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Redgate has specialized in database software for 18 years and is the leading provider of software for data professionals. Our products are used by over 800,000 IT professionals, in more than 100,000 companies worldwide, including 91 of the Fortune 100. Redgate’s Compliant Database DevOps solution helps organizations extend DevOps practices to databases, optimizing productivity, agility, and performance across the full database lifecycle.
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DevOps, the database and the role of the DBA Wed 3rd Oct 11:00 - 11:30
DevOps, the database and the role of the DBA
By extending DevOps practices to SQL Server databases, high performing organizations are removing the bottleneck traditionally caused by the database and benefiting from faster delivery, reduced downtime and improved compliance.
But with companies, like Skyscanner, now releasing database changes 95 times a day, rather than once every six weeks, the demands on database administrators are greater than they have ever been before.
In this session, we will discuss why the DBA is fundamental to DevOps success and the steps you can take to ensure database deployments can be made as frequently as the business demands, whilst also keeping your data safe.
Time / Place
Wed 3rd Oct 11:00 to 11:30
DevOps Culture and Transformation Theatre
4 DevOps Principles for your cross-platform database team Thu 4th Oct 11:00 - 11:30
4 DevOps Principles for your cross-platform database team
You’re aware of the benefits of DevOps – more frequent, reliable, and secure releases to name a few. But for many, the database is often a bottleneck. When combined with teams working across multiple platforms, the ability to extend DevOps practices to the database can seem daunting.
In this session, we discuss the Database DevOps techniques you can apply when working on both Oracle and SQL Server databases, ensuring your team delivers changes safely and quickly alongside your application code.
We will demonstrate how you can create a cross-platform, Database DevOps enabled team by:
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Thu 4th Oct 11:00 to 11:30
Full Stack Developer Theatre
The ROI of Database DevOps
DevOps is moving into the mainstream. As the 2017 State of DevOps Report from Puppet and DORA shows, there are big advantages for companies and organizations which adopt DevOps.
roi-of-database-devops.pdf 324.34 kB
The state of SQL Server monitoring
This report looks at the results from a recent survey, investigating what are the three biggest challenges facing teams who are responsible for monitoring and maintaining the performance of SQL Server?
state-of-sql-server-monitoring_2018.pdf 1.14 MB
ABSA Bank: Introducing database automation
ABSA Bank offers a range of retail, business, corporate, and investment banking, as well as wealth management products and services, primarily in South Africa and Namibia. The bank has two key technology objectives: 1. Establish DevOps working practices 2. Introduce automation where possible
absa-sql-toolbelt-case-study.pdf 58.05 kB
Introducing true team development at Hays Travel
The Group Business Analytics & Reporting Manager at Hays Travel, has a challenging role. With an annual turnover of £800 million (~US$1.07 billion), Hays Travel is the UK’s largest independent travel agent and books thousands of holidays through hundreds of tour operators every week.
sql-toolbelt-essentials-hays-travel-case-study.pdf 114.76 kB