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ORLANDO, FL. - 02 Jun 2014: IBM (NYSE:IBM) today announced that businesses of all sizes – from start-ups to large enterprises – are rapidly adopting IBM Bluemix to develop software in the cloud ...

ORLANDO, FL. - 02 Jun 2014: IBM (NYSE:IBM) today announced that businesses of all sizes – from start-ups to large enterprises – are rapidly adopting IBM Bluemix to develop software in the cloud with greater speed, security and quality.

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  • DevOps spring launch announcement summary (pdf): <br /> https://w3-connections.ibm.com/blogs/3dacd986-e0cb-42d4-8575-5ace1234ca9d/entry/ibm_devops_spring_launch_content_june_2nd_2014?lang=en_us <br /> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> Three section to these notes: <br /> Opening for presenter <br /> Storyline / Key Takeaways <br /> 3. Why did we change the names of the adoption paths? <br /> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> Opening for presenter <br /> Rapidly changing business environments, technology trends, evolving customer expectations, multi-sourcing and complex supply chains are leading to higher expectations of IT to help drive improved business outcomes. However, most enterprises spend more than 40% of their IT investment on overhead work and less than 60% of their time on productive, value added activities. Business can enhance agility by improving their overall software delivery efficiency and by eliminating the unnecessary friction and wasted energy in the end-to-end software development and delivery lifecycle. However, speed must be balanced with cost and risk. IBM DevOps approach provides an enterprise capability for continuous software delivery that enables organizations to seize market opportunities and reduce time to customer feedback. <br /> 2. Storyline / Key Takeaways <br /> Market shifts are making traditional software delivery solutions obsolete <br /> Systems of Engagement (Cloud, Analytics, Mobile, Social) are driving the need to accelerate delivery, balance speed with quality/risk and reduce time to customer feedback <br /> Systems of record need to be enabled for continuous delivery by eliminating waste and speed mismatch <br /> Systems of interaction for modern, multi-channel applications must bring together SOE and SOR <br /> Clients are looking for prescriptive guidance to adopt DevOps approach incrementally <br /> IBM addresses these market shifts with new and innovative capabilities (these are the four themes of the spring update) <br /> Systems of Engagement: New DevOps services for development and delivery in the cloud as PaaS <br /> Systems of record: New capabilities to enable DevOps for traditional applications <br /> Systems of interaction: New capabilities for multi-channel, multi-platform application delivery <br /> DevOps Practices: New adoption model and framework for incremental adoption <br /> Continued successful customer adoption and market validation <br /> Outpacing the market’s growth (as per latest Gartner market share report) <br /> Flexible consumption models of tokens and SaaS in addition to traditional licensing <br /> IBM Design thinking to improve user experience and shift continuous delivery for our offerings <br /> 3. . Why did we change the names of the adoption paths? <br /> Why we are changing the DevOps adoption path names. <br /> Our previous DevOps messaging defines four adoption paths: Plan/Measure, Develop/Test, Release/ Deploy, Monitor/Optimize. A few drawbacks have been surfaced with these names: <br /> 1.Using two objectives for each path name (like Plan/Measure) implies more precision than intended and raises the question of which path includes scoping, architecting and design? <br /> 2.Like accelerating feedback, measuring and monitoring are important in every adoption path. <br /> 3.Plan-measure-develop-test-release-deploy-monitor-optimize smells a bit waterfallish. <br /> The new adoption path names and descriptions: <br /> Steer = Plan, decide, specify, architect, sense, and respond <br /> Develop and Test =Design, code, build, release internal, test, and verify <br /> Deploy =Build, deliver external,and validate <br /> Operate = Monitor, tune, and validate <br /> We tested these change with our broader community of clients, partners and IBMers including sellers and the executive leadership team. In our testing, there was fairly quick and strong consensus on Develop/Test, Deploy, and Operate. Steering is the one choice where there was some debate. <br /> Why Steer? It encompasses the programmatic AND technical leadership. The word “steer” captures the control, instrumentation, and dynamic change aspects of today’s markets and continuous delivery goals. Steering is also used by SaFE and many leaders in the broader agile community. Steer has a very attractive connotation to dynamically changing expectations (scope), solutions (architecture), and execution (predictions, decisions, adjustments). <br /> Why not plan and measure? Plans and planning are one of the four anti-patterns in the agile manifesto which states: We value Responding to change over following a plan. Responding to change means steering. Following a plan is the connotation of Plan/Measure. Also, measurement is an element of each adoption path, not a specific one. Finally, plan and measure has a programmatic connotation (i.e., plan and track, something managers do) and does not imply the technical leadership of scoping and architecting that should be 1st-class practices in this whole team adoption path. <br /> Here is a set slides for the DevOps Adoption Model and the updated DevOps POV slide. Note that besides the adoption path name changes in the DevOps circle graphic (p5 and P6), &quot;Best Practices&quot; is now just &quot;Practices&quot;, another change/improvement per our internal discussion and discussion with Forrester. <br />
  • Main point: DevOps is an enterprise capability for continuous software delivery that enables clients to seize market opportunities and reduce time to customer feedback (the following are the three themes of the launch which form “chapters” of his presentation) <br /> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> Here is the IBM definition of DevOps. It enables clients to: <br /> Accelerate software delivery - by enabling collaboration between customers and enterprises and eliminating organizational silos <br /> Balance speed, cost, quality and risk- By automating manual processes and eliminating waste <br /> Improve client experience - By speeding the customer feedback loop <br /> Notes: <br /> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> “Companies that master effective software development and delivery in rapidly changing environments such as cloud, mobile and social will have a significant competitive advantage,” - Kristof Kloeckner, general manager, IBM Rational Software. <br />
  • First launch theme: accelerate development and delivery in the cloud <br /> ------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> IBM Bluemix DevOps services to accelerate development and delivery in the cloud: IBM Bluemix offers ‘mix-n-match’ building of apps including DevOps, data analytics, cloud integration and the Internet of Things. New and enhanced services provide ready-built services to quick-start mobile and web applications. IBM Bluemix DevOps services are targeted at practitioners, IT organizations and business teams who are looking for an open, integrated rapid development environment that scales from individual developers to enterprise teams. <br /> What’s new? <br /> Continuous Business Planning <br /> New Agile planning and tracking service to accelerate collaboration among stakeholders to create backlogs, manage defects, create plans in the cloud. <br /> Collaborative Development <br /> Web IDE service to connect to Git repo to develop, edit code and auto-deploy in IBM Bluemix. <br /> Continuous Delivery Pipeline service capabilities to host a complete build system to compile, run unit tests, and package application for deployment as well as trigger automatic build every time a new change is delivered to repository. <br /> Continuous Release and Deployment <br /> Continuous Delivery Pipeline service offers automation of the activities for deploying and releasing applications in IBM Bluemix. <br /> Continuous User Feedback and Optimization <br /> Mobile quality assurance service offers enhanced frictionless bug reporting, in-app crash reporting and sentiment analysis to mine app ratings and reviews to extract actionable feedback before they go viral. <br /> DevOps Services – available in June (pricing is here if questions are asked – may change!!) <br /> ServiceDescription <br /> Web IDEEdit Code in Web IDE, SCM integration & Deploy to a PaaS from Web IDE (free) <br /> SCM Version Manage code in Git (hosted git), link to GitHub, or in Jazz SCM (free) <br /> Agile Planning & TrackingCollaboration among stakeholders to create backlogs, manage defects, create plans, etc.($15/user/application/project/month. Public projects are free. Private projects are free up to 3 members.) <br /> Continuous IntegrationBuild management, including compilation, unit testing, etc. Automatic build, triggered on every changes delivered to repository. ($.05 per minute. First 60 minutes are free.) <br /> Continuous Delivery PipelineAutomated deployment of applications to different runtime instances for dev, test, staging, production. Orchestration of promotion across different environments.($50.00 per application instance per month. First 2 application instances are free) <br /> Mobile quality -- Crash analytics In-app user feedback. Sentiment analysis from app stores comments. ($199 per application per month for 100 devices, $0.02 per additional device.1 app free with up to 3 devices.) <br /> RapidApps (BETA) <br /> Empowering Business Developers to deliver web & mobile apps: <br /> With IBM Bluemix RapidApps, the business can easily deliver apps using visual tools without code while providing IT the visibility and control they need to manage a self-serve app platform. Also, free up precious mobile developers and easily integrate and extend on premise systems with new mobile apps. <br /> Black Duck Open Hub service - planned <br /> The planned integration with Black Duck Open Hub enables (Bluemix Devops Services) developers to quickly search and find what they want from a vast amount of OSS code snippets or projects, use Bluemix and IBM Devops Services (powered by JazzHub) to fork the project, build, test and deploy their solutions seamlessly in a matter of minutes. <br />
