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This article is part of the March 2012, Vol 1. Iss. 1 issue of Agile ALM: Trends in SCCS, requirements management
The most important technology decision with regard to source code control (SCC) is whether to host the repository on- or off-premises. Developer commentary focuses mostly on technical details of SCC protocols; from an executive perspective, this is the moral equivalent of arguing Ford vs. General Motors in terms of whether the battery and fuel filler tube are on the driver or passenger side. At the same time, the application lifecycle management (ALM) literature too often tracks high-level vendor feature lists, and properly accounts neither for legacy requirements nor the new opportunities the expanding cloud market offers. SCC is fundamentally a mature technology; while clever programmers continue to create new conveniences, the basics have been clear since the original Source Code Control System was developed forty years ago in Bell Labs. Most functionality can be "gatewayed" or translated between popular competing SCC servers. With sufficient motivation, a legacy repository can be "ported" to a new server by a mid-level administrator or programmer. ... Access >>>
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Agile ALM automation strategies: Using source code control tactics
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Organizations that move quickly to automating version control in software configuration management can boost quality and speed results in Agile development and application lifecycle management. The key to success is adopting an overall source code control strategy.
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Hosting in cloud computing: Using Software as a Service for source code control
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Though all development shops will be using source code control (SCC), hosting the repository in the cloud is now an option that should be carefully considered.
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