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Publikācija: Intellectual Model-Based Configuration Management Conception

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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Intellectual Model-Based Configuration Management Conception
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.2 Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Information and communication engineering
Authors Artūrs Bartusevičs
Leonīds Novickis
Eberhard Bluemel
Keywords Configuration management, configuration management model, model-based approach
Abstract Software configuration management is one of the most important disciplines within the software development project, which helps control the software evolution process and allows including into the end project only tested and validated changes. To achieve this, software management completes certain tasks. Concrete tools are used for technical implementation of tasks, such as version control systems, servers of continuous integration, compilers, etc. A correct configuration management process usually requires several tools, which mutually exchange information by generating various kinds of transfers. When it comes to introducing the configuration management process, often there are situations when tool installation is started, yet at that given moment there is no general picture of the total process. The article offers a model-based configuration management concept, which foresees the development of an abstract model for the configuration management process that later is transformed to lower abstraction level models and tools are indicated to support the technical process. A solution of this kind allows a more rational introduction and configuration of tools.
DOI: 10.2478/acss-2014-0003
Reference Bartusevičs, A., Novickis, L., Bluemel, E. Intellectual Model-Based Configuration Management Conception. Applied Computer Systems. Vol.15, 2014, pp.22-27. ISSN 2255-8683. e-ISSN 2255-8691. Available from: doi:10.2478/acss-2014-0003
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