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For a Rational License server ( version v 8.1.2 or above ) to work properly using IPv6 addresses, all systems in an enterprise (including the network hardware and software) must be configured properly to support communication using IPv6 addresses.
Before testing or deploying a Rational Common Licensing-supported or -based application that supports IPv6 or IPv4/IPv6 dual communication, make sure that all systems on the network can communicate successfully. If the license server will run under any of the following operating systems, it can communicate with clients using either IPv4 or IPv6 (as long as the network is configured properly).
Because these operating systems support dual-layer communication, both IPv4 and IPv6 enabled clients can communicate with an IPv6 license server. Moreover, IPv6 clients can communicate with an IPv4 license server using the IPv4 address, as seen below:
In the case of a license server hosted on Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 operating systems, there are certain drawbacks because of limited dual-layer support on these operating systems.
Author: Pankaj Sharma
kellypuffs 06000168YK Visits (2604)
Read a great article in the NY Times this week about the perils of being always connected: Silicon Valley says "Step away from the device".
As much as I love love LOVE the interconnectedness that this new technology allows us, I too find I need to unplug in order to recharge and reconnect with the real world around me. I spend the vast majority of my waking hours during the week interacting with the world via laptop, tablet and smartphone, working out loud. I could easily spend all weekend sitting in front of these devices too, so I find I need to make a conscious effort not to do so.
Like some of the others interviewed in this story, I find I need to balance this connectedness with "me" time on the weekend: family time, meditation, art, writing, playing music, and puttering. I screen my calls and enjoy the peace and quiet. Time to reflect on what I've learned and done over the past week. Time to breathe deep. This is made much easier by the fact that I am an introvert by nature. I'm not afraid of spending time in my own head.
Todd Henry, author of the Accidental Creative, talks about Unnecessary Creating, which is one of my favorite ways to digitally detox. Give me a coloring book and LOTS of colorful markers and I can lose myself for hours. I've also been teaching myself to write Tengwar, which is totally unnecessary, but so much fun. Yes, I am a geek.
Again, perspective and mindfulness are wonderful things. Don't let yourself become uni-dimensional. Although it may be hard to believe, here is a LOT more to the world (and life) than can be found on t'interwebs.
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We are inviting you to attend our August/Sept Customer Orientation Webcast series, and to help ensure that you get the maximum utilization out of your IBM products.
During this informative 45 minute presentation and Q&A, we'll explain how to:
Visit our Rational Support Technical Exchange Open Mics & Webcast landing page for dates, time, and webinar access information. And follow our Social Media channels for reminders!
kellypuffs 06000168YK Visits (3730)
Working out loud .... and thinking out loud. I've seen this phrase several times on the internets, and I think it's my new favorite tagline for the way I like to work, and the way a collaborative enterprise works best.
It's also a great mindfulness practice, if you are inclined that way, and goes a long way toward transforming your workflow to a more collaborative open and transparent model. But what does it mean?
Simply, it means making your work visible, even when it's in that ugly semi-formed concept phase (then we call it "thinking out loud"). How else are you going to iteratively and agilely collaborate with your stakeholders to ensure your "thoughts" align with their needs?
Connections Activities are my new favorite way to "work out loud". Each and every project I undertake has an Activity where I record and store actions taken, milestones, hiccups, and the in-progress artifacts of my ongoing projects for collaborative and awareness purposes .... creating a documented pattern/workflow for reuse. Activities can be shared with Connections Communities, and with individuals. There is notification functionality that allows you to, say, post the latest version of your documents and let folks know it's available for review.
Compare that to working days on a file on your personal desktop, emailing to 20 individuals for review, and then learning you built the perfect wrong thing,
Or processing 20 separate revisions of the document in your inbox over the next several days (weeks?).
Or having to produce status reports for each of your projects every week.
Be transparent. Live out loud. I think you'll like it.
Green Hat's products have been repackaged as part of the IBM Rational Quality Management portfolio under the following product names: IBM Rational Test Workbench, IBM Rational Performance Test Server and the IBM Rational Test Virtualization Server. You will see this change reflected in the product list table below, as well as on the various product support pages.
IBM Rational Green Hat product-specific support pages on ibm.com
Green Hat Customer Orientation Webcast series: August through September IBM Rational Client Support will be hosting a series of customer oreintation webcasts designed to help you, as Green Hat clients get the most benefit from IBM support resources and products. Click here for a full schedule of the series along with connection information.
Hope to see you there!