  • Search to Code in less than 2 min, Code to Deploy in less than seconds and Deploy to Feedback in minutes. <br /> Main point: The pervasiveness of cloud technology, private, public, and hybrid, has enabled organizations to rapidly provision environments on demand further fueling the need for faster software delivery approaches such as DevOps <br /> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> One of the most critical changes that has affected DevOps (and actually helped it mature at the same time) is Cloud. IBM is continuing on the path of making its DevOps solutions available on Private Cloud so customers can build a continuous software delivery pipeline and achieve the balance between optimization of IT resources and market innovation. <br /> IBM is announcing new services in its portfolio of app development solutions known as DevOps; many of which will be delivered this month via Bluemix. Built on Cloud Foundry, Bluemix combines the strength of IBM software, third party services and open technologies to provide DevOps in the cloud. <br /> DevOps helps continuously deliver software through an integrated, rapid development environment; easy access to mobile app user feedback; and the ability to scale apps seamlessly from single developer experiments to enterprise-grade global development teams. These benefits are achieved in part by Bluemix’s ability to move between cloud and on-premise networks in a hybrid environment, marrying two broad categories of systems: systems of record, such as core banking and accounting systems, and systems of engagement, such as mobile, situational and social apps. <br /> New DevOps services on Bluemix include an application scanning service which helps developers build security into the design of web and mobile apps via rapid testing; continuous deployment pipeline service that automates the activities of deploying and releasing applications on Bluemix; workflow service to embed processes into development; and embeddable reporting to enable app analytics once a service is provisioned. <br /> What’s New? <br /> For Continuous Business Planning <br /> Agile Planning and Tracking - with improved user experience to quickly plan and execute agile projects <br /> For Collaborative Development <br /> Connect to or host Git repositories to develop and edit code and auto-deploy in Bluemix to speed changes through the delivery process <br /> Start coding instantly with the built-in Web IDE or bring your own coding tools. <br /> Continuous Delivery Pipeline on Bluemix to quickly build, compile, test and package apps <br /> For Release and Deploy <br /> Continuous Delivery Pipeline to automate release and deployment in Bluemix <br /> For customer feedback and optimization <br /> Mobile Quality Assurance with frictionless bug and in-app crash reporting to reduce time to feedback for mobile apps <br /> Sentiment Analysis to accelerate feedback loops from app ratings and reviews <br /> Proof Point: <br /> FIMC Taps Bluemix DevOps to Raise the Bar on Customer Mobile Experiences <br /> Financial Insurance Management Corp. (FIMC), an insurance provider offering customized membership programs and services, recognized a need for a high-quality mobile experience to enhance client engagement and improve customer service. Using Bluemix DevOps, IBM business partner PointSource worked with FIMC to build a mobile interface which connects clients to on-premise business applications, giving them access to one-touch roadside assistance, targeted promotions, claim submissions and deductible management, as well as a channel to interact with FIMC via social media for faster and more direct communication. <br /> “Before implementing our mobile platform, our members sometimes did not realize some of their most valued services – such as roadside assistance or discounts – had expired, and we wanted to streamline the renewal process to ensure more continuous service,” said Scott Liberatore, CEO of FIMC. “Now we have an engagement model that reaches members directly, and we’ve increased our customer renewal rate by 30 percent.” <br />
  • Video Testimonial: http://www-03.ibm.com/software/businesscasestudies/us/en/corp?synkey=Z920308S32229Z87 <br /> Case Study: http://www-03.ibm.com/software/businesscasestudies/us/en/corp?synkey=H339621P79611K91 <br /> Client name: <br /> Financial Insurance Management Corp. <br /> Quote: <br /> “In delivering against our business goals, PointSource also identified ways for us to optimize for faster, higher quality delivery with IBM tools for the mobile development lifecycle.” <br /> —Scott Liberatore, president and CEO, FIMC <br /> Company background: <br /> As a leading provider of outsourced customer membership programs, Financial Insurance Management Corp. (FIMC) offers customer service, point-of-sale training, regulatory compliance and marketing support to a diverse set of customers, including Wells Fargo, Precision Tune, AAMCO and Citibank. FIMC produces customized packages under its customers’ names, then provides services to fully manage the packages. Founded in 1974, FIMC is headquartered in Sarasota, Florida. <br /> Solution components: <br /> Software <br /> IBM® Rational® Test Workbench <br /> IBM Worklight <br /> IBM DevOps Services for Bluemix <br /> IBM Business Partner <br /> PointSource, LLC <br /> Business challenge: <br /> FIMC wanted to deliver increased value to members by offering an enhanced, high-quality mobile experience. FIMC hoped that by providing mobile services, it would simplify the renewal process for members. In the past, members might not realize that their roadside assistance or discount services had expired until they tried to use them. At that point, they would have to use traditional means, such as email or a phone call, to contact FIMC to renew their service. FIMC wanted to streamline this process so that members could easily renew from any location, ensuring more continuous service. Additionally, FIMC wanted to deliver faster access to its benefits and promotions, helping members gain more value from their memberships and thereby increasing the likelihood that they would want to renew. <br /> Benefits: <br /> By putting benefits right in front of members, the new mobile application has helped FIMC increase its renewal rate. FIMC is now better positioned to build customer loyalty through an optimized mobile experience. With help from PointSource, it can develop, deploy and manage the apps it needs to maintain near-real-time connectivity to customers, quickly and efficiently. The sophisticated, intuitive GUI of the mobile application facilitates ease of use and enhanced company branding, helping FIMC increase interaction with its existing customer base. <br />
  • Second launch theme: balance speed, cost, quality and risk for traditional enterprise applications <br /> ------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> DevOps capabilities to balance speed, cost, quality and risk for traditional enterprise applications: Leverage a consistent software delivery approach and practices for on-prem enterprise applications spanning mobile, back-office mainframe, IBM i or SAP platforms. Respond more rapidly to customer feedback while balancing speed, cost, quality and risk. New and enhanced capabilities being announced include: <br />
  • Main point: <br /> Continuous business planning - Customer and stakeholder collaboration for improved agility & informed decisions <br /> •Better align investment decisions with value and organizational strategies and priorities <br /> •Gain control of development initiatives by improving visibility and transparency <br /> •Provide a governance model adapted to multi-supplier sourcing structure <br /> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ <br /> What’s New? <br /> Rational System Architect V11.4.3 (June 2014) <br /> •Improved usability with introduction of SADM capability with the SA Core License <br /> •Improved integration with CLM Solution via OSLC Linking and OSLC GET Performance via REST API <br /> •Improved integration with publishing of the SA vocabulary. <br /> •Improved analysis and reporting by introducing “Tracked Resource Set” (TRS) Specifications for Lifecycle Query <br /> Usability/consumability improvements <br /> Review and markup of SA diagrams rendered in SADM with collaborative review process <br /> Jazz dashboards including information from SA and other tools such as FP, CLM. <br /> Sketches (informal diagrams) linkable to SA items via OSLC <br /> Improved integrations with Focal Point, Analytics, and Reporting <br /> Rational DOORS Next Generation 5.0 (RM) <br /> RM architectural changes for improved deployment and performance <br /> Significant Usability improvements <br /> •Quick actions for managing multiple windows <br /> •New