Systems Lifecycle Management is the process integration between system and software engineering disciplines, traceability of artifact relationships, and use of project transparency and reporting in the IBM system and software engineering solution. It modernises Systems Engineering with new collaborative and agile methods from CLM@scale.
The Systems Lifecycle Management scenario was designed as an extension to the core CALM@scale scenario. This decision was based on the importance to our sponsors to modernize Systems Engineering with new collaborative and agile methods.
Collaborative Lifecycle Management Information Model
The artefact information model used by the IoT Collaborative Engineering solution, is radically different compared to classic schema based change management models like Rational Clear Quest. The CLM artefact model is defined by a network of linked and related artefacts, each with its individual state model. This article discusses the differences between the two models and the innovative thinking in the Jazz platform.
This white-paper provides guidance to enterprise teams adopting new Jazz based tools to improve their team performance. Such teams are often expected to stay integrated with existing project or corporate change management workflows and require tool interoperability that integrates the new and existing change management tool solutions
Designing Systems Practitioner Productivity Improvements
IBM Innovate 2013 Conference
This session starts by listing the roles presumed involved in the SSE solution.Key scenarios for practitioner productivity are discussed. Design improvements are presented and reviewed with the attendees. Areas of additional practitioner productivity discussed
Are you a part of a global development with distributed development teams across geographic regions and timezones? Or are you part of a small local teams with members across departments, workflows and objectives? Regardless of your organisational type we can help you achieve your objectives as individuals and as a team.