Implementing Agile Practices to Catch up with the Other Agile Teams in Your Organization
A lot of database developers are surrounded by the agile development mindset (in application development, marketing and DevOps). But when they try to apply it to their own projects, they realize that many of the things people value most about databases simply aren’t amenable to the agile mindset.
I posted last time about database developers feeling left out of agile and stressed that automation can still play an important role. That’s true even though most of the tools application developers use aren’t widely available for database development.
Here are five points in the pipeline where you can shorten the database development cycle and start to catch up with the other agile teams in your organization:
Reaping the rewards of agile means thinking differently about how teams work and how they work with one another.
We’ve released a new e-book, Getting Agile with Database Development, to give you more perspective into using automation to shorten the database development cycle. Read the e-book to see in a new light the manual processes your database development has relied on, and start automating more of them.