module paste actions; Rich text editing improvements <br /> •Improved screen real estate utilization; Filtering of modules and collections by folders <br /> •Attribute editor within a module <br /> Client side scripting improvements <br /> DOORS 9.6: <br /> the largest focus for this release is to offer a fully native 64bit DOORS client to allow support for larger and more complex sets of requirements. <br /> Other enhancements cover migration, integration, configuration and general RM improvements <br /> Rational Requirements Composer (RRC) will be renamed to IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (RDNG) as of June 2, 2014. <br /> RRC and RDNG have been exactly the same from a capability perspective since Q4, 2013 – we are now simply renaming RRC RDNG avoid the confusion over which RM solution to purchase and deploy. <br /> Existing RRC customers will be entitled to RDNG going forward at no additional cost. <br /> Requirements Configuration Management Beta <br /> Requirements configuration Management offers support for parallel configurations of requirements data while providing the ability to merge these configurations in the future where needed. (BETA) <br /> Enterprise Scalability and Performance: <br /> Deploy requirements tool across the enterprise supporting larger numbers of users, higher scale of data and over a WAN rather than just a LAN <br /> NEW Client side Scripting (API) will offer a starting position for customers to provide their own customizations <br /> Enhanced module production release on release to strengthen analyst and engineer productivity in requirements capture <br /> Enhanced reuse – easier to copy information between projects on a server <br /> Enhanced integration, interoperation and exchange between DOORS and DOORS NG <br /> Collaborative Lifecycle Management 5.0 - with new, lightweight reporting services <br /> Improved ETL reporting performance for existing reporting infrastructure <br /> Data Collection Component (DCC) support provided for CLM applications <br /> Enhanced OOTB Agile reports <br /> Reporting Service provides Open Social gadgets to embed in existing dashboards <br /> Reduce installation overhead: get up and running in minutes <br />
  • Main point: New DevOps capabilities to balance speed with quality and risk for enterprise systems and traditional applications <br /> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> Businesses are able to leverage the same continuous delivery approach for their distributed and back-office (Mainframe, IBM i)environments to increase the speed to market with their latest products and services. The DevOps approach gives them the ability to respond more rapidly to customer feedback, as well as balance speed, cost, quality and risk. <br /> Enterprise Systems detail: <br /> Businesses are able to leverage the same continuous delivery approach for their distributed and back-office (Mainframe, IBM i) environments to increase the speed to market with their latest products and services. The DevOps approach gives them the ability to respond more rapidly to customer feedback, as well as balance speed, cost, quality and risk. <br /> What’s New? <br /> Rational Developer for System z <br /> Create, maintain, and quality-assure z/OS applications quickly and efficiently with enhanced tools for developing, debugging, and unit testing. New debug support for Rational Developer for System z 9.1 has new integrated debugger support for PL/I, C/C++, IMS, TM and DB2 SPs, as well as automated test data generation for zUnit.  <br /> Rational Developer for i <br /> Basic developer tools optimized for new Free-form RPG and line level code coverage analysis (cross-language). <br /> New ISDz trial cloud on SoftLayer <br /> Available for PoC. IBM® Integrated Solution for System z Development Trial is a free, cloud-based, hands-on environment that allows you to develop and test z/OS applications in a guided &quot;tinker, test, and try&quot; sandbox environment. The z/OS environment is powered by Rational Development and Test Environment for System z and the Softlayer Cloud <br /> New Compilers for New Power Systems built with POWER8 architecture and processor <br /> XL C/C++V13.1 and XL Fortran V15.1 <br /> New RDz QuickStart Services <br /> 2 versions of packaged services around quickstart RDz services including installation & configuration, training & mentoring, and support, delivered by DPO and select BP <br /> IBM UrbanCode Deploy 6.1 <br /> Capability to deploy native mainframe applications under z/OS, this release also automates deployment to Mobile devices and emulators and orchestrates changes spanning systems of engagement to systems of record. <br /> Proof Point: Tech Validate: International Investment Firm Driving Down Costs <br /> Release process required considerable effort and delayed by manually-introduced errors <br /> Solution: Automated release process <br /> Results: Cost avoidance of over $2.3M/year, reduced release time from 2-3 days to 1-2 hours and virtually eliminated test team down-time <br /> Rational Test Workbench 8.6 <br /> Enhanced support for System z including synchronization of WAS to create IMS and CICS model in UI and ability to execute tests against CICS programs directly without needing CICS TG <br /> ************* <br /> SAP Support <br /> Background: Accelerate SAP application, updates and integration delivery <br /> Most organizations accept their SAP testing is inadequate <br /> Testing is still largely manual <br /> There is a dependency on the entire system being in place <br /> Testing is often too late to be effective <br /> Business users are relied upon to conduct testing and drive realistic test data <br /> Test cycles are few and far between because of the resource and time constraints <br /> What’s New? <br /> IBM Rational Test Workbench (Contains RFT, RPT and RIT) <br /> Enables functional, performance and integration testing respectively throughout your SAP project lifecycle <br /> With a scriptless, wizard-driven test authoring environment and support for more than 70 technologies and protocols, <br /> IBM Rational Test Virtualization Server <br /> Model real system behavior to eliminate test dependencies and simulate production <br /> Accelerate testing and reduce the setup and infrastructure costs of traditional testing environments. <br /> IBM Rational Performance Test Server <br /> Replicate SAP performance scenarios and execute them in your test environments <br /> Generate load from downstream non-SAP components, such as Webservices. <br /> **************** <br /> IBM Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management – What’s New? <br /> Rational Team Concert 5.0 <br /> New and enhanced DevOps and Continuous engineering support to optimize the lifecycle including: <br /> NEW lean reports that show lead time, cycle time and process control charts to optimize bottlenecks in the workflow. Enhanced agile burnup and burndown reports by story points. <br /> NEW Git integration so teams can use Git with RTC planning, tracking, process -- provides permission and process control and wi-linking to Git commits <br /> Quickly find the plans you need by team area or keyword search by name <br /> Intelligent merge - when adding change sets show me which other changes can fill gaps to avoid merge <br /> Show auditors incremental version ids <br /> Faster and selective ClearCase version imports <br /> Identify changes to Dependency Builds (z/OS and IBM i) -- view build maps and system definition history <br /> Rational Quality Manager 5.0 <br /> Enhanced efficiencies allows the team to: <br /> Reuse test artifacts and avoid confusion between artifacts with the same name by preventing artifacts from being created with the exact same name as an existing artifact of the same type in the same project area <br /> Run long and complex manual tests with large screen shots by configuring the layout of the manual test execution window, drastically improving the user experience of running manual test in RQM WebUI. <br /> Manage complex tests with many execution variables by more easily leveraging execution variable to parametrize the execution of test suites <br /> Run manual tests while being in the field or an isolated test lab with no connection to the RQM server by running manual tests offline using a dedicated client application running on mobile devices (tablets, phablets) <br /> DOORS Next Gen 5.0 <br /> See prior chart <br />
