The provisioning process is a critical part of database development. Redgate’s Rebecca Edwards looks at a tool that can remove the pain points of backup and restore and replace them with a more efficient solution can hugely benefit your organization and the quality of life of you and your team.
Redgate is joining forces with DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA), now part of Google Cloud, as a sponsor of the 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps Report, and we’re excited to see what the research uncovers.
This year, the survey’s focus areas include deployment toolchains, cloud, disaster recovery, the technical environment, how we work, and more. Take the survey to help us understand how to make the (software) world better.
Learn how to create default database compression for your SQL Server databases.
Working in a dedicated database model is the ideal. So, what does it take to move from shared development to a dedicated model? Infrastructure costs, merging multiple changes and maintaining an increased estate might be on your list of things to consider before committing to the switch. In this article we show how Redgate tools can ease the transition and new working approach.
This week, Brent is demoing SQL Server 2019 features that he’s really excited about, and they all center around a theme we all know and love: parameter sniffing.
Template-based provisioning simplifies deployment and promotes principles of DevOps and Infrastructure as Code, making it the recommended method for implementing cloud-based services. However, its benefits extend beyond initial implementation, since you can apply it to configuring and maintaining existing Azure SQL Database instances. In this article, you explore an example of this approach.