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Scripting Makes Mistakes Easier Than Ever

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A major outage from Atlassian because of a bad script has Steve thinking about the challenges of recovering from mistakes. When we are making changes to portions of our data and we need to plan for mistakes to occur and ensure we can restore the data.

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2022-04-22

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