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Title: Comparative Analysis of SCM Tools and Coexistence with Agile Methodology
Authors: Gupta, Satyam
Supervisor: Rani, Rinkle
Keywords: Agile, SCM, Clearcase;CSED
Issue Date: 24-Jul-2015
Abstract: Now days there are huge evolvement in the field of IT, where people can control and manage their software development according to their need or requirement. The IT organizations need to produce quality product with the most economical and timely efficient way. To achieve this goal there are requirement of various software disciplines collaboration, Software Configuration Management (SCM) is one of the important discipline. With the help of SCM developers can manage different software artifacts. SCM is a tool based approach; SCM tools provide a great interface to reduce developer overhead. Various tools are available in the market. All these tools have their own functionality and capability. The involvement of Agile Methodology has facilitated developers to manage the product cycle timely and the use of SCM has made the management easier. This thesis explains two case studies; in the first part practical and relevant comparison among three Software Configuration Management tools namely Clearcase, Subversion and GIT has been done. The second part explains the coexistence of Agile and SCM practices which is usually considered as irrational. The research also focuses on the benefits from the user point of view and its role in improving the organizational capability. The thesis also chalks out a plan for successfully implementing this approach.
Description: M.E. (CSED)
Appears in Collections:Masters Theses@CSED

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