Database Lifecycle Management: Achieving Continuous Delivery for Databases (Grant Fritchey, et al)

 
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Database Lifecycle Management: Achieving Continuous Delivery for Databases (Grant Fritchey, et al)

This book explains how to implement the business and technological approaches of Database Lifecycle Management (DLM) in order to increase the visibility, predictability, and measurability of database change management procedures.

We outline the DLM techniques and abilities that will enable a continuous and incremental approach to database change, establish predictable delivery timelines, and provide database applications that are better built and easier to manage.

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Published Date / Year
(2015)
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HTML, PDF, ePub, Mobi (Kindle)
ISBN-13
978-1-910035-05-4

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