Launching TechRev Tutorials
TechRev Tutorials are Finally Here!
After countless hours of meetings, planning, recording, re-recording, and exporting, we are excited to announce a new branch of support and information -- TechRev Tutorials. The goal behind TechRev Tutorials is to provide concise and accessible walk-through tutorials in a video format. As we expand our content library, you'll be able to find useful and digestible video tutorials on some of the IBM software products that we support such as UrbanCode, Rational Team Concert, and Rational DOORS Next Gen. Our final goal for this channel is to provide a complete knowledge base full of the information that software developers need to setup, modify, and enhance these software products.
Initially, these TechRev Tutorials will be viewable on our YouTube Channel. Our final goal is to have our entire library accessible on our knowledge base / support site - Support.TechRev.com. You can find one of the videos from our first series embedded below. Remember to check out our YouTube Channel for the full series. If you have any ideas for future TechRev Tutorial videos, just comment below. We'd love to hear your thoughts!
Agent As A Service
The first series of tutorial videos walks through the initial steps to setup an instance of UrbanCode Deploy onto a Linux server running RHEL v.6.7. In this particular video tutorial we set the agent to run as a service, which is very useful when your server decides to restart. Without setting the UCD agent as a service, you would have to manually start the agent again. With this handy trick, the agent will automatically start when the server starts, avoiding the potential headache of having to manually start the agent again. Watch the video below to learn how to do this!
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