DBmaestro announced a worldwide partnership with IBM, offering database release automation capabilities designed to optimize DevOps environments for enterprises.
As part of the deal, IBM will be offering DBmaestro's platform to its worldwide enterprise customer base.
The platform allows users to define and enforce the process for making changes to databases, version everything in source control (database as-code), offer database-focused configuration management, and establish database policies for all constituents, resulting in productivity and efficiency gains and reduced risk by preventing application downtime.
The announcement reflects DBmaestro's strategy to support enterprise customer needs through integrations with complementary agile and DevOps solutions, which include Atlassian's Jira, Git, Chef, Puppet and Jenkins, among others. IBM has long been a partner, with DBmaestro offering seamless integration with IBM UrbanCode Velocity.
"This strategic alliance builds on our existing relationship in harnessing each other's products and support our joint mission to enable enterprises to become more agile, build, deploy, and release code securely and faster," said Yariv Tabac, CEO and Co-founder, DBmaestro. "We're very proud and excited that IBM chose DBmaestro to bring DevOps for Database automation to its global enterprise customer base."
Eric Minick, Product Manager for DevOps solutions, IBM, added, "IBM has long understood its global enterprise customer bases' need to rapidly release digital products and services. We've worked closely with the DBmaestro team for some time and many of our UrbanCode customers are already using their leading DevOps solution, so this strategic partnership is a very natural next step. We're looking forward to deepening our partnership with DBmaestro to accelerate DevOps deployments for our enterprise customers worldwide."