View WebcastYou can use Java to access your DOORS database. We will show you how to use MDAccess to read and write DOORS requirements and modules using a pure Java API.
View WebcastIn this webcast I will demonstrate how GM has taken the variation and allocation of requirements out of the DOORS environment and placed them into model based tools (Gears & Rhapsody). Connections are maintained between the tools, and data can be freely exchanged. Each tool can then be used for what it is best suited. Gears for modeling variation, DOORS for textual requirements, and Rhapsody for allocating and defining system design.
View WebcastAgility reduces the upfront requirements effort by focusing only on business need, but when the development team starts analyzing, the functional requirements and business rules emerge. A functionally organized, continually updated, requirements model informs many downstream efforts, including user acceptance testing, user training, bug verification, and even backlog grooming. This webinar will share best practices for maintaining requirements without all of the tedious work.
View WebcastLarge programs are routinely late and over budget. Commercial complex systems gain quality only via expensive testing. Stunning, newsworthy failures occur with disturbing frequency. How can these risks and issues be mitigated? It’s a tough problem but there is a solution that is better than merely managing complexity; one must actively reduce it to permit scaling. This includes elements like organization-follows-architecture, and iteration to tighten feedback loops. We’ll show you! Please join us.
View WebcastHaving managed requirements and their testing, and everything in between Alex Ivanov offers his take on the similarities, differences, and current limitations of both DOORS and DOORS Next Generation. Having hands on experience with DOORS NG for the past two years and classic DOORS for over 12 years gives Alex a unique look into what can be done with DOORS 9.x and how IBM is addressing some core limitations through a web based version of DOORS.
View WebcastRational DOORS and Rational Rhapsody are the preferred requirements management and SysML modeling tools, respectively. This presentation will provide insight and discuss the benefits and drawbacks for each of the two methods for doing this – Rhapsody Gateway and Rhapsody Design Manager.
View WebcastThis webcast focuses on how to architect DOORS projects to leverage its power of the DOORS tool. Learn how to structure your DOORS project, and best practices for allocating requirements, creating links, easily tracking your progress using daily metrics, fixing issues and found using dynamic traceability views.
View WebcastSelecting a Requirements Management tool is daunting enough, selecting one with scalability, years of proven experience and fits all realms of industry now reduces your choice to one. IBM Rational DOORS. Now that you have selected DOORS, which DOORS is the best fit for you?
View WebcastManagers are always interested in asking questions like this one about the project DOORS requirements management database: ”How many of these kinds of requirements do we have now?” Options for providing an answer include creating custom views or developing DXL scripts in DOORS.
View WebcastPlease join 321 Gang’s Brad Ebert for a presentation and discussion of the capabilities of DOORS and Rational Team Concert (also applies to Change and ClearQuest) when they are integrated using OSLC.