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Runbooks and Deployment Plans

Looking for a solution for creating, executing and archiving deployment plans? Look no further, we have the perfect solution.

Real-Time Deployment Plans and Runbooks

Deployment Manager enables teams to create, execute and manage deployment plans for production cut-over and change request events. It replaces the manual spreadsheets and disparate documents currently used to track release deployments into production.

Multiple participants can collaborate to construct run-sheets and allocate deployment tasks to internal delivery teams, or external suppliers. All the participants involved in deployment plan execution receive a clear understanding of their accountabilities and can interact with the run-sheet regardless of their location.

Completed deployment plans are archived for future reuse or for audits.

Plutora Release Manager

Industry benefits

Deployment Manager is a crucial part of Enterprise Release Manager.

Simplified cut-over plans

Simplified cut-over plans

Simplify your complex war-room implementation plans with our collaborative, real-time execution engine. With production releases occurring more frequently, ensure your multi-location IT Ops, Dev and Vendors resources are working in sync.

Automation

Minimise production failure when performing manual system deployments for all change requests, while automating the broadcasting of deployment plan progress to key stakeholders.

Improved workflow

Improved workflow

Dramatically improve your release deployment processes by standardizing control, transparency, and compliance with your cut-over and implementation plans.

Listen to our customers

“We knew our delivery requirements and productivity needed to ramp up very quickly. That’s why we ended up choosing Plutora.”

“I can save 50–70% of my time by looking at Plutora’s comments module instead of emails. It’s awesome.”

“Plutora improved our test environment management productivity by 140%.”

“Plutora is now our single system of record. Before, release data was scattered across the enterprise.”