CM2 the cross-platform standard for impact analysis! Almost a week ago Jos Voskuil published a post on LinkedIn and virtualdutchman.com (A cross-platform interface standard for impact analysis?) as a response an article of me and Martin Haket (We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis! Naturally I have to respond with another article as LinkedIn have a very limited way of giving feedback. CM2 (Enterprise CM) First some background on CM2. CM2 provides the operating… Read More »CM2: the cross-platform standard for impact analysis!
We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis! Co-author: Martin Haket In case you have missed it, at the IpX ConX19 conference in San Diego Martin Haket and me stirred things up with our question to the panel of PLM/CLM vendors when we can expect a proper standard to support Impact Analysis across business systems. Oleg Shilovitsky already posted several articles about this: Who needs PLM standards? What would happen if PLM vendors would agree on data… Read More »We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis!
CM is fun Stay tuned for a big announcement end of August 2019 CM is actually a lot of fun For some reason a lot of people perceive Configuration Management as boring, a lot of administrative bureaucracy, very paper/document oriented, an innovation killer, and a lot of other things which are very well depicted by the man in front of the filing cabinets. This image is what prevents people from… Read More »CM is fun