In Software Engineering, Software Configuration Management (SCM) is the task of monitoring and controlling changes in the software and is part of the larger cross-disciplinary field of configuration management.
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Software Configuration Management involves revision control and establishing baselines. If something goes wrong in a process, Software Configuration Management looks to determine what was changed and who was responsible for changing it. Alternatively, if something is working well, Software Configuration Management can determine how that can be replicated across many hosts.
The acronym SCM is also expanded as source configuration management process and software change and configuration management. However, “configuration” is usually understood to encompass changes that are typically made by a system administrator.