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Old 03-17-2015, 01:49 AM   #1
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Hi All,

I need suggestions regarding build deployment tools no matter freeware or paid.

We have many windows app servers where we get to put files.

Please suggest build deployment tools and let me know if more information is required.

Thanks,
Kulpreet
 
Old 03-17-2015, 05:54 AM   #2
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I need more information. What do you define the term "build deployment" to mean?
 
Old 03-17-2015, 06:41 AM   #3
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that usually works in the reverse order. I think you already have a process to deploy your apps. Therefore you only need to improve it. But we need to know how does it work to be able to improve it (but probably it is not public). There is no general solution which works all around the world "no matter freeware or paid"...
 
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We have a locally made build deployment tool which puts files through FTP on servers we have.

That tool is not working properly sometimes few servers get missed.

I want to know a tool which is used to update our servers with new files made by our developers.

I hope it clears the requirement.
 
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This sounds more like something which you should have custom developed as part of your product.

For instance I have developed products where there is a central server that is checked by the products for upgrades each time they restart or boot. If there are newer release files, then the upgrade occurs, but it's up to the individual product to make this determination. Whether this occur at startup or a periodic check, the looking is performed by each individual product. In some cases, an operator/administrator may override an upgrade so that it does not occur. These are all things which you determine as part of your product release. We can provide all sorts of guidance, my main guidances are all customized actions, no particular software for deployment, and if there were it would be something which needed to be customized o a per product basis.
 
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