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IBM Software


An IBM Hands-On Workshop





IBM Software Delivery and Lifecycle Patterns

WorkBook version 6.28.13

Contents

Lab 1 Building an instance with the Rational® solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) pattern 6

1.1 Introduction to the CLM pattern 6

1.2 Deploying the Rational® solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) pattern 6

1.3 Summary 17



Lab 2 Using Rational® solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management in the cloud 19

2.1 Introduction 19

2.2 Accessing Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management using a web browser 19

2.3 Accessing Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management from the deployed instance 26

2.4 Summary 35

Lab 3 Building an instance with the Rational Application Developer pattern 36

3.1 Deploying the Rational® Application Developer from the Virtual System Pattern makes an instance of it available in the cloud. 36

3.2 Accessing Rational Application Developer using VNC through a deployed instance 42

3.3 Summary 46


Lab 4 DEMONSTRATING MONEY THAT MATTERS SAMPLE PROJECT 47

4.1 Introduction of the Money That Matters sample 47

4.2 Plan Development Effort 47

4.3 Explore the lifecycle collaboration from development perspective 59

4.4 Prepare for Sprint Shutdown 71

4.5 Summary 76



Lab 5 Building Rational License Key Server 77

5.1 Introduction of Rational License Key Server 77

5.2 Importing the shared service pattern type 77

5.3 Accepting the license agreement & enabling the pattern 78

5.4 Deployment of the pattern 79

5.5 Summary 81



Lab 6 Using Rational License Key Server 82

6.1 Accessing the management console 82

6.2 Operations 83

6.3 Summary 89



Appendix A. Notices 91

Appendix B. Trademarks and copyrights 93





Overview

The objective of this Hands-On Workshop is to provide the customers with an opportunity to discover how to deploy and experience the IBM Software Delivery and Lifecycle Patterns on IBM PureApplication System; moreover, Rational License Key Server is deployed as a License server shared service.

IBM Software Delivery and Lifecycle Patterns are available for the following applications:

Introduction

The most problematic stage of any Application Development Lifecycle is configuration and integration process. The IBM Software Delivery and Lifecycle Patterns focus on a simple user experience and time to value by removing configuration and integration pain. Customers can deploy this pattern within 35-40 minutes (as against 2-5 business days to set up an equivalent physical environment) and get access to a fully functioning Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) environment.

This workshop will take the participant through a series of labs. IBM Software Delivery and Lifecycle Patterns allow users to use the virtual systems patterns to deploy fully configured and functioning applications to IBM private cloud platforms. The deployed instances of the applications are ready to use. Each pattern includes all related software needed for the solution, including an operating system, databases, application servers, and other IBM software.



The general flow of the workshop will be:

  • Deploy the Rational solution for collaborative lifecycle management pattern.

  • Access the Rational solution for collaborative lifecycle management.

  • Deploy the Rational solution developer pattern.

  • Demonstrate MONEY THAT MATTERS sample project.

  • Build the Rational license key server.

  • Use the Rational license key server.

The workshop will concentrate on deploying IBM Software Delivery and Lifecycle Patterns and demonstrating a sample application referred to as JKE -Money That Matters, created for a fictional bank called JKE.

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