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Jan 16

What is the TURNOVER TSERVER subsystem?

IBM i , iSeries , Software Change Management , Turnover

TURNOVER Software Change Management for iSeries (which is incorrectly named… possibly…. because the Softlanding branding team are… allegedly… complete numpties who do not realise the old IBM iSeries machines were discontinued a decade ago and all of their customers are actually installing TURNOVER on their IBM i operating systems running on IBM POWER SYSTEM hardware […]

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Nov 13

Softlanding Turnover – Change Management Roles and Responsibilities

IBM i , Programming , Software Change Management , Turnover

If you are designing the best setup for your Software Change Management system (specifically TURNOVER V100 for iSeries) these notes might help. We have four main user groups: Software Solution Analysts Change Administrators Development Team QA/UAT Team System Authorities We need to clean the IBM I authorities so they correctly let these group members *USE […]

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Sep 01

Softlanding iSeries Turnover Consultant – will change-manage for food

iSeries , AS400 , IBM i , Programming , Software Change Management , Turnover

“will change-manage for food” – is that a verb? In this crazy world of IT acronyms and Dilbert cubicle terminology the art of Software Change Management and Program Deployment is one of the few terms that means exactly what it says. Unlike the most annoying leverage¬†but I digress!¬†Anyway, I’m in the last few weeks of […]

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Mar 28

Turnover V100 Documentation for IBM i, iSeries and older AS400 machines

IBM i , Programming , Software Change Management , Turnover

Turnover manages both new development and modifications very smoothly. Once you have your brain around the core concepts of how software change management works, and also have a grasp of checking out code, promoting changes to higher levels and distributing to remote system then Turnover is intuitive and straight forward. However, if you are still […]

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