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System Restoral Management Release

1. The bundled set of System Restoral Management related Deliverables that acts as the Project Management unit of delivery for a System Restoral Management Organization and as measure for its Solutions, including but not limited to Products, Services, Systems, Assets, Applications, Software, Devices and Capabilities, all while adhering to a defined Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC).

2. An aggregated, controlled, repeatable, uniquely identifiable and versioned set of System Restoral Management related Changes that are intended to be applied or have been applied to an existing construct or set of constructs, such as but not limited to Environments, Organizations, Systems, Processes, Procedures and/or Artifacts, and which are intended to follow a defined Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) for the purpose of delivery to intended System Restoral Management specific Stakeholders.

3. The term Software Developers and Product Developers use to represent a packaged and versioned System Restoral Management deliverable, represented as a controlled set of Changes that are intended to be deployed to a final consumer or environment for the purpose of utilization by some downstream Resource, Organization or System.

4. A term used by some Infrastructure and Support Organizations or Resources to describe what is more regularly referred to as a deployment (i.e. a set of Infrastructure Changes) of a System Restoral Management related Product or Software Release.
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1) The Semantic Root Noun for this term is: System Restoral
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