I would like to try Rational Requirements Composer (RRC) as a cloud-based trial.
I got a newly activated cloud-based trial account, and signed in at: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/expert/login/
What I found is options setting up an OS, e.g. Linux.
Is there a way to log in to RRC here, or am I completely lost?
I'm not interested in installing it (RRC), just testing its functions.
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Updated on 2013-02-12T15:15:39Z at 2013-02-12T15:15:39Z by pessetto
morganri 270005AQCE109 Posts
Re: How to log in to Rational Requirements Composer in cloud-based trial2013-02-09T13:38:19ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi,
I do not believe that Asset is in the Trial account.
Did you locate it via RAM? If so, please provide the Image ID number you are attempting to deploy.
pessetto 270000RS3417 Posts
Re: How to log in to Rational Requirements Composer in cloud-based trial2013-02-12T15:15:39ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.At this time we do not offer RRC as a stand alone image in our cloud Trial account catalog. The full list of what's currently available for trial purposes can be found here: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/cloud/cloudtrial.html
That said, RRC is a component of the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) -which also includes Rational Team Concert (RTC) and Rational Quality Manager (RQM). This was just released as a Service on our SmartCloud and is available for a test drive in the Trial account catalog by clicking on the 'Service instance' tab from the Control Panel. Click 'Add service instance', choose the data center you'd like to deploy in and then choose 'IBM SmartCloud Application CLMS v1.0'
If you are strictly interested in RRC, you might try this site: https://jazz.net/products/clm/