DevOps may be up and running for your enterprise. Taking the time to integrate security will keep it that way.
As the saying goes, it’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey. The same could be said about DevOps and its implementation in an organization. Yes, the result is magic since it aims to deliver daily business value, but the journey is even more interesting. This journey is full of organizational, technological, but especially human discoveries.
DevOps has taken center stage in our industry. In essence, DevOps is the term we use that means the entire process of developing, building, testing, and deploying/releasing becomes a target of development, orchestrated by automation. It is a logical step after agile, in which multidisciplinary product-oriented teams have taken over from the traditional functional teams, such as development and testing.
DevOps has definitely “rocked” developers’ world but what’s next for database development teams, which still follow a traditional waterfall process? How can we make it easy to execute key database development functions within a DevOps workflow without compromising quality, performance or reliability?