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Datical Delivers Platform Enhancements to Bring Continuous Automation to the Database

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Datical, the leading provider of database release automation, today introduced Datical 5, the latest version of its enterprise-class platform for automating database releases to deliver efficiency, speed and risk reduction for database deployments. Datical brings continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) processes to the data layer, empowering enterprises to achieve a unified pipeline for application and database changes – from development to production – to deliver better customer experiences faster.”

Pete Pickerill, co-founder and VP of product strategy at Datical, commented, “As the DevOps market continues to mature and evolve, enterprises must look for ways to modernize and automate their software development processes – including the database, which for years has been the biggest bottleneck for innovation… We’ve been following this transformation closely, and that’s why we’ve invested in capabilities that make it easy for application teams to include the database in their development activities while better protecting the enterprises most valuable asset – data.”

The release goes on, “With Datical 5, developers can for the first time continuously manage and rework database code changes just as they would application code changes without having to go through a tedious and manual process. This allows for seamless and efficient collaboration across the DevOps pipeline and frees up time for development, test and database administration teams to create and deliver better application experiences faster. Additionally, Datical 5 delivers enhanced security to provide better protection of database credentials to safeguard enterprise-wide data, improve database auditability, and ensure regulatory requirements are being met.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: Datical

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