IBM Rational DOORS and Trainings
What is IBM Rational DOORS?
Rational DOORS is a leading requirements management tool that makes it easy to capture, trace, analyze, and manage the information changes in the world. Business process allows system engineering and software development projects to improve their quality, communication, and collaboration by making efficient the priorities of optimization.
DOORS is best suited for enterprises and project teams that are based in the same geographic area. It improves the quality by facilitating the observation of business goals, customer needs, technical specifications, and regulations. By means of the possibilities of link building, analysis, management adjustments and strong control over the traceability of requirements, it ensures the compliance with rules and standards. DOORS contributes to the attainment of common goals by allowing separated teams to act as one team, thanks to its scalable core requirement data repository. Requirements evolve and change as a project progresses; DOORS provides powerful analysis capability, allowing users to fully see and understand the effects of approved changes. DOORS doesn’t allow any requirements to be overlooked with its advanced traceability ability and ensures that quality is improved.
Requirements management: Provides a comprehensive requirements management environment.
Traceability: It links requirements with design elements, test plans, test samples, and other requirements.
Scalability: The changing requirement management is scaled according to your needs.
Test Monitoring Toolkit: It includes the Test Monitoring Toolkit for manual testing environments for the testers to link requirements with the test instances.
Integrations: With Rational Doors change management solutions, it manages changes to requirements through a simple pre-defined change proposal system or a more comprehensive, customizable change control workflow.
Using DOORS for Requirements Management
The “Using DOORS for Requirements Management” training is a training that is necessary for all users (infrequent users, heavy users, administrators) who are likely to use DOORS to learn the basic features required. Almost all of DOORS’ significant features are covered through hands-on exercises in this lesson.
This training should not only be limited to the project responsible (analysts, system engineers, design engineers, developers, test engineers, project managers, etc.), but also the participation of our employees (tender managers, procurement managers, risk managers, etc.). who are responsible for the management or traceability of special requirements should also be ensured.
At the end of this training, participants will have knowledge and skills about simple requirements management methods such as process definition, requirements decomposition, data organization, management of changes and gap analysis. It is a 2 days training.
- Introduction to Requirements Management
- Requirements Structure in DOORS Users
- Information Content in DOORS
- Links and Traceability
- Change Control and Tracking
- Course Review
- Working with Folders and Projects
- Managing and Working With Attributes
- Advanced Linking
- Importing and Exporting
- Change Management
- Course Review
This training is necessary to learn the basic management features required for all users (System Admins, DOORS Admins) who are likely to manage DOORS.
At the end of this training, participants will have knowledge and skills on DOORS Structure and Configuration, Installation options, Licensing, Back-up and Recovery methods, Controlled Access to Data. It is a 1-day training.
- Introduction to DOORS and System Administration
- Installation using UNIX server
- Key components of DOORS
- Installation as a service
- Removing the service
- PC installation
- Database administration
- UNIX installation
- DOORS data structure
- Licensing diagnostics
- DOORS over a WAN
- Protecting your user’s investment
- Optimisation issues
- Access rights
- DDBS technical specifications
IBM Rational DOORS Training Calendar
Training is provided as an open class and closed class. The training is a 2-days training.
You can contact us to request this training in your own institution as a closed class or for making pre-registration or you may fill out the request form.
If you wish, you can get detailed information by calling (548) 409 0383 or writing to email@example.com.