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Web-application for the Release Cycle of Complex of Applications Planning and Monitoring

Student: Sergei Kan

Supervisor: Alexander Breyman

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2018

Software systems are becoming more and more complicated recently. One software system often consists of many applications that are developed by different development teams and even companies. To provide the correct interaction between different applications it is important to maintain the release methodology and to be able to monitor the stages of the release cycle of each application. The purpose of this study is to develop a universal product that will allow to simplify release planning and monitoring and thus improve the whole development process. To make this possible it is important to learn general release management techniques and summarize the knowledge acquired to find an acceptable release strategy and understand which stages the normal release cycle consists of. The paper describes the basic methods of obtaining information about release versions or automated test runs results. Some of them are related to the use of the API provided by the application itself, the other implies manual input by the user. The advantages and disadvantages of each of the proposed methods are described as well. The result of the work is a web application that allows you to receive up-to-date information about application releases and the results of automated test runs in real time, as well as enabling the user to plan future releases and manage them.

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