Keep track of the entire project with YAKINDU Traceability project overview
As a user of YAKINDU Traceability (YT), you are often working in projects with various data from many different tools. When creating a new project in YT, the first thing you do is to set up the project’s configuration. That means, you define which tools should be accessed from YT, which information exists within these tools (artifact types), and how they can be linked to each other (link types). This can be a lot of information! How do you keep track of all these data, e.g., of artifact types and the links between them?
Digitalisierung der Zertifizierung durch geeignete Werkzeuge
In diesem Artikel zeige ich dir geeignete Werkzeuge für die Zertifizierung nach Common Criteria (CC), IT-Grundschutz, PCI-DSS und TR. Du erfährst, wie du sie einsetzt, um Zeit bei der Zertifizierung einzusparen und automatisiert auf geänderte Anforderungen ...
How to ease your Requirements Traceability – preview on new features of YAKINDU Traceability
Applying standard compliant traceability to your projects is quite a challenge. YAKINDU Traceability helps you to achieve and prove compliance. Furthermore it provides benefits such as easy analysis and project overview capabilities.
How to create traceability links quickly with YAKINDU Traceability’s bulk link creation editor
A prominent task of YAKINDU Traceability for sure is to create traceability links. It already provides different means to do so. However, based on our users’ feedback, we got the impression that the existing means are not sufficient and do not fulfill all users’ needs. Thus, we started to develop a new concept to create links more quickly and easier than before, and we did so in strong cooperation with our users. This post will present the result – the new bulk link creation editor – as well as the way we got there.
How Visualizing Traceability Data Removes the Worries of Project Management – Part 2
A previous post outlined an example project and a set of key metrics (KPIs) that I want to be able to calculate based on information gathered from multiple different development tools. In this follow up post, I will illustrate how to calculate one of those metrics using traceability information and an example query over the trace graph.