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In this two part series, Bruce Powel Douglass, Ph.D., Chief Evangelist, IBM Analytics discuses security as it relates to the new world of connected devices and the issues that go along with such embedded connectivity.
Securing the Internet of Things. Part 1 – Security in a world of connected devices: It's a Brave New World. Time was when smart embedded devices needed little or no security. They were, for the vast majority, disconnected devices that performed simple dedicated functions. Now, as we hear ever more about the Internet of Things (IoT), it seems everything is connected over the web. Washing machines are connected over the web. This allows unprecedented capabilities for both consumers to connect and manage their lives and for vendors to improve services, monitor usage patterns, deliver updates, and address emerging markets. It is not, however, without risk. [Read more]
Securing the Intent of Things. Part 2 - Securing the ‘Things’ of the IoT: In my last post I discussed the overall challenges of securing the Internet of Things. In this post I focus primarily on the "Things" of the Internet of Things. Certainly securing the cloud end is important as well, but there has always been far more emphasis on cloud security than on device security. I think there are a number of essential aspects of a development environment for designing secure systems.... [Read more]
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Last week saw the release of version 6.0 for a few different products... here's three blog posts from the Jazz team blog covering what's new in DOORS Next generation, Rational Quality Manager, and Reporting for Collaborative Lifecycle Management!
What’s new in DOORS Next Generation 6.0? - This release could well be introducing the most fundamental function into a requirements management tool since RM systems began. While we continue our drive with usability and productivity we are also providing support for requirements configuration management, built from the ground up as part of the native tool, rather than simply integrating to an external CM system. [Read more]
What’s new in Rational Quality Manager 6.0? - IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) 6.0 brings both incremental improvements over v5 and a completely new dimension to managing test artifacts. On the incremental improvements front, the team has done a great job to continue to work closely with our customers to further improve the user experience on specific areas such as dashboard widgets or collaboration. At the same time, v6.0 introduces the support of configuration management for test artifacts, linked to other domains such as requirements or design, and contributing to the notion of global configurations across our Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution. This version marks the beginning of a completely new set of capabilities that empower users to do parallel development and test, and to reuse artifacts in an effective way. [Read more]
What’s new in Reporting for Collaborative Lifecycle Management 6.0 - It’s been an exciting time here for us in the Reporting team and we’re especially proud of the tremendous progress that’s been made to provide you with an easy-to-use, cross-project, cross-tool reporting solution. We’ve built on the foundation of the Jazz Reporting Service and Data Collection component in 5.0 that many of you have helped shape to bring several new advancements in reporting in Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0. I encourage you to give the latest release a try and give us feedback! [Read more]
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Socket protocol needs to be used while recording. But the recorded scripts can be converted to HTTP protocol.
This can be done by regenerating the script to HTTP which was recorded in socket recording.
Regenerated script have to be checked for requests and response contents. As on several occasions the request and response might not get generated.
In these cases the script has to be run using socket protocol itself.
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The IBM Rational Application Developer V9.5 Open Beta (June) is now available for download!
Following the introduction of Java EE 7 support on WebSphere Liberty Profile Beta in our Feb Beta, we are happy to announce the release of our June Beta that now includes support for the official release of WebS
In addition, our June Beta release now ships with Java 8 along with a number of key enhancements such as:
and more …
This Beta Program enables you to:
To access the Beta, please visit our IBM Early Program site
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Rational Team Concert: Create a Work Item Attribute- This video describes how to create a work item attribute in Rational Team Concert v4.0.3.