03/05: IBM Rational Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Tools

Category: General
Posted by: bagheljas

  • DOORS offers requirements management tool for systems and advanced IT applications by enabling us to optimize requirements communication, collaboration and verification throughout your organization and across your supply chain.

  • RequisitePro offers development team to manage their requirements, write good use cases, improve traceability, and strengthen collaboration.

  • ClearCase offers complete software configuration management solution that provides sophisticated version control, workspace management, parallel development support and build auditing.

  • ClearQuest offers comprehensive software change management that provides change tracking, process automation, reporting and lifecycle traceability.

  • Build Forge offers an adaptive execution framework that automates software assembly processes to help teams standardize repetitive tasks.

  • Method Composer offers a flexible process management platform with the industry's most comprehensive tooling and richest process library to help companies implement effective processes for successful software and IT projects.

  • Functional Tester provides testers to automate functional, regression, GUI and data-driven testing.

  • Performance Tester provides testers with automated performance testing capabilities to validate scalability of web and server based applications.

  • AppScan provides quality assurance teams to find and remediate security vulnerabilities earlier in the development processes for the web applications.

  • Quality Manager provides quality assurance teams with means to track and manage quality life cycle to seamlessly share information, use automation to accelerate project schedules, and reports on project metrics.

  • Test Lab Manager provides quality assurance teams with means to track and manage test lab inventory to configure, build and optimize the utilization of test lab environment.

  • Tivoli Provisioning Manager helps automates software release deployment to servers and desktops.


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