3.6 out of 5 (12 Ratings)
Feb 24, 2017
A key focus is flexibility and openness of integration options. Company requirements dictate a hybrid solution. The maturity of capabilities to meet those requirements is lacking and therefore prohibits rapid implementation and opens the door for consideration of a competing solution.
Jan 26, 2017
did not merge code very well, had to merge and check code
Jan 25, 2017
poor product support model
Jan 19, 2017
Lot's of capability available quickly!
Jan 17, 2017
Expert knowledge available 24/7
Dec 13, 2016
Dec 12, 2016
New product, cost effective, feature rich, support and version control is in early stages
Dec 2, 2016
Time to implement solutions was very good, and provisioning new environments and deploying applications was a breeze. That was the biggest benefit. We were able to provision and deploy new applications, including servers and back end resources, in minutes rather than days. The administration controls and frameworks worked well, but we had some issues connecting to the environment using the command line tools from behind a firewall. Performance of the web administration console was also lacking at times.
Aug 17, 2016
The bottom line is that IBM Rational ALM (Jazz) has a ton of functionality and configurability. Almost too much for what we needed. Because we didn't have a good implementation plan it has taken us a couple of attempts to find success and value.
Aug 17, 2016
My Experience with BlueMix has been one of great value. The vendor help provides a launching pad as well has provided valuable insights on how to deploy and operate within BlueMix. We are currently using it for our IoT and Mobile projects and currently have DevOps in the works. While some of this is posing interesting challenges the value of the help and services provided within the product and the community resources have been extremely helpful.