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One of the most time consuming tasks for the Fortune 50 DBAs we work with is SQL review. Some DBAs are allocating 70% of their time manually reviewing SQL scripts. They are checking for the same things in SQL that tools like FindBugs are looking for in Java code: code patterns that i...
Database change management is a unique challenge when adopting an agile development practice or implementing DevOps patterns. It really straddles two groups: the developers and the DBAs. Developers design and author the application schema changes based on the needs of the business. ...
Few companies are able to implement Agile Development across the organization because there exists a chasm between the Application Development team and the Database Administrators. All too often, database development is an afterthought in Agile Development. Developers perfect how be...
On August 14th at 1:00 PM EST, Eric Minick (IBM DevOps Evangelist) and I will be hosting a webinar on automating deployments beyond just copying files around your datacenter. We’ll be discussing the intricacies of Mainframe, WebSphere Configuration, and Database Application Schema Mig...
The vast majority of schema management today is handled through the generation, review, and execution of SQL scripts. These scripts can be tiny or huge; they can encapsulate the creation and relationships of several objects or they can describe a one-time alteration to a single object...