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IBM Rational Systems Development Solution eKit
The communication among systems and software teams has become increasingly difficult to manage as organizational systems grow in complexity. Further complicating matters, systems teams are required to develop products faster while simultaneously reducing production costs and responding to changing business needs effectively. Collaboration among teams is often forgotten as a result, causing product quality and team efficiency to suffer.
This eKit explores how to improve product quality and communication while effectively reducing costs and responding to changing business needs. Explore the concept of systems modeling language and its ability to provide engineers and architects with the means to collaborate using a common language. Explore this eKit to discover:
- The various uses for the MDSD framework
- The importance of automated code coverage analysis
- An approach to modeling complex systems architecture in conjunction with DoDAF views
AuthorsLaurent Balmelli Research Staff Member, Watson Research Center Dr. Balmelli is a research staff member at the Watson Research Center and a member of several leadership councils in IBM. Since 2003, he has represented IBM within the SysML submission team and is one of the lead authors of the SysML language specification. His areas of expertise are metamodeling, integrated product development solutions, and systems engineering methodologies.
David Brown IT Specialist and Leader, IBM Mr. Brown is a Senior Certified IT Specialist and leader of the Rational Solution Architecture community of practice. His areas of expertise include software and systems architecture and process.
Murray Cantor Engineer, IBM Dr. Cantor is an IBM Distinguished Engineer and a member of the Rational CTO team. His areas of expertise include software and systems engineering processes and systems-development management and leadership. Dr. Cantor is the lead architect of the Rational Unified Process for Systems Engineering (RUP SE), the extension of the Rational Unified Process for system and enterprise engineering.
Michael Mott Engineer, IBM Mr. Mott is an IBM Distinguished Engineer. His areas of expertise include large-scale development, systems architecture, and high-performance technical computing.