Databases are the hidden bottleneck to DevOps, says Redgate

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Tom Austin, Redgate
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Tom Austin, Redgate

It's not as hard as you think to bring databases into the DevOps process, argues Tom Austin

Databases are often excluded in the drive to adopt DevOps. In the excitement of developing applications more quickly by standardising and automating the production pipeline, the harder-to-change databases...

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