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Design Software Deployment and Deploy Applications with IBM UrbanCode Deploy - SPVC (ZQ410G)     » zur vollständigen Seminarliste

In this course, you learn how to plan and automate the deployment of applications to test environments with IBM UrbanCode Deploy.

IBM UrbanCode Deploy is a tool for standardizing and simplifying the process of deploying software components to each environment in your development cycle. This is a beginner-level course for new users of IBM UrbanCode Deploy, such as administrators, development teams, and operations leads.

Hands-on exercises use IBM UrbanCode Deploy and cover deploying a simple web application. You create components, create an application that contains those components, and then deploy the components to an environment.

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Kurs-Id: IBM_ZQ410G


Introduction to designing software deployment and deploying applications

Configuring components and component processes

Defining deployment with resources, environments, and application processes

Deploying applications to target environments

Setting up server security, approvals, and quality gates


This course is designed for new users of IBM UrbanCode Deploy, including administrators, development teams, and operations leads.


  • Basic understanding of client-server architecture
  • Basic understanding of multitier application models

Das Training findet auf Deutsch statt.