The classical systems engineering practice is mostly process centric, but with the recent advances in Information Technologies, we have started to engage in model-based and other software-supported activities that make us more efficient and our products better. The subject of our INCOSE IS 2016 paper was a pursuit of further improvements in the software tools supporting the systems engineers,
Product line growth can create a natural degradation into chaos. The common engineering solution follows a copy-and-tailor for requirements, designs, code, and tests rather than a strategic, planned reuse. A global, strategic configuration management approach across lifecycle domains (e.g. requirements) can bring order to this chaos. Order replaces uncontrolled costs with direct profits. In this webcast we walk you through a detailed scenario based on a real product line problem and solution.
Learn how many legacy Rational users, as well as the JAZZ tools (DOORS Next Gen, RTC, RQM, CLM, etc.,)are using a “new” licensing paradigm in order to get advantages that are not available in the perpetual license model such as, reducing their software and maintenance costs.
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A large collection of managed and linked requirements is not necessarily a good set of requirements. This session will provide you with a wealth of guidance, key success factors and introduce you to proven tool capabilities that extend beyond “the usual” – all focused on helping you reach the goal of “good quality requirements.” In addition, we’ll look at these capabilities and associated results as applied in helping PALLAS as they work to realize a state of the art nuclear reactor.
The requirements paradigm has been changing over the last few years. There is much more interaction with stakeholders throughout the lifecycle. There is an acknowledgement that we do not know all the requirements at the beginning of a project, so we need to be able to readily accommodate change. There is also a realization that requirements drive complex projects, meaning that we need to be able to trace requirements to design, development and test. The new DOORS Next Generation facilitates all
In this Webinar we discuss and Demonstrate the key features in CLM v 6.0
This webinar will describe the role of the Systems Engineer in agile development with emphasis on the principles. A principle is a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as a foundation for a system of belief or behavior. The value realized in Scrum and Agile are practices that place humans, not processes or techniques, at the center of an organization. Remaining true to these principles results in higher quality products that meet stakeholder needs and team members that are happy.
In this talk hear from Tom Capelle, President, Sodius and Dave West, Chief Product Officer, Tasktop describe how Tasktop Sync can connect DOORS and DOORS NG to the lifecycle of development and beyond. They will define the challenge to modern requirements practice and how automation, combined with modern requirements practices, can build bridges from the island that is requirements to the rest of the lifecycle.