If you’re wondering where to start with automating your database process, you’re not alone. Most teams are delivering database changes manually or with some limited
Every release manager's dream is to easily achieve continuous delivery with zero downtime. Blue-green deployments are a popular technique teams use to make it a reality.
In the bad old days, we had to configure Java Application Servers, manage dependencies, and deal with operating systems. We don’t have to do that anymore with containers! Using
Database automation is not the first line of defense for your databases. The first line of defense should be network security. The second, third, and fourth lines of defense
“Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game” should be required reading for all technology leaders. The book is about Billy Beane, GM for the Oakland A’s, and his
This is the twelfth post and final post in a series we’re calling CI/CD:DB. Read from the beginning.
This blog series has described various aspects of defining a CI/CD
By now, software automation is considered mainstream in the digital era we find ourselves in, but we may only be at the beginning of the revolution. According to Markets and
This is the eleventh post in a series we’re calling CI/CD:DB. Read from the beginning.
CI/CD is an engineering practice geared for change management. With any such
This is the tenth post in a series we’re calling CI/CD:DB. Read from the beginning.
Collaboration is central to DevOps practices such as CI/CD. Collaboration is so
This is the ninth post in a series we’re calling CI/CD:DB. Read from the beginning.
The notion that database changes can be handled with safety and minimal intervention
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