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What is Software Deployment?

1. What is Software Deployment?

Software distribution includes all the steps, processes, and actions necessary to make software systems or updates available to users who want them. Most IT organizations and software developers today combine manual and automated processes to implement software updates, patches and new applications. The most common activities of software distribution are software release, installation, testing, deployment, and performance monitoring.

2. Changing deployment practices

To meet changing consumer demand with an increasingly tightly connected world over the past two decades, software development teams from various companies have introduced new paradigms and practices for program delivery. In particular, we have created workflows that enable faster and more frequent deployment of software updates to production environments that are accessible from the user's perspective.

3. Cloud-based deployment

While many development teams still host applications using their on-premise IT infrastructure, cloud service providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure now offer cloud-based products that enable developers to deploy in real-world environments. Software distribution in this way eliminates the additional financial and administrative burden of managing your own storage and virtualization servers.

4. Deploy AI using SKYHUB AI

SKYHUB AI provides integrated MLOps for the distribution, operation, and management of artificial intelligence.

Artificial intelligence developed separately from outside can also be distributed or managed using SKYHUB AI. You can configure the appropriate server for the AI operating environment to use functions such as re-learning, external AI interworking, and distribution through APIs, and check dashboards that monitor real-time servers to respond to issues arising in this process.

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