According to the 2020 State of Database DevOps report, teams are making database deployments more frequently, with slow development and release cycles seen as the top drawbacks of siloed database development.

This speed of delivery is critical to business success, as it allows you to quickly respond to the needs of your business and customers and keep up with the competition.

But the database is commonly a bottleneck.

Without the right processes in place, database change management slows things down, adding risk and uncertainty and getting in the way of development and operations working together to add value. For any organization wishing to adopt DevOps methodologies, the database presents a specific challenge that simply can’t be ignored.

By extending DevOps practices to your Oracle databases you can start to gain consistency across your applications and databases, increase efficiencies through your development and operations teams and remove that last bottleneck.

Find out more about including the database in your continuous delivery process so you too can become a high performing IT organization.

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Redgate's Compliant Database DevOps solution gives you an end-to-end framework for extending DevOps to your database while complying with regulations and protecting your data.

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