Capabilities >> Configuration Management

Configuration Management is a critical aspect to the successful operation of any organization.

Configuration ManagementConfiguration Management is a systems engineering process for establishing and maintaining consistency of a product's performance, functional, and physical attributes with its requirements, design, and operational information throughout its life. In software engineering, software configuration management is the task of tracking and controlling changes in the software, part of the larger cross-disciplinary field of configuration management. Software configuration management practices include revision control and the establishment of baselines.

Project configuration management is the collective body of processes, activities, tools and methods project practitioners can use to manage items during the project life cycle. Project configuration management addresses the composition of a project, the documentation defining it, and other data supporting it.

I Web 4 U's configuration control is an important function of our configuration management discipline. Its purpose is to ensure that all changes to a complex system are performed with the knowledge and consent of management and the client.

I Web 4 U was founded in 1997 with a vision of providing a higher value of IT services to the automotive dealership industry. In 2015, we started providing U.S. Government agencies the same level of professionalism in support of their missions. I Web 4 U will work with you and your organization to ensure that processes are in place to control change management. Change management is simply a process of managing changes, such as code changes or documentation changes.

I Web 4 U provides a full range of Configuration Management functions including:

  • Establishing good practices
  • Configuration identification
  • Establishing a baseline
  • Ensuring change control
  • Providing for Configuration audits
  • Understanding the constraints affecting and guiding the configuration management process
  • Understanding the organizational context and the relationships among the organizational elements
  • Measuring and collecting data related to configuration management activities
  • Employing a variety of tools to support the process
  • Avoiding known pitfalls