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The quality criteria are the functional and nonfunctional requirements that a product must fulfill to be released in UMD; these include generic requirements applicable to every product, and specific requirements applicable to the capabilities supported by a component. The Staged Rollout is a procedure by which certified updates of the supported middleware are first tested by Early Adopter (EA) sites before being made available to all sites through the production repositories. This procedure permits to test an update in a production environment that exposes the product to more heterogeneous use cases than the certification and verification phase. This allows the discovery of potential issues and the addition of corresponding mitigation information to the UMD release notes.