The first State of Database DevOps Survey in 2017 contained some surprising facts. 75% of respondents had developers in their team who worked across both applications and databases, for example, showing that the need to adopt DevOps across the whole workflow is a real one.
It also revealed that 51% of respondents expected to move to a fully automated process for deploying database changes within 12 months, so DevOps for the database is gathering pace in many companies and organizations.
In the latest survey, over 700 IT professionals across a range of sectors, in organizations of every size around the globe were asked about their plans to adopt DevOps, how they thought the database fitted into the picture, and what they thought the biggest challenges were.
Download the latest survey and you’ll discover a wealth of facts including:
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"Our key consideration for all activities is risk management. If our systems go down it costs ABSA a lot of money very quickly"