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Accelerate mainframe changes with shift-left collaboration

Integrating database changes into CI/CD pipelines is gaining steam

