Sometimes One Tool is Not Enough – A Look at Collaborative Application Life-cycle Management
Kai-Uwe Maetzel (IBM )
Making With Eclipse · Sponsored
Tags: Test And Performance , Tools
Tuesday, 14:00, 25 minutes | Alameda
You have a test case that fails because of a defect which is blocked by another defect that resides in a different defect database. You try to get a hold of the build that has the fix that unblocks it all. Sounds familiar? In this talk we will look at what we do in the context of Jazz and OSLC (open-services.net) to track and manage these relationships in a friction-free way and thus put you in a position to choose the right tool for each of the tasks at hand.
Kai-Uwe Maetzel works for IBM Rational in Beaverton, Oregon, USA. He is a founding member of the Jazz team and is one of the leaders of the Jazz Foundation project and Rational's C/ALM initiative. Kai was one of the original committers on the eclipse.org project and served several years on the Eclipse Foundation's Board of Directors.