Associating SAFe Project Areas with Existing RTC, DNG, and RQM Project Areas

Thinking about trying Jazz 6.0.1 SAFe Program support in your current RTC environment? You can, without disturbing your current RTC projects!

  • Step 1: Create a new project area from the SAFe 3.0 Process (Portfolio) template.
  • Step 2: Create a new project area from the SAFe 3.0 Process (Program) template.
  • Step 3: Associate the new SAFe project areas with your existing RTC, DNG, and RQM project areas.

To watch an simple example of creating the RTC project associations, where all projects are on a single server, click on the video below.

You can try it yourself at InterConnect 2016. Join Jim Herron and me at our hands-on workshop, DOP-1930, or find us in the DevOps Zone in the Expo area for a one-on-one session.



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