Redgate … How to drive your DevOps agenda
Running business operations more efficiently is now becoming essential in a digitally-driven market, but organisations are continuously challenged to do so with a lack of resources, limited funding and an inability to scale.
As IT teams embrace agile and DevOps practices to overcome these blockers, initiatives that leave out the database risk missing out on the quality and speed of releases that can otherwise be gained, while increasing the chances of errors occurring in development.
Adrian Wigley, Senior Data Lead at Shawbrook Bank, will be there to talk about his experience with gaining executive buy-in, how you can plan for and overcome implementation challenges, and how to demonstrate success for your DevOps initiatives.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
As the person responsible for a team, and for the overall success of your projects, you need to ensure your team has the right tools and processes to avoid database change management slowing things down. You’ll also want to remove any obstacles that are blocking development and operations teams from working together to deliver value.
This breakfast briefing is targeted at IT leaders who want to learn the best practices needed to lead a high impact and successful DevOps initiative.
08:15 -08:30 Registration
08:30 Breakfast served
09:00 – 09:30 Defining the business value of Database DevOps
Alex Yates, Pre-Sales Engineer at Redgate
09:30 – 09:45 Break
09:45 – 10:15 How to drive your DevOps agenda by building a winning business case Q&A with Adrian Wigley, Senior Data Lead at Shawbrook Bank
10:15 – 10:30 Q&A and Closing Remarks
Adrian has over 20 years’ SQL Server experience, firstly as a Developer on 6.5 and then a Team Lead. He moved into management about five years ago looking after various development, DBA, and BAS teams. He is a great believer in building strong teams and empowering them to develop both personally and professionally for the good of the business.
He has contributed to Venturi’s Voice with a podcast on ‘Do you need a formal education if you want a career in technology?‘. He has been a long-time user and supporter of Redgate products.
This is a private, invite-only event for Redgate customers and guests.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Secure your place at this private breakfast and discover how to remove challenges to deliver software more quickly, do more with less, and provide better quality overall.
Register via Eventbrite today.