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The ability to move single atoms - the smallest particles of any element in the universe - is crucial to IBM's research in the field of atomic memory. But even nanophysicists need to have a little fun. In that spirit, IBM researchers used a scanning tunneling microscope to move thousands of carbon monoxide molecules (two atoms stacked on top of each other), all in pursuit of making a movie so small it can be seen only when you magnify it 100 million times. A movie made with atoms. Learn more about atomic memory, data storage and big data at
Today, it takes roughly one million atoms to store a single bit of data on a computer or electronic device. A bit is the basic unit of information in computing that can have only one of two values, one or zero. Eight bits form a byte. Recently, IBM Research announced it can now store that same bit of information in just 12 atoms.
From 1,000,000 to 12 - that’s a dramatic breakthrough that not only has the potential to make our computers and devices smaller and more powerful, but also holds enormous implications for the way entire industries operate.
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It's been a bit since we last shared the wonderful content coming out of developerWorks. But have no fear, we're back with a sizable list of amazing articles to help you! So, without further delay, the following items went live on developerWorks Rational recently:
Integrate Rational Focal Point with Collaborative Lifecycle Management applications
Reporting on related Collaborative Lifecycle Management work items
Blog post - Try before you buy: 3 ways to try Rational software
Tips for using the Load Generation Agent in performance testing
Using engine room and kernel IO data in performance test analysis
Debug entry control blocks created by custom communication packages on z/TPF
Improve server response time for populating list box values
Configure the Lifecycle Query Engine to improve queries
Develop applications in the cloud using Rational IDE software
Be smart with virtualization, Part 1
Access your private infrastructure securely from a public cloud environment
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What is it, you ask? Clarity comes in the form of the Software Product Compatibility Reports tool: an innovative tool designed to allow you to easily generate custom reports about compatible IBM software combinations.
Using this tool, you may create reports about a product's compatibility with operating systems, prerequisite software or virtualization environments. You may also use this tool to tailor-make graphical reports about a set of product's end of service dates.
The Software Product Compatibility Reports tool is available for you today at: http
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Available on the IBMRationalSupport YouTube channel, a series of tutorials on Rational ClearQuest Designer! You can find all eleven videos, nearly an hour's worth of schema designing goodness, in this playlist:
In this video below from the playlist is a
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Using IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation's Rich Client Interface- In this video, narrator and Rational DOORS NG technical specialist Jon Walton walks you through using IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation's Rich Client Interface. The Rich Client interface varies from the web client interface in many significant ways. Jon shows you tips and tricks to using the interface, including many of the improvements that have been made since DOORS v9.x.
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If you've not checked out Jazz.net recently, here's some of the great content you may have missed over the course of this month. There's a wide breadth of content types below, ranging from betas to videos, workarounds and known issues to workshops. There's something for everyone on jazz.net; we hope this will help you find what you need:
Rational Test Workbench Mobile Tester (version 8.5. Beta 2)- The mobile test capabilities of IBM Rational Test Workbench automate the creation, execution, and analysis of functional tests for mobile and web-based applications. [Read More]
Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management Traceability Templates with Rational Publishing Engine- This article and the accompanying Rational Publishing Engine templates describe at a high level the required template elements and the configuration of those elements for traversing Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) traceability links in a report document produced by Rational Publishing Engine. [Read More]
Workarounds: Jazz Team Server problems in the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management 4.0.2- This article lists the known problems, workarounds, and limitations related to the Jazz Team Server functionality in the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management 4.0.2 release. [Read More]
Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management 4.0.1 Reporting Workshop- This workshop is intended as an update to the CLM 2011 Reporting Workshop which provided insight into some of the details of the reporting components introduced with the CLM 2011 release. In this update, we will cover what's new with reporting in CLM 4.0, provide some additional exercises as well as include some links to tutorials and videos that have been created since the CLM 2011 release. - [Read More]
Integrating IBM Rational Requirements and HP ALM with Rational Lifecycle Adapters- If you use HP Application Lifecycle Management software (HP ALM) for quality management, you can use the IBM Rational Adapter for HP ALM to integrate data with Rational Requirements Composer, Rational DOORS Next Generation, Rational Team Concert, or Rational ClearQuest. Developers, testers, and analysts can then work in their own tools and collaborate with each other by using linked resources. The adapters also integrate the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) with selected non-IBM software. The first release includes adapters for HP ALM, Atlassian JIRA, and Git software. [Read More]
Using IBM Rational Team Concert with HP ALM- This video demonstrates how users of IBM Rational Team Concert can integrate their HP ALM work by using the IBM Rational Lifecycle Adapter for HP Application Lifecycle Management, or HP ALM. [Read More]
Be smart with virtualization- If you're currently using virtualization methods with IBM Rational software, is everything working as smoothly as you expected? Three IBM experts explain the Rational perspective on virtualization and the key requirements for virtualized environments to get optimal performance from Rational applications. They also share details of two case studies and troubleshooting tips. [Read More]
Rational Requirements Management 4.0.1 sizing and tuning guide- This document covers the results of the scalability and performance tests conducted in a RRC-only deployment. Scalability results may vary when introducing other CLM applications. [Read More]
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Do you love the videos from IBM Education Assistant, but are only interested in certain products?
Then you'll be happy to hear that as of May 1st all IBM Education Assistant information will be posted on product-specific and brand-specific Twitter feeds and Facebook pages.
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Here are eight great reasons from our friends at the Innovate blog showing you why you should attend Innovate 2013:
But we here in Rational support have even better news for you! Because we are part of the Blue Galaxy initiative, we've got a special $300 discount to Innovate 2013 for our social followers. Use promo code BLGLXY13 to cash in on the savings when you regi
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High-Level Usability of IBM Rational Requirements Management Application, Part 1- In this video, IBM Rational Client Technical Specialist Jon Walton walks you through the high-level usability of the IBM Rational Requirements Management application, including the Requirements Composer and DOORS Next Generation products.
High-Level Use of IBM Rational Requirements Management (RM) Application, Part 2- In this video, IBM Rational Client Technical Specialist Jon Walton walks you through the high-level usability of the IBM Rational Requirements Management application, including the Requirements Composer and DOORS Next Generation products.