Posts Tagged with Database DevOps

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

Matt Hilbert

6 July 2018

Matt Hilbert

6 July 2018

Making the database key to DevOps with comprehensive, customizable monitoring

The speed of business today demands that the development and deployment of applications is fast-moving, with frequent yet error-free releases. That’s why the adoption of DevOps is trickling down from Amazon, Facebook, Google and the other usual suspects to every company that relies on technology to drive its communications or sales with users. The... Read more

Join the leading experts in data governance and SQL Server at Redgate’s SQL Privacy Summit

The GDPR is almost here and, just one week before it’s launch, Redgate is hosting the first SQL Privacy Summit in London. The schedule of presentations, panel discussions and workshops has been created to help SQL Server professionals ensure their business meets the new data privacy and protection regulations. On Friday 18 May, the... Read more

Matt Hilbert

22 January 2018

Matt Hilbert

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

Tony Davis

15 January 2018

Tony Davis

15 January 2018

Create, protect and manage non-production databases with SQL Provision

SQL Provision allows users to create copies of SQL Server databases in seconds, using a fraction of disk space, and mask any sensitive data to help address data privacy and protection concerns. It serves as a gateway between production and non-production environments, to ensure the safe distribution of database copies from one central location, without... Read more

Matt Hilbert

15 January 2018

Matt Hilbert

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

Mary Robbins

21 December 2017

Mary Robbins

21 December 2017

Introducing database automation with the SQL Toolbelt

For many companies, particularly those in the financial sector, a key technology consideration is risk management because if systems go down, it can cost a lot of money very quickly. Take ABSA Bank, a subsidiary of the Barclays Africa Group. Serving customers in South Africa and Namibia, it provides retail, business, corporate, and investment... Read more

Tom Austin

23 October 2017

Tom Austin

23 October 2017

How advanced is database DevOps in financial services?

Whether you’re exploring the advantages of DevOps or already fully immersed in the journey, including the database brings additional advantages. But how are you performing compared to the competition? What could you do better? What’s the benchmark you should be aiming for? To help companies answer these questions, Redgate has created a Database DevOps... Read more