  • New capabilities in IBM UrbanCode Deploy v6.1 include: <br /> Support deployment of native applications to environments on z/OS <br /> Organizations can now leverage IBM UrbanCode Deploy to bring development teams together on one solution to speed the delivery of inter-dependent, multi-platform applications. To meet the needs of clients developing native z/OS applications, IBM has added the ability to deploy and promote incremental changes, also referred to as a package, to a target partitioned data set on z/OS. Users will also have the ability to rollback a previously deployed package from a target environment. <br /> •Enhanced platform support for Websphere Application Server <br /> Using the existing Websphere Application Server and Middleware Configuration for Websphere Application Server integrations, users can set up fully automated, reliable configurations and deploy application components to WebSphere Application Server on z/OS. <br /> Optimization of globally distributed deployments across multiple data centers <br /> In today&apos;s market, many enterprises have globally distributed teams with the need to manage development, test, and production deployments at numerous locations all over the world. To improve the performance and mitigate inherent network latency in geographically co-located high availability scenarios, users will have the option in IBM UrbanCode Deploy v6.1 to enable the relay server to retrieve and store local copies of deployment artifacts from the central server. Rather than using the relay server to communicate directly to the central server, agents will be able to download artifacts directly from relay server, improving the speed of application deployments. <br /> Snapshot export and import support to manage and promote automation processes across environments and teams <br /> Many customers need the ability to safely and easily make process and configurations changes in a environment that is completely isolated from production. These same customers may also have distributed teams with varying levels of ownership and expertise and require that process configurations be selectively shared among terms. IBM UrbanCode Deploy v6.1 now supports the ability to export and import deployment processes and configurations so that users will be able to develop and test automation in development environments, promote to production servers and share among teams without impacting existing deployments. <br /> Ability to configure more fine-grained edit permissions <br /> To meet the needs of administrators that require the ability to control edit permissions in a more fine-grained manner, IBM UrbanCode Deploy v6.1 provides sub-permissions capabilities under the existing Edit permissions. Sub-permissions will enable you to control access at more specific levels rather than granting users the ability to edit objects, like components, at a higher level and unintentionally provide users with the ability to alter the current deployment processes. <br /> Automatic deployment of mobile applications running on devices and emulators <br /> IBM UrbanCode Deploy enhanced capabilities to achieve continuous delivery of mobile applications with support for emulators and physical devices in Google Android SDK. Users will be able deploy their Android application to a target emulator or physical device for testing. <br /> For information on the latest integrations and additional information: https://www.ibmdw.net/urbancode/products/urbancode-deploy/whats-new/ <br /> New capabilities in IBM UrbanCode Release v6.1 include: <br /> Ability to schedule events on a single enterprise release calendar <br /> The ability to schedule and publish financial black-out dates, holidays and enterprise release dates as well as custom event types in a single calendar enable users to create a cadence for software delivery across multiple lines of business. You can quickly display event details and filter the calendar by release, environment, or event types to provide more flexibility while analyzing and reporting on release and deployment activities. <br /> Reservation capabilities to better manage environment usage across multiple release effort and activities <br /> Users are able to quickly identify available environments and reserve one or more for a specific phase of a release or activities, such as testing or infrastructure maintenance over a range of dates. If a conflict is detected for a reservation, a warning will be displayed to the user, detailing the potential conflicts. Real-time status of environment availability and dependencies among release efforts will improve control of utilization and help minimize unnecessary delays caused by environment contention across project teams and release. <br /> Ability to reuse process checkpoint assets to efficiently plan multiple releases <br /> In many cases, organizations will have standard checkpoints that are applicable to more than one release and want to easily define and apply to multiple releases at a time. Templates are introduced to allow release process checkpoints to be harvested and reused across multiple releases without repeat data entry thus minimizing the amount of manual rework needed to setup releases across the entire enterprise. <br /> Support for high availability via clustering <br /> As you deploy many thousands of users, high availability becomes more critical. IBM UrbanCode Release v6.1 now supports the ability to set up multiple servers in a clustered configuration through the use of a load balancer to distribute traffic between the servers. <br /> Full multi-cultural and translation support <br /> IBM UrbanCode Deploy and IBM urbanCode Release v6.1 are available in the following languages: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. <br />
  • Case Study: http://www-03.ibm.com/software/businesscasestudies/us/en/corp?synkey=X332016M82338E12 <br /> Client Name: <br /> Fidelity Worldwide Investment <br /> Pull Quote: <br /> “Applications that took days to release now take just an hour.”—Tony Green, Technology, Architecture and Engineering, Fidelity Worldwide Investment <br /> Company Background: <br /> Fidelity Worldwide Investment is a leading international provider of investment products and services. In addition to its well-known fund supermarket, FundsNetwork, Fidelity Worldwide Investment also provides retirement products, including Direct Contribution pensions, and employee workplace savings. <br /> Solution components: <br /> Software <br /> IBM® UrbanCode™ Deploy <br /> Business challenge: <br /> As it prepared to launch a critical new application, Fidelity Worldwide Investment wanted to replace its manual release processes with an automated release solution. <br /> The benefit: <br /> The solution helped reduce the time required for software releases by 99 percent, from 2 - 3 days to just 1 - 2 hours. The company also achieved cost avoidance of more than USD2.3 million per year. <br />
  • In a recent survey conducted by TechValidate on behalf of IBM, over 800 users of IBM UrbanCode products were asked about their product usage, the challenges they were facing before adopting a continuous delivery solution, why they chose the products, and the benefits they’ve achieved since implementation. <br /> Our first sparkler comes directly from a health information company who recently adopted agile development. Using IBM UrbanCode Deploy they not only were able to reduce risks associated with large releases, and speed their deployment process – IBM URbanCode help changed their culture (which is at the heart of DevOps). <br /> Speed is consistent theme we saw in this survey. <br /> Of those surveyed who were users of IBM UrbanCode Deploy (UrbanCode had several products in the market prior to acquisition by IBM including AntHillPro, and uBuild), 82% said that IBM UrbanCode Deploy helps get their application to market fast. And over 70% said their deployments were at least 50-75% FASTER with UrbanCode Deploy. <br /> Lastly – an Australian online Professional Services Company reduced their deployments from hours to just minutes, allowing them to deploy multiple times during the day. <br />
  • Client Name: Case Study: http://www-03.ibm.com/software/businesscasestudies/us/en/corp?synkey=Z755161K18407T47 <br /> Company Background: <br /> Schwäbisch Hall Kreditservice AG (SHKS) is the IT service provider for Bausparkasse Schwäbisch Hall (BSH), a contractual savings for housing company founded in 1931. SHKS is a wholly owned subsidiary of BSH, which is the market leader in the German savings and mortgage market. SHKS is responsible for developing and implementing the processes, IT systems and data center operations for BSH. <br /> Solution components: <br /> Software <br /> IBM® Rational® ClearCase® <br /> IBM Rational Developer for System z® <br /> IBM Business Partner <br /> IBM Premier Business Partner PKS Software GmbH <br /> Business challenge: <br /> Schwäbisch Hall Kreditservice AG (SHKS) needed to modernize its aging applications so it would be easier to find the IT skills needed to maintain them in coming years. <br /> The benefit: <br /> SHKS expects to more easily replace the staff members who have specialized skills, preserving competitiveness and market momentum. <br />
  • Main point: A large government in North America manages change quickly, efficiently and more cost effectively for both SAP and non-SAP solutions. <br /> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ <br /> Who are they? established in 1867, this Government is charged with managing and maintaining the economical, agricultural and social well-being of its country and citizens, as well as ensuring its general security. It includes approximately 130 departments and agencies. . <br /> Need? the Government lacked a single, centralized source of truth, which made reporting and management difficult and time consuming. It also lacked consistent, standardized processes and tools, which affected the level of visibility, quality and lengthened time to market. The government decided to launch a financial management transformation initiative, to introduce consistent financial processes across all of its departments and agencies and choose a more flexible and full-featured solution.Solution? Government implemented an updated ERP solution based on SAP applications. The client also implemented a suite of IBM Rational software to provide a collaborative lifecycle-management platform. By implementing a suite of IBM Rational software and SAP applications, the Government gained a centralized platform that provides a single source of truth for all data and development processes. The client can now manage change quickly, efficiently and more cost effectively for both SAP and non-SAP solutions. Using the Rational software, the organization established a unified and standardized set of tools and best practices to help maintain a higher quality level and accelerate time to market. The client also gained full test automation and lifecycle traceability, enabling staff to track and monitor project progress for more accurate reporting. Finally, the solution enables near-real-time planning capabilities and provides workflow process enforcement across all project assets.Real Business Results? The single source of truth resulted into 90% improvement in efficiency and by managing change across SAP and non SAP applications, the government improved 80% productivity. Collaborative ALM provided government end to end traceability between business and IT requirements, changes and quality management. This benefited them in reducing overall testing cost by 40%. Enable traceability between business and IT requirements, changes and quality management <br /> Notes: - Published on 9-Jul-2013 <br /> Customer:Government from North America <br /> Industry:Government <br /> Deployment country:North America <br /> Solution:Rational ALM for SAP. <br />
