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DevOps and data privacy do not need to oppose each other. Rather, they can complement one another.
The automation and audit trails that DevOps processes introduce to database development can ease compliance with data protection regulations and enable organizations to balance the need to deliver software faster with the requirement to protect and preserve personal data.
So how can the promise of releasing changes to the database faster and easier be balanced with the need to keep data safe and remain compliant with legislation?
Redgate’s Data Privacy and Protection Specialist Chris Unwin, shows how the answer lies in in going one step further than database DevOps and thinking about Compliant Database DevOps:
• Introduce standardized team-based development
• Automate deployments
• Monitor performance and availability
• Protect and preserve data