A configuration management policy is a set of rules that an organization follows to control its configuration changes. These policies are usually documented in the form of procedures, and checklists.
Configuration management policies are usually enforced by both technical and non-technical staff through the use of tools such as change control boards, release management software, configuration control boards or other frameworks.
How this template will help you?
- They provide you with all the information that you need to deploy your changes and updates efficiently, without having to worry about mistakes or downtime.
- They can be used to enforce security guidelines, ensure compliance standards, and maintain the integrity of data.
Format: MS Word
Our template includes the following sections:
- Document Version History
- Introduction to configuration management
- Configuration management process stages
- Policy Statements