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Deployment Strategy

Questions that must be answered include:
– What needs to be deployed?
– Who are the users?
– Are there locations dependencies?
– Where are the users? 35 more words

Release Management

Deployment Plan

Typically the release and deployment plans should document the:
– Scope and content of the release;
– The risk assessment for the release;
– Affected stakeholders; 16 more words

Release Management

Release Plan

For each release, plans should be authorized by Change Management and used to assist in the evaluation of the risk and impact.

Change

Release unit

A “Release unit” describes the portion of a service or IT infrastructure that’s normally released together according to the release policy.

Release Management

CAB - Change Advisory Board

In a “perfect world” those could be the representatives for a CAB meeting:
– Change Management team member (could be the manager).
– Configuration team member. 44 more words

Change

#toolhacking for fun and ITSM - Release Planning with Trello

I love Trello. For those unfamiliar, Trello is a SaaS kanban board / taskboard. It’s free (mostly) and is virtually idiot-proof to set up and start using. 641 more words

ITIL

Creating SCCM Desktop Deployment Collections for a randomised, phased approach

I find myself frequently discussing SCCM desktop release strategies so I thought this would be a great opportunity for a blog entry…

Let’s assume you have 5000 Windows desktops¬†under management in SCCM. ¬† 786 more words

ConfigMgr