How are people handling the limit on DLM Dashboard?
We're starting on our journey to DevOps our databases. I showed a bunch of developers DLM Dashboard and everyone is very excited to at least see the drift even if they are not ready to implement SQL Change Automation. However, we have about 130 databases per tier (Dev, QA, Stage, Performance, Production) that in theory could leverage DLM Dashboard.
How are people managing the limit of 50 database per install of DLM? Do you just have a massive sprawl of DLM Dashboard VMs in your environment? Is it possible to install DLM multiple times on a single host with different ports and backend databases?
In my case right now we're talking about a potential 13 installs of DLM. That's nuts.
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