How DevOps will transform the US government Get the whitepaper
As data protection legislation tightens and the risk of data breaches grows, so does scrutiny of how sensitive data is stored and used within organizations.
Support business requirements for frequent deployments, without compromising on the safety of your data or the stability of your production environments.
Implement a consistent, scalable, and repeatable process to keep application and database development in sync.
Adopt best practices like database continuous integration and release management to find and resolve errors earlier for fast, low-risk releases.
With a growing number of data regulations being enforced, federal government agencies are forced to increase headcount or invest in third party tooling.
With proactive monitoring, your team can more efficiently monitor a growing number of SQL Servers across on-prem, VMs and Azure, meaning you can maintain with data protection without scaling the workforce.
Hank Prokop introduces the main blockers to introducing a DevOps culture to government projects and outlines the clear benefits for data security and privacy.Read the blogpost
In the second part of this series, Hank Prokop looks past the hurdles and looks at what needs to be done to establish a DevOps culture, strengthen the cybersecurity framework and introduce a data privacy framework to government.Read the blogpost
The Government sector has particular challenges that hold federal agencies back from fully implementing devops practicesRead the whitepaper
In this live webinar, Kendra Little and Chris Unwin will demystify the new requirements for PII in NIST SP 800-53 Revision 5. They will share a plan you can adopt to quickly comply with these standards without stalling the work of developers, testers, or researchers.Watch the webinar
Security and risk management leaders should use data masking to desensitize or protect sensitive data to address threats and compliance requirements. Gartner has published its 2019 Market Guide for Data Masking, which can be used to understand the key capabilities offered by vendors in this market, including Redgate.Read the whitepaper
Any IT professional with a responsibility for the custodianship of data will be aware of the regulations that, increasingly, define our various responsibilities for protecting that data. William Brewer gives a rundown of what he sees as the implication for IT practice.Read the blogpost
Contact Hank Prokop to find out how Redgate's Compliant Database DevOps Solution can help your team deliver value quicker while keeping your data safe.
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