Practical Tactics for Agile IT Release Management

Contributed by: David W. Larsen

Many Information Technology organizations flounder when they are tasked to understand, organize and implement numerous changes to the system and application software serving their clients and end customers over a period of several years. This work explains at a detail level the very practical and common sense framework and processes that successfully conquered the problem for one corporation and its IT team. 

There are 5 basic sections: 

  1. How did we get here – The Context
  2. First solution steps – Definitions, Roles and Triage
  3. Intake and Release Planning – The Core Solution
  4. Production Change Control – Final Quality Control
  5. Metrics and Insights – Lessons Learned

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