  • Third launch theme: reduce time to customer feedback of multi-channel apps <br /> ------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> DevOps capabilities to reduce time to customer feedback of multi-channel apps: Mobile and DevOps are inextricably linked and DevOps capabilities are driving increasing business value to organizations who are adopting a mobile first perspective to achieve improved customer engagement. User sentiment analysis and mobile app quality are important aspects of the IBM MobileFirst strategy, and IBM technology for mobile app testing and quality assurance forms a key ingredient in delivering quality engagements with customers. <br />
  • Main point: Mobile and DevOps are inextricably linked and DevOps capabilities are driving increasing business value to organizations who are adopting a mobile first perspective on their business. <br /> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> We are announcing number of new and updated solutions to address the needs of our mobile enterprise customers. Mobile App quality is an important aspect of our overall MobileFirst strategy and IBM technology for mobile app testing and quality assurance forms a key ingredient in delivering quality to your customers. <br /> What’s New? <br /> For Develop and Test <br /> IBM Worklight V6.1. Significantly reduce the time and amount of coding required for backend data and services integration, producing robust services-driven mobile apps.  Immediate support for iOS7. <br /> IBM Mobile Quality Assurance Open Beta. Reach for five-star app quality through a consolidated view of customer feedback and metrics that helps developers understand and optimize their apps <br /> IBM Rational Test Workbench 8.5.1. Designed for the mobile developer and/or test professional, IBM’s Rational Test Workbench Mobile Test Edition v8.5.1 enables teams to create and manage test scenarios across mobile devices and desktop browsers. Through simplified authoring of data driven mobile test scenarios and visualizing the test flow, teams are able to deliver feedback faster and report on the quality of the mobile app to help drive business decisions <br /> For Release and Deploy <br /> IBM UrbanCode Deploy plug-in for IBM Worklight. Easily and accurately deploy Worklight apps from development to test or production environments using automation that ensures all app components are available where and when needed. <br />   <br /> Continuous Customer Feedback & Optimization <br /> IBM Performance Management (SaaS) v1.2 (renamed from IBM Application Performance Management) &gt;&gt; adds .NET and Ruby code level diagnostics to IBM Application Diagnostics (SaaS) to quickly resolve application issues. In addition, IBM Performance Management adds a new component called IBM APM (SaaS), which includes end user experience, transaction tracking, and resource monitoring of all your application components. It’s the best option for managing critical applications in production. <br /> Worklight Quality Assurance &gt;&gt; <br /> Tealeaf v9.0 (Cloud) &gt;&gt; offers customer behavior analytics in a cloud environment as well as improved capabilities for mobile, usability analysis, and voice of the customer applications. Tealeaf 9.0 also includes globalized enhancements to the user interface to account for more diverse usage across countries and in more languages. With version 9.0, organizations around the world can better understand customer behavior and identify and resolve areas of customer struggle across digital interaction points to continuously improve the customer experience. <br />
  • Case Study: http://www-03.ibm.com/software/businesscasestudies/us/en/corp?synkey=U284750W22432P00 <br /> Client name: <br /> Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC) <br /> Quote: <br /> “From the onset of our transformation we wanted an open platform that is agile enough to scale up with our growth targets.” <br /> —Dennis Bancod, senior EVP, head of IT and operations, RCBC <br /> Company background: <br /> Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC), headquartered in Makati City, the Philippines, was established in 1960. The bank provides a range of banking and financial products and services for commercial and retail customers. It is currently the fourth-largest private domestic bank in the Philippines by assets and has approximately 420 branches and 5,000 employees nationwide.  <br /> Solution components: <br /> Software <br /> Rational Build Forge Enterprise Edition; <br /> Rational Team Concert; <br /> DB2 for z/OS; <br /> Tivoli Composite Application Manager for Applications; <br /> Tivoli Composite Application Manager for Transactions; <br /> Tivoli OMEGAMON XE for DB2 Performance Expert on z/OS; <br /> Tivoli Service Request Manager; <br /> Tivoli Storage Manager; <br /> WebSphere Application Server for z/OS; <br /> WebSphere MQ <br /> Challenge: <br /> As the fourth largest bank in the Philippines, RCBC had two needs: first, to give tech savvy customers mobile access to banking products and second, to tap the millions of citizens in the Philippines without banking accounts, which is about 80 percent of the country. <br /> Benefits: <br /> The bank worked with IBM, using the DevOps approach to transform its IT to speed product development, introduce mobile banking and move 2-3 years ahead of its competition. <br />
  • Video Testimonial: http://www-03.ibm.com/software/businesscasestudies/us/en/corp?synkey=Z920308S32229Z87 <br /> Case Study: http://www-03.ibm.com/software/businesscasestudies/us/en/corp?synkey=H339621P79611K91 <br /> Client name: <br /> Financial Insurance Management Corp. <br /> Quote: <br /> “In delivering against our business goals, PointSource also identified ways for us to optimize for faster, higher quality delivery with IBM tools for the mobile development lifecycle.” <br /> —Scott Liberatore, president and CEO, FIMC <br /> Company background: <br /> As a leading provider of outsourced customer membership programs, Financial Insurance Management Corp. (FIMC) offers customer service, point-of-sale training, regulatory compliance and marketing support to a diverse set of customers, including Wells Fargo, Precision Tune, AAMCO and Citibank. FIMC produces customized packages under its customers’ names, then provides services to fully manage the packages. Founded in 1974, FIMC is headquartered in Sarasota, Florida. <br /> Solution components: <br /> Software <br /> IBM® Rational® Test Workbench <br /> IBM Worklight <br /> IBM DevOps Services for Bluemix <br /> IBM Business Partner <br /> PointSource, LLC <br /> Business challenge: <br /> FIMC wanted to deliver increased value to members by offering an enhanced, high-quality mobile experience. FIMC hoped that by providing mobile services, it would simplify the renewal process for members. In the past, members might not realize that their roadside assistance or discount services had expired until they tried to use them. At that point, they would have to use traditional means, such as email or a phone call, to contact FIMC to renew their service. FIMC wanted to streamline this process so that members could easily renew from any location, ensuring more continuous service. Additionally, FIMC wanted to deliver faster access to its benefits and promotions, helping members gain more value from their memberships and thereby increasing the likelihood that they would want to renew. <br /> Benefits: <br /> By putting benefits right in front of members, the new mobile application has helped FIMC increase its renewal rate. FIMC is now better positioned to build customer loyalty through an optimized mobile experience. With help from PointSource, it can develop, deploy and manage the apps it needs to maintain near-real-time connectivity to customers, quickly and efficiently. The sophisticated, intuitive GUI of the mobile application facilitates ease of use and enhanced company branding, helping FIMC increase interaction with its existing customer base. <br />
  • This is a transition chart to the final section on: new services, practices and tools to help customers plan and execute a staged adoption of DevOps practices <br /> ------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> We are announcing new services, practices and tools to help customers plan and execute a staged adoption of DevOps practices to improve their business outcomes. The goal of the Adoption Framework is to help customers adopt a lean way of working to achieve business value and work leaner. The focus is not on adoption, but on achieving measurable business outcomes. The DevOps Adoption Framework includes 3 key components - Adoption Model, Solutions and Community. <br />
