A Reference Architecture for Distributed Software Deployment

@inproceedings{Burg2013ARA,
  title={A Reference Architecture for Distributed Software Deployment},
  author={Sander van der Burg},
  year={2013}
}
Nowadays, software systems are bigger and more complicated than people may think. Apart from the fact that a system has to be correctly constructed and should meet the client's wishes, they also have to be made ready for use to end-users or in an isolated test environment. This process is known as the software deployment process. Due to various developments, e.g. increasing complexity of requirements to a system and new techniques that have been developed to support these, the software… 
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