Smile CDR v2023.02.PRE
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1.1Smile CDR Maturity Model

 

This section provides an explanation for the maturity model that you will see throughout this document. This model is meant to serve as an advisory for your implementation, documenting which features might require more technical attention in order to use in a production environment successfully.

1.1.1List of Levels

 
Name Description
Experimental Not suitable for production use
Trial Still subject to change. Will likely require professional services support, use with caution in production
Stable Suitable for production use
Deprecated No longer recommended. Support may end at some point in the future

1.1.2Experimental Features

 

Features marked as experimental are not recommended for production use. They are still quite new and require significant development until they will be considered stable.

If a page contains such features, the page will be marked with the following banner:

This feature is experimental and is not suitable for production use. Learn More.

Additionally, each section in the page that describes an experimental feature will be marked with the following tag:

Experimental

1.1.3Trial Features

 

Features marked as trial may be used in production environments; however, they will often require support from our development team in order to function well in a given implementation.

If a page contains such features, the page will be marked with the following banner:

This feature is a trial feature and might require support to use in a production system. Learn More.

Additionally, each section in the page that describes an experimental feature will be marked with the following tag:

Trial

1.1.4Deprecated Features

 

Features marked as deprecated are no longer recommended for production use. Most of them have been superseded by other more recent features and they may not be supported in the future.

If a page contains such features, the page will be marked with the following banner:

This feature is deprecated. Learn More.

Additionally, each section in the page that describes a deprecated feature will be marked with the following tag:

Deprecated