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Matt Hilbert

Matt Hilbert is a technology writer at Red Gate with 20 years’ experience working for lots of the world’s biggest tech companies – and many of the smallest. He has a particular fascination for emerging technologies and is on a continuing mission to decompile, untangle, and explain techspeak to a wider audience, and excite people about the endless possibilities technology offers. You can find more of his articles at his blog, www.TheMidnightTypewriter.com

22 January 2018

22 January 2018

Bringing DevOps to the database. Part 2: Continuous delivery

In part 1 of Bringing DevOps to the database, we saw how DevOps thinking is moving from the application to the database. By encouraging collaboration not competition between developers and Database Administrators (DBAs), choosing the right tools, and introducing version control for databases, organizations can open the doors to database DevOps. That’s not the... Read more

15 January 2018

15 January 2018

Bringing DevOps to the database. Part 1: Version control

For some years now, DevOps practices have been exciting application developers with their promise of short iterations, fast releases, and features that get into the hands of users sooner. Those same practices are now entering the database space, but how can database development adapt, and where should it start? DevOps has been claiming converts... Read more