21 June 2017

21 June 2017

Where’s the Ops in DevOps? Part 2

In this three-part series, guest bloggers from DevOpsGuys look at the real role of Ops in DevOps. Where it changes, how it changes, and why Ops has an important part to play in the brave new world of DevOps. What does the future of IT Operations look like in a DevOps world? What does... Read more

19 June 2017

19 June 2017

Provisioning just got BIGGER with SQL Clone v2

Today, we launched SQL Clone v2, which removes the previous 2TB size limit and now supports cloning databases up to 64TB. In this article, I’ll explain why I think this is big news for many organizations, and describe briefly the changes to SQL Clone v2 that made it possible. In larger organizations, such as... Read more

14 June 2017

14 June 2017

Where’s the Ops in DevOps? Part 1

In this three-part series, guest bloggers from DevOpsGuys look at the real role of Ops in DevOps. Where it changes, how it changes, and why Ops has an important part to play in the brave new world of DevOps. DevOps does not equal ‘Developers managing Production’ I’ve had quite a few conversations, mainly with... Read more

12 June 2017

12 June 2017

Data classification: understanding and protecting your data

A data discovery and classification research project from Foundry In Foundry, we’re responsible for developing new products and technology to support the changing needs of our customers. We’ve seen a huge shift in our customers’ needs: driven by new and constantly evolving regulations, there’s an ever-growing demand on their time for data governance tasks.... Read more

7 June 2017

7 June 2017

Six reasons to version control your database

For most application developers, it’s unthinkable to work without version control. The benefits of tracking and retaining an incremental history of code changes are long understood in the world of software development. No surprise then that the overwhelming majority of respondents in our State of Database DevOps survey confirmed they’re already using this practice... Read more

2 June 2017

2 June 2017

Simplifying the user access audit with SQL Census

SQL Census is the latest piece of technology to be developed within Redgate Foundry. Still early in its development, it’s a product that’s designed to help you explain to an auditor which of your colleagues are able to access business-critical SQL Server databases. As well as reporting on who can access these databases, it... Read more