Collaborative software development, model driven development, agile development – all key elements or methodologies to developing software. Many development teams are developing software with different renditions of what and how these development methodologies can work. For many of us “collaborative software development” starts with a white board session, these software design sessions can be very effective if the team is co-located though it still has its hang-ups: Do we take a picture of the design on the white board, to be able to redraw it the next go around and send it to distributed team members? Teams enjoy the insight of model driven development though there is a perception that Unified Modeling Language (UML) is hard to learn and not all stakeholders can or will learn it.
IBM Rational Software Architect Designer (RSAD) family is known as a comprehensive design, modeling and development tool for end-to-end software delivery. The addition of Design Room ONE, a replacement for Design Manager, provides the expected integration with the Jazz Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) V6.0.4 products through Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) APIs.
When managing organizational security, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Application security is affected by the technology used, third-party components, application distribution, user access, and other characteristics. It’s difficult to derive organizational priorities simply by looking at the results of security scans.