Scaling the Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution across an enterprise


Scaling the Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution across an enterprise, is the title of the webinar Tim and I presented recently. Tim and I have worked on this content for a while and consider it important. Please also see  Tim’s related post Getting to a right-sized Jazz environment. There is additional reading below.

Objectives of the presentation

Scaling the v6.0.x Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution across an enterprise often includes multiple instances of a given Jazz application. What multi-Jazz application options are available and what are the considerations?

  • What topologies and general multi-Jazz application options are available
  • How Jazz applications such as Change Configuration Management (CCM), Quality Management (QM) and Requirements Management (RM) relate to a Jazz Team Server (JTS)
  • The impact, advantages and disadvantages of multiple CLM Applications
  • What to consider when scaling and developing usage models adopting one of these deployment options to avoid surprises

If you are interested in this presentation, you can find the replay of the webinar here in the Rational Team Concert Enlightenment Series.

The slides are shared here.

Additional Reading

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About rsjazz

Hi, my name is Ralph. I work for IBM and help colleagues and customers with adopting the Jazz technologies.
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5 Responses to Scaling the Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution across an enterprise

  1. MarkoT says:

    The link to the slides is not working (for me).
    It says sth. like “The image …cannot be displayed because it contains errors.”

  2. Tim Feeney says:

    Reblogged this on Tim Feeney's Blog on Jazz and commented:
    It’s critical that clients understand the implications when scaling your Jazz topology by adding additional servers for a given application. Ralph and I have been documenting these considerations and discussing them with customers over the last few years. We recently gave a webinar on this topic. See the following blog post for details.

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