What is Dynamic Configuration Management?

Chris Stephenson
February 7, 2023

Dynamic Configuration Management (DCM) is a methodology used to structure the configuration of compute workloads. Developers create workload specifications, describing everything their workloads need to run successfully. The specification is then used to dynamically create the configuration, to deploy the workload in a specific environment. With DCM, developers do not need to define or maintain any environment-specific configuration for their workloads.

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