IBM Rational Workbench for Systems and Software Engineering

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Published on 30 June 2010

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IBM Form #: REDP-4681-00


Authors: Powel Douglass Bruce and Mats Gothe

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    Abstract

    A smarter planet starts with the innovation of smarter products. Engineering teams driving this innovation need new, collaborative ways to develop and deliver the right demands on time, on budget, and with the right quality. IBM® Rational® Workbench for Systems and Software Engineering (Workbench) software provides integrated and collaborative capabilities for such systems delivery teams.

    Systems delivery is often divided into multiple categories, for example, systems engineering, project management, software engineering, and quality management. These categories interconnect across the systems delivery life cycle, performing distinct tasks and creating distinct life cycle work products. The IBM Rational Workbench for Systems and Software Engineering software is a life cycle management solution that supports such collaborative tasks and linking of the life cycle work products. The Workbench also enacts the systems delivery workflows and provides task management capabilities to effectively run the systems delivery project.

    This IBM Redpapers™ publication is intended for systems delivery teams who require an integrated solution for systems life cycle management for systems and software engineering.

    Table of Contents

    An integrated solution for systems life cycle management

    Integration enables collaboration

    Systems development workflows

    System engineering workflows

    Managing system and stakeholder requirements

    Project planning and tracking workflows

    Software engineering workflows

    Quality management

    Extending the IBM Rational Workbench for Systems and Software Engineering software

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