Redgate Database Devops Demo webinar - Visual Studio Team Services - 21st February 17

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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>1</p> <p>Extending DevOps practices to SQL Server databases</p> <p>Good Morning everybody, welcome to our webinar on database DevOps. This is one of our monthly webinars series where each month we focus on the integration of our automation tools with different source control systems as well as build and release management tools. Our demo last month was on the integration with the TFS stack so using TFS to source control, build and deploy database changes. Today, we are going to change things up a little and use Git as our source control system, Jenkins as our build system and Octopus Deploy as a release management tool.2</p> <p>Get in touch</p> <p>www.voiceofthedba.com sjones@sqlservercentral.com @way0utwestSteve Jones</p> <p>www.linkedin.com/in/way0utwest </p> <p>3</p> <p>Get in touchArneh.Eskandari@red-gate.com @ArnehEsk www.linkedin.com/in/Arneh-Eskandari </p> <p>Arneh Eskandari</p> <p>4</p> <p>AgendaIntro to RedgateThe challenge of integrating databases into DevOps processesThe effects of poor database change management and deploymentsBenefits of DLM and Database DevOpsHow can Redgate help?Demo</p> <p>Were going to run through a couple of slides to quickly go over the challenges with database change management and well jump right into the demo afterwards. Just a couple of housekeeping items, everyone will be on mute throughout the webinar but please do post your questions using the gotowebinar panel and well try to answer as many of them as possible towards the end of our session today.5</p> <p>About RedgateOver 600,000 technology professionals worldwide use Redgate tools, including 91% of fortune 100 companies. </p> <p>Our philosophy is to design highly usable, reliable tools that solve problems commonly faced by DBAs and developers. And learning and sharing is at the heart of what we do.</p> <p>Most of you are familiar with Redgate and have probably used our tools to some extent. Id actually like to run a quick poll to see how familiar everyone is with Redgate tools</p> <p>For those of you who are new to Redgate, we are a software company and have been specializing in SQL Server tools specifically for developers and DBAs for just over 16 years now. We are also pretty big on supporting the community. So, we have our SQL Server Central and Simple Talk websites were you can find thousands of free articles and training material on SQL server. We also do sponsor a lot of free community events such as SQL Saturdays and code camps.</p> <p>6</p> <p>The challenge of integrating databases into DevOps processesBusiness-critical data needs to be safely and correctly preservedDatabases carry state that needs to be managed as part of rolling out new or updating existing software</p> <p>Alright, now lets talk about the challenges with database change management. A lot of dev shops out there are already utilizing best practices around application lifecycle management and rapid delivery of their application code but the databases are normally left out and there are still a lot of manual processes involved in delivering database changes. This is mainly because deployments of databases is not as easy as swapping out old code with a new one. Databases carry state and hold business critical data that needs to be safely preserved.7</p> <p>Poor Database Deployment EffectsDatabases are out of pace with application developmentLittle or no traceability of database changes Inability to roll back to the previous version of a database Databases become a bottleneck in agile delivery processes Releases are less frequent and more riskyManual database processes prevent you from utilizing CI and CD to their full extent Deployments require a lot of Dev and DBA hours</p> <p>Because of the unique challenges with database delivery, weve come across a lot of dev shops whove experienced some of the issues in this list to some extent. As Part of our database delivery process we need to make sure that we are executing the right changes on our target databases going all the way production and we also need to make sure that we have changes from all developers in the right order so, without the right tooling and the right processes this can become a cumbersome task for developers and specifically for operation DBAs8</p> <p>Benefits of DLM &amp; Database DevOpsRepeatability of processes, giving: Greater predictability over releases Efficiency by eliminating the repetition of a range of manual activities Faster speed of response to change through: The automated deployment of smaller units of change Greater reliability of the release process by: Providing a series of automated test stages prior to deployment</p> <p>Most of you are probably familiar with the principles of Application Lifecycle Management and DLM here is no different. Our focus is to help build repeatability into your delivery process where you are continuously testing the production readiness of the changes that you apply to your databases. Deploying small units of change is really the key principal here. Ive talked to a lot of dbas who are required to review thousands of lines of scripts when it comes to deploying the database and that normally can take days depending on how many bugs they find in that script.By committing database changes to source control on regular basis, you can introduce automated builds and tests to make sure that all of those small units of changes are tested and validated multiple times before you are ready to deploy from dev to your next environment and that can result into your releases being more reliable and less time consuming.9</p> <p>The Bottom LineThe2016 State of DevOps report found that:IT performance strongly correlates with practices such as version control and continuous delivery.High-performing IT organizations are more agile and reliable, deploying code 200 times more frequently with 3 times lower change failure rate.Firms with high-performing IT organizations are twice as likely to exceed their profitability, market share, and productivity goals.</p> <p>This statement from DevOps report is pretty relevant here. IT shops who utilize best practices around continuous delivery, deploy code more frequently and with more confidence. And that enables them to be more agile in their software delivery process and makes the company twice as likely to exceed their profitability10</p> <p>How can Redgate help?</p> <p>This statement from DevOps report is pretty relevant here. IT shops who utilize best practices around continuous delivery, deploy code more frequently and with more confidence. And that enables them to be more agile in their software delivery process and makes the company twice as likely to exceed their profitability11</p> <p>This statement from DevOps report is pretty relevant here. IT shops who utilize best practices around continuous delivery, deploy code more frequently and with more confidence. And that enables them to be more agile in their software delivery process and makes the company twice as likely to exceed their profitability12</p> <p>This statement from DevOps report is pretty relevant here. IT shops who utilize best practices around continuous delivery, deploy code more frequently and with more confidence. And that enables them to be more agile in their software delivery process and makes the company twice as likely to exceed their profitability13</p> <p>Demo</p> <p>Need help?</p> <p>Discover Redgates full Database DevOps solution www.red-gate.com/solutions Join a one-day online Database DevOps training course www.red-gate.com/training Get expert help with onsite consultancy from our partnerswww.red-gate.com/training/find-a-consultant Contact us: databasedevops@red-gate.com</p>