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Toward a Basic Profile for Linked Data
A collection of best practices and a simple approach for a Linked Data architecture
By Martin Nally (firstname.lastname@example.org), Chief Technical Officer, IBM Rational Software, IBM and Steve Speicher (ssp
While using Linked Data as an application integration technology in Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), IBM found several ways of applying the existing W3C standards, yet little guidance on how to combine them. Two top IBM experts offer best practices and propose a Basic Profile for Linked Data.
Agile software development made practical with existing CCM software
By Leslie Ekas (email@example.com), Senior Development Manager, Rational ClearCase, IBM
Agile project management methods help teams respond to change and deliver higher-quality software. Rational Team Concert helps you jump-start agile planning. It works well with Rational change and configuration management tools, so you can make the transition, yet leverage investments and minimize costs.
Synchronize requirements data between Rational DOORS and Rational System Architect
By Krupa Gunhalkar (kru
It is critical to keep track of requirements associated with enterprise architecture artifacts. This article explains how to synchronize and map EA data within Rational DOORS requirements management software with Rational System Architect to track requirements associated with the EA artifacts.
This week we are also highlighting the following items on our home page and product pages that you may find of interest.
Free for up to 10 developers - Rational Team Concert
DOORS Web Access online trial
IBM SOA Sandbox
Evaluate: IBM Rational ClearQuest
Evaluate: IBM Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management
Trial: Rational Programming Patterns for System z
Webcast: IBM Rational DOORS strategy and roadmap
White paper: Driving business success with software reuse
Read how to leverage Rational Synergy and Rational Change solutions for effective component-based development.
White paper: Achieving true collaboration in global development
Global distributed development can be a difficult model to adopt — making it hard for employees to provide collaborative value to the organization. Read how IBM Rational Synergy can tightly integrate virtually all aspects of the systems and software development lifecycle.