Compliant Database DevOps in the Healthcare Sector
As database teams grapple with shortening release cycles and tighter data protection laws, the need to deliver realistic and compliant test data to development quickly and safely is greater than ever.
The Healthcare sector is one of those which is leading the way in its willingness to take up DevOps. Find out what this means for your IT team Download now
Healthcare providers continue to face regulatory uncertainty and increasing patient demands.
To remain competitive and compliant, organizations must safeguard Protected Health Information while also delivering powerful solutions faster than ever before.
DevOps is the leading approach to tackle these goals in healthcare. By extending these practices to databases, you can improve the quality and efficiency of releases and ensure patient data is secured.
"We all have deadlines and sometimes to be honest, I think some security aspects fall through the cracks. It falls onto the people who are working directly with the data to stop it, even if there isn't that directive push down from above."
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