Production/Non-Production

Meaning of "in Production"

When some software is in Productive Use, or "in Production" we mean it is actually being used by its intended end users.

In contrast, if software is still "in Development", it means that it may be used by developers and testers, but it is not yet fully Productive.

Logiak permits you to set Productive/non-Productive statuses of Projects and Developments and thus keep them separate.

It is designed to help you and your colleagues to keep clear regarding the significance of making changes.

Production/Non-Production

Each new Project or Deployment initially has the status "Non-Production".

To Move a Project from Non-Production to Production.

When you are ready to elevate a Project to "Productive", do the following:

  1. Select the project, so that the edit panel appears on the right.
  2. Check the "Production" checkbox, and
  3. Click Update menu item.
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Production/Non-Production

Meaning of "in Production"

When some software is in Productive Use, or "in Production" we mean it is actually being used by its intended end users.

In contrast, if software is still "in Development", it means that it may be used by developers and testers, but it is not yet fully Productive.

Logiak permits you to set Productive/non-Productive statuses of Projects and Developments and thus keep them separate.

It is designed to help you and your colleagues to keep clear regarding the significance of making changes.

Production/Non-Production

Each new Project or Deployment initially has the status "Non-Production".

To Move a Project from Non-Production to Production.

When you are ready to elevate a Project to "Productive", do the following:

  1. Select the project, so that the edit panel appears on the right.
  2. Check the "Production" checkbox, and
  3. Click Update menu item.
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