Software Configuration Management

Software Configuration Management

Software Configuration Management (SCM) is a configuration management specialization for all activities in the field of software development. The topics dealt with in the seminar are, in addition to defining and tracking change processes, versioning and conflict handling. Increased efficiency in automated application creation, the coordination of changes and access control are important. The specific aspects of traditional and agile software methods are treated in a practice-oriented manner.


  • Basics

    • The Big Picture

    • Software Development Approaches

    • Defining CM Terms

    • The Evolution of SCM

    • Core SCM Functions

    • SCM Workflow

  • Structures

    • Identify and Structures

    • Streams and Branches

    • Branching Strategy

    • Requirements

    • Documentation

    • Reporting

  • Dynamics

    • Version Control

    • Change Control

    • Build Management

    • Test Management

    • Release Management

    • Dependency Management

  • Implementations

    • Standards and Framework

    • SCM Planning

    • Infrastructure Evaluation

    • Technology and Tool Evaluation

    • SCM Implementation

  • Summary and Feedback

    • Course Overview

    • SCM Foundations

    • SCM Structures

    • SCM Dynamics

    • SCM Implementation

    • Invitation for Feedback


Target group

The seminar is aimed at configuration managers who want to expand their knowledge of SCM as well as at software developers who want to use the knowledge acquired here directly in the project.


Duration: 2 Days
Time: 09.00 - 17:00 h
Language: German, English
Participants: 3-12
Price: 1.250,00 €*

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We cooperate with other training providers to fulfill your entire training needs. Our main goal is to combine different training sessions to one package. This training is held by our subsidiary usb GmbH.



  • On demand

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