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Configuration Management Best Practices: Practical Methods that Work in the Real World by Leslie Sachs, Robert Aiello

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Chapter 14. Industry Standards and Frameworks

Chapter Overview

14.1 Why Are Standards and Frameworks Important? 188

14.2 How Do I Get Started? 189

14.3 Terminology Required 189

14.4 Applying These Terms to the Standards and Frameworks 193

14.5 Industry Standards 193

14.6 Industry Frameworks 196

In this chapter, we start by reviewing the essential terminology required, including configuration item (CI), configuration identification, configuration control, interface control, configuration status accounting, configuration audit, subcontractor/vendor control, and conformance versus noncompliance. We also discuss applying these terms to the standards and frameworks. Next, we discuss specific standards, including the following: IEEE 828—Standard ...

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