Deploy your Creo build for your existing DevOps and testing processes. Only when the version has been tested and verified, should it be promoted to production.
Stick to the strategy you created in the Plan phase. As a reminder, here are the things you want to cover when you test in a development, quality assurance (QA), and/or testing environment(s).
Remember that testing is an iterative process and follow your testing plan thoroughly to verify the new version. If you find issues, submit IT tickets to get support and go back to your test cases to address any issues. Remember to document changes as you write and record test results.
Test the application in a test/QA environment with a select group of existing users to make sure that the upgrade has not impacted their experience negatively. User acceptance testing should answer questions like:
You may get insights during testing and choose to act on them later. If the application does not meet all user needs, decide whether to pause deployment or to launch as-is.
Have a question? Submit your contact information and we’ll reach out within 1 business day. You’re never obligated to purchase or commit.