How many times has your team had to rollback a database change? If your answer is greater than zero, there’s a problem.

Database rollback functionality is important. It’s like having a fire extinguisher in your kitchen. You’re a responsible person for having it in case of emergencies. However, if you have fires in your kitchen over and over again, it’s a problem and you probably should look into PREVENTION as well as having an emergency plan. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, after all.

What to expect

Download this white paper to learn the two main reasons teams roll back changes and the three most common approaches for dealing with these database issues.