|By NCSM Strategic Marketing||
|April 4, 2014 09:26 AM EDT||
DBmaestro has announced the launch of TeamWork for Microsoft SQL Server. DBmaestro TeamWork has been the leader in Database Enforced Changes Management with its solution for Oracle platforms. With this launch, DBmaestro is now available to an additional 20 percent of the database market which use SQL Server.
DBmaestro enables development collaboration by providing unique database enforced change management which eliminates out-of-process changes and enables Agile and Database Continuous Delivery methodologies. It also reduces operational risk by providing safe deployment automation, and alerting in case of automation conflicts, enhanced and reinforced security and fostering regulatory compliance. In addition DBmaestro TeamWork improves the developer's productivity by simplifying and combining the development and version control process into a single process.
"This is a major milestone for DBmaestro", said Yariv Tabac, CEO of DBmaestro. "We are now entering a large new market of companies, especially small to mid-size businesses, which use SQL Server as their database platform, in addition to our existing clients who use both Oracle and SQL Server. Our DECM solution will now also allow SQL server users to massively reduce deployment costs by reducing the men hours required to generate, test, and update the database delta scripts.
DBmaestro Teamwork covers all the best practices for Database Enforced Change Managements (DECM) thus reducing the deployment timeframe of database projects from weeks to days and freeing up expensive technical resources from mundane and time consuming tasks. DBmaestro Teamwork guarantees integrity, quality, compliance and confidence in the database code.
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