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Configuration Management courses

Configuration Management (CM) is the business process that helps your team rapidly develop, package and deliver quality software ahead of your competitors. CM includes the management of all essential artifacts created during the software lifecycle—from source code to documentation and test cases—with a strong focus on rapidly developing automated build, package and deployment processes which have the ability to handle multiple variants of the same codebase (e.g. bugfixes). Our configuration managment courses will help your team achieve excellence, whether your development methodology is Agile or Waterfall, while implementing essential IT controls in compliance with regulatory requirements including SOX and HIPAA.

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Featuring up to 10 specialized classes, SQE Training’s Testing Training Weeks offer software professionals the opportunity to maximize their skills training by building a customized week of instruction. Courses are offered for QA, test, and other software professionals across the development life cycle and include topics such as agile, DevOps, mobile, test automation, test management, and more.

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“The presentation was very methodical and I appreciated the level of detail - very informative and helpful! ”
Thomas Topfl
Landisy & Gyr
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Elaine Jancourtz
SoftWare, Inc.
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Zions Bancorporation