"By adopting the processes and concepts outlined in this book, readers will have everything they need to implement and execute a sound SCM organization. Whether one is a project manager with responsibility for CM, a CM manager, or a CM team lead, this book would be beneficial. Perhaps the best feature of this book is that it is life-cycle oriented. For each phase of the generalized life cycle it identifies the relevant SCM activities and the SCM milestones." - Software Quality ProfessionalVom Verlag:
An effective systems development and design process is far easier to explain than it is to implement. A framework is needed that organizes the life cycle activities that form the process. This framework is Configuration Management (CM).
Software Configuration Management discusses the framework from a standards viewpoint, using the original DoD MIL-STD-973 and EIA-649 standards to describe the elements of configuration management within a software engineering perspective.
Divided into two parts, the first section is composed of 14 chapters that explain every facet of configuration management related to software engineering. The second section consists of 25 appendices that contain many valuable real world CM templates.
The content is extensive and inclusive, covering everything from CM planning to configuration identification, verification, and auditing. Although it is vendor-neutral, it offers a serious discussion of what to look for in a CM tool and lists toolsets for review. This volume is a sourcebook of techniques, templates, and best practices in the field, providing software engineers and systems developers with what they need to run a successful CM program.
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