Proceeds from this full-day session will be donated by Redgate to BLACK GIRLS CODE.
I love DevOps. I love DevOps the most because of its focus on automation. The key to understanding DevOps is to grasp that it is your communication and environment that is important, not tooling alone, though tooling plays a factor.
One of the reasons I love DevOps so much is because I’ve done it successfully. I’ve worked on teams that built fully automated deployment mechanisms to get code from Dev to Production. Further, we automated the creation of dev & test servers. We automated the creation of production servers too. We automated the heck out of everything.
Automation frees you from drudgery. Instead of having to do dull work, you automate it. Now, your time frees up to do other things and those other things will absolutely fill your time. You’ll be tuning, designing, troubleshooting, all new and better databases. Automation removes thoughtless, repetitive tasks. It replaces them with tasks that require thought, that aren’t repetitive, that are more challenging and more interesting.
So, please, join me and the team from Redgate Software as we show you how to implement DevOps as a DBA using the fantastic suite of tools available from Redgate.
We will start with understanding how source control works and end with automated deployments across environments. Along the way we’ll talk about how to easily share styles and snippets to create consistency, and get your team working in the same way.
You’ll learn about processes and tools that not only make it easier and faster to move database changes, but add protection to your production information.
We will discuss tools, process and the fundamental changes in culture necessary to take your database development and deployment into a high functioning DevOps team.
So, wanna join our team and learn how to get your databases into a DevOps process?