Tag Archives: DevOps

What’s the Lunch Factor?

A few weeks ago I wrote about the bus factor. This is the number of people that could cripple your organization if they got hit by a bus. Maybe a better way of looking at this is the lottery factor. … Continue reading

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Pulling Together

When the COVID-19 Pandemic grew rapidly in early 2020, medical supplies were in short supply. Different areas and organizations struggled with different types of issues, and one of the higher profile issues was with ventilators. In March, the projections were … Continue reading

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DevOps and Exhibits

Last month I did a webinar with the ATARC group on DevOps and databases. I was on a panel with a few government employees talking about the COVID-19 pandemic and how this may have changed work inside the US government. … Continue reading

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Automation is a Key Skill for the Modern DBA

This month we had T-SQL Tuesday #130, hosted by Elizabeth Noble. Elizabeth and I had some good talks about database development and DevOps last year, and I managed to convince her to host one of the blog parties. I had … Continue reading

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