Software Change Management Systems

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I'm looking for a easy to use change management system. I need to move programs, files, etc from a development as400 to a production as400. Any idea's?

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  • Senator46058
    We use SoftLandings Turnover product. Aldon also has a software change management system.
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  • Obierun
    We currently use Turnover by Softlanding. You can find more info at Softlanding.com. They are about as easy to use as any other change management software. It will handle pretty much any object type on the iSeries and IFS objects. They can setup multiple levels of testing environments and explode changes to other machines just like you are wanting to do.
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  • CarterC19
    We use Turnover from the SoftLanding folks. We are able to promote code from a development partition on one system to a testing partition on another system, then to a production partition on the same system, without problem. There are also rollback features. A fairly well-documenting system as well, and reasonably straightforward to use; our folks have had the standard SoftLanding training and use it without much issue or difficulty.
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  • Hmonat
    We use Aldon LifeCycle Manager LM(i) for the ISeries and LM(e) for Windows based platform. Very secure, possibility to promote to one or more partitions at the same time and/or just in production. www.aldon.com
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  • Raddy59
    At the end of the day, they all do the same thing. I have used Aldon and Turnover and in-house versions. Take a look at both, see which one has the best 'feel' in your opinion. Not sure how much they cost. If one was cheaper than the other, and it felt/looked okay, I'd go for that. PS I can't believe ther are no 'freeware' packages for this function. Perhaps there are?
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