Synchronization of application servers

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hi all my company has about 30 application servers,so when i want to install something i have to do it on 30 servers which is very time consuming.due to this I Need a way to update all application servers using a single installation routine. can someone help please

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What OS? If it’s unix, you might consider rsync

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  • Eduado
    in using windows operating system give me the guide please
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  • Cptrelentless
    Why not script it?
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  • PeterMac
    on a level with your other responses so far. try "application deployment" in google, there are a number of installers designed for exactly your situation. Also a fair number of articles if you want to go your own way.
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  • Amigus
    Microsoft Systems Managment Server (SMS) 2003 SP1: http://www.microsoft.com/smserver/default.mspx
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  • 0ct0pus
    if they're in a domain, use the software installation in the group policy...
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  • KOCHUBABY
    Hi, There is a software from Computer Associates called Unicenter Software, which allows you to group the systems/server into one group and install the applications. This gives you a report on which system/server the application has been deployed and on which it been pending or failed. Based on this you will be able to take necessary actions. Even Microsoft also offers such software and there are more third party softwares for this. you can try them. But I suggest Unicenter. Reg Kochubaby
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