Chapter 5. Continuous Database Integration

Continuous Database Integration
 

Things do not change; we change.

 
 --HENRY DAVID THOREAU

Continuous Database Integration (CDBI) is the process of rebuilding your database and test data any time a change is applied to a project’s version control repository.

Do you ever feel like your source code and database are operating in different “galaxies” throughout the development lifecycle on projects? As a developer, you may wait several days for a change to the database. You may even be restricted from making minor test data changes, or are afraid to make data changes for fear of ruining the one shared database for fellow developers. Situations ...

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