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Rational Asset Manager

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Rational Asset Manager
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Developer(s)Rational Software
Initial release?
Stable release
7.1
Written in?
Engine
    Operating systemMicrosoft Windows, Linux
    Available in?
    TypeIntegrated development environment
    LicenseIBM EULA
    Websitewww.ibm.com/software/awdtools/ram/

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    Rational Asset Manager (RAM) is a collaborative software development asset management solution that supports the reusable asset specification (RAS) and enables organizations to identify, manage and govern the design, development and consumption of software assets, including services as part of a service-oriented architecture (SOA) initiative.

    Overview[edit]

    Rational Asset Manager is a development asset management repository that uses the RAS to define, create and modify assets. It provides asset type specific search & governance, and measures asset reuse in development.

    Rational Asset Manager handles any kind of asset, such as applications, components, patterns, software that runs systems and products, services, frameworks, templates, etc. Rational Asset Manager includes the following functionality:

    Asset upload, download, update, packaging

    • Support for asset types, asset categorization, attributes and asset relationships.

    Security and access control

    • Asset permissions based on groups, roles, users and asset types

    Search

    • Search using categories/facets/keywords
    • File contents search, text, word, powerpoint, ear, war, zip files

    Workflow and review boards

    • Basic review/approval flow built in with configuration possible through integration with Rational ClearQuest

    Metrics and reporting

    • Record usage, feedback
    • Export delimited file

    Collaboration

    • Discussions, email and RSS feeds

    User interface

    • Eclipse v3.2 client
    • Web Client

    Process guidance

    • Asset-based development guidance in Rational Method Composer

    Create and update asset versions

    • Support for Rational ClearCase, Rational ClearQuest and WebSphere Service Registry and Repository

    Benefits[edit]

    Rational Asset Manager provides several benefits for development organizations.[opinion]

    • Supports asset based development, warehousing and asset management
    • Allows disparate teams to communicate securely and eliminate rework with asset traceability, categorization and utilization monitoring
    • Implement compliant standards related to your intellectual property, providing the right level of access to countries, and/or teams.
    • Mitigation of risks and lower costs of meeting compliance mandates by securing Intellectual property
    • Straightforward discovery, storage and deployment of services in a service-oriented architecture
    • Store information that is useful for collaborating on software development of Assets.
    • Provides tools for defining, creating, reviewing and retrieving assets.
    • Uses the RAS to describe and classify assets
    • Supports any kind of asset – source code, DLLs, documentation, presentations, patterns, process flows, etc.
    • Enables you to implement asset based development to and succeed with reuse strategies, cutting development costs.
    • Flexible access to assets via an Eclipse or Web client.
    • Integrates with other Rational Software and IBM tools, such as Rational System Architect, Rational ClearCase, Rational ClearQuest or WebSphere Service Registry and Repository.

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