Configuration management

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Configuration management encompasses the processes and tools used to maintain consistency and control over the configuration of software, systems, and infrastructure throughout their lifecycle. It involves:

  1. Identification: Identifying all configuration items (CIs) within the system, including software, hardware, documentation, and network components.

  2. Control: Implementing procedures and policies to control changes to configuration items, ensuring that only authorized changes are made and properly documented.

  3. Version control: Managing and tracking different versions of configuration items, including changes, updates, and releases.

  4. Configuration baselines: Establishing baselines to define the standard configuration of the system at specific points in time, serving as a reference for future changes.

  5. Change management: Implementing processes for requesting, evaluating, approving, and implementing changes to configuration items, while minimizing risks and disruptions.

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