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Configuration Management: The Missing Link in Web Engineering

Configuration Management: The Missing Link in Web Engineering (Hardback)

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An examination of configuration management (CM) from a "business value" perspective. It discusses why a company's e-business and e-commerce - encompassing Web content, Web applications, back-office applications, code and data - simply will not survive or thrive without CM. The book provides an overview of CM technology, reveals "best practice" techniques for selecting and deploying automated CM solutions, explores nine key challenges facing e-commerce, and provides guidelines for avoiding pitfalls that can quickly derail an e-business.

Computing & ITComputer programming / software developmentSoftware EngineeringComputing & ITDigital lifestyleInternet guides & online services Publisher: Artech House Publishers Publication Date: 31/10/2000 ISBN-13: 9781580530989  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Susan Dart is currently principal, application lifecycle management at Pretzel Logic. She is a CM evangelist and consultant with 24 years of experience in software tools and development and technology adoption. Her unique experience spans academia and industry and includes positions in software and tool development, sales, research, and executive management for a leading CM tool vendor. A well-known speaker at international seminars and conferences, and the author of an earlier book on CM and more than 60 professional papers, she received her B.Sc. from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, her M.Sc. in Software engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. Her background includes seven years at the Software Engineering Institute.

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