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 going to be there as well. To start with, I’ll be hosting a session that reports on the results from our 2021 State of Database DevOps report. I can’t share a lot of that here because we just published the report. However, I can tell you that there are some really interesting changes in the data over the last five years we’ve run the survey. For example, the top blockers to DevOps implementation have shifted quite a lot. We’re also seeing really interesting shifts in the general adoption of DevOps, who is doing it and how they’re getting it done. I’m very excited to share the information, but you’ll need to attend, or follow this link, to get all the details.

I’ve also recorded some interviews with some interesting people that you’ll be able to access from our virtual booth at Ignite. I had a great conversation with the ever-amazing Kellyn Pot’Vin-Gorman. I also had a chat with Jakub Lamik, Redgate’s very own CPO, about the roadmap we have in front of us.

There’s even more. We recorded some special learning videos just for Ignite. We have introduction to Flyway for you, so you can start to deal with automating all your various database deployments. We also have an excellent run down on how to use Git along with Clone to deal with database branching from your source control system. Finally, we also show how you can use our tools to perform static code analysis of your database code and catch any drift or changes to your structures.

In short, there’s a lot going on with Redgate, Microsoft and the Ignite conference. Please, follow the link above and don’t miss out.

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