Medical device product development work is a highly integrated, and regulated process. Implementation of a requirements tracking solution requires attention to a variety of nuanced topics. In this 3-part series, we present a practical approach derived from real-world experience developing medical devices using Polarion solutions. In this third and final installment, we look into Document Definition. Read the rest of this entry »
The convergence of ALM and PLM is no longer just a vision of the future. We’re excited to announce the first release of an integration of Polarion ALM with Siemens Teamcenter.
Close collaboration between Siemens PLM and Polarion Software R&D teams has delivered the first generally available PLM-ALM integration piece that addresses major use cases highly demanded by industry today.
Intense interaction with Polarion ALM and Siemens Teamcenter users, who use the respective solutions in their daily development of Automotive, Aerospace, Electronic, Medical, Industrial and Mechanical devices, helped the R&D teams to define, refine and specify the key use cases to address in this first release.
WHERE: Siemens PLM Connection Dallas, Texas USA
WHEN: Thursday, May 21, 2015 (03:45 PM – 04:45 PM)
WHY: Approximately 1 week after the live event, Polarion will deliver free streaming webinars of this and other sessions – a great chance for you to learn from industry experts on PLM -ALM integration that’s already happening in various industries. Read the rest of this entry »
Continuous Delivery (CD) is a process, not a solution. Continuous Delivery is an extension of Continuous Integration (CI). When a software update is saved to the version repository, the Continuous Integration workflow is triggered to execute steps that may include the calling of a script to compile code into binaries (Continuous Build), followed by a script to deliver the binaries to a list of servers (Continuous Delivery). In some cases where the production environment is made up of only a small set of servers, the Continuous Integration process may support production deployments, but in most organizations CI is used mainly by development and testing teams. When someone states they are doing Continuous Delivery, they are saying that they use their CI process to execute a deployment script. Read the rest of this entry »
Thought Leaders from Forrester, Siemens, Danlaw, Method Park and Polarion to Meet with Automotive Executives
We’re excited about the upcoming Forrester Executive Briefing on May 7 in the Siemens PLM Software Livonia Office.
Forrester Principal Analyst Kurt Bittner will be joined by Kirk Gutmann, SVP Industry Strategy at Siemens PLM Software, as well as Mike McCormack, Director of Product Development at Danlaw, and Sebastian Oster, PhD, Regional Manager at Method Park. From Polarion, Account Executive Gary Greenwood, Director of Professional Services David Merrill, and Product Manager Regg Struyk will be present.
Welcome to Morris Medical Monthly. Wait… monthly? I thought it was Monday? Monthly is correct. You may have wondered why Morris Medical Monday has stopped. I’m change the schedule of posts about medical templates each month, so I can also provide content about extensions, conferences, whitepapers, etc. Read the rest of this entry »
Medical device product development work is a highly integrated, and regulated process. Implementation of a requirements tracking solution requires attention to a variety of nuanced topics. In this 3-part series, we present a practical approach derived from real-world experience developing medical devices using Polarion solutions. In this second installment , we look into traceability, Design V&V and Risk Management. Read the rest of this entry »
The time has come to announce the release of Polarion version 2015. It’s an ambitious release with some very significant new functionality. If you would ask me to name the top new features (as some people already have!) I guess I would call them this way… Read the rest of this entry »
This is the last addition to our Polarion 2015 release cycle. As you might be aware, Polarion R&D follows the principles of enterprise agile methodology, which enables us to release frequently, faster, and with better customer satisfaction.
We have a “service release” (SR) each quarter, and as the name suggests, it contains issue fixes and feature enhancements. But service releases also include complete new features if they are fully implemented, tested, and documented, and they do not significantly change the way people have been trained to use the last Polarion major version.
All the new features released in the SRs roll up into our next major version, which when released, also includes new features and functionality. So what you will see here are the enhancements published since our last service release Polarion 2014 SR3.
If you want to get a quick overview about our brand new release, check out my release announcement post: Polarion 2015 Delivers Visual Reporting, Variant Management, Enhanced Security and More.
So now let’s go through the final additions to Polarion 2015…
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