Achieving DevOps For The Database: Speed Without Disruption

As CI/CD and Agile become more widespread through not only development teams but also DevOps and AppDev teams, we host a tag-team discussion with Chris Lucca and Brady Byrd, who discuss:
  • With the promise of continuous delivery, why database changes
    need to a be part of the automated delivery process
  • What happens to DBAs when App Dev adopts DevOps?
  • What is a practical blueprint for continuous delivery
    with database changes?
  • Why breaking the database is important, letting you
    fail fast but not pay a price for failing.

Featured Experts:

Chris Lucca
DBmaestro DevOps Hero Chris Lucca started life as a release engineer and configuration manager working with multiple large financial institutions. After a period of time, he realized his interest was in sharing his DevOps expertise, and saw ways to build new solutions clients would need. Chris has build a career around implementing configuration, release management and DevOps for customers. As a founder in several DevOps / Software tool companies, Chris brings his knowledge to solving the "DevOps for the Database" problem to DBmaestro.
Brady Byrd
DevOps Evangelist Brady Byrd started life out as a geochemistry research scientist at the beginning of computer control of analytical instruments. With a knack for procedural languages, he was rapidly sucked into the software side of things and science faded into the background. In 2009, as a founder in a release automation, he jumped into the nascent DevOps movement. He is currently pouring his energy into addressing the challenge of database DevOps automation with DBmaestro.

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