Join us for a live webcast on 15 September.
You are invited to join the Global Rational User Group for a webcast brought to you by the IBM Rational Requirements Management team who will share exciting updates to our portfolio of industry leading offerings. Not only will you hear from Rational requirements management thought leaders during this webcast, but you will also hear from our special guest speaker, Dr. Danny Sabbah, General Manager of IBM Rational Software. Danny will discuss the importance of investing in requirements management and how this area of the Rational business is continuing to evolve onto the Jazz platform. The presentation will also include live demonstrations of our newest product capabilities and integrations, designed to help you increase productivity and deliver the right product the first time.
Date: Wednesday, September 15
Time: 11:00 a.m. (New York)
Duration: 1 hour
Presenters: Danny Sabbah, Bill Shaw and George Decandio
Importance of effective requirements management across the delivery lifecycle
Evolution of Rational requirements management offerings onto the Jazz platform
Demos: See firsthand our latest product updates and integrations
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We have several new tutorials available on the IBM Education Assistant website for Rational DOORS, Rational Developer for System z, and Rational Build Forge. Check them out!
What is IBM Education Assistant? IBM Education Assistant is a collection of multimedia educational modules designed to help you gain a better understanding of IBM software products and use them more effectively to meet your business requirements.
Take a tour of IBM Education Assistant
Find more great education modules here.
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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
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To our entire global audience of clients and IBMers alike, we wish you the best today and are extremely thankful you have chosen to follow us here on Notes from Rational Support, and more so that you've found our efforts to be beneficial to your end goals. Cheers to you all!
As is the custom this time of year, those of us in the United States, and the expats living abroad are likely deep in the throes of celebrating a day of thanks by feasting upon a traditional Turkey dinner with all the trimmings.
Of course that means the Rational Support North American crew is largely out of the office today and tomorrow (Nov 24th and 25th). But have no fear, we do have crews still available to assist with your critical issues if needed!