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The minimum features for SCM tools

SCM Tools The minimum features for SCM tools are closely related to the task of handling the different product deliverables produced within the project software engineering process. Tool requirements and selection criteria are based on a series of features that provide a consistent look and feel with state-of-the-art software development environments. An SCM tool must

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Vagrant installation in Centos, Ubuntu and Windows | Vagrant Tutorials

Vagrant installation in ubuntu 1. Update your apt repository > sudo apt-get update 2. Install VirtualBox. > sudo apt-get install virtualbox 3. Install Vagrant. > sudo apt-get install vagrant Vagrant installation in Centos 1. Update your system > yum -y update > cd etc/yum.repos.d/ > wget http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/rpm/fedora/virtualbox.repo > yum update -y > yum install binutils

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Top 5 Configuration Management Tools

Top 5 Configuration Management Tools Puppet In computing, Puppet is an open-source configuration management utility. It runs on many Unix-like systems as well as on Microsoft Windows, and includes its own declarative language to describe system configuration. Puppet is produced by Puppet Labs, founded by Luke Kanies in 2005. It is written in Ruby and

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Installation and Configuration Guide: Bamboo

Bamboo is available in two ‘distributions’ — Standalone or EAR-WAR. The Standalone distribution is recommended (even for organisations with an existing application server environment). Standalone Installation Guide — Windows Download and Install Bamboo Standalone for Windows (Windows Installer) ·  Download Bamboo Standalone for Windows. Bamboo Standalone for Windows is available for download from the Bamboo

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