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Presentation: DevOps for the Database

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Jan 2, 2019 9:36 PM 2+ week ago

Baron Schwartz explores real-life stories that answer two questions: “Why is it hard to apply DevOps principles and practices to databases, and how can we get better at it?” He covers topics including: what the research shows about DevOps, databases, and company performance; current & emerging trends in building and managing data tiers; the traditional dedicated DBA role, and more.Read more.

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