Configuration Management

   

Definition: Configuration Management is a process for managing complex (mostly technical) systems by establishing and maintaining consistency of a product's performance and functional and physical attributes with its requirements, design and operational information throughout its life cycle.
CM verifies that a system performs as intended, and is identified and documented in sufficient detail to support its projected life cycle.
The CM process enables orderly management of system information and system changes for such beneficial purposes as to revise capability; improve performance, reliability, or maintainability; extend life; reduce cost; reduce risk and liability; or correct defects.


   
   

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