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CM - Configuration Change Management

By: John D. McGregor

Abstract

A configuration can be thought of as defining a coupling that binds together artifacts that serve some common purpose. That means change to one of the artifacts in the configuration is likely to trigger changes to other artifacts. From a tactical perspective, configuration management must provide tools that manage the individual modifications to assets and products and a procedural environment in which distributed, concurrent work is facilitated.

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John D. McGregor, “CM - Configuration Change Management”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 6, no. 1 (January 2007), pp. 7-15, doi:10.5381/jot.2007.6.1.c1.

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