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Database change management

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dbMaestro’s TeamWork brings Database Change Management solution to the database world:

Collaboration Enablement – TeamWork enables development collaboration by enforcing sequential access to database artifacts, eliminating out-of-process updates to database to database structure, code or content and associating technical changes with business activities

Reduced Operational Risk – TeamWork’s deployment engine, helping IT staff promote managed database changes from development environment through to production while enabling version control and rollback, as well as the ability for rapid error recovery helps manage and reduce the operational risk

Enhance security at early ALM stages - Improved control over roles and responsibilities - who is allowed to change what, Alert and block unauthorized changes

Compliance Enablement – TeamWork acts as a central repository for all database changes, making sure you always know who did what when and why to your databases, and enabling reliable auditing and reports to comply with SOX, CMMI, PCI etc.

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Database change management

  1. 1. dbMaestro TeamWork<br />Database Version Control<br />
  2. 2. The risk of NOT using Database Version Control?<br /><ul><li>Lack of Order in Database Development
  3. 3. No Visibility
  4. 4. “Out of Process” Changes
  5. 5. Not having Automated Tasks
  6. 6. Problems in Version Releases
  7. 7. Responding slowly to Changes in Requirements
  8. 8. The solution</li></li></ul><li>Lack of Order in Database Development<br /><ul><li>Valuable time wasted on non-development tasks
  9. 9. Changes are manually documented
  10. 10. Changes are forgotten before deployed
  11. 11. Wrong code is being used
  12. 12. Team dissatisfaction
  13. 13. Blame-Storming approach
  14. 14. Failures in version releases</li></li></ul><li>No Visibility<br /><ul><li>No Accurate and up-to-date project status
  15. 15. No Ability to manage risks (no impact analysis)
  16. 16. No answer to questions like:
  17. 17. Will the project meet or exceed due date?
  18. 18. Is the version stable?
  19. 19. Can the version be released?</li></li></ul><li>“Out of Process” Changes <br /><ul><li>Not everyone capable of making changes, should…
  20. 20. Missing control whenchanges can be done
  21. 21. Missing control whocan make a change
  22. 22. Too easy to mistakenly override DB code
  23. 23. Timing when to take a snapshot is a challenge
  24. 24. Not enforcing methods & processes</li></li></ul><li>Not having Automated Tasks<br />Manual tasks are prone to human-error<br />Using over qualified personal for simple tasks<br />Lots of overhead organizing environments<br />Valuable time wasted on repeatedly tasks<br />Team dissatisfaction<br />
  25. 25. Problems in Version Releases orMissing Due Date<br /><ul><li>Changes are forgotten and not deployed
  26. 26. Wrong code is deployed
  27. 27. Creating deployment script manually
  28. 28. Precious time is spent on coding and testing the deployment scripts
  29. 29. Real challenge to merge code from several teams</li></li></ul><li>Changes in Requirements<br /><ul><li>Very hard responding to requirements changes
  30. 30. Not following Application Lifecycle Management best practices
  31. 31. Lack of complete End-to-End continuous integration
  32. 32. Very hard to follow Agile best practices as DB are out of the loop</li></li></ul><li>Database Version Control<br /><ul><li>dbMaestro TeamWork has answers to all of the above
  33. 33. Proven and unique Technology
  34. 34. Sold World-Wide
  35. 35. Read more in our website
  36. 36. http://www.dbmaestro.com</li>

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