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DevOps Flow Series, part 1 of 4
Title:
DevOps 101 for Data Folks
Abstract:
DevOps has fundamentally changed the way we manage IT. Those practicing DevOps well aren't just outpacing their competitors, they are annihilating them.
DevOps brings a whole host of new practices, tools and buzzwords. It has made some roles and tasks redundant, while new opportunities have been created.
Whether we have days or decades of career experience behind us, we all need to learn to thrive in this new reality.
In this session we'll cut through the hype and look at the key concepts and findings from the Puppet State of DevOps Reports, The DevOps Handbook and Microsoft's work in this space.
We will finish with an overview of a SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) project in a public GitHub repo with automated GitHub Actions automatically build and release updates.
Short description:
An introduction to the principles that underpin DevOps and the practices that are derived from those principles.
This session is mostly anout principles, although it finishes with a brief demonstration of a database deployment pipeline.
More from the DevOps Flow series:
1. DevOps 101 for Data Folks:
https://gist.github.com/Alex-Yates/efef91357c6bd0dc1fbe63f2eb464f68
2. Simple database deployments with GitHub, Azure DevOps Services and SSDT:
https://gist.github.com/Alex-Yates/43c7f4d51a651cd8b3dcdcb48843691f
3. Solving the dev database problem with GitHub, Docker and PsDatabaseClone:
https://gist.github.com/Alex-Yates/8125be587e58863ad35e0845ab6ffd5a
4. Zero downtime database deployments
https://gist.github.com/Alex-Yates/ac4c791bbd98eb3269f35db59cc30f88
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