AcdntlPoet 2700019V2G Visits (2014)
Always providing the greatest content on IBM Rational products and concepts, the following not-to-miss items went live on developerWorks Rational this week:
Quick start guide: Rational Team Concert and OSLC
Access OSLC services from IBM Rational DOORS
Deploy IBM Rational Insight 18.104.22.168 for the enterprise
IBM Rational Insight
kellypuffs 06000168YK Visits (2014)
dmmckinn 1200006SCS Visits (2013)
Sign up for notifications that will allow you to follow the progress of those APARs that are important to you. APAR information is available on the Web to allow you to track the progress of the reported defect.
In addition to the information that is being published when APARs are closed, many Rational products are also publishing open APARs to the Web. ClearQuest (as of April 1st) is the latest to join the growing list of Rational products publishing open APARs and providing valuable defect information.
For further details about accessing open APARs on the Web, and a list of Rational products publishing open APARs, refer to technote 1461170: “Open APARs for Rational products available on the Web”.
Post Author: Denise McKinnon
AcdntlPoet 2700019V2G Visits (2011)
Maciej Zawadzki, Director Deploy and Release Product Line, discusses how the meaning of DevOps has evolved over time and explains the relationship between Continuous Delivery and DevOps in these two video blogs from IBM Rational.
UrbanCode Video Blog 1 - On the term of DevOps: In this first vlog, Maciej Zawadzki, Director Deploy and Release Product Line, discusses how the meaning of DevOps has evolved over time.
UrbanCode Video Blog 2 - Continuous Delivery and DevOps: In his second vlog, Director, Deploy and Release Product Line, Maciej Zawadzki, explains the relationship between Continuous Delivery and DevOps.
irenebond 270000P84P Visits (2011)
In a mobile, social world software is a mission critical for achieving competitive advantage.
At Innovate we have the opportunity to interact with some of IBM’s large clients with the most complex software environments. These customers have invested hundreds of millions of dollars in IBM solutions and have come to understand that the efficacy, with which they are deployed, administered and maintained impacts every facet of their business. In the current wave of disruptive transformation entire processes are being impacted by social technologies and over the next decade social business computing will pervade every business function. Thus, social strategies must be fully incorporated with the business plan and objectives and an integral part of the pervasive, mobile computing environment.
Author: Irene Bond