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Mark Harbour
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Upgrading to Quality Center 10

We are about to step off into this. It looks like a pretty drastic upgrade.

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Re: Upgrading to Quality Center 10

I am also preparing to upgrade from 9.2 to 10.0.  Some initial testing shows that you will need to double the tablespace, seems like the new schema just has a lot more tables, etc.

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Re: Upgrading to Quality Center 10

I am holding a chapter meeting (Iowa) on May 20th in which we will Mark Ford (Principal Financial Group) giving a presentation (Upgrading from QC 9.2 to 10.00 "From The Trenches").  I'm currently planning to create a Webinar so other chapter members can view it.  I've included a link to the meeting agenda and if you are going to be in the area please feel free to register and attend in person.  If not then simply register with Vivit and your local chapter.  Once the Webar is complete we will send a notice to the Vivit members to let them know.

 

https://www.vivit-worldwide.org/chapters.cfm?id=122&action=event&chapterid=164&chaptereventid=549

 

PS We also have the following presentations that we plan to make available too.

 

Requirements Management in Quality Center, Speaker Genefa Murphy - Hewlett Packard (Product Marketing Manager)

Requirements Management "In The Real World", Speaker CJ Sparks - Principal (IT-Quality Assurance Analyst IV)


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Christopher J. Schärer
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Director, Iowa & Nebraska Chapter Leader
Vivit Worldwide

Sincerely,
Christopher J. Schärer
Director, Treasurer, Iowa, Nebraska & TQA-SIG Chapter Leader
Vivit Worldwide
http://www.vivit-worldwide.org
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aadams1 Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrading to Quality Center 10

We're looking to do this in Q3, 2010.  You know what they say?  Change is good. . . . you first!  Sincerely hope we can work together on this.  When is yours scheduled?

 

Do you use LoadRunner?  We're currently on 9.0.  Was going to go to 9.5, but wonder if there's a better one to upgrade to, that will be relatively straightforward.

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Tracy DeDore Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrading to Quality Center 10

BTW we also have a whitepaper on how to estimate the storage requirements for QC 10 due to versioning, baselining,  etc.  See attached.

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Re: Upgrading to Quality Center 10

Thanks for mentioning the upcoming Vivit meeting Chris.

 

Thanks for posting a link to the storage requirements doc Tracy.  I had looked for it online recently and could not find it.

 

Is there one place to go for Quality Center upgrade related documentation?  There was a good PDF whitepaper published a few months ago that contained some good information.  Maybe we need a "library" section in the Quality Management area to centrally locate such documents?

 

 

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Tracy DeDore Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrading to Quality Center 10

Public whitepapers are typically posted on the download center/HP Quality Center Resource Library on hp.com.

I think you're looking for the HP Quality Center Upgrade Best Practices whitepaper (attached).  I'll see what mechanisms we have available on this platform to create a "library".

I'll also check with Product Management/Documentation team to find out where they usually put the QC upgrade documentation itself.  I found the user guide on SSO (http://support.openview.hp.com - downloads - Product Manuals) but the upgrade documentation isn't there.

A few other useful links:

The HP recommended guidelines for upgrading to QC 10 are posted on SSO  -KM210591

Included is a link to an HP QC10  Best Practices Video: Video and a link to the HP Quality Center  Upgrade Assessment Tool.

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CScharer Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrading to Quality Center 10

The WebEx has been recorded and can be viewed in the ARCHIVED WEBINARS.  Look for the "Upgrading to QC 10.00 and Requirements Management" link.

 

https://www.vivit-worldwide.org/tradeshow.cfm?action=archivedWebinars

Sincerely,
Christopher J. Schärer
Director, Treasurer, Iowa, Nebraska & TQA-SIG Chapter Leader
Vivit Worldwide
http://www.vivit-worldwide.org
LinkedIn
http://www.LinkedIn.com/in/CScharer
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sbanks Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrading to Quality Center 10

Is this webinar/presentation available to Vivit members only?  I'm planning an upgrade to QC10 and am seeking information to help me through the process. 

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CScharer Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrading to Quality Center 10

You do have to be a Vivit member, but I'm not sure if you have to be a paying member of if you can view it with a free membership.  Best way to find out would be to join as a free member and try it out.  If you are in the Midwest you may want to attend the 2010 Vivit Midwest Regional Event in Urbandale, IA on September 23rd.  Registration is required, but membership and the event are both FREE.  Also, the first 100 attendees will recieve a hard copy of the HP’s Optimize Quality for Business Outcomes (Third Edition) book.

Sincerely,
Christopher J. Schärer
Director, Treasurer, Iowa, Nebraska & TQA-SIG Chapter Leader
Vivit Worldwide
http://www.vivit-worldwide.org
LinkedIn
http://www.LinkedIn.com/in/CScharer
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Randall Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrading to Quality Center 10

My computer's cpu is slow.

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