DBmaestro Cited as Prominent DevOps Vendor by Technavio.
Houston, TX, October 17, 2015 --(PR.com)-- DBmaestro, the pioneer and leading provider of DevOps for Database solutions was named as one the 27 prominent vendors of the DevOps tools market in Technavio's Global DevOps Tools Market 2015-2019 report published last month. Other vendors listed in the report alongside DBmaestro included Puppet Labs, Microsoft, CA Technologies, HP, Cisco, IBM, VersionOne, Chef, Docker, Rally and Nolio.
TeamWork, DBmaestro's flagship product, enables agile development, continuous integration and continuous delivery for the database. TeamWork supports the streamlining of development process management and enforced change policy practices. Many leading enterprises use DBmaestro to facilitate DevOps for their database by executing deployment automation, enhancing and reinforcing security, and mitigating risk.
The report by Technavio Market research analysts also predicted that the DevOps market would grow by double digits until 2019 to an estimated USD 3 billion. The report also stated that America is the highest contributor to the overall market share and will continue to remain so for the duration of the forecast period, with telecom and BFSI (Banking, Financial services and Insurance) industries being the main adopters of DevOps tools.
Yariv Tabac, CEO of DBmaestro said, "I believe that being named as a prominent DevOps vendor by Tecnavio underscores how our DevOps for database solution is essential part of the DevOps toolchain. Our customers are in highly competitive markets and the ability to implement continuous delivery and integration for the database is crucial. We're committed and proud to continue to support each of our clients as they navigate the journey towards complete development automation."
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