Tag Archives: DevOps

Demo Data for Everyone

As someone learning about DevOps, I follow a number of people, one of whom is Gene Kim. When I see him get excited about a post, I usually read it. That’s how I found this post on Demo Data as … Continue reading

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DevOps and OSS Can Scale

Microsoft has changed quite dramatically in the last decade, in many ways. One of the more surprising ways to me is their embracing of open source software, while still building products that customers want and use. This is quite a … Continue reading

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Ransomware and DevOps

Ransomware. A scary topic and one attack that is apparently more common than I suspected. Before you go further, if you haven’t restored a database backup in the last month, stop and go verify your DR plan works. That’s one … Continue reading

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Building Helpful Commit Messages

Using a VCS (Version Control System) is important in any modern software development environment. I still can’t believe that both application and database developers are using a VCS at less than the 95% level, but surveys constantly show this. I’m … Continue reading

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