Confused by configurations or perplexed by provisioning tools? Take a look at our comprehensive guide ‘Application Deployment 101‘, which answers the questions you’ve always wanted to ask about application release automation.
Application Deployment 101 is a handy online resource covering key aspects of application release automation with an overview of the release process, staging areas, build and provisioning tools and parameters.
The guide supplies detailed answers to common FAQs, including:
- What is an application release?
- What is the difference between application release and application deployment?
- What is the staging area within an application lifecycle?
- How efficient are build tools in managing application releases?
- How are provisioning tools used for deployments?
- What are application release parameters?
The guide was compiled by application release expert Ron Gidron.
“We often receive questions from IT development and operations professionals about various aspects of application deployment. Although our support team is always available and happy to answer enquiries, I wanted to create an easy and accessible guide which automatically provided the answers to these key areas of the deployment process. So I selected some of our most frequently asked questions and wrote detailed and thorough answers to each one.” – Ron Gidron, Product Manager at Nolio
The guide will be continually reviewed and updated – and you can help us shape its content! If you would like to see the answer to a question that isn’t covered in Application Deployment 101, please email me your enquiry at email@example.com.
Application Deployment 101 is just one of the numerous handy resources available for free on the Nolio website. Website visitors can also enjoy access to many valuable white papers, such as ‘Requirements for an Application Release Platform’ which details the vital features needed in an effective application release platform.
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