Posts Tagged with Compliant database DevOps

Jeremiah Peschka

10 March 2020

Jeremiah Peschka

10 March 2020

Key actions to take with your monitoring system in preparation for COVID-19

You may think of monitoring as helping you optimize your server performance and ensure availability, particularly in times of technical crisis. But did you know, monitoring helps your teams work together in times of human-based crisis as well. Organizations everywhere are taking action to ensure business continuity and to minimize customer impact, whether employees... Read more

Kendra Little

10 March 2020

Kendra Little

10 March 2020

How Database DevOps can support remote working in the age of Coronavirus

As cases of COVID-19 spread worldwide and concerns mount, organizations everywhere are responding with efforts to maintain the flow of business while keeping employees and their families safe. Development and IT teams everywhere are either validating that their team may effectively work from home or have already moved to a full-time working-from-home policy. Teams... Read more

Stephanie Herr

15 January 2019

Stephanie Herr

15 January 2019

The ten habits for highly successful compliant database DevOps

Database DevOps has come of age. Now seen as a key technical practice which can contribute to the successful implementation of DevOps, it stops the database being a bottleneck and makes releases faster and easier. Conversely, perhaps, the automation and audit trails it introduces can help to protect personal data within databases and make... Read more

Matt Hilbert

8 November 2018

Matt Hilbert

8 November 2018

Don’t just think database DevOps. Think compliant database DevOps.

The 2018 Accelerate State of DevOps Report from DORA specifically calls out database development as a key technical practice which can drive high performance in DevOps. It’s an interesting shift in our understanding of what should be included in DevOps workflows because it moves the database from being a bottleneck in the process to... Read more

Tugberk Ugurlu

10 September 2018

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Tugberk Ugurlu

10 September 2018

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Highlighting Personally Identifiable Information (PII) across SQL Server instances and databases

With the recent regulatory pressures such as GDPR, being able to know what type of data we are holding onto within our business became a bigger challenge. At Redgate, we have been exploring ways to make this easier for our heavy SQL Server users and eliminate the problems around this area by making it... Read more

Annabel Bradford

21 August 2018

Annabel Bradford

21 August 2018

Learn from DevOps experts at Redgate’s SQL in the City Summits this October

DevOps isn’t just a buzz word, it’s a way of life for many in the IT world. For those who have already implemented the culture shift and introduced new practices into their database development processes, they’re reaping the benefits, and seeing their teams deliver value faster, allowing them to stay ahead of the competition.... Read more