Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management with IBM Rational Products

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Published on December 23, 2008, updated January 21, 2009

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ISBN-10: 0738431974
ISBN-13: 9780738431970
IBM Form #: SG24-7622-00


Authors: Mats Göthe, Carolyn Pampino, Philip Monson, Khurram Nizami, Katur Patel, Brianna M. Smith and Nail Yuce

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    Abstract

    In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we provide a blueprint for Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management (CALM) and show how the new IBM Rational® products support this evolving market. Driven by the business demands of global software delivery, many large organizations are seeking guidance in how to incorporate agile methods.

    In this book, we provide a reference scenario and tool architectures for deploying the new IBM Rational products into an existing enterprise environment. We also provide a set of blueprints that define each of the key disciplines in the development life cycle to help you understand the domain and how the Rational products support the need of that discipline. Our primary focus is to highlight the value of CALM by providing a user view of the solution that is used to support a distributed enterprise development team that incorporates aspects of the "Agility-at-Scale" approach.

    While most Redbooks publications provide details about a single product, this book provides a "green-thread" reference scenario that details one end-to-end path through an iteration of a software development project. The scenario demonstrates a reference architecture for an enterprise that uses the new Rational Jazz technology-based products along with the existing Rational team products. The scenario includes Rational Build Forge® Enterprise Edition, Rational ClearCase®, Rational ClearQuest®, and Rational RequisitePro®, and introduces Rational Quality Manager, Rational Requirements Composer, Rational Software Analyzer, and Rational Team Concert.

    Table of Contents

    Part A. Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management defined

    Chapter 1. Introduction to Application Lifecycle Management and this book

    Chapter 2. Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management

    Chapter 3. A scenario for CALM

    Part B. Act 1: Responding to a change request

    Chapter 4. The team responds to a requirement change

    Chapter 5. Rational ClearQuest, Requirements Composer, and RequisitePro to manage stakeholder requests

    Part C. Act 2: Collaborative development

    Chapter 6. An agile team implements a change

    Chapter 7. Rational Team Concert for collaborative development

    Part D. Act 3: Enterprise integration builds

    Chapter 8. The release engineer conducts the integration build

    Chapter 9. Rational Build Forge for enterprise integration build

    Part E. Act 4: Managing quality

    Chapter 10. The solution test team manages quality

    Chapter 11. Rational Quality Manager for managing quality

    Part F. Act 5: Delivering the solution

    Chapter 12. The team delivers the solution

    Chapter 13. The Rational ALM solution for solution delivery

    Part G. Measuring team success in Application Lifecycle Management

    Chapter 14. Delivering and measuring success in Application Lifecycle Management

    Appendix A. Principles for Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management

    Appendix B. Configuring interoperability

    Appendix C. Rational Build Forge adapter templates

    Appendix D. Code review rules

     

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