Rational tools make testing much easier for IBM Tivoli lab in Rome
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Date archived: December 15, 2016 | First published: August 07, 2012
Improving product quality is a matter of both team process and the tools that the team uses. In this article, we describe how the IBM Tivoli software lab in Rome migrated from TTT, a Lotus Notes database, and text documents to the software development lifecycle approach by integrating artifacts from the Rational solution to Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM). We describe how we used IBM Rational Team Concert Version 220.127.116.11 and IBM Rational Quality Manager Version 18.104.22.168 to achieve a new day-by-day process. Moreover, adopting those tools made architects, project managers, developers, and testers able to feed and maintain the product artifacts linked together in a centralized way. Product requirements, developed user stories, and test cases are easily traced and tracked within a single point of entry.
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