Tag Archives: disaster recovery

How Do You Decide to Rollback?

One of the constant questions I get from Redgate customers is about rolling back database changes. We build software to help you deploy changes, but what about rollbacks? I think I’ve heard this in almost every conversation I’ve had on … 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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Nothing on My Laptop

I heard this quote at the recent Redgate Summit: “If I drop my laptop in water, I can get everything back.” The context of the quote is that all your work, your IP, your code, etc. is saved in some … Continue reading

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DR as a Service

It’s not the first task when I start a new job, but often as a DBA or developer, I usually ask about Disaster Recovery (DR) plans sometime within the first six months. If I’m a DBA, of course I need … Continue reading

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