M.E. Software Engineering:Unified Software Configuration Management

Thapar University
In Patiala

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  • Master
  • Patiala
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Starts Location
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Patiala
Thapar University P.O Box 32, 147004, Punjab, India
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Course programme

Semester I

Software Engineering Concepts and Methodologies
Software Design and Construction
Research Methodology
Software Architecture
Software Project Management

Semester II

Software Quality Management
Software Verification, Validation and Testing
Software Metrics
Advanced Topics in Software Engineering

Semester III

Seminar
Thesis (Starts)

Semester IV

Thesis (Continued)

Unified Software Configuration Management

Software Configuration Management: SCM best practices, SCM tools and process, Deing with changing project requirements.

Overview of the Unified Change Management Model: UCM, ClearCase , UCM process overview, defining the Implementation Model, The UCM baseline and Change Model.

Functional Overview of Objects: The Repository, Versioned Object Base, Workspaces, Component Management, Process, Building, Clearmake, Derived Objects, Configuration records.

Establishing the Initial SCM Environment: ClearCase Architecture Basics, Defining the Implementation Model, Creating the VOBs, Baseline promotion levels Project Management in ClearCase.

Coordinating Multiple Project Teams and Other Scenarios: Organizing large Multiproject development efforts, Coordinating cooperating projects, Independent components, Shared components, Multiple Parallel release, Using UCM without Activity-based SCM.

Development Using the UCM Model: A Developer?s perspective of UCM, joining a project, making changes, delivering changes to the project, Rebasing your development stream, Dealing with conflicting changes.

Integration, Build and Release: Software Integration, Isolation and integration, Building and Baselining, Staging and release.


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