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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Azure CloudServices: Having more than just staging and production slots?

We're using Azure Cloud Services and would like to have a workflow where deployments flow as Cloud Service #1: testing/QA => staging => production Currently Azure Cloud Services only have ...
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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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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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DB migration and Azure deployment slots

I'm planning to push a new web application to an Azure Web App Service (former Azure Website). I'd like to make use of the deployment slots to be able to test my deployment before pushing it to ...
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After breaking our code into reusable bits, how do we test and deploy?

We started out with one developer, and one svn repo containing all our code: ^/foo/trunk/module-a ^/foo/trunk/module-b ^/foo/trunk/module-b/submodule-b1 ^/foo/trunk/website1 (at the time this was a ...
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Embedded tomcat cold deployment without service disruption

I have the following scenario. For various reasons I chose to use embedded tomcat for my rest backend that will form a cluster of AWS machines. I will want to deploy fairly frequently updates ...
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Test-first iterative development in Common Lisp environment

Given: I want to practice proper test-first, continuous delivery-style software development in Common Lisp environment. Problem: How each red-green-refactor iteration of the process should look ...
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Feature Toggles for Front-end Redesign

We are planning a redesign of our front-end and would like to roll it out using a feature toggle. We want to expose the changes to limited sets of users as we iterate and perhaps allow users to opt ...
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How to re-use a very small Python utility across different applications?

I have a very small utility that has proven itself very handy across a multitude of applications. The utility itself is less than 50 lines of code and is its own Python module, and a number of ...
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Deciding between applications and services in CloudFoundry PaaS

I need some clarification on an aspect of CloudFoundry architecture guidelines. CF has two major concepts - applications and services. CF-Applications can consume CF-Services using the CloudFoundry ...
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Managing customer-specific modules in a composer/PHP-based SaaS

I'm developing a business-to-business SaaS. I expect that most of my customers will be able to use my mainline product, and I intend to deploy it in an independent instance for each customer. Some ...
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Should/can a web crawler be a separate microservice?

I've never built anything using microservices and all the articles I can find are not very practical. I'm building a web application that relies on a web crawler to scrape data into a database, a ...
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WAR deployment on its own vs within EAR

Months back I started working on a project using 'jbpm' by Redhat. JBPM is a piece of open source software which maps business processes and allows for user input, in addition to other functions. To ...