by Alexander Karmanov, 06 June 2013
To wrap up the series on Database Deployment Challenges, Alexander takes a dive into the details of how he scripted a solution and comes up with several practical tips for getting the most out of any automated database deployment framework. Read more...
by Alexander Karmanov, 27 February 2013
Alex talks through a simple practical example of a database deployment, First creating a empty database and then upgrading it through three steps by writing T-SQL scripts, adjusting configuration files and the change log, before generating a full build script containing all schema objects. Read more...
by Alexander Karmanov, 12 February 2013
Often, an existing database application must evolve quickly by incremental steps. Alex describes a tried and tested system to provide an automated approach to deploying both new and existing database systems, whilst dealing with common security and configuration issues. Read more...
by Alexander Karmanov, 30 January 2013
Traditionally, Database Deployment is a process that isn't associated with smiles, bonhomie and tranquility. There are a number of challenges that make the task more difficult. Alex reviews the common techniques for deploying new databases and upgrading existing ones, and their flaws, and argues the advantages of an automated, incremental, script-based approach to deployments Read more...
by Alexander Karmanov, 17 June 2008
When a team is developing a database application, it is a mistake to believe that deployment is a simple task. It isn’t. It has to be planned, and scripted. Alexander Karmanov describes many of the problems you’re likely to meet, and provides an example solution that aims to save the DBA from the nightmare complexity of an unplanned deployment. Read more...
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