Every good administrator knows that changes should be made to their sandbox environment . Especially if the changes are many and large, such as industry list lightning migration. So this means that once you are satisfied with the solution you have built, and have gone through testing (including UAT, if necessary), these changes must be deployed to production. This final step is the accumulation of all your commitments and hard work, and there is the potential for many industry list things and things to go wrong in the process. So what should you do to make sure everything goes fast?
Agree on time and Plan everything in advance The best deployments are well planned and pre-determined so that everything is accounted for well in industry list advance of going live. Carefully consider the implications of our Salesforce Deployment and give yourself plenty of time to build and test different scenarios (positive & negative) before the deployment begins. Deployment can be time consuming , and with it many strange things happen. We certainly do not industry list want anyone to work in production while these changes are taking place. There are three main reasons.
We need to give ourselves more time to test your production changes so that we can make sure everything is deployed and working industry list perfectly. b) We want to ensure that no changes are made to the production as you roll out our own, because the use of changes will counteract industry list any changes to the production. c) We do not ask end users to use the system before it is fully used, or before we have had a chance to fully inform them.