discipline. Our primary focus is to highlight the value of CALM by providing a user view of the solution that is used to support a distributed enterprise development team that incorporates aspects of the "Agility-at-Scale" approach.
Get yours here - download a PDF or order your own hard copy.
We're in the process of scheduling more open mics, and we have dates and topics for two more!
RSA Open Mic
April 2, 2009, 2pm EDT
UCM Open Mic
April 21, 2009, 1pm EDT
Subscribe to our Open Mic page to get the latest and greatest as it's updated. More information will be forthcoming on these and other open mics/webcasts.
IBM Rational Software Architect (RSA) Support would like to invite you to the first RSA Open Mic conference call.
Title: RSA Open Mic Call
Date: Thursday, April 2, 2009
Time: 2pm-3pm Eastern Time
Topic: General RSA Support Issues
Conference telephone numbers:
Participants, Tie: 650-9010
Participants, Toll: 719-457-2703
Participants, Toll free: 888-293-6966
Confirmation Code: 3296418
To help ensure your conference begins in a timely manner, please try todial in 5 to 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.
The intent of this conference is to have a casual discussion with IBMRational Support, to share thoughts, ideas, and information to allattendees. This will be a phone conference only; there will be noaccompanying webcast. This discussion will not cover future productdirection or the status/progress on open RFEs, APARs or PMRs.
The conference will be moderated to keep the call moving and toappropriately triage issues/concerns to PMRs as needed. This may meancertain problems will need to be taken offline for additional researchor specific expertise.
Anyone planning on attending that would like to offer a question oridea for discussion beforehand, or anyone who cannot attend and wouldlike a question or thought added to the discussion, please post here onthis dW forum thread. Every effort will be made to speak to all items postedhere, time permitting, in the conference. We are looking forward to agreat discussion.
For additional detail on the Rational Open Mic Program please see Link: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27015073
From Bill Penny, Knowledge Manager:
It has been a busy release time in the AM space, so I wanted to make you aware of three new RSARTE (Rational Software Architect RealTime Edition) whitepapers that I have collaborated on with development and just published.
These documents will be referenced both from the RSARTE support web page as well as from within the RSARTE InfoCenter.
PRE-Migration Best Practices from Rose RealTime to Rational Software Architect RealTime Edition 7.5.2
Migration Best Practices from Rose RealTime to Rational Software Architect RealTime Edition 7.5.2
Migrating Rational Software Architect Models to Rational Software Architect RealTime Edition
Thank you, Bill!