Deployment is all of the activities that make a software system available for use. Questions relating to deploying software go under this tag.

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How to put sensor into my deployment diagram [on hold]

I am just working on a project which asked me to draw a deployment diagram, here I am confused about how to put sensor into deployment diagram. Project said, there are 6 buildings has 6 computers to ...
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How to structure many projects that can be versioned and deployed separately

My team is in a situation where we need to create about 30 different processors. By processors I mean code that takes data from a DB and sends it to a remote service somewhere else in the world. They ...
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Continous Deployment and database format changes [duplicate]

My current automated workflow looks like this: I commit changes I push changes Build (actually just a lot of tests using mock database) is triggered If all tests pass, the new code is deployed to ...
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Single configuration file for multiple WCF services

We have a scenario where we have multiple WCF services hosted on the same server connecting to same database. But currently they all have their separate web.config files. So each time there is some ...
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Build Once, Deploy to Multiple Enironments [closed]

I build one MAIN branch. This is our trunk and our only code base for the project. Once this is built, ideally it would continuously deploy to our Dev environment. Once the developers have confirmed ...
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Best practices and tools for deploying .NET application to production [closed]

I'm working on a codebase for my company for a .NET MVC product. We have test, staging, and production environments. Test and staging are great - we use CI to grab files from our repo (not TFS; we ...
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Requirement that code changes within release be reverse compatible with DB schema

I have recently come across a requirement related to our release/SDLC process that seems a little out of the ordinary to me so I am writing this to inquire whether this practice is common and, if not, ...
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How to deploy C# application to be used in branch / remote office(s)

Have very recently started a new position. One of my key challenges is a C# WinForms application (let's call it AppX) that causes a lot of non-planned work. The main reason for this is that it needs ...
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Deploying artifacts and dependencies on another system with Maven

I am coding a Java program on my development machine. Maven packages this a myjar.jar, and I can run it from the command line using java -cp myjar.jar my.FantasticClass. It uses library somelib.jar. I ...
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Deploying v Releasing

So there's this desktop application. And I am wanting to inform it's users that a new version has been released. Is it more correct to say that a new version of a desktop application has been ...
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Versioning and deploying dependent systems

I need some best practices or experiences of developer teams who had to treat the same issues I have at the moment =) Our company is developing a client software for years. The one and only ...
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What is the best approach for deploying apps to companies

What is the best approach for the following scenario: 1) A publicly available app (available in app stores) which is used by end users to make use of services offered by multiple companies. 2) These ...
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Preferred location for installing user guides, sample documents on Windows?

By default, the installer for my product copies files to the Users\Username\AppData\local\MyProduct directory (though the user can change this during installation, of course). I want to bundle some ...
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How to mitigate security risks when deploying a database to the web via automated migrations?

I'm looking at using built in database migrations frameworks (such as the migration framework included in EF Code First or migratordotnet) but I have concerns about the implications of allowing a ...
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Django REST + Backbone/Ember/Angular Implementation Method

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10941249/separate-rest-json-api-server-and-client In light of this post, I wanted to ask questions regarding Django and specifically the implementation methods of ...
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How to create a lightweight WPF application including .NET Framework 4.5?

I want to create an application which is dependent on .NET Framework 4.5. If I am binding the framework with application setup the size of application increases to much but I need to bind the .NET ...
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Distributing a data access solution across multiple solutions

I have 3 solutions, one of them is a dataccess solution with all the repositories etc. At the moment when a change is made to it, the others have to go get the latest nuget version locally, we have a ...
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Partitioning code into assemblies for the sake of logical seperation

I've started working at this company, and the software is managed in a Visual Studio solution that includes hundreds of projects (C++ and C#). After poking around the solution for couple of weeks, I ...
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Installation from RPM, instead of making source code?

I am trying to deploy a Redis server in Linux. The Redis official site provides source code to download, so I have to use 'make' to install Radis. The 'make' works, but my problem is how can I use ...
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What are the pros and cons of running multiple instances of an app per marketplace?

One app to rule them all, and in the darkness, bind them. I'm speccing out a client app at the moment. The same service is to be delivered to two separate counties and the the content within: users, ...
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What is the best solution for using NetBeans on different computers and keeping them in sync?

I am using NetBeans IDE for PHP programming. What is the best solution for using NetBeans on two different computers and keeping them in sync? I am currently using the FTP upload on save feature. But ...
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Automating database deployment using a CMS

My team are developing Umbraco websites and looking to improve the automation of our database deployment. Currently we have automated builds and deployments of our source code using Kiln and Team ...
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Handling Deployment to Multiple Environments

How should I handle deploying web applications to multiple servers? Constraints I have a dev, test and prod environment. No build server is available. Developers can't deploy to prod. The people ...
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Sharing dlls in a software deployment

We are moving our software project from the practically auto-creating Visual Studio Installer in Visual Studio 2010 to a WiX installer. I'd like to use this change to make sure things are right. The ...
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which is better of these two architectures and why

PhpServer will handle gSoap requests and http requests from clients. PushServer will push notifications to clients and act a file server. There are many server machines. Every PhpServer will ...
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Refactoring Tomcat webapp deployments

Background We have several webapps running on Tomcat 7.0.x (on Linux). For historical reasons, we have populated the "Common" lib (i.e. $CATALINA_HOME/lib) with many application jars. These jars ...
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Why don't companies ship multiple modules within a mobile app? Are there concerns about tight coupling?

