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IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere

IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere

Description de IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere

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Avis sur IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere

Note moyenne

Note globale
3,8
Facilité d'utilisation
3,2
Service client
3,5
Fonctionnalités
3,9
Rapport qualité-prix
3,3

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  • 201-1 000
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4
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Joe
Joe
Software engineer (É.-U.)
Utilisateur LinkedIn vérifié
Aviation et industrie aéronautique, 10 000+ employés
Temps d'utilisation du logiciel : plus de deux ans
Source de l'avis

Suite of development tools.

5,0 il y a 3 ans

Commentaires : My experience with IBM rational has been positive during my development career. It has stayed abreast of new technologies and development methodologies in software engineering.

Avantages :

The software is incredibly powerful for large-scale software development projects. I can't think of any features we needed that were not included in this tool suite.

Inconvénients :

Well very powerful it also requires dedicated staff to keep up and running and it is very expensive. This would only be used by large-scale organizations.

Gil
DevOps (Israël)
Utilisateur LinkedIn vérifié
Fabrication électrique/électronique, 10 000+ employés
Temps d'utilisation du logiciel : plus de deux ans
Source de l'avis

Alternatives envisagées précédemment :

Enterprise SCM and Planning

4,0 il y a 4 ans

Commentaires : I've been managing IBM Rational Team Concert for almost 6 years and was able to customized it and support our developers successfully. Support is responsive at most.

Avantages :

RTC includes both SCM (Source Control Manager) and Scrum/Lean Planning both highly customized and linked that is you can force a code to be delivered only after code review (also included) and connected to a planned task owned by the developer and aimed for current sprint plan. As a centralized SCM you are protected from the check-in level. It also has a data warehouse DB being used by the Jazz Reporting Service (also included) which makes it a well designed product.

Inconvénients :

It currently has only Eclipse and MS Visual Studio client support which causes an out of the developing tool solution for developers. No offline mode. Not enough community support.

Timothy
Staff Engineer (É.-U.)
Aviation et industrie aéronautique, 10 000+ employés
Temps d'utilisation du logiciel : plus de deux ans
Source de l'avis

Outdated, Clunky, Awkward, Buggy, Unreliable, and Expensive to Implement and Use

1,0 il y a 5 ans

Commentaires : Terrible. I can't get away from it fast enough. It explodes my development costs, and creates massive overhead for very simple chores. The entire suite needs to be retired and replaced with something that works as easy as a smart phone, integrates with standard document tools from Microsoft and other vendors, makes modifying tracing simple, easy, and effective, and allows creative tasks like trace rationale to be applied. I give IBM a fat zero for this overpriced, junky, and outdated software.

Avantages :

I haven't found anything at all that I like about Rational DOORS.

Inconvénients :

Document preparation and review capabilities are the worst of any system I've ever used. The editing functions date back to pre Windows 3 capability, might as well do requirements development in a spreadsheet using a text editor. Managing tracing is ridiculously difficult. Almost impossible to modify, or to review comprehensively. The tool requires extensive professional wrappers to be useful at all. It's too complicated, inflexible, and doesn't integrate with the rest of the document tools provided by Microsoft and other vendors. (The "Export" function ... is not integration.)

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Utilisateur LinkedIn vérifié
Appareils médicaux, 10 000+ employés
Temps d'utilisation du logiciel : plus de deux ans
Source de l'avis

Complete, feature rich, requirements management software

4,0 il y a 5 ans

Commentaires : DOORS, once learned, is a powerful and critical tool for defining requirements, maintaining requirements, as well as tracing to verification and validation. It is an essential tool for engineering development in any regulated industry.

Avantages :

DOORS is the most complete and most widely used requirements management software. For medical devices, as well as other highly regulated industries, requirements management is a critical business function. DOORS provides the functionality, traceability, and validity to manage requirements and produce the documentation needed to meet the regulations. DOORS features reduce the risk of missing key requirements, verifications, validations, as well as the flexibility to understand the project as a whole. Managing cross functional reviews of requirements, multiple stakeholders, as well as linked requirements is a huge task that DOORS makes possible with minimal errors. A huge challenge in requirements management is traceability. Tracing requirements to verification, validation, as well as risk analysis, can be very confusing and is prone to errors, but with DOORS these connections can be explicitly defined, and reports or trace documents can be created directly. Also, DOORS scripting allows users to create output documents which can be used as artifacts for the quality system, and shared directly with regulators during audit and for regulatory submissions.

Inconvénients :

DOORS has an extensive feature set that covers the whole requirements process. However, these features are not always intuitive to learn. It takes experience to master all of the functionality, and it takes time to become a DOORS master. This is a massive software tool, extensive training or first-hand experience is necessary before it can be used to its full potential.

Daniel
Systems Engineer / Analyst (É.-U.)
Défense et aérospatiale, 201–500 employés
Temps d'utilisation du logiciel : plus de deux ans
Source de l'avis

The standard for systems engineering artifact creation - but not the easiest to use.

4,0 il y a 6 ans

Commentaires : The ability to use DOORS databases from existing projects, and incorporate model-based systems engineering workflow using MagicDraw is tremendously valuable, but if DOORS isn't a central requirement, I do prefer the Vitech CORE and Genesys offerings for fixed scale applications, and vastly prefer Innoslate for Enterprise and Cloud solutions where concurrent engineering is valuable.

Avantages :

The ubiquitous capability within the DOORS toolset is undeniable, and the interface with MagicDraw enables useful systems engineering artifacts to be created with ease. The integrated nature of the entire Rational suite is actually very robust, and if working with a legacy project where DOORS is implemented, MagicDraw can be tremendously helpful in converting larger spreadsheet flavored artifacts into something actually parse-able to most human brains.

Inconvénients :

Ease of use is the biggest limitation, particularly with doors. An indirect side benefit of having a large database in DOORS is that configuration management occurs indirectly because only a small number of people can properly execute a change, therefore version control happens because only one (or maybe two) person is actually inputting the information. The flexibility in MagicDraw is somewhat limited, even with some creative metamodel application. Not a massive drawback or worth looking elsewhere as a singular cause, but it is a capability limitation in some instances. Value is the other serious drawback - to implement the full Rational suite is actually a solid chunk of change, and to really get full utility out of the entire IBM Rational package, at least two applications are requisite (unless you are a DOORS specialist, in which case my express condolences go out to you). The value proposition of Vitech offerings, and for anybody looking to use OML the much better value of Innoslate really are the reason I use the IBM Rational toolkit sparingly, and only when somebody else is footing the bill.