Webcast Presentation - ClearCase Deployments: New upgrading flexibility to ClearCase v8.x makes life easier and other strategies
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Upgrading an entire ClearCase deployment can be a huge task. ClearCase 8.x servers and clients can be added into a 7.1.2 environment one at a time, allowing for an easier upgrade process with a mixed ...
Upgrading an entire ClearCase deployment can be a huge task. ClearCase 8.x servers and clients can be added into a 7.1.2 environment one at a time, allowing for an easier upgrade process with a mixed deployment. In this recorded webcast, learn about some of the ways to integrate ClearCase 8.x into your environment safely and discuss performance improvements. Periodic performance measurements also assist with software and hardware changes.
About the Presenters
Mike Donati has worked at IBM Rational for over 17 years as a Release Engineer and the past 4 years as a Performance Engineer for ClearCase and virtualization. Mike has been using, supporting and administrating ClearCase for over 20 years.
Howie Bernstein is the Product Manager for ClearCase and ClearQuest. He joined Atria/PureAtria/Rational/IBM in 1994 and worked on a succession of ClearCase and ClearQuest related advanced development projects. Most recently he was a ClearCase architect and the component lead responsible for CCRC and the ClearTeam Explorer. He has been working professionally in the software industry for over 30 years, working primarily in new product development, user interface architecture, engineering and design with a focus on workflow, activity management, software configuration management and software process tools.
Peter Hack is the Senior ClearCase Architect with IBM Rational. He joined Millennium Teamware (later renamed to Atria) in 1990 and helped to design and develop ClearCase. Peter has had engineering, technical/project leader, and architect roles in many major ClearCase components (ranging from the embedded commercial database to the GUIs).
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