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GLGDW 2006

Best Practices for Deployment - Speaker: Rick Borup

Deployment is a critical path in any application development project. Because itís usually the last step in a long process, developers may not give much thought to deployment until near the end of the development cycle. This is a mistake. At best, ignoring deployment issues until the end adds risk to the project and may delay implementation; at worst, serious deployment problems or even outright failures can ruin the overall success of even the best of apps.

Successful deployment is more of a process than a task. In this session, Rick takes you through the three primary phases of that process: pre-deployment planning, including designing with deployment in mind; the deployment process itself, looking at various approaches to creating the build and distributing the setup; and post-deployment follow-up, including the handling of updates and patches and the management of support issues.

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