Posts Categorized in DevOps

This is the most exciting time there’s ever been to be in the software space in general and the database world specifically. DevOps has moved into the enterprise and the database needs to keep up too. At Redgate, we’re making it possible with a suite of database development tools that plug into and integrate with the software used in application development. The result? DevOps for the database has become a reality.

15 November 2018

15 November 2018

The 4 capabilities you need to introduce true database DevOps

The latest Accelerate State of DevOps Report from DORA concludes that successful software delivery unlocks competitive advantages, including “increased profitability, productivity, market share, customer satisfaction and the ability to achieve organizational and mission goals”. The result of over five years of research with over 30,000 data points, it shows a direct correlation between DevOps... Read more

29 August 2018

29 August 2018

It’s official: database development is now part of DevOps

You’ll probably have heard of the Accelerate State of DevOps Report from DORA. Now in its fifth year and backed by rigorous research involving 30,000+ professionals worldwide, it has consistently shown that higher software delivery performance delivers powerful business outcomes. There’s a welcome insight in the 2018 report, however, because for the first time... Read more

19 July 2018

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19 July 2018

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The march of DevOps from the backroom to the boardroom

By encouraging collaboration and teamwork, removing the barriers between development and operations, and introducing automation, DevOps speeds up software delivery and enables features to move from the fingers of developers into the hands of customers faster. It’s an important topic to stay current with because software development is no longer confined to the usual... Read more

12 July 2018

12 July 2018

Why code quality is vital in the world of database DevOps

Everyone understands the importance of code quality for applications, particularly when DevOps results in releases becoming faster and faster, reducing the room for error. The same issues increasingly apply to databases, which are a vital part of DevOps workflows. Fail to integrate the database into DevOps and you’ll face bottlenecks that slow down your... Read more