Learn how to use the 'hybrid' approach in the Deployment Suite for Oracle to automate Oracle database deployments. In this approach, the team maintains the current state of the database in version control during development, then, at key stages, generates and tests the migrations script that will be used to deploy the new database changes safely.
We’re excited to introduce a brand-new capability of the Deployment Suite for Oracle: Redgate Change Automation is a command line tool with built-in safety checks that lets you safely automate your Oracle database deployment. With four commands that help you build, test, prepare, and perform Oracle database releases, Redgate Change Automation can be used as part of a CI/CD pipeline.
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Redgate has added new capabilities to the Deployment Suite for Oracle, so it now supports automated migrations-based and state-based Oracle deployments on both Linux and Windows. They've introduced Redgate Change Control, a new capability for understanding development changes, generating migration scripts for version control, and getting precise control over the migration path during automated deployments. Our Schema Compare and Data Compare for Oracle command line tools have been extended to Linux as well as Windows, and we’ve added static code analysis that encourages teams to follow good coding practices on Windows or Linux.
Are you working with Oracle databases or know somebody that is? Does a company or client that you are working with also have an Oracle counterpart? If so, we want to talk to you/them about how they are currently working. We are currently running an Early Access Program (EAP) for a migrations-based solution for Oracle users. Sign up today, get the beta release and let us know your feedback!