Scale Agile Development Using Mixed Tools via Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapters- Leverage agility and integration in an heterogeneous environment...
The Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapters extend Rational's ALM solution to include a number of third-party tools. These adapters allow customers to practice ALM in a mixed tool environment and incrementally adopt Rational products while leveraging their current investments in other lifecycle tools. This webcast presents the latest additions and updates to the adapters offering and discusses what types of customer situations are being targeted by these new capabilities.
Rational Quality Manager v4.x: Best Practices in Manual Testing- In this video presentation, Dennis Schultz and Joshua Burton take you through an introduction to manual testing with Rational Quality Manager v4, and beyond, including test case designs, recording manual tests, and augmenting manual tests with automation.
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But wait, there's more! Don't stop at just the introduction! Check out the four additional videso linked below for even more in-depth guides for using IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager to its fullest:
Browse Products in IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, v4.0.6- The Products tour shows the Browse Products screen and describes typical usage of that screen in the context of a scenario. Other functionality in IBM® Rational® Engineering Lifecycle Manager is discussed where Products features flow into other areas of the tool, such as importing files, versioning, branching, and integrating with Rational Team Concert.
Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Foundations- In this webinar, Dean Leffingwell describes how to Be Agile-Scale Up-Stay Lean and Have more Fun with the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), a publicly accessible knowledge base of proven Lean and Agile practices for enterprise-class software development. He approaches the problem from the perspectives of Lean thinking and principles of product development flow, illustrating how these core principles help deliver business results at scale, while keeping the development system (and the enterprise) lean and able to responsive rapidly to changing market needs. In addition, enterprises applying the framework have been getting better results, and since winning is more fun, Leffingwell will also describe some of the positive changes to corporate culture that occur when an enterprise is experiencing success with scaled Lean and Agile methods.