Automate database deployments

Speed up software delivery with reliable repeatable processes that remove the database deployment bottleneck.


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Software delivery is at the heart of your business' ability to respond to customer needs and move ahead of the competition. You can't afford to let the database get in the way.

Without the right processes or tooling in place, database change management slows things down, adding risk, uncertainty, and blocking development and operations from working together to deliver value.

By adopting database continuous integration, continuous delivery, and shift-left testing, your development and operations teams can synchronize database and application delivery.

Your organization can resolve issues earlier and faster, deploy as quickly and frequently as the business needs, and optimize agility and performance across the full software lifecycle.

"Code goes from months to deploy, to days... When we want to bring out new functionality for the customer, we can do it really quick. That's the real benefit."

Jon Forster, Senior Global Program Manager, Fitness First

Keep your teams in sync

Prevent delays due to integration issues and keep your development team in sync through database continuous integration.

Get early feedback on whether changes you commit to version control can be successfully built, and have a stable latest build consistently available to deploy at any time.

Prevent software errors

Reduce the risk of introducing bugs and defects further downstream by provisioning realistic data and server environments for development and test, and automating testing as part of your CI process.

Discover mistakes quickly, enable faster and less costly fixes, and provide opportunities for continuous process improvement.

Make deployment processes transparent and safe

Enable your IT organization to respond quickly to business or customer needs with less risky deployments, including manual review steps where needed.

Make your deployment process transparent and safe by automating change management tasks like creating deployment scripts, and free your team up for more valuable work.

Protect sensitive data during development

Take the next steps toward meeting compliance requirements and protecting sensitive data by automating your database deployment process.

With reliable, scalable, and repeatable processes for build, test, and release, you gain an automated framework to embed security best practice, reap the benefits of a DevOps approach to software delivery, and can achieve data protection by design and default.

What does the process look like?

  • Standardize
  • Automate
  • Monitor
  • Protect

2020 State of Database DevOps Report

We surveyed 2,000 SQL Server professionals to see how many had adopted, or planned to adopt, DevOps practices in their organization and how many had extended those principles to their databases.

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"Our key consideration for all activities is risk management. If our systems go down it costs ABSA a lot of money very quickly"

Rynhardt van Rensburg, Systems Analyst, ABSA Bank

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Compliant Database DevOps

How IT teams can balance the need to deliver software faster with the requirement to protect and preserve data.

Any SQL Server monitoring solution should have the DBA at the heart of the solution.

But it shouldn't end there.

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