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How source control impacts the 3 tenents of Configuration Management

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Source control is imperative to businesses with multiple product versions or product lines. In this post, we discuss source control and its impact on configuration management, and ultimately, the health of your product versions and product lines.

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Building Test Systems: Where to Get Started

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As products become more sophisticated, thorough testing has become critical to success. As a result, many organizations’ test resources have been stretched thin and they’ve been forced to adapt. A well designed test system can free up resources and bridge resource gaps, while ensuring products meet your company’s highest quality standards. Figure 1[…]

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Four Best Practices For Updating Legacy Systems

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Inherited legacy systems are often the type of thing that keeps engineers and managers up at night. Quite often this leviathan sits in some dark corner with a mess of tangled wires running about. You don’t know how it works and you sure don’t know how to fix it. It runs off software that no one supports, and you don’t have a clue how you would replace[…]

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An Introduction to WITS

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What is WITS?

I get quite a few emails from people asking simple questions about WITS, so I thought it was time to write a simple introduction. WITS stands for “Wellsite Information Transfer Specification” and it’s a specification, however loose it may be, that allows for data transmission between Oil and Gas digital systems. Even though this[…]

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Centrifuge Trailer Automation

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Erdos Miller's work with GTech and Fenco to build a state of the art drilling mud filtering system mounted on an 18-wheeler trailer.

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