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Posted 14 Mar 2011

Continuous Integration for Database Development

, 14 Mar 2011 CPOL
Continuous integration makes development more efficient – allowing bugs to be caught earlier, and providing rapid validation. But for too long, it hasn’t been standard practice for databases. This is an overview of implementing CI so you can bring database code in line with application development.

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Redgate makes ingeniously simple software used by 804,745 IT professionals and counting, and is the leading Microsoft SQL Server tools vendor. Our philosophy is to design highly usable, reliable tools which elegantly solve the problems developers and DBAs face every day, and help them adopt database DevOps. As a result, more than 100,000 companies use products in the Redgate SQL Toolbelt, including 91% of those in the Fortune 100.
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