Database DevOps focuses on integrating databases into the DevOps Software Development Life Cycle – enabling an organisation to deliver services, products, and channels to market faster.
Just as DevOps doesn’t end with development of an application, Database DevOps doesn’t end with development of the plan. Our Database DevOps implementation service ensures the objectives of DevOps are achieved, working closely with a client’s staff to assist with the delivery of Database DevOps practices, tools and processes.
How you can use Database DevOps to improve your agility and power digital transformation
Database DevOps improves the quality and suitability of the end product
Database DevOps brings automation and standardisation allowing better utilisation of existing assets
Database DevOps makes any database a first-class citizen in the DevOps process
We’ve helped many large organisations adopt Database DevOps. With our help, they’ve accelerated test and delivery cycles and achieved multi-million-pound savings. We’re proud to say that our work has brought us, and our customers, IT industry awards for innovation.
Whether at the start of your development project or looking to modernise existing processes, we evaluate your current capabilities and objectively compare against industry best practice to highlight specific opportunities for improvement. With a set of clear well-defined objectives, we can work with the owners and practitioners of the current services to plan implementation of DevOps tools, processes and culture change.
To talk to our expert team about how Database DevOps could help you get more from your mainframe, contact us now.
DataOps is all about analytics. Extracting value from data faster, with more accuracy, and refocussing effort on coming up with new insights instead of firefighting quality issues. DataOps makes your business data available where it’s needed, when it’s needed.
Fast-changing markets demand better products, launched quickly. But it can be hard for development teams to keep pace with the demands of the business whilst satisfying the need for data integrity and database performance.
Delivering quickly is no good if the end product is faulty, slow or does not meet the needs of the customer or business requirements. But manual quality checks and traditional working practices add time and can cause friction between teams.
With a faster pace of development comes a requirement for more resources to develop and test with, but the business pressure to ‘do more with less’ has never been greater.
For many businesses, integrating the database is the last piece of the DevOps puzzle. As the cornerstone of any application, the mix of art and science required to produce a performant, secure, reliable database can seem impossible to master with modern DevOps techniques.
Introducing modern, cross platform graphical and command line tools for creation and maintenance of database objects and jobs provides a familiar and easy to learn environment for the next generation of staff.