Preface: My question does not exclusively pertain to Google and it doesn't exclusively pertain to iOS. I'm only using Google and iOS as examples because they are familiar to many. I could have just as ...
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NodeJS: Freeze dependences before testing and deployment? Check in node_modules?

Suppose you have a NodeJS application. A release could consists of multiple steps: Automated and/or manual tests Deployment (if something goes wrong) Rollback to the last stable version There are ...
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When deploying updates, do you deploy all or selected/changed assemblies?

I'm a developer and I have had several experiences in web application deployment which are the following: Deploy all files then apply configuration values as appropriate to the environment. We've ...
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Security Risks of Unsigned ClickOnce Manifests

Using signed manifests in ClickOnce deployments, it is not possible to modify files after the deployment package has been published - installation will fail as hash information in the manifest won't ...
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Achieving Zero Downtime Deployment

I am trying to achieve zero downtime deployments so I can deploy less during off hours and more during "slower" hours - or anytime, in theory. My current setup, somewhat simplified: Web Server A ...
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Is it mandatory to obtain a licence for distributing software uses bundled Mono runtime?

My software composed of an EXE and dependent class library dlls, built on Windows using visual studio C# Compiler. I've been able to run it directly on Mac OS X using mono myApp.exe without ...
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Are there any benefits to removing unused script files in a web site/project?

VS Web sites/projects come loaded with several .js files, most of which I don't use (e.g., I use a CDN for newer versions of jQuery and jQuery-UI). I know it's safe to remove these unneeded .js files ...
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In which cases build artifacts will be different in different environments

We are working on automation of deployment using Jenkins. We have different environments - DEV, UAT, PROD. In SVN, we are tagging each release and placing same binaries in DEV, UAT, PROD. The ...
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What does “deploy to a physical machine” mean

I was asked whether I've ever "deployed to a physical machine" and I'm seeing this terminology when googling, but not getting a definition. What does it mean? What other way could someone deploy an ...
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Solving the last mile problem in software engineering [closed]

The more I write code the more I realize that writing the code is not the hard part. The hard part is making sure all the dependencies are in order, there are no hard coded paths, that I don't have ...
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Why isn't there a private deployment option for the .NET framework? [closed]

Here are reasons why one would want this: 1) We often don't use all the dlls but we force customers to install the entire .NET framework. It would be great to just deploy the dlls we need. 2) We ...
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Issue deploying Asp.Net MVC 4 website to Azure [closed]

How do you deploy your website in Azure so that it looks exactly like when you run it in your localhost? This is a very simple website that I created following the ASP.NET MVC4 tutorials. However, I ...
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Multi-tenant SaaS product normally running in public cloud, how to offer it in private cloud

I'm beginning to do some research into taking an existing enterprise Multi-tenant SaaS application that I've built and deployed w/ a PaaS on a public cloud, and determining the best way to offer the ...
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Do Windows Installers for internal business applications make sense?

I'm trying to build a general understanding for what's common in this situation so that I can decide if it makes sense to pursue it further. Are installers welcome in a typical corporate environment ...
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Jenkins to automate deployment of ASP.NET applications

Is there any possibility to automate/semi-automate deployments of ASP.NET web applications using Jenkins. It can be under controlled or uncontrolled environments, for uncontrolled user needs to enter ...
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how to convince team and project manager that post-launch deployments are okay for new features

We have a site that launched and is "feature-complete", we've done all that the client has asked for and fixed a few bugs post-launch. However, I noticed that our site's home page is using 100 SQL ...
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What is the difference, if any, between Model and QA environments?

I have worked for various organizations many of whom call their environment that comes after the test/developer environment and before the staging and/or production environment either model or QA. ...
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Forcing ExtJS application updates after deployment

I work on an ExtJS application with a Django backend, and we keep running into issues when we push new code. Our users seldom refresh their browsers, so after a code push we end up with users using ...
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Suggestions to improve small team workflow (CI / Deployment)

I'd like to improve my team's workflow and architecture. Right now we have a LAMP dev server on which every member of the team has a subdirectory. We work directly in this directory via LAN. There is ...
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Best approach to including JBoss's standalone.xml in SVN structure?

Our application server is JBoss 7 as. We use SVN as our code repository. I need to ship our custom security domain in standalone.xml which is a jboss file (not packaged in my application's war file). ...
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Streamlining ASP.Net MVC deployment? [closed]

I own a VPS with Windows Server 2012 on it. I can install whatever I want on it. In the past when deploying an ASP.Net MVC project, I would right click the project in the solution and Publish it. I ...
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Script to check minimum requirements for an application [closed]

Is there a well-known, trusted open source script that we could use as a starting point to build a web-based analyser tool for our application that would be similar in functionality to the Firefox ...
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Application deployment with Puppet

I've been researching puppet lately, and I think it could be useful to integrate into my deployment pipeline. Currently, I deploy my apps by manually adding users, creating vhosts, setting ...
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How can I build a C# project (installer) for multiple environments

I would like to propose a solution to our companies problem with building consistent installers for different environments. Our current process is to build an installer for test, perform testing, ...