Hi, my name is Frank Schophuizen and I am working as a consultant in SAFe (Scaled Agile), CM (Configuration Management) and ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) for TOPIC Embedded Systems.
I have over 30 years experience in ...
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The simple answer is: Yes, configuration managers are going to disappear! The more comprehensive answer to this question is that configuration management is not going to disappear, but the configuration manager will be. We can compare it to the change … Continue reading
Yesterday I got a question from a colleague about configuration items. In our projects we use a deliverable list to identify which items are being delivered by the project and which are being received from outside the project. To help … Continue reading
The main reason why most so-called SCM tools are not really SCM tools is because they don’t support managing software configurations. Making software is more than writing source code and converting them into executable code and data models for databases. … Continue reading
If Telelogic Synergy is not an SCM tool and Subversion is not an SCM tool, it is easy to conclude that IBM Rational ClearCase is not an SCM tool either. Not even ClearCase/UCM is an SCM tool.
In Januari I talked about Subversion being not an SCM tool. Now let’s have a look at Telelogic Synergy, which has been acquired by IBM recently. Until recently, I did not have much practical experience with Synergy and most of … Continue reading