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By adopting a cloud-based DevOps platform, IT organizations can realize business benefits faster by eliminating waste, automating non value-added tasks and shortening time from development to production of new applications with much more confidence. The goal is to simplify application development, testing and delivery by making hosting and other services immediately available for use. Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is a proven, codified, and publicly-facing knowledge base that is used to successfully scale Lean-Agile development in the larger software enterprise. Learn how to apply SAFe practices with IBM DevOps Services and Bluemix to capture requirements; develop, build and test; and quickly deploy to a production-like environment.
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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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The scope of this article is accelerating the design and development of Java Enterprise Applications that use mainstream technologies, such as Java Persistence API (JPA), Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) and Java API for RESTful Architecture. Following the principles of RESTful Architecture, I chose to model the Resources based on the entities that constitute the business domain. Enterprise Java Beans are used as an intermediate layer to take advantage of the transaction management support that they offer. IBM® Rational® Software Architect offers set of predefined model to code transformations that support development of Java Enterprise Applications with the mainstream technologies.
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Can your team rapidly task out a story? Quickly rank and manage your product backlog and iteration plans? Flexibly respond to change? View a demonstration of IBM Rational Team Concert's new Quick Planner agile planning interface from the developers who wrote it. See how you can use RTC Quick Planner to rapidly create work items, task out a story and easily manage iteration planning or run a daily standup scrum meeting. This session is targeted at agile developers, product owners and scrum masters.
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Changing hostnames is a common need and a common question we get in support. Hostname changes can often become problematic if not done correctly. Luckily, we have a top notch support team ready to help! In this case, support engineer Mallikarjuna Manoj Kandala has authored the foll
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How to do a silent install of IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT), or the RPT Load agent is a common topic. To do one on Linux is a bit trickier than on Microsoft Windows because most people are more familiar with Windows than Linux. Don't worry, it's still relatively easy and straight forward.
The approach I took was:
1. download IM 1.8.2 and the RPT 8.7 Agent repositories
2. copy from Windows machine to Linux machine using pscp, a Windows version of scp (secure copy)
3. install the standalone Installation Manager 1.8.2 for Linux
4. run that Installation Manager in GUI mode to create a response file needed for the silent install
5. then run Installation Manager from the command line using the response file generated in step 4 to install the agent silently.
Here's the steps
1. download IM 1.8.2 from htt
2. copy to Linux machine, I'm copying to /tmp/IM182
3. unzip on Linux machine to /tmp/IM182
[root@citmx373 IM182]# unzip age
4. install IM
[root@citmx373 IM182]# pwd
5. copy the agent to the Linux machine, I'm copying to /tmp/RPT87Agent
6. unzip it
[root@citmx373 RPT87Agent]# pwd
7. run IM in GUI mode to create a response file
[root@citmx373 eclipse]# pwd
8. Verify creation of response file
root@citmx373 eclipse]# ls /tmp
9. Do the silent install using the response file just created
[root@citmx373 eclipse]# pwd
10. Verify installation.
Check that the majordomo.config file exists and has the right hostname of the RPT workbench. Then check if the agent is started.
[root@citmx373 Majordomo]# pwd
11, Check agent status on RPT workbench by clicking on the agent status icon