Configuration Management for Large-Scale Scientific Computing at the UK Met Office

@article{Matthews2008ConfigurationMF,
  title={Configuration Management for Large-Scale Scientific Computing at the UK Met Office},
  author={David Matthews and Greg Wilson and Steve M. Easterbrook},
  journal={Computing in Science & Engineering},
  year={2008},
  volume={10}
}
The UK Met Office's flexible configuration management (FCM) system uses existing open source tools, adapted for use with high-performance scientific Fortran code, to help manage evolving code in its large-scale climate simulation and weather forecasting models. FCM has simplified the development process, improved team coordination, and reduced release cycles. 

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