Database Refactoring as a Service

By Andrew Solomon (‎illy‎) from
Date: Saturday, 8 November 2014 16:40
Duration: 20 minutes
Target audience: Any
Language: English
Tags: database git jenkins liquibase patcher puppet sqitch

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Net-a-Porter has embarked on the mission of separating database refactoring from code deployment. The solution we've come up with is "refactoring as a service" and a soon-to-be released Perl module which drives it.

I'll explain how Liquibase, our Git repositories, Puppet and Jenkins all fit together to make database refactoring easy and deployment safe and roll-backable.

I'll also tell you how I just discovered Sqitch as a possible replacement for Liquibase.

... and all within 20 minutes!

Attended by: kevin mulholland (‎moodfarm‎), Andrew Solomon (‎illy‎), David Lowe, Ulrich Habel (‎rhaen‎), Daniel Collins (‎solemnwarning‎), Alex Balhatchet (‎Kaoru‎), vytas, Tamara Kaufler, David Potttage, Peter Mottram (‎SysPete‎), Mihai Pop, Eitan Schuler, Sam Kington (‎skington‎), Alex BurzyƄski (‎AJGB‎), Merlyn Kline, Salve J. Nilsen (‎sjn‎), Farhan Siddiqui, Mark Stringer (‎mullet‎), Peter Haworth (‎pmh1wheel‎), Marco Fontani (‎mfontani‎), Chris Jack, Soydaner Ulker, Michael Jemmeson (‎michael‎), Aaron Crane (‎arc‎), Warren Humphreys (‎woz‎), kevin dawson (‎bowtie‎), Hugo Areias (‎hugoareias‎), Nohfu8Ie eeki2Eej (‎uch5Isi7‎), Brian Manning (‎xaoc‎), Jess Robinson (‎castaway‎), Max Maischein (‎Corion‎),



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