Management of Change and release management depends on transparency, collaboration and flexibility. An effective change management system can actually lead to a more efficient release management process. Therefore, let's first define terms such as management of change and release management in IT projects. With DevOps support, we can see how these two concepts work together to help build better, more efficient and more reliable CI / CD pipelines.
Originally, IT systems were difficult, unknown and literally cosmically expensive, making them inaccessible and reserved only for large recipients such as giant financial institutions or leading world powers investing in defense and energy related systems.
In the previous article you could read about how to find appropriate software company, which carries out the project of your idea. When you finally make a decision you will face another challenge. You probably already have a vision of your own project, however, the problem arises when you need to describe it on paper. How to start, what such a document should include, what should be avoided?
When your business starts growing you realise that manual information input or running the Excel charts take too long or are insufficient. It is time then to buy a software that is appropriately tailored to your requirements.
Regardless of the software implementation methodology, whether it is Scrum or Waterfall, it will take many actions or phases to complete it. In Waterfall methodology the analysis phase takes place after the specification of requirements and before the technical project and implementation.
Proper planning of activities is required in the fast changing environment and with the enormous complexity and dynamics of IT systems.