Companies that practice DevOps are capable of releasing code with lightning speed. Databases are often left out of the DevOps infrastructure however, lagging behind with alarmingly increasing distance between the two. The risks involved with manual database releases, such as configuration drift or accidental overrides, which can lead to catastrophic downtime costing hundreds of thousands of dollars, have made the database an area in which few are willing to try new things or stray from the tried-and-true methods, however slow they may be. Companies which have brought the database into their DevOps initiatives have been able to release updates at lightning speed, placing them far ahead of the competition.

DBmaestro CTO & Co-Founder Yaniv Yehuda will show best practices and practical methods, such as using git and Jenkins, in how to expand DevOps to incorporate the database as well.

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