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Enterprise release management: The top 10 myths

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Some changes happen too fast for software release testing? Wrong!

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Every code change needs to go through some process of release testing, verification and approval. It doesn't necessarily mean that every change goes through the exact same release-testing process. Emergency fixes needs a fast-track testing process with minimal stage gates and approvals. Major releases need more rigorous software-release testing processes and more complete stage gates.

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Certain things do require specific amount of time and a skillset, and there are no shortcuts unless you change the context. If deployment and roll back process is fast and effective, a company may have a luxury of releasing less tested builds because they pull back and fix them swiftly. And if the application does not serve really important functions.
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Certain things do require specific amount of time and a skillset, and
there are no shortcuts unless you change the context. If deployment and
roll back process is fast and effective, a company may have a luxury of
releasing less tested builds because they pull back and fix them
swiftly. And if the application does not serve really important
functions.
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