Tag Archives: DevOps

Webinar next week on Database DevOps

Next week is my webinar on why the database is the heart of DevOps. You can still register today to discuss and debate why we need to ensure that database development is integrated into any DevOps work we do for … Continue reading

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The Heart of DevOps Webinar

One of the things that I think about DevOps is that it’s really hard to focus on the hard things that create friction in your process. Most of us want to move faster, and tackle the easy things to automate, … Continue reading

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Ensuring Designs have Flexibility

One of the biggest complaints from developers about RDBMSs is that they are inflexible and hard to change. This has led to many developers in the past using existing fields for a variety of purposes, sometimes putting data from multiple … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Phoenix Project–Leave Slack

Not @Slack, but slack time, time when you aren’t buried on a particular project. In the book, The Phoenix Project, the Brent character is the jack of all trades, the one that everyone goes to to fix and solve problems. … Continue reading

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