Automated Database Development Process

Automated Database Development Process

More and more organizations are adopting automated database development processes in order to increase overall efficiency and reduce the risks associated with recurring changes to their database. According to our survey, 44% of DBAs make changes to their development databases a few times a week compared to 39% who make changes on a daily basis. Additionally, only 11% of DBAs have fully automated database development processes while 28% of DBAs have no automated process in place.

The number one challenge for manual database development is manual version control processes. Manual version control risks include working on the wrong versions, difficulties locating outdated updates, and out of process updates going unnoticed. In this infographic you'll learn a best practice for version control process and why you should adopt an automated process for databases. Learn More →

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