Monthly Archives: July 2014

Release management with Build Forge e-Kit

To learn more about IBM® Rational® solutions for deployment planning and automation, take advantage of these additional resources: Analyst study: Demonstrated benefits of software delivery automation – Hurwitz & Associates interviewed customers from various industries who have implemented IBM® Rational® Build Forge® and IBM Rational Automation Framework for WebSphere®. The results of the study demonstrate… Read More »

IBM Rational Build Forge V7.1 Training & Courses Online and Classroom by Expert Trainers in India

scmGalaxy is a leading provider of IBM Rational Build Forge V7.1 courses, training and certification. Our Build Forge trainers, mentors and consultants are highly empowered with more than 15 years of rich experience in the Software industry. DevOps! Which has captured a significant position in the IT world and has become an important part of… Read More »

Getting started with Rational Build Forge

What’s new in Rational Build Forge? What if your software development organization could vastly accelerate the build and release process? Enabling you to manage your development system from virtually anywhere. Freeing your developers from the most repetitive, mundane tasks. What if you could do all this while leveraging your existing investments? That’s where IBM Rational… Read More »

Build Forge Concepts and Terminology

Reference – Build Forge uses a simple set of objects to construct descriptions of process automation. This section gives you an overview of key concepts and objects and how they are related. Links to more detailed explanations are included for convenience. Users and roles To access Build Forge, users need to have a user… Read More »

Commonly Used Sign- Punctuation and their Name in Perl

Commonly Used Sign- Punctuation and their Name in Perl ( => ) Comma Arrow  ( ‘ ’, “ ”, ‘ ‘, ” “ ) à Quotation marks ( $ ) àDollar sign ( ~ ) à Tilde ( % ) àPercent sign (  ,  ) à Comma ( @ ) à At Sign ( ; ) à Semicolon (… Read More »


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Linux Commands for User | Linux User Commands Reference

General Commands Not Used Frequently cal – The Calender bc – The Calculator file – knowing the file types cmp – Comparing two files. comm – Common in two files dos2unix and unix2dos – Converting between dos and unix stat – Display file or file system status such as Access, Modify,Change, users and more #… Read More »

Linux Commands for Administrator | Linux Admin Commands Reference

su: Acquiring Superuser Status # su  :- Acquire  Superuser after entering password but home directory does not change # su – l :– Acquire Superuser access after password but home  directory change to ROOT # su  – henry : – To  Login and Recreate a user environment # sudo -s root -c “/bin/bash -l” passwd… Read More »