Day 2 Operations - Are you ready?

18 December,2018 by Jack Vamvas

Question: I was in a meeting yesterday and heard a new term - "Day 2 Operations". In the context of the conversation Iit made sense, but I'd never heard it. Is this a formal concept? What are the specifics?

 

Answer: In general terms - Day 2 operations  refers to features of a product or platform which are in an operational state.    Thinking about Day 2 operations as part of a lifecycle - we'd be discussing product usage in the advanced stages of the lifecycle,

Day 0 

-customer requirements 

-Architectural Design 

Day 1 

-Build

-Deployment 

-Best practises configuration 

Day 2 

-Operations

-Maintenance procedures

-Troubleshooting 

-Performance Tuning 

 

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Author: Jack Vamvas (http://www.sqlserver-dba.com)


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