The Challenges and Pitfalls of Database Continuous Delivery
According to recent findings, 65% of software developers, managers and executives report that their organizations have started down the path to Continuous Delivery. One element sets up a real challenge for continuous delivery automation- the Database. Scripting database objects change-scripts into traditional version or using 'compare & sync' tools is either an inefficient or plain risky thing to automate, as the two concepts are unaware of the other. A better solution had to found.
Continuous delivery for database should follow the proven best practices of change management, enforcing a single change process over the database, and enable dealing with deployment conflicts to eliminate the risk of code overrides, cross updates and merges of code, while plugging into the rest of the release process.
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Yaniv is the Co-Founder and CTO of DBmaestro, the leading provider of DevOps for Database solutions which enable control of database development and deployment. Yaniv is also the Co-Founder and the head of development for the Extreme group, a leading IT services solutions provider group that employs more than 200 IT professionals and serves more than 50 biggest customer in Israel. Prior to that, Yaniv was a Co-Founder, Co-CEO and CTO of byUman Inc., an innovative solution for managing web-enabled contact center.
Yaniv was a captain in Mamram, the Israel Defense Forces computer centers where he served as a software engineering manager.
Yaniv holds a B.Sc. degree in Business and management from Bar-Ilan University.
Outside of work, Yaniv loves to ride his bicycle, and his motto is “it’s never too cold to ride the bike”.
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