Making the Database Part of Your Continuous Delivery Pipeline
The database, unlike other software components and code or compiled code, is not a collection of files. Thus, Continuous Integration & Delivery for Database has taken a back seat to source code, leaving database automation to play a game of catch up at a high risk.
In this analogy, the conveyor belt represents Jenkins ( or such CI tools ) , the chocolates signify the application code ( powered by CICD currently ) , and Lucy and Ethel are ‘handling’ the database code.
More to come..