Tag Archives: DevOps

A Problem with Cowboy Coding

As we implement more automation and complexity in our systems, we increase the ability of every worker to accomplish more during their day. In many cases, this is a good thing, as many of us have no shortage of tasks … Continue reading

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Quick Security Mistakes

How many of you have gotten an urgent request from someone in your organization? Maybe it’s a new database, perhaps a quick, “simple” change to an application, possibly even a new server or share that someone can use to complete … Continue reading

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Product Platform Teams

Is infrastructure a product? Should an Ops team start to feel like they are a team involved in building things rather than maintaining them? It’s an interesting idea that is put forth in this blog from Forrester. The piece postulates … Continue reading

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Take the 2020 State of Database DevOps survey

It’s still 2019, but we’re looking forward to 2020 and wonder how your world has changed since our survey last year. There are a number of questions and this will probably take 20 minutes to complete, but you have a … Continue reading

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