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Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Relationship with other Service Management Processes
The Release & Deployment Management process interfaces with the following Service Management processes:
All releases are driven by an authorized RFC.
Providing input for the components during the build and updating during the various phases of the release and deployment.
Particularly during Early Life Support when extra attention and resources may be required.
IT Service Continuity Management
Continuity plans must be updated to reflect the new or changed service.
New resources may be required or loads on existing ones changed.
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