Promotion Flow for Mission Critical Enterprise SW

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The release code to production for a mission critical enterprise application, we don't just "push to production" and see what the customer thinks. There is a stewardship governance process, even while the development of the software is done with Scrum.
One fault and 10's of 1,000's of users are impacted.

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Promotion Flow for Mission Critical Enterprise SW

  1. 1. Promotion Rhythm – Through QA, Performance Testing, UAT to Production, Using Release 1.0 + New Features to Produce Release 2.0 as a candidate for Production Change Control Board Weekly Rhythm ProductionUATPERFDEV InitiatorChangeManagementCCBResources QA Phase Phase Environments CyberSecurity Training Compliance R2.0 QA Test R2.0 Yes No QA Fix Perf Test Perf Test Perf Fix R2.2 No R2.0 UAT R2.0 Yes R2.1 Yes Yes R2.1 Perf Test QA Test R2.2 Yes Yes Perf Fix No R2.1 UAT Yes UAT Fix No R2.1 QA Test UAT R2.2 Yes R2.2 Yes UAT Fix No No QA Fix No No Perf Fix UAT Fix QA Fix No R2.3 Repeat QA/PT/ UAT Cycle HelpDesk EnterpriseInfrastructure ChangeControlBoard Capture Request Change Validate Request Change Urgent Urgent Change Procedure Accepted Notice to Initiator Std Change Major Minor Evaluate Change Authorized Evaluate Change Authorized Coordinate Implementation Release and Deployment Management Execute Change Post Implementation Review Change Close Out R1.0 R2.0 text text c ctext texttexttexttext text text text Entry and Exit criteria for each decision gate in the promotion flow is defined in separate worksheets. The Exit criteria are owned by the accountable manager for that process. That same manager is accountable for accepting the Entry criteria before performing their role. The process assures the interfaces between processes and the process owners is defined through measureable outcomes of progress toward production release. Roles in the Production Release text text

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