  • The goal of the Adoption Framework is to help customers adopt a lean way of working to achieve business value.. <br /> AND <br /> Work more leaner ourselves (break down the solos). <br /> The focus is not on adoption, but on achieving measurable business outcomes. <br /> The DevOps Adoption Framework includes 3 key components - Adoption Model, Solutions and Community. <br /> The DevOps Adoption Framework is based on a Lean Adoption Model that describes common adoption paths for specific improvement initiatives. <br /> Practitioners can assess where they are and build an adoption roadmap that enables them to execute those initiatives, which includes the incremental and measurable adoption of DevOps Solution capabilities. <br /> As they execute their adoption roadmap, practitioners can collaborate with other practitioners adopting DevOps capabilities in the DevOps Community, sharing lessons learned and success stories, as well a contributing to the continuous improvement of the Adoption Framework itself. <br /> The Adoption Framework is “Measurable Outcome Based”, which means that measurement is “baked into” all components: <br /> The Lean Adoption Model provides some recommended efficiency benchmarks, supporting the prediction and measurement of improvement initiatives <br /> Each Solution includes specific measures (described in the practices and automated in the tools). <br /> Underlying measurement framework provides a lean measurement foundation <br /> The Adoption Framework provides a practitioner call to action: <br /> Lean Adoption Model: Define adoption roadmap and business case: Assess where you are, define roadmap to where you want to go and articulate the business case <br /> Solutions: Adopt specific capabilities, including prescriptive guidance (practices) and automation (tooling) <br /> Community: Grow skills/learn, share experiences (success stories and lessons learned), contribute content and provide feedback on the adoption model and solutions (continuous improvement). <br /> Walker: The Adoption Model is like potential energy and the Solutions are like Kinetic energy.. <br />
  • Main point: <br /> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> DevOps Self Assessment: <br /> The DevOps practice proficiency assessment is designed provide our clients with a self-guided appraisal of their DevOps practices. This offering covers practices in each of the DevOps adoption paths defined in IBM&apos;s approach to DevOps. During the evaluation you can review the relative results of others and obtain your results in a practice proficiency model report used for planning your DevOps improvements <br /> The On Demand Consulting services: <br /> offering provides just-in-time access to deep technical expertise and shares best practices with your client&apos;s Rational solution deployment teams. This service offers a “virtual” center of excellence for your client&apos;s Rational technology implementation, deployment and adoption, helping your client develop their in-house expertise on real projects and helping them establish a successful track record. It is a cost effective way for clients to access an expert resource to build their team&apos;s capabilities for long-term self-sufficiency. <br /> The Discovery and Deployment Planning workshop: <br /> provides clients an opportunity for IBM to facilitate a cross-functional, collaborative discussion on their challenges with software delivery practices, identify and prioritize improvement goals and deliver a practical roadmap and architecture for adopting Rational solutions. <br />
  • IBM Cloud DevOps Managed Services orchestrates and automates the deployment of middleware, applications and databases into the cloud leveraging the power of UrbanCode. <br /> Bullets from long version of “offering on a page:” <br /> Enable Application teams to perform on-demand Dev/Test self-deploys to continuously integrate software driven innovation <br /> Slash initial deployment process durations by up to 94% and redeployments by up to 98% <br /> Perform repeatable and error-free deployments using predefined processes <br /> Drive down initial deployment costs by up to 93% and redeployment costs by up to 98% <br /> Reduce middleware, application and database Dev/Test build time by up to 84% <br /> Enforce security and traceability to assure compliance and auditability <br /> Reduce time to market for your application development and testing projects! <br />
  • RFRS Business Partners supporting DevOps <br /> SDE (Software Development Experts) provide Advisor, a Cloud-based expert system that provides timely guidance on software development processes <br /> Black Duck Software - IBM plans** to give users easy access to Black Duck Open Hub content from within the IBM Bluemix DevOps environment to increase the speed and quality of hybrid application software composition. Integration with Black Duck Open Hub, allows developers to quickly search and find what they want from a vast amount of OSS code snippets or projects, use Bluemix and IBM DevOps Services (powered by JazzHub) to fork the project, build, test and deploy their solutions seamlessly in a matter of minutes. <br /> Datical automates and simplifies deployment and configuration of DB schema updates across the DevOps lifeycle <br /> TestPlant’s eggPlant enables truly non-invasive and technology independent deployment validation with UrbanCode, any GUI, any device, any OS, any browser <br /> Optimyth Kiuwan enables continuous measurement of an applications quality and security though its Cloud-based static analysis service <br /> Coverity provides development testing, identifying code quality and security risks early in development process <br /> Appurify provides an API-accessible Cloud of real mobile devices with powerful runt-time debugging, optimization and test tools <br /> MobileLabs enables automation through Urban Code deploy of remote installation or removal of mobile app builds to real iOS and Android devices <br /> Arcad Pack for Rational strengthens cross-platform continuous delivery and deployment by bringing specialized, integrated capability to the IBM i platform <br /> Skytap Cloud with Urban Code Deploy enables development and test teams to automate their continuous delivery pipeline for Skytap&apos;s complex virtual dev/test environments <br /> AT&T Application Resource Optimizer (ARO) is a diagnostic tool for analyzing and optimizing mobile web application performance including network impact and battery utilization <br /> Applause – Helps customers with the challenges of Mobile DevOps through a 360* view of Quality and community services such as their In-The-Wild testing. Applause SDK integrates with RTC and WorkLight. <br /> **IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. <br />

Cloud, Mobile, Enterprise. Built with DevOps. Made with IBM. Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Cloud, Mobile, Enterprise. Built with DevOps. Made with IBM. June 1, 2014 Announcing new DevOps services, capabilities and practices
  • 2. © 2014 IBM Corporation22  New IBM Bluemix DevOps services to accelerate development and delivery in the cloud  New DevOps capabilities to balance speed, cost, quality and risk for traditional enterprise applications  New DevOps capabilities to reduce time to customer feedback of multi-channel apps Cloud, Mobile, Enterprise. Built with DevOps. Made with IBM. Announcing new DevOps services, capabilities and practices Operate Develop/ Test Deploy Steer DevOps Continuous Feedback Getting started: IBM DevOps practices for an incremental adoption of DevOps – available through IBM and our DevOps ecosystem partners
  • 3. © 2014 IBM Corporation33 IBM DevOps point of view Enterprise capability for continuous software delivery that enables organizations to seize market opportunities and reduce time to customer feedback Accelerate software delivery – for faster time to value Balance speed, cost, quality and risk – for increased capacity to innovate Reduce time to customer feedback – for improved customer experience Continuous Customer Feedback & Optimization Collaborative Development Continuous Release and Deployment Continuous Monitoring Continuous Business Planning Continuous Testing Operate Develop/ Test Deploy Steer DevOps Continuous Feedback Clients are achieving measurable business outcomes with DevOps
  • 4. © 2014 IBM Corporation44 New IBM Bluemix DevOps services to accelerate development and delivery in the cloud Accelerate software delivery – for faster time to value Balance speed, cost, quality and risk – for increased capacity to innovate Reduce time to customer feedback – for improved customer experience Continuous Customer Feedback & Optimization Collaborative Development  Agile Planning and Tracking  Server-side Code  Web IDE  GiT Hosting  RapidApps (beta)  Continuous Delivery Pipeline  Black Duck Open Hub (planned) Continuous Release and Deployment  AppScan Mobile Analyzer  Continuous Delivery Pipeline Continuous Monitoring Continuous Business Planning  Agile Planning and Tracking  Application Auto-Scaling  Monitoring & Analytics  Mobile Data  Push  Mobile Application Security  Mobile Quality Assurance  Push Operate Develop/ Test Deploy Steer DevOps Continuous Feedback Continuous Testing Cloud
  • 5. © 2014 IBM Corporation5 New IBM Bluemix DevOps services to accelerate development and delivery in the cloud Search to code in less than two minutes. Code to deploy in seconds. Deploy to feedback in minutes. Continuous business planning  Agile Planning and Tracking - With improved user experience to quickly plan and execute agile projects Collaborative development  Connect to or host Git repositories to develop and edit code and auto-deploy in IBM Bluemix to speed changes through the delivery process  Start coding instantly with the built-in Web IDE or bring your own coding tools.  Continuous Delivery Pipeline on IBM Bluemix to quickly build, compile, test & package apps Continuous release and deployment  Continuous Delivery Pipeline to automate release and deployment in IBM Bluemix Continuous customer feedback & optimization  Mobile Quality Assurance with frictionless bug and in-app crash reporting to reduce time to feedback for mobile apps with sentiment analysis to accelerate feedback loops from app ratings and reviews Cloud
