Connect Jira to IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management
Connect Jira to Siemens Polarion ALM
Connect Jira to CATIA Teamwork Cloud
Connect Confluence to IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management
Connect Confluence to Siemens Polarion ALM
Connect Confluence to CATIA Teamwork Cloud
Convert IBM Rhapsody models into MagicDraw models
Convert Cameo/MagicDraw models into IBM Rhapsody models
Convert IBM Rational Software Architect models into MagicDraw models
Convert UNICOM System Architect models into MagicDraw models
Model-based model-to-model transformation in Rhapsody
UML-based Software Development for AUTOSAR Classic Platform
Unlock the benefits of UML modeling for Software Development
Leverage the full scope of UML for Model-Based Development of Embedded Systems
Simplify UML-based development of certification-ready source code
Confluence and Siemens Polarion ALM play unique roles in the digital engineering enterprise. Project roadmaps, project reviews, action items, and meeting minutes are commonly documented in your Confluence space, while your requirements are managed in Siemens Polarion Requirements and your test cases in Polarion QA.
These tools are essential in your daily workflows. But when it comes to sharing, and referencing formal engineering assets in Confluence, this division of information can be disruptive and, can lead to unproductive meetings, incomplete project reviews, or omission of crucial information for the project teams.
In this webinar session, we're diving deep into the implementation of OSLC Connect for Confluence with Siemens Polarion ALM.
In this live webinar, we:
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