While you should be able to get the list supported integrations with IBM Rational Team Concert in the System Requirements page for the particular version, did you also know there were great resources on integrating with Rational Team Concert with a number of other applications on the jazz.net site? Just check out this quick query to see how much content there really is: https://jazz.net/search_results.jsp?q=integrating+rtc#page=0&type=&q=integrating%2Brtc
But don't stop there, you can also use the jazz.net community for queries that both do and do not fall under IBM supported configurations for any Jazz based products. The Jazz.net community is supported by users of Jazz products, consultants, practitioners, Jazz developers, as well as our own technical support engineers, and is an open community for all to join and share their expertise!
Moreover, there are even great resources on how to get the most out of the Jazz.net forums! If you've not started participating yet, consider this your invitation to join in the conversations, ask questions, and even provide your own expertise to help others. You'll find value no matter how you participate!
The Invisible Thread blog post Stay ahead calls out the theme for Innovate 2013. On the surface, it seems simple enough, right? We all know we need to stay ahead in order to be successful... but the troubles come when we look into the logistics of what that all really means. Lucky for you (and us!) we have some amazing tracks lined up for the technical exchange at IBM Innovate 2013!
Just take a look at these tracks which will help you gain the specific skills, insights, and tangible ideas to keep you ahead and successful!
The Technical Exchange @Innovate tracks are:
Team collaboration, change and configuration management
What better way for you to stay ahead in your own career? By attending this awesome value-packed five-day event, you'll get up to date on the latest technical trends that are driving business today: DevOps, Agile development, Mobile, Cloud, Social Business, Big Data, development analytics and more. You will hear directly from your peers, IBM Business Partners and technical experts to gain insight into how IBM solutions can meet today’s evolving challenges… and help you turn opportunities into business results. But most importantly, you'll walk away with more skills, knowledge, and great network contacts to help you succeed in your day-today job roles!
Check out the Invisible Thread blog post for a few highlights we think you'll find particularly interesting, and register today to get the early bird discount!
Introduction to Linked Data Concepts and OSLC- An introduction to linked data concepts and how they apply to Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC).
OSLC Web Site: http://open-services.net
OSLC Primer: http://open-services.net/primer
OSLC Tutorial: http://open-services.net/tutorial
Eclipse Lyo 1.0: http://www.eclipse.org/lyo/
Steve Speicher's blog: http://stevespeicher.blogspot.com/
OSLC Core and Domain specifications: http://open-services.net/specifications/
There is so much great content to share this year! The following items went live on developerWorks Rational last week:
The value of effective requirements management in the nuclear energy industry
By: Paul L. Fechtelkotter, Global Business Segment Leader, Energy and Utilities, Rational software, IBM
How IBM addresses compliance and collaboration challenges in the nuclear energy industry
Back up Rational software user data for quick disaster recovery
By: Pranab Agarwal, Advisory Staff Software Engineer, IBM
How to configure peer-to-peer replication with Rational Directory Server (Tivoli Variant)
Products: Rational Change, Rational DOORS, Rational Synergy
Avoid manual configuration of applications under test with this Java utility
By: Amit Srivastava, Staff Software Engineer, IBM and Awanish Kumar Singh, Software Engineer, IBM
Configure applications programmatically in Rational Functional Tester for a client/server test environment
Product: Rational Functional Tester
Featured author- We are pleased to feature Contributing Author Ritesh Nigam
Ritesh Nigam is a senior software engineer with eight years of experience in software development. He has been working as a senior developer for IBM Rational Change for more than five years. He also has experience in Java, Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE), Perl, and web technologies, such as Dojo toolkit, Ajax, web services, OSLC, and change and configuration management.