Datical Announces Support for Oracle Exadata
May 31, 2017

Datical announced support for Oracle Exadata, a powerful database platform engineered for fast, reliable performance for the most demanding, business-critical database workloads.

With Datical’s support of Oracle Exadata, DevOps teams will be able to increase the velocity of application releases by removing database deployments as a barrier to delivering new applications.

“Organizations adopt Oracle Exadata to achieve exceptional database performance and availability for mission-critical applications. This also means that they require a database release automation solution that maximizes their investment by ensuring that database changes can be deployed at the same fast-pace mission critical applications are being updated. For companies adopting agile and DevOps, the ability to deploy database schema and logic changes fast without compromising data integrity and security is everything,” said Pete Pickerill, Co-Founder and VP of Product Strategy, Datical. “We’re excited to bring Datical to a new platform. Organizations that use Oracle Exadata will now be able to modernize their database deployment process, and realize even more benefits– shorter application release times, better data security, and more productive application developers, testers and DBAs.”

The team behind Datical has been pioneering database and application deployment evolution for more than a decade. Datical strategically guides some of the world’s most admired companies through their database deployment modernization efforts. The Datical database release automation solution is designed to break the application release logjam created by today’s manual database deployment processes. Datical improves productivity and performance, allowing development, test and DBA staff to focus on more important projects and initiatives.

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