What are the best practices for configuring and upgrading TRIRIGA applications?


Follow these best practices to ensure that the business applications function properly and that future upgrades of the applications are successful.

Best Practices – Configuring TRIRIGA applications

  • Gain an understanding of the “as shipped” TRIRIGA applications and adapt your business processes to TRIRIGA rather than adapting TRIRIGA to your business processes…
  • Set up a base, “as shipped” environment that contains no configuration changes to the applications. This environment would be in addition to your development, user acceptance testing (UAT), and production environments…
  • Identify an experienced, certified TRIRIGA expert to be responsible for configuration changes. This person should have deep knowledge of and experience with TRIRIGA Object Migration and Application configuration…

Best Practices – Preparing to upgrade your TRIRIGA applications

  • Identify an experienced, certified TRIRIGA expert to be responsible for technical upgrade tasks. This person should have deep knowledge of and experience with TRIRIGA Object Migration and Application configuration…
  • Reach out to other TRIRIGA users for tips and lessons learned. Join user communities, LinkedIn groups, and forums and engage with other TRIRIGA customers to learn of their experiences with application configuration and upgrade…
  • Review the IBM TRIRIGA Release Notes to evaluate the upgrade version and changes in features…

[Admin: This post is related to the 07.17.15 post about performance areas to consider when building TRIRIGA applications.]

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