Tag Archives: DevOps

Improving DevOps Automation

We use a lot of automation at Redgate. As a company that builds software, we want to ensure that all the changes from our teams get integrated and tested in a timely manner. We have multiple teams on some products, … Continue reading

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Enterprise Software

“I’ll go in the store; it’s built for that.” That is a quote from Jessica Kerr, who is a developer. She has a great blog on software development, called The Enterprise Eats Software. It starts with a poor experience for … Continue reading

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Titles and DevOps Confusion

Alex Yates has become quite the DevOps consultant in the last few years. I used to work with Alex at Redgate before he left to start his own consulting firm. I hear nothing but good things about his work, and … Continue reading

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The Tech Blame Game

Last year Solarwinds was hacked and blamed an intern for a security lapse. When Equifax was hacked, in testimony to the US Congress, the former CEO blamed a specific, though unnamed, person for not patching a system. British Airways blamed … Continue reading

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