How to create a deployment plan

What should be included in a deployment plan?

The deployment plan outlines the scope, approach and execution planned for the deployment of the project deliverables. The plan includes, where relevant, information about system support, issue tracking, escalation processes, roles and responsibilities before, during, and after deployment.

What are the steps of deployment?

  1. Log on to the WebSphere administrative console.
  2. Create a new shared library.
  3. Deploy the enterprise archive (EAR) file.
  4. Associate the PKI Services shared library with the PKI Services application.
  5. If you are using multiple applications, check that the context root matches the unique WAR file name:

What is deployment checklist?

You can use the Deployment Checklist page in the Software Management task to modify or copy existing deployments or to define new deployments. The Checklist table lists the steps included in the software deployment process. To deploy software, complete all the steps in the checklist.

Who is responsible for deployment plan?

First, the project manager creates a deployment plan. After that, the project team reviews it, before deployment. The project schedule allots time for each activity related to the project. And teams can get insight into the process by referring to the deployment planning framework during deployment.

What is the most important deployment step?

Systematic communication is an important part of deployment management. Check point meetings need to include decision makers, so that decisions can be made at the spot. With these steps you will avoid many common issues in deployments.

What is deployment strategy?

A deployment strategy is a way to change or upgrade an application. The aim is to make the change without downtime in a way that the user barely notices the improvements. It can also be used to verify proper operation in a production context where problems impact a limited number of users.