Best practices for managing IT product releases:
The planning stage may be the most time intensive as this is where your entire release is structured from start to finish. A robust release plan will help your team stay on track and ensure standards and requirements are properly met.
With the release plan finalized, you can start designing and building the product for release. This is the actual “development” of the product based on the requirements outlined in the release plan.
User acceptance testing
User acceptance testing, also known as UAT, is when the end users the product was built for get to actually use it and give feedback. This is often done as a free beta trial online or shared with a larger group of employees within the company.
This step is to put the finishing touches on the product, taking into account everything that was learned in UAT. Release preparation also includes a final quality review by the QA team.
The big day has finally arrived and here is where all your team’s hard work pays off. It’s time to release your product into the wilds of the live production environment.
Besides simply sending the build out into production, the deployment stage also includes messaging and education on the product to both the end user and your company at large.
For an automation tool for mobile app testing, an interface which can be easily used by anyone means that the automation tool brings everything at one place and assists the QA community on their journey of testing. QAppAssure is one such testing tool that acts as an interface which can be easily used by anyone. It provides a platform for the QA folks to easily integrate issue management portal, test case management portal, CI/CD tools and messaging channels and test their products on a test bed of both real and cloud devices.