|By NCSM Strategic Marketing||
|August 1, 2014 02:47 PM EDT||
DBmaestro (www.DBmaestro.com), the pioneer and leading provider of DevOps for Database solutions announced that first-half sales showed an increase in demand for Continuous Delivery in the database in both the financial and healthcare sectors.
DBmaestro is at the forefront of bringing continuous delivery to the database with its leading Database Enforced Change Management solution which enables Database Development, Continuous Integration and Delivery for the Database. DBmaestro allows enterprises to achieve better time-to-market and agility with database deployment as well as reduce operational risks by providing safe deployment automation, alerting in case of automation conflicts and fostering regulatory compliance.
“We are seeing increased awareness and demand for Database Continuous Delivery across the board but it is particularly marked in the healthcare and financial sector,” Said Yariv Tabac, CEO of DBmaestro. “This comes as no real shock as the finance and healthcare world have always been early technology adopter - being in a business environment where the cost of errors are simply too high and the database too critical to the organization. They would rather invest the time and money in the latest cutting edge technology to protect their sensitive systems than deal with potentially disastrous errors later. It is for this reason that there is such a strong demand for DBmaestro’s solution in those sectors.
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