IBM Rational Team   Concert 3.0     Introductory Demo                          Bharti Gupta                         14 Jun...
Overview  Collaboration and integration across the development  lifecycle  Eclipse based client interface and web interf...
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Workflow – Project, Teams & ProcessFigure 1. Steps for getting started with project areas, team areas, and process.
Repository   Provides a central location for tool-specific information.   Data is stored in terms of top-level objects c...
Team Area   Manages team membership, roles assignments, and team   artifacts.   Defines the users (team members) on the ...
Iteration    Projects are organized into a series of development      periods called iterations.  Current iterationComple...
Planning an Iteration  Provide an overview of the iteration goals and related  information.  Review progress using chart...
Figure 3. Outlines the relationship of how categories, team areas, and iterationschedules help assign work items to the pr...
Managing work items and            work loads  Following actions can take place on the work items in  an Iteration plan: ...
Other Tasks  Setting Project hours & Days per week    Used to determine work durations in iteration planning and work   ...
IBM Software Group | Rational software Formal Project Management Process Template       Formal Project Management! Formal ...
IBM Software Group | Rational software Risk and Risk Action Work Item Types         Risks and Risk Actions! Risks and Risk...
IBM Software Group | Rational softwareNew Schedule View - Gantt Charts New Schedule View - Gantt Charts! Now you can visua...
New Schedule View - Roadmap Charts            IBM Software Group | Rational softwareNew   Shows a time projection of a ro...
Resource Allocation and Scheduling                   IBM Software Group | Rational software        Search and add a resou...
Plan SnapshotsRational software      IBM Software Group |                           - Compare plans over time PlanWhat is ...
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  1. 1. IBM Rational Team Concert 3.0 Introductory Demo Bharti Gupta 14 June, 2011
  2. 2. Overview  Collaboration and integration across the development lifecycle  Eclipse based client interface and web interface  Supports any platform, any plan and any process  Allows you to work on many projects at once and keep everything organized.  Involves the entire team, increases communication.  Organizing internal development and support teams, tracking the work, and ensuring work is completed on time and successfully
  3. 3. Simplified User Licensing
  4. 4. Workflow – Project, Teams & ProcessFigure 1. Steps for getting started with project areas, team areas, and process.
  5. 5. Repository   Provides a central location for tool-specific information.   Data is stored in terms of top-level objects called items.   Maintain a history of an items creation and subsequent modification for audit purposesProject Area   Systems representation of a software project.   Defines the project deliverables, team structure, process, and schedule.
  6. 6. Team Area   Manages team membership, roles assignments, and team artifacts.   Defines the users (team members) on the team and specify their roles.   Users might have multiple assignments that require them to work on more than one team.Work item category   Group work items by the various components or functional areas of the project.   Each category is associated with a team area whose members are responsible for developing that component.
  7. 7. Iteration   Projects are organized into a series of development periods called iterations. Current iterationCompleted iteration Figure 2. Sample process template with development and maintenance lines.
  8. 8. Planning an Iteration  Provide an overview of the iteration goals and related information.  Review progress using charts or using the progress indicators.  Manage individual work items that are planned for completion during the iteration.  Manage work items within the context of fixed development periods within a project.  Create and modify work items assignments for team members, track the progress of the work.  Manage team work loads in an iteration plan
  9. 9. Figure 3. Outlines the relationship of how categories, team areas, and iterationschedules help assign work items to the proper team and iteration plan
  10. 10. Managing work items and work loads  Following actions can take place on the work items in an Iteration plan: - Creating - Viewing - Grouping - Find, filter and colourize - Modifying - Adding
  11. 11. Other Tasks  Setting Project hours & Days per week   Used to determine work durations in iteration planning and work item interfaces  Reviewing and charting progress   Use the progress report in an iteration plan to compare completed and estimated labour for the whole team  Setting a users work environment   Define a users work location, work days and hours, and team assignments (by percentage)  Scheduling team member absences  Managing my work items in My Work view   View newly assigned work items and work items for current and future iterations
  12. 12. IBM Software Group | Rational software Formal Project Management Process Template Formal Project Management! Formal Project Management process template process template ! The Formal Project Management template includes a single timeline with a release backlog that is divided into more traditional project phases. It includes new work ite   Includes a single in the template such as risks and andactions types, features, and views timeline with a release risk backlog that is divided into more traditional project phases.
  13. 13. IBM Software Group | Rational software Risk and Risk Action Work Item Types Risks and Risk Actions! Risks and Risk Actions ! Every project has some known and unexpected risks. As a project manager, you can Define risks, add strategies, and create work items   define risks, add strategies, and create work items to take action against risks. The ri to take action against risks work items are available in the Formal Project Management process template.
  14. 14. IBM Software Group | Rational softwareNew Schedule View - Gantt Charts New Schedule View - Gantt Charts! Now you can visualize a plan based on a timeline ! Gantt charts for traditional planning based on schedule constraints and and   Traditional planning based on schedule constraints dependencies dependencies ! Shows work breakdown and schedule   Shows work breakdown and schedule
  15. 15. New Schedule View - Roadmap Charts IBM Software Group | Rational softwareNew   Shows a time projection of a roadmap based on Schedule View - Roadmap Charts iterationsDesigned for agile teams! Shows The scheduled time of work items can now   a time projection of a roadmap based on iterations be shown as! The scheduled time of work timeline.now be shown as a roadmap on a timeline. a roadmap on a items can! The roadmap can also show blocking or depends on relationships between work item   The roadmap can also show blocking or depends on relationships between work items
  16. 16. Resource Allocation and Scheduling IBM Software Group | Rational software   Search and add a resource to your plan based on availability Resource Allocation and Scheduling IBM Software Group | Rational software   Allocate ranges of availability to a project or teamesource Allocation and Scheduling ! Resource AllocationResource Allocation a ! Search and add! Search and add ato your plan resource resource to your plan based on availability based on availability ! now allocate! You canYou can now allocate ranges of availability to ranges of availability to a project or team.or team. a project
  17. 17. Plan SnapshotsRational software IBM Software Group | - Compare plans over time PlanWhat is the quality of our planning? time   Snapshots - Compare plans over! How has my plan changed over time?   Did we make our date because we changed the plan and/or our estimates? ! What is the quality of our planning? ! Did we make our date because we changed the plan and/or our estimates?
  18. 18. Login to RTC
  19. 19. Project Areas
  20. 20. Project Area – Landmap Website
  21. 21. Landmap website - Timelines
  22. 22. Personal Dashboard
  23. 23. Thank You

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