Configuration Data explained

Configuration data are all the kind of settings that are required to deploy, to manage and to operate a specific application release in a specific environment along the Continuous Delivery pipeline. All those settings can be grouped into 4 categories: application, release, environment and infrastructure. Each category of data is typically owned by different roles and responsibilities in the organization, however at "run time" everything needs to come together. 

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Environment

typically stored in document repositories

by DevOps teams and platform engineering

Application

typically stored in source code mgmt

by development teams and application architects

Infastructure

typically stored in files or CMDB

by system admins and technical engineering teams

Release

typically stored in docs & release notes

by release teams and test engineering

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