Resources on how to deploy complex software on different contexts, environments and stacks.

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  • Deployments in the SDLCDeploying software at different stages of the Software Development Lifecycle - development, testing and production.
    • Deploy into Development EnvironmentResources offering guidelines on deploying software to a development environment (for use by software developers), development deployments in specific environments, and tools used for development deployments.
    • Deploy into System Integration and User Acceptance EnvironmentsResources offering guidelines on deploying software into system integration and user acceptance environments.
    • Deploy into Production EnvironmentResources offering guidelines on deploying software to a live production environment, production deployments in specific environments, and examples of production deployment processes at real organizations.
  • Deploying Locally, Virtualized or on the CloudResources on how to deploy software to different computing models: local machines, virtualized machines or cloud instances.
  • Deployment by Type of ApplicationResources on how to deploy different types of applications, including web apps, mobile apps, and enterprise applications.
  • Deployment by StackResources on how to deploy applications on common technology stacks such as J2EE, LAMP and OpenStack.
    • J2EE DeploymentResources on how to deploy Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) applications.
    • LAMP DeploymentResources explaining how to deploy the LAMP stack in general, on specific environments such as AWS and Azure, and using specific technologies such as Docker.
    • OpenStack DeploymentResources explaining how to deploy applications on OpenStack, and tools used in OpenStack deployments.

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