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DBmaestro launched support for Snowflake, the Data Cloud company.
This latest addition to DBmaestro will empower Snowflake customers to achieve a comprehensive, secure CI/CD with compliance automation to integrate Snowflake database changes into end-to-end DevOps delivery pipelines.
In recent years, Snowflake has quickly gained industry traction with more than 515 million data workloads that run each day. Adding Snowflake support to DBmaestro's offering will empower organizations that utilize Snowflake to release faster while improving quality, accelerating feedback loops between developers and DBAs to save time and eliminate costly rework.
DBmaestro's Database DevOps platform empowers organizations to extend coding best practices to the database while facilitating collaboration and accelerating release velocity.
DBmaestro helps organizations automate database security, compliance, and governance. Snowflake users can now ensure that their database is secure with role-based access and delivery, easily manage and enforce organizational policies and standards, and audit database changes to guarantee compliance with regulations such as SOC2, GDPR, CCPA, SOX, and HIPAA.
"With end-to-end database delivery automation, Snowflake users can now gain speed and efficiency, enhance security, and manage compliance requirements. In 2021, we see increased demand to include the database delivery process into the enterprise ecosystem. DBmaestro is leading the way in the rapidly growing database automation market with a wide range of enterprise customers from the financial services, insurance, banking, telecom, and health care industries," says Yariv Tabac, CEO and Co-founder of DBmaestro.
"Enterprises' transition to Agile development in the last couple of years has led to a dramatic increase in the number of releases and development cycles," says Yaniv Yehuda, DBmaestro's CPO and Co-founder. "Self-service and agility for database releases became a critical component, as moving faster has intensified the challenges of governing database releases while mitigating risks. The demand for tracking, and auditing database changes through a secure database delivery and compliance automation has reached the tipping point."