Migrating Oracle database objects can be a frustrating process. Often, Oracle database changes are highly manual and inefficient, making it difficult to deliver changes to stakeholders when they need them. It’s no surprise, then, that DevOps for the database is picking up pace. Fifty-one percent of respondents in a 2018 survey expect to move to
Continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) are increasingly popular DevOps practices where code changes are frequently committed to a source control management (SCM), and automatically built, tested and submitted to a release pipeline for deployment. The initial stage of the release pipeline will deploy the changes to a development environment where it can be tested.
As the DevOps movement becomes more and more essential to IT and business success, the market continues to introduce new tools to help. So much so, we’ll see double-digit growth over the next handful of years. A recent analysis reports the continuous delivery market alone, which is one aspect of DevOps tools, will reach $3.85
Like other industries, IT needs to be more agile to keep up with the speed of business today. The need to get software to market faster is causing more companies to bring DevOps into their enterprises. Over the last five years, DevOps adoption has grown from 54% in 2013 to 78% in 2017.¹ As DevOps