Plan. Track. Verify. Release. Repeat!
Deliver value to customers, manage risk and improve deployment efficiency.
Smooth Releases at scale
From simple single release projects to complex cross project releases, plan and execute your release work flow smoothly.
Manage the health of your release
Don’t manage the routine! Manage the risk by tracking the health of your release and make data-backed decisions!
Align all your teams.
You can stay centered on the release goals by sharing & evaluating work across multiple teams working on the project.
Stabilize release management
Bring all stakeholders on to the same page and manage their Buy In. Build a rock solid release management process and stick to it.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What are release management tools?
Release management tools help to a great extent by collaborating and providing the detailed updates through which the position of the software in the current life cycle can be known and provides room for improvement of processes. Automated Release Management tools provide end to end visibility, quality assurance, and production from the central hub. Some of the open source release management tools are Jenkins, Ansible, SaltStack, Chef. These tools will lessen the time between different phases of the release management process and will allow spending more time in building new functionality which is done by DevOps teams. This will help increase the factors such as customer satisfaction and revenue.
What is release management in devops
Release management in DevOps plans, schedules and controls the development and delivery of the software process. The developers and IT operations in DevOps, collaborate from the beginning to the end of the process allowing fewer, shorter feedback loops and faster releases. Release Management fills the data gap in DevOps. Though planning, implementation and roll back safety are parts of DevOps, release management still has to keep tabs on applications. Automated management tools of Release management keeps pace with DevOps deployment schedules in order to manage the releases.
How to improve release management process
Collaboration of IT and development team and sharing information throughout the development life cycle will improve the speed of release life cycle. Involving IT operations during plan, build and test phases of release management will fasten the deployment process. Continuous testing of the process instead of testing only at one point will also improve the release management process as testing at several points instead of testing at a single point improves the efficiency. Automation at every stage will improve speed and reliability.
What is release management
Release Management is a process that oversees a software release in the company that includes management, planning, scheduling and controlling including testing and deploying the application. The process starts with planning that’s contained within the release, manages the software that is built at different stages through different environments, tests the stability of the software and deploys at a final stage. The relevant tasks both internal and external are scheduled across an organization, assigns physical and human resources that are needed to be carried out and oversees the execution.
Who should own release management
Any organization that has continuous delivery of software releases and adopting agile software development would need release management as it manages, plans, schedules, controls and also tests and deploys. Release management tools helps to release applications faster and advance the process of continuous delivery which incorporates Devops
Why do we need release management
Organizations which do not make use of release management are considered to be at high risk today as it impacts the delivery and efficiency of the product. With release management, more value can be delivered to customers through customer feedback, improve the efficiency of deployment, audits the policies and requirements, and many more.