Learn the key requirements for integrating SQL Server into your DevOps CI/CD environment. In this video, we show you how Quest helps you integrate performance monitoring and performance testing into your DevOps process for an end-to-end solution.
In this video, Sr. Solutions Product Marketing Manager, John Pocknell, talks to Computer Business Review (CBR) about database management in the context of DevOps. John outlines the risks associated with a traditional waterfall approach and explains how you can overcome those obstacles by implementing automated, rules-based code testing. You’ll learn about automation that supports continuous integration by saving time and reducing risk. With solutions like Toad® for Oracle, Toad DevOps Toolkit, ApexSQL® and Foglight®, you can easily modernize database management to support your DevOps initiatives.
Session 1 of Business Reporter’s masterclass series on DevOps by Quest covered the prevailing market conditions driving businesses to become more agile. In Session 2, you’ll learn how to modernize database change management to achieve agile success and respond faster to market demands. Learn how to: • Reduce costs and risks by integrating database change management into your DevOps CI/CD processes • Build in automation to speed and improve development • Start with a small, low-risk project to test systems, processes and team interaction • Move away from a traditional waterfall approach and adopt a competitive methodology that accelerates release cycles
Session 2 of Business Reporter’s masterclass series on DevOps by Quest talked about how to modernize database change management to achieve agile success and respond faster to market demands. In Session 3, you’ll learn how to mitigate performance impacts introduced by faster release cycles. Learn how to: • Monitor your CI/CD pipeline to catch performance issues before they can impact your business • Quickly triage database performance bottlenecks • Avoid the frustration and costs of application slowdowns
Session 3 of Business Reporter’s masterclass series on DevOps by Quest discussed how to mitigate the potential performance impacts introduced by faster release cycles. Session 4 reveals how to safely move Oracle production data to other databases – without any downtime or data loss. Learn how risk-free data replication: • Eliminates the risks of business interruption and data corruption while moving data • Saves companies millions by enabling them to migrate to other Oracle database platforms without downtime
Session 4 of Business Reporter’s masterclass series on DevOps by Quest revealed how to safely move Oracle production data to other databases – without any downtime or data loss. Session 5 provides a recap and summarizes how to: • Accelerate release cycles by integrating database changes into your CI/CD pipeline • Implement database CI/CD monitoring for peak database and application performance • Use real-time data replication to prevent business interruption and data loss You’ll see how one approach saves companies millions by preventing slow application performance, costly database outages, time-consuming rework and more.
How do successful companies grow market share and outpace competitive threats? By embracing DevOps to respond faster to market dynamics. In Session 1 of this Business Reporter masterclass on DevOps by Quest, you’ll see how to: • Meet rapidly changing market demands • Accelerate application release cycles • Reduce costs and risks by enabling IT to deploy reliable database changes faster • Become a visionary who leverages continuous database operations to increase revenue
Under pressure to release application changes faster? This can be challenging when application changes depend on database changes. But what if you could prevent bottlenecks in this process? By integrating Database into DevOps, you’ll accelerate release cycles. See how to release reliable changes faster.
DevOps is critical to your organization’s success. But bringing your database operations into your DevOps infrastructure can be challenging. What if you could use automation to streamline DevOps processes from end to end? This would prevent bottlenecks, reduce risk and boost business agility. See how you can use automation to integrate database operations into your DevOps pipeline.