Most software projects miss deadlines, exceed budgets, and result in poor-quality products. One reason for this is poor management of the changes that are identified and incorporated throughout a software project. Software configuration management (SCM) is a disciplined approach for change management that is applied all through a software project to implement changes without adversely impacting the quality.
To manage changes effectively, project planning should include planning for the activities required for SCM. For this, it is necessary to understand the SCM tasks that constitute the SCM process.
Software Configuration Management course includes:
This course has been co-authored by the internationally recognized consultant and authority on software engineering — Dr. Roger S. Pressman.
This course will enable you to:
- Explain the importance of software configuration management (SCM), the SCM process, and how to plan for SCM.
- Understand the tasks in the software configuration (SCM) process, so that they can be planned for in a software project.
You receive a certificate of completion after successfully completing this course.
Software Configuration Management (SE400) course is a series comprising of 2 online courses (SE401 to SE402). Please refer to the details of these courses for information on content coverage of the software configuration management course.