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Change management

  1. 1. Change Management
  2. 2. Configuration Management Software systems are subject to continual change requests: – From users; – From developers; – From market forces. Change management is concerned with keeping track of these changes and ensuring that they are implemented in the most cost-effective way.
  3. 3. Change control tools Version and release identification – Systems assign identifiers automatically when a new version is submitted to the system. Storage management. – System stores the differences between versions rather than all the version code. Change history recording – Record reasons for version creation. Independent development – Only one version at a time may be checked out for change. Parallel working on different versions.
  4. 4. Visual Source safeMicrosoft VSS helps to manage your projects , regardless of the file type (text files, graphics files, binary files, sound files, or video files) by saving them to a database. VSS project organization makes team coordination easy.
  5. 5. VSS features Keeps all sources together in one place. Keeps history of all files. Controls access to resources. Physically safe resources – files and its history are stored in the VSS incremental database which is easy to backup. Security by managing access rights to projects for all users. Versioning.
  6. 6. VSS features Keeps all sources together in one place. Keeps history of all files. Controls access to resources. Physically safe resources – files and its history are stored in the VSS incremental database which is easy to backup. Security by managing access rights to projects for all users. Versioning.

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