Posts Tagged with devops

Chris Yates

25 January 2022

Chris Yates

25 January 2022

Why DevOps needs a change from a ‘me’ to a ‘we’ mindset

What is DevOps and how should organizations introduce it? In this series of articles, we talk to DevOps thought leaders who are leading the way in implementing advanced software development practices like DevOps for database as well as application development. What are the challenges they’ve faced, how have they overcome them, and what lessons... Read more

Grant Fritchey

29 December 2020

Grant Fritchey

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

Grant Fritchey

23 November 2020

Grant Fritchey

23 November 2020

Challenges to Implementing Database DevOps: Where To Start With a Separate Team?

There were so many questions asked at a recent presentation that I just didn’t have time to answer them all. However, many of them were really interesting, so I promised to address them over time as blog posts. The next question is: I manage an ETL team that supports highly customized code for all... Read more

Grant Fritchey

18 November 2020

Grant Fritchey

18 November 2020

Challenges to Implementing Database DevOps: Dealing With Hotfixes

I recently took part in a panel discussion at the PASS Virtual Summit 2020 entitled: Challenges to Implementing Database DevOps. The interaction with the attendees was stupendous. We received all sorts of questions. Most of them were answered during the event, but a few were not. I’m going to create a series of blog... Read more