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.

1 March 2021

1 March 2021

Why to Use Git Instead of “TFS” (TFVC)

One question we frequently hear from customers using the Microsoft stack is, “should I use Git or TFS?” The question requires a little decoding due to the way that Microsoft has shifted their brands over time. Here’s some background: Microsoft’s “Team Foundation Server” (TFS) was renamed “Azure DevOps Server” in 2019 Many people still... Read more

22 February 2021

22 February 2021

Database DevOps at Ignite

We’re only a week away from the Microsoft Ignite virtual conference. Ignite runs between March 2nd and March 4th. Follow the link to see the stellar individuals who will be presenting great content. There are a lot of opportunities to learn all you can about Microsoft technologies. I’ve got additional good news. Redgate is... Read more

29 December 2020

29 December 2020

Challenges to Database DevOps: Dealing With Drift

Sometimes, people start their DevOps journey by getting their database into source control, but then, they don’t deploy from source control. Instead, they continue their manual deployments to production. Quickly they find that the database code in their production instances and the database code in their source control system don’t match. Alternatively, you may... Read more

21 December 2020

21 December 2020

Where does the tech sector go in 2021?

Like every industry sector, 2020 has been a tough year in tech. The pandemic has changed the way we work, it’s changed the way our customers work, and it’s been a rollercoaster ride. In August 2020, IDC’s Global ICT Spending Forecast 2020 – 2023 predicted 2020 revenue in the sector would fall to $4.8... Read more