DBmaestro, the pioneer and leading DevSecOps platform for database release automation solution provider announced today it has been named a finalist for the 2018 DevOps Industry awards as leading DevOps vendor.
The DevOps Industry Awards celebrate companies and individuals who have accomplished significant achievements when incorporating and adopting DevOps practices. This leading DevOps vendor award is giving to the company who shows commitment to high quality standards and customer satisfaction with solutions with proven value for money that can demonstrate DevOps thought leadership and contributes to the wider IT community.
"This award compliments evident growth DBmaestro has witnessed in the past couple years, as we continue to see companies trying to solve the database bottleneck in their application release process", said Yaniv Yehuda, CTO at DBmaestro.
The DevOps Industry Awards 2018 ceremony will be held on 16 October at Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London.
DBmaestro brings DevOps best practices to the database, delivering a new level of efficiency, speed, security and process integration for databases. DBmaestro's platform enables organizations to run database deployments securely and methodically, increase development team productivity and significantly decrease time-to-market. The solution enables organizations to implement CI/CD practices for database activities, with repeatable pipeline release automation and automatic drift prevention mechanisms.
For more information, visit http://www.dbmaestro.com/.
Contacts: DBmaestro Ramel Levin +972-3-9248558 ramel@DBmaestro.com
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