Tag Archives: DevOps

The Complexity of Modern Systems

I am a big advocate of version control and testing for your software. The main reason is that modern systems are incredibly complex, and capturing what has been done (and what is happening), along with looking for potential issues, is … Continue reading

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A Version Control Primer for Databases

This is a talk for database people that might not be familiar with version control and how it can be used with database code. Abstract: With modern DevOps software development, there is a need for the database code to be … Continue reading

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Going Cloud Native

I am constantly surprised at the migration of workloads to the cloud. It seems that many of the customers and clients that I speak with are moving some of their assets to the cloud. Some are moving the majority of … Continue reading

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Choosing State Over Migrations

I ran across an article about state v migration based development for Snowflake. While I think that this article is a bit slanted because the author is building a tool, it does present some good reasons why people worry about … Continue reading

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