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|kurzfassung=This thesis defnes a blueprint describing a successful ad-hoc deployment with generally applicable rules, thus providing a basis for further developments. The blueprint itself is based on the experience of developing a Continuous Deployment system, the subsequent tests and the continuous user feedback. In order to evaluate the blueprint, the blueprint-based dynamic system was compared with the previously static deployment and a user survey was conducted. The result of the study shows that the rules described in the blueprint have far-reaching
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|kurzfassung=This thesis defnes a blueprint describing a successful ad-hoc deployment with generally applicable rules, thus providing a basis for further developments. The blueprint itself is based on the experience of developing a Continuous Deployment system, the subsequent tests and the continuous user feedback. In order to evaluate the blueprint, the blueprint-based dynamic system was compared with the previously static deployment and a user survey was conducted. The result of the study shows that the rules described in the blueprint have far-reaching consequences and generate an additional value for the users during deployment.
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Aktuelle Version vom 15. Mai 2018, 16:49 Uhr

Vortragende(r) Eric Weinstock
Vortragstyp Bachelorarbeit
Betreuer(in) Robert Heinrich
Termin Fr 22. Juni 2018
Vortragsmodus
Kurzfassung This thesis defnes a blueprint describing a successful ad-hoc deployment with generally applicable rules, thus providing a basis for further developments. The blueprint itself is based on the experience of developing a Continuous Deployment system, the subsequent tests and the continuous user feedback. In order to evaluate the blueprint, the blueprint-based dynamic system was compared with the previously static deployment and a user survey was conducted. The result of the study shows that the rules described in the blueprint have far-reaching consequences and generate an additional value for the users during deployment.