The develop and launch phase of the service lifecycle is when each of the deliverables identified in the service design document are executed. For larger service developments, this is frequently done in partnership with the PMO. For smaller projects, the service design document will serve as a blueprint for developing the service. The goal of this phase is to ensure that your service is production-ready, with all deliverables defined in the service design completed and validated as “ready” by each of the process owners.
The process of developing a service is not a linear one. Many steps in the process overlap and can be completed simultaneously.
The University IT demand process
A demand is a project proposal for any effort that is anticipated to require more than 400 hours of collective work from University IT staff.
Service Management Toolkit
For members of the UIT community. This Service Management Toolkit helps you navigate the key design and development tasks needed for service success.
Key building blocks of a service
Each of these components represents key foundational areas in developing a service.
This Service Production Readiness Checklist will assist you in tracking your progress.
How do I get help with my service development?
You can receive assistance with your service development by submitting a Help request with the Service Management Consulting team.