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Automation, Data Management | January 11, 2021
New BigFix Insights Data Schema Document Now Available for Download
New BigFix Insights Data Schema document now available for download. The data schema will be useful to Data Analysts, Business Intelligence users, and System Integrators.
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Secure DevOps | January 8, 2021
Introducing an Essential SAFe® Schema and Package for HCL Compass 2.0.1
Starting with HCL Compass 2.0.1, we now ship a new schema and package called EssentialSAFe. You can use this to help your team follow Essential SAFe® practices. More information about SAFe can be found on the Scaled Agile Framework® website. SAFe and Scaled Agile Framework are registered trademarks of Scaled Agile, Inc. With the HCL Compass Essential SAFe schema, you can create and track an Agile Release Train, and then use it deliver highly desirable solutions to your customers. You can define teams, solutions, program increments and iterations. You can submit, analyze, size, plan and implement features, stories and tasks. The schema is also customizable, so you can fine tune the workflow for your organization. This blog will introduce you the schema and show you how you might set up a release train for your organization. Getting Started To get started using the EssentialSAFe schema, you need to first install and configure HCL Compass 2.0.1, including the Compass Web Server. After installing HCL Compass 2.0.1, create a new schema repository using the maintenance tool. For this introduction, let’s create a sample database too. Now head over to Compass Web. If you installed with the defaults, it would be: http://[servername]/cqweb where [servername] is the hostname or IP address of the Compass web server. At this point, “localhost” would also work if you are using a web browser locally. Log in to the repository and sample database you just created. The default password for “admin” user is blank (no password) - you should change it when you have a chance with the User Administration tool. Now let us look at the sample data, which will give you some ideas on how to set up your own release train. Find the example release train by running the All Release Trains query. This is...
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