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A proposed Linked Data type definition language
By: Arthur Ryman, IBM Distinguished Engineer, IBM
Arthur Ryman, an IBM Distinguished Engineer, proposes that the W3C adopt the OSLC Resource Shape specification as an RDF type definition language for more precise definition of RDF APIs. This could make Linked Data more effective for integrating data from multiple sources, because it is a fusion of RDF and REST.
Migrate Collaborative Lifecycle Management applications to a cluster, Part 1
By: Murali Dhandapani, IT Specialist, IBM and Anil Sharma, Database Administrator, IBM
Configuration for a high availability approach, plus code for using a standby server and the IBM DB2 High Availability Disaster Recovery (HADR) feature to back up CLM databases
Products: Rational Requirements Composer, Rational Team Concert
Migrate Collaborative Lifecycle Management applications to a cluster, Part 2
By: Murali Dhandapani, IT Specialist, IBM
How to recover data after a disaster and access a CLM application from different sites
Product: Rational Team Concert, Rational Requirements Composer, Rational Quality Manager
Create JPA entities with Rational Application Developer 8.5.1
By: Ali Manji, Software Developer, IBM
Learn to create Java Persistence Architecture (JPA) entities easily from an IBM DB2 database
Product: Rational Application Developer
Determine team-based priorities for activities with Rational Focal Point
By: John J. Goodson, Senior Software Engineer, IBM and Bradford J. Sandler, Executive Project Manager, IBM
Customize Rational Focal Point settings to balance priority criteria across multiple users and groups to suit your organization's structure and decision-making style, and then display results visually
Product: Rational Focal Point
Create server-side certificates for Collaborative Lifecycle Management applications
By: Neil Williams, Senior Consultant in Quality Management and Test Automation Architectures, IBM
Rational Team Concert™, Rational® Quality Manager, and Rational Requirements Composer certificates on WebSphere® or Tomcat servers
Products: Rational Team Concert, Rational Requirements Composer, Rational Quality Manager
We are pleased to feature Contributing Author Darrell Schrag
Darrell Schrag lives in the Chicago area. He has been with Rational software since 1996, before it was acquired by IBM, and he has been with IBM Rational for 10 years. As part of the Rational Services organization for seven years, Darrell was involved in numerous Rational deployments across the development lifecycle. He spends his time today on the Rational Unleash the Labs team in the mobile and DevOps areas. Darrell has built a few IBM Worklight mobile Android apps and is discovering the vast world of open source and IBM solutions for DevOps. He enjoys building Eclipse extensions and modeling in UML. When not at work, he is trying to get his two daughters interested in computers and programming.
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IBM Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management
The Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) combines IBM® Rational Team Concert™, Rational® Quality Manager, Rational Requirements Composer into one image, which is available on the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise. This image can help your software development team improve their productivity with integrated application lifecycle management (ALM) capabilities.
IBM Rational Focal Point
IBM® Rational® Focal Point™ provides market - and business-driven product and portfolio management tools that help executives and teams make the right decisions to deliver business, customer, and market value.
Rational Requirements Composer
IBM Rational Requirements Composer (RRC) provides the essential business support for teams of all sizes and complexity to define and capture business needs and manage all types of requirements across the project lifecycle. It fosters better business and development collaboration in a web-based requirements community involving a wide set of stakeholders including customers, analysts, developers, testers, etc. Rational Requirements Composer is an important part of IBM’s Collaborative Lifecycle Management solution seamlessly integrated with Rational Team Concert and Rational Quality Manager. Through role-based access, project teams can shorten planning cycles and reduce rework cost by aligning development and test effort with requirements and business objectives.
Rational Quality Manager
Rational Quality Manager, built on the Jazz platform, is a collaborative, web-based, quality management solution that offers comprehensive test planning and test asset management from requirements to defects.
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