Implementing Continuous Integration for Databases

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 02 Nov 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Continuous integration (CI) is becoming more and more common in application development. It ensures code and related resources are integrated regularly and tested by an automated build system, and highlights problems early in the development process. But what about database development? Can the same advantages of CI be applied to production databases? Where do you start? How do you tackle it? Sjors Takes relates his experience....

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