The time had finally come. It was time to run the Redgate automated database deployment process in production for the first time. All we had to do was click the deploy button in
The tooling necessary to incorporate DevOps practices is already out there. There are many different flavors of build tools, Jenkins, TeamCity, VSTS, AppVeyor, and Bamboo. Release management is covered by Octopus Deploy, Release
Back in the article How Redgate Helped Define our Process, there was this small blurb about SSDT: Microsoft SSDT Tooling Considered - the increased cost of licenses forced us to take a hard
One of the less common known facts about Redgate's DLM Automation suite is purchasing license grants the purchaser the right to use to command line versions of SQL Data Compare and SQL Compare.
Everything written on this site is how to get a database change automatically pushed up through the environments. But that was for the entire database. There are some parts of the database where
Rolling back a database deployment is one the most complicated topics with Automated Database Deployments. The code is rather easy to rollback, just deploy the previous version of the code package and call