Dimensions CM

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Dimensions CM
Developer(s) Serena Software part of Micro Focus
Initial release 1980; 39 years ago (1980)[citation needed]
Stable release
Operating system Cross-platform[2]
Type Software configuration management
License Serena Software EULA
Website microfocus.com/products/dimensions-cm

Dimensions CM is a software change and configuration management product[3] developed by Micro Focus. It includes revision control, change, build[4] and release management capabilities.[5]


Previous product names:

  • PCMS Dimensions (SQL Software) [6]
  • PVCS Dimensions (Merant, Intersolv) [7][8]

See also


  1. ^ Dimensions CM 14.4 Release Notes
  2. ^ "Platform OS: Windows, SUSE Linux, Red Hat Linux, AIX, OS X..."
  3. ^ IBM: "Dimensions CM is at the core of Dimensions 10, the industry’s leading software change and configuration management solution."
  4. ^ Kevin A. Lee "The Buildmeister's Guide: Achieving Agile Software Delivery" ISBN 978-1435719316
  5. ^ Dr.Dobb's "New Release Management Release, Serena Dimensions"
  6. ^ SQL Software announces PCMS Dimensions
  7. ^ "PVCS Dimensions is a comprehensive change management suite, combining tools for software configuration management with process models to automatically manage processes and workflows.", PDM and SCM - similarities and differences. The Association of Swedish Engineering Industries 2001
  8. ^ Ivica Crnkovic, Ulf Asklund, Annita Persson Dahlqvist "Implementing and Integrating Product Data Management and Software Configuration Management" ISBN 978-1580534987
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