  • 6. © 2014 IBM Corporation66 Solution components Software  IBM Bluemix DevOps services  IBM® Rational® Test Workbench  IBM Worklight IBM Business Partner  PointSource, LLC Financial Insurance Management Corp. Delivers a mobile solution in just three months “In delivering against our business goals, PointSource also identified ways for us to optimize for faster, higher quality delivery with IBM tools for the mobile development lifecycle.” — Scott Liberatore, president and CEO, FIMC The transformation: FIMC created a mobile application that helps its customers stay connected to their membership programs from just about anywhere. Enables customers to check status and initiate roadside assistance from their mobile devices Transparent development helps accommodate changing business requirements Increases customer renewals by enhancing customer access and engagement IBM Software – Case Study - Professional Services Cloud
  • 7. © 2014 IBM Corporation77 New DevOps capabilities to balance speed, cost quality and risk for traditional enterprise applications Accelerate software delivery – for faster time to value Balance speed, cost, quality and risk – for increased capacity to innovate Reduce time to customer feedback – for improved customer experience Collaborative Development  Rational Developer family 9.1  Power8 compilers  ARCAD Pack for Rational  Collaborative Lifecycle Management 5.0  Lifecycle Integration Adapters Continuous Release and Deployment  UrbanCode Release and Deploy 6.1  Rational Software Architect integration with UrbanCode 6.1 Continuous Business Planning  Rational DOORS Next Gen 5.0  Rational System Architect 11.4.3  CLM Reporting Services Continuous Testing  Rational Test Workbench 8.6  Rational Test Virtualization Server 8.6  Rational Quality Manager 5.0 Operate Develop/ Test Deploy Steer DevOps Continuous Feedback Continuous Customer Feedback & Optimization  Mobile Quality Assurance (On-Prem) Continuous Monitoring Enterprise systems
  • 8. © 2014 IBM Corporation8 Continuous business planning  Rational System Architect (EA) - New Jazz-based UI enables more stakeholders, including line of business, business analysts and developers to understand and manage change and risk  Rational DOORS Next Generation (RM) – With improved traceability of requirements teams can increase transparency and control across the development lifecycle and reduce project risk; Client RM JavaScript extension scripting improvements enables effective communication between EA, project and portfolio teams teams to define, analyze and manage change faster and with better insights  Requirements Configuration Management (beta) - Offers versioning and configuration management of requirements with full support for existing RRC and RDNG data; Parallel development and workspace variant management with streams  Collaborative Lifecycle Management 5.0 - New lightweight reporting services provide enhanced OOTB and self-service reports, and a 10x performance improvement to help manage the lifecycle more efficiently New DevOps capabilities to balance speed, cost, quality and risk for traditional enterprise applications Enterprise systems
  • 9. © 2014 IBM Corporation9 Collaborative development  Rational Developer family of IDEs and Power compilers - Create fast and efficient multi-language / multi-platform applications; Enhanced debugging for all major subsystems on System z; New ISDz trial on SoftLayer; New packaged deployment and training services to support rollouts of RDz; New XL C/C++ and XL Fortran compilers exploit POWER8; ARCAD Pack for Rational adds support for green screen developers  Rational Team Concert (CLM 5.0) – Minimize workflow bottlenecks with new lean reports; New Git integration so teams can use Git with RTC for agile planning and tracking Continuous testing  Rational Test Workbench - Accelerate multi-platform application testing with enhanced support for IMS, CICS and SAP applications; New testing support for SAP XI 3.0 & SAP PI 7.31+ interfaces; virtualization support for SAP XI 3.0 interfaces; Enhanced SAP BAPI and RFC testing and SAP RFC virtualization  Rational Quality Manager (CLM 5.0) - Supports off-line, manual testing through a new mobile user interface to shorten test cycles; Manage complex tests using execution variables to parameterize test suites Continuous release and deployment  IBM UrbanCode Deploy - New support for deployment to native z/OS New DevOps capabilities to balance speed, cost, quality and risk for traditional enterprise applications (continued) Enterprise systems
  • 10. © 2014 IBM Corporation1010 Expansion of plug-in ecosystem Streamline multi-platform deployments  Automate deployment to mobile devices and emulators with plugins for Worklight Foundation 6.2 and Android SDKs and for AppPurify  Deploy native mainframe applications  Manage changes spanning systems of engagement to systems of record Maximize global productivity  Cache deployment artifacts to optimize globally distributed deployments  Coordinate and control environment usage efficiently across multiple releases and teams  Empower users locally with full multi-cultural and translation support Simplify full stack environment management with patterns for any cloud  Deploy to any cloud  Design open, full stack environments in a graphical or textual editor IBM UrbanCode Release and Deploy Multi-platform application delivery for globally distributed DevOps enterprises Enterprise systems
  • 11. © 2014 IBM Corporation1111 Solution components Software  IBM® UrbanCode™ Deploy Gained more predictable release schedules for stakeholders Achieved cost avoidance of more than USD2.3 million per year Improved the ability to demonstrate compliance with regulations “Applications that took days to release now take just an hour.” — Tony Green, Technology, Architecture and Engineering, Fidelity Worldwide Investment The transformation: As it prepared to launch a critical new application, Fidelity Worldwide Investment wanted to replace its manual release processes with an automated release solution. The solution helped reduce the time required for software releases by 99 percent, from 2 - 3 days to just 1 - 2 hours. The company also achieved cost avoidance of more than USD2.3 million per year. Fidelity Worldwide Investments Achieves predictable release schedules and simplifies regulatory compliance IBM Software – Case Study - Financial Services Enterprise systems
  • 12. © 2014 IBM Corporation1212 Customers Agree – UrbanCode Delivers Results Changing Culture From Hours to Minutes Faster Deployments Speeding Time to Market Enterprise systems
  • 13. © 2014 IBM Corporation131313 Preserves competitiveness through a more modern infrastructure Closes IT recruitment gap Enhances market momentum Schwäbisch Hall Kreditservice AG Modernizes applications and closes staffing gaps The transformation: The IBM solution helped SHKS modernize existing applications with a Java or web front end, and also migrate the remaining applications to preprocessor-based COBOL applications. Through this effort, SHKS can close the expected IT staff recruitment gap Solution components Software  IBM Rational Developer for System z®  IBM® Rational® ClearCase® IBM Business Partner  IBM Premier Business Partner PKS Software GmbH IBM Software – Case Study - Computer services Enterprise systems
  • 14. © 2014 IBM Corporation1414  Centralized platform that provides a single source of truth for all data and development processes.  Manages change quickly, efficiently and more cost effectively for both SAP and non-SAP solutions  Collaborative ALM solution that provides end to end traceability between business and IT requirements, changes and quality management 80% Improvement in productivity 40% Reduction in overall testing costs 90% Increased efficiency of an upgrade or change Solution components Software  IBM® Rational® Quality Manager  IBM Rational Team Concert  IBM Rational Requirements Composer “So what used to take days, if not months, is now almost instantaneous. If we want to make a change to one of our policies, we know almost instantly how many processes are going to be impacted by that change.” Large North American government organization Manages change quickly, efficiently and more cost effectively for both SAP and non-SAP solutions IBM Software - Government Enterprise systems
  • 15. © 2014 IBM Corporation1515 New DevOps capabilities to reduce time to customer feedback for multi-channel applications Accelerate software delivery – for faster time to value Balance speed, cost, quality and risk – for increased capacity to innovate Reduce time to customer feedback – for improved customer experience Collaborative Development  Worklight Platform – Worklight Foundation Continuous Release and Deployment  UrbanCode Deploy 6.1  Worklight Platform – Worklight Quality Assurance  Tealeaf v9.0 (Cloud) Continuous Testing  Rational Test Workbench - Mobile Test Edition v8.5.1  Rational Test Virtualization Server 8.6  Worklight Platform – Worklight Quality Assurance Operate Develop/ Test Deploy Steer DevOps Continuous Feedback Continuous Business Planning Continuous Customer Feedback & Optimization Continuous Monitoring • Performance Management v1.2 with IBM Application Diagnostics (SaaS) Mobile
