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The Truth About Application Release and Deployment - Top 10 Myths Exposed


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  • 1. “Worldwide confusion about app release and deployment!” “Worldwide confusion about app release and deployment!” What’s true and not true MisinformationMisinformation ReignsReigns
  • 2. Developer hasn’t seen Daylight in weeks Family weeps for lost loved one Only one way to deploy enterprise apps Only one way to deploy enterprise apps
  • 3. Only way to deploy enterprise apps. Deployment setups that are truly automatic don’t need special scripts—they work with the tools you already use. Automation means automatic
  • 4. loves deployingDevteam ! “Not a special skill,” many say No details missedNo details missed
  • 5. Only way to deploy enterprise apps. Don’t make your developers design the deployment process. Set it up so they can test first and then deploy. Deployment is a specialty
  • 6. Enterprise- level releases “easy to do” Specialized tools deemed unnecessary Magic spreadsheet tracks everything!
  • 7. Sure, emails and spreadsheets are OK for simple releases. But what about complex, interdependent, big releases? It’s impossible to collaborate and trace those without specialized tools. Enterprise apps need more
  • 8. Quality plummets with automation! Quality plummets with automation! “I should do it manually,” says exhausted human. Computers unfit for repetitive tasks
  • 9. When you automate, you let computers do what they do best. Plus, you’ll get tracking features to help keep things straight. Repetitive tasks are what computers do
  • 10. Savior of release coordination, developers say. spreadsheet hailed!spreadsheet hailed! great use of “Repetitive manual tasks: your time.”–management
  • 11. Only way to deploy enterprise apps. Release coordination tools make development faster, easier, and more precise. Dealing with the spreadsheet is a job in itself
  • 12. Large Release Seamless! Large Release Seamless!Interdependencies “no biggie,” teams say Conventional wisdom: small, frequent changes not profitable
  • 13. Small, frequent changes are easier, faster and less risky to make. Automation helps free developers to troubleshoot. Many hands make lighT work, and all that
  • 14. Automation and build: No transition prep necessary completely separate completely separate “We just hit a button, and everything was perfect”
  • 15. Test builds before they go into production. Versioning them makes tracking simpler. Automation requires preparation
  • 16. Operations rejoices over bottlenecks! Operations rejoices over bottlenecks! No culture changes in sight, thank goodness Management “elated” to hear of backlogs
  • 17. If you’re going to use release and deployment tools, get your teams ready for a change in the way they work. Backlogs are bad
  • 18. All Problems Vanished!Developers stymied worldwide Developers stymied worldwide “They were here, we automated, now they’re gone,” dismayed programmer says
  • 19. There will be resistance and frustration at first. Stick with it. Getting a payoff takes time and work.
  • 20. You’ve heard all the myths about automating application release and deployment. Now let’s get to the truth. Check here for the details. go now