In this post I’m going to talk about one of the trending topic of DevOps journey: Database DevOps.
DevOps has transformed the software release cycle, but is not easily applied to databases.
A database crash can be exponentially more expensive than a buggy application because database errors take longer to identify and fix.
Anyway, configuration drift, team conflict, and manual coding errors, can be drastically minimized simply by applying DevOps principles and tools to the database.
During last months I had the opportunity to work with DBmaestro DevOps Platform.