  • 16. © 2014 IBM Corporation1616 Continuous testing  New Rational Test Workbench Mobile Test Edition – with simplified test case authoring and test flow visualization, Testing feedback reaches development sooner and shortens feedback and delivery cycles Continuous release and deployment  New UrbanCode Deploy plugins for Worklight Foundation 6.2 SDK, Android SDK, and AppPurify - Automate deployment planning and execution for faster delivery of mobile apps Continuous monitoring  Performance Management (SaaS) – New dashboards for end-user experience tracking and performance monitoring helps monitor application and infrastructure health and improve user experience Continuous customer feedback & optimization  Mobile Quality Assurance – With new, consolidated views of user feedback and ratings developers can more quickly optimize the user experience; IBM Bluemix (SaaS) and IBM Worklight (On-Prem) versions available  TeaLeaf (Cloud) – With globalized language support and Sentiment Analysis to accelerate feedback loops from app ratings and reviews New DevOps capabilities to reduce time to customer feedback for multi-channel applications Mobile
  • 17. © 2014 IBM Corporation1717 “From the onset of our transformation, we wanted an open platform that is agile enough to scale up with our growth targets.” — Dennis Bancod, senior EVP, head of IT and operations, RCBC The transformation: With the help from IBM and the DevOps approach, RCBC shortened development time from months to just days, across multiple platforms, from mainframe to mobile. Gained 1.2 million new customers in just one year Launched first mobile banking solution in the country Shortened development time for products from months to days Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. Leaps 2-3 years ahead of its competition with mobile banking solution Solution components Software  IBM® Rational ® Team Concert™  IBM Rational Build Forge Enterprise  IBM SmartCloud Monitoring  IBM WebSphere® Application Server for z/OS IBM WebSphere MQ IBM Software – Case Study - Financial Services Mobile
  • 18. © 2014 IBM Corporation1818 “In delivering against our business goals, PointSource also identified ways for us to optimize for faster, higher quality delivery with IBM tools for the mobile development lifecycle.” — Scott Liberatore, president and CEO, FIMC The transformation: FIMC created a mobile application that helps its customers stay connected to their membership programs from just about anywhere. Enables customers to check status and initiate roadside assistance from their mobile devices Transparent development helps accommodate changing business requirements Improved customer loyalty through an optimized mobile experience Financial Insurance Management Corp. Delivers a mobile solution in just three months Solution components Software  IBM Bluemix DevOps services  IBM® Rational® Test Workbench  IBM Worklight IBM Business Partner  PointSource, LLC IBM Software – Case Study - Professional Services Mobile
  • 19. © 2014 IBM Corporation1919 Cloud, Mobile, Enterprise. Built with DevOps. Made with IBM. Announcing new DevOps services, capabilities and practices Operate Develop/ Test Deploy Steer DevOps Continuous Feedback  New IBM Bluemix DevOps services to accelerate development and delivery in the cloud  New DevOps capabilities to balance speed with quality and risk for traditional enterprise applications  New DevOps capabilities to reduce time to customer feedback of multi-channel apps Getting started: IBM DevOps practices for an incremental adoption of DevOps – available through IBM and our DevOps ecosystem partners
  • 20. © 2014 IBM Corporation2020 IBM DevOps Adoption Framework delivers measurable outcomes Enable lean adoption of DevOps capabilities Adoption Model Self-assessments Adoption paths Adoption services Solutions Practices Tooling Services Steer Product-based Agile Automated Collaborative Optimizing More Predictable More Transparent More Continuous Process-based Process-heavy Manual Silo-ed Develop/Test Deploy Operate Inefficient Leaner Leaner and Smarter Continuous Customer Feedback & Optimization Collaborative Development Continuous Release and Deployment Continuous Monitoring Continuous Business Planning Continuous Testing Operate Develop/ Test Deploy Steer DevOps Continuous Feedback Community Stories Enablement Feedback Where and How to Get Lean Expertise and Technologies Knowledge sharing
  • 21. © 2014 IBM Corporation2121 IBM DevOps adoption model New practices, tools and services to plan and execute a staged adoption of DevOps to improve business outcomes Productive Waste Efficiency Steer Product-based Agile Automated Collaborative Optimizing More Predictable More Transparent More Continuous Process-based Process-heavy Manual Silo-ed Develop/Test Deploy Operate Inefficient Leaner Leaner and Smarter Feedback cycles
  • 22. © 2014 IBM Corporation2222 New IBM DevOps practices and services for an incremental adoption of DevOps  DevOps Adoption Practices: – For customers that want access to the latest guidance related to the adoption of DevOps capabilities, including the DevOps practices and solutions – Through dynamic links with the DevOps community, provides easy access to customer stories and on-demand enablement, as well as provides the opportunity to collaborate with other customers  DevOps Lean Self-Assessment: – For customers that want to adopt lean principles and are not sure where to start – Survey and assess your organization’s lean adoption priorities – Identify and prioritize specific capabilities to improve  DevOps Practices Self-Assessment: – Customers can assess their current stage of DevOps adoption and get advice on what to do next – Results in a customized adoption roadmap with recommendations of specific DevOps practices and solutions to adopt  On Demand consulting services: – Virtual center-of-excellence for DevOps implementation, deployment and adoption – Just-in-time access to deep technical expertise and practices to help you develop in-house expertise on real projects and a successful track record  Discovery and deployment planning workshop: – Facilitated, cross-functional analysis of current software delivery practices – Identify and prioritize improvement goals – Develop a practical roadmap and architecture for adopting DevOps practices
  • 23. © 2014 IBM Corporation2323 IBM Cloud DevOps Managed Services and UrbanCode Accelerate Dev/Test self-deploys for continuous software-driven innovation Reduces deployment / redeployment process durations and costs up to 98% Reduces time to market up to 60% ScalableFlexibleIntegrated Move faster from business opportunity to application implementation • Leverages the full capabilities of UrbanCode to deploy middleware, applications and databases • Provides dev/test environments globally with remote access • Provides application deployments (hours/days not weeks/months) • Allows you to deploy middleware, applications and databases on-demand • Scales the dev/test environment at the rate required by the business • Deploys environments rapidly and uniformly to enable concurrent dev/test cycles Middleware Security Compliance Backup and Recovery Infrastructure Private Application / Database Hybrid IBM UrbanCode Deploy Development / Test Integration Customer Acceptance Production Continuous Delivery Continuous Deploy Continuous Integration Perform repeatable and error-free deployments using predefined processes Enforce security and traceability to assure compliance and auditability Reduces middleware, application and database Dev/Test build time by up to 84% IBM Global Business Services: Application Managed Services for Cloud
  • 24. © 2014 IBM Corporation2424 SCM Build Automation QA PROD Execute application deployment and manage settings across environments Publish builds Pull changes IBM Private Modular Cloud Manage source code for apps under development Execute provision with configuration settings IBM UrbanCode Deploy Artifact Library Application Resource Template Application binaries (versioned) Environment configurations (versioned) DEV DEV DEV Provision infrastructure •SmartCloud Orchestrator •Chef IBM Private Modular Cloud and UrbanCode Get a fully automated private cloud deployed in less than a day, not weeks  Automate provisioning of environments as part of end-to-end DevOps delivery process – Establish and automate deployment of applications on PMC environments  Deploy early and often to ensure high-quality, faster releases using repeatable, reliable and managed automation IBM Global Technology Services
  • 25. © 2014 IBM Corporation25 IBM DevOps ecosystem partners enhance and extend our capabilities for software-driven innovation Continuous Customer Feedback & Optimization Collaborative Development Continuous Release and Deployment Continuous Monitoring Continuous Business Planning Operate Develop/ Test Deploy Steer DevOps Continuous Feedback Accelerate software delivery – for faster time to value Balance speed, cost, quality and risk – for increased capacity to innovate Reduce time to customer feedback – for improved customer experience
  • 26. © 2014 IBM Corporation2626 Cloud, Mobile, Enterprise. Built with DevOps. Made with IBM. Announcing new DevOps services, capabilities and practices  New IBM Bluemix DevOps services to accelerate development and delivery in the cloud  New DevOps capabilities to balance speed, cost, quality and risk for traditional enterprise applications  New DevOps capabilities to reduce time to customer feedback of multi-channel apps Operate Develop/ Test Deploy Steer DevOps Continuous Feedback Getting started: IBM DevOps practices for an incremental adoption of DevOps – available through IBM and our DevOps ecosystem partners