Skelton Thatcher Consulting partners with Redgate to offer Database Lifecycle Management expertise

Rackspace DevOpsBreakfast 19th August 2014

This post was written by Rob Thatcher, co-author of Team Guide to Software Operability.

 

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Data and databases are often the most tricky part of automated software delivery. At Skelton Thatcher Consulting, we have helped many organisations with data-driven software systems to move towards Continuous Delivery, so we are very pleased to be part of the new partner program at Redgate Software.

We have been working with Redgate, who make leading tools for SQL Server professionals, for some time now, helping them to create a complete Database Lifecycle Management (DLM) solution.

The folks at Redgate are now now rolling out their partner and certified consultant program, and we’re thrilled to be one of only two UK consultancies they have chosen to partner with to help companies and organisations adopt DLM. Redgate tools are designed to plug into the tools companies already use for their application development, but questions can arise during the implementation process, which is where Redgate Certified Consultants come in.

This is an exciting time for Skelton Thatcher – and for Redgate. We’ll be demonstrating how database developers can enjoy the same advantages that application developers enjoy through source control, continuous integration and release management, and helping organisations to take stock of their database capabilities through an on-site DLM Health Check.

If you’d like to know more, visit Redgate’s DLM pages, talk to us about data strategy and Continuous Delivery or contact us: enquiries@skeltonthatcher.com or +44 (0)20 8242 4103.

 

 

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