In past few months I have been involved with various clients in enabling Continuous integration and Continuous delivery process within the enterprise organizations. When speaking about databases as part of this process there is lot of noise within the room as if this is a scariest part of the world. This is not a surprise… Read More DBA’s and Developers in Database Continuous Delivery Pipeline (Tools: Redgate Tools, Git, TeamCity and Octopus Deploy)
I have been recently working with various client around enabling and adopting devops practices within enterprise organisations. It’s interesting to see many people think it’s just code development team and operations have to work together. In reality there is a team who develop/maintain databases which needs to be highlighted to be part of these practices… Read More Redgate Tools – Enabling Continuous Delivery for Database Changes with Octopus Deploy and Teamcity
Single server TFS 2012 restore in case of Disaster recoveryBelow are the 10 simple steps to remember to recovery from the disaster1. Replicate the Hardware for the new instance same as the production version.2. Install all the required software similar to the production environment along with the SQL server 2008 R2 , SharePoint 2010 and the tools… Read More Single server setiup – TFS 2012 restore in from Disaster recovery
Below steps is only to be used and verified under the single server installation scenario. Make sure the procedure outlined in the post Rebuild TFS Server in Disaster Recovery have been completely followed. In addition to step 1,below steps are required, since we are installing the Team Foundation server on the 64bit operating system download sharepoint services… Read More TFS , Restoring SharePoint services in Disaster recovery situation
There are couple of method on how to backup the databases for the TFS server, we are going to discuss only the best approach in here. Don’ts Never backup just one database. Do not exercise this during the busy usage hours. As a best practice do take backup only by bring the services down. (This is to avoid… Read More How to backup Team Foundation Server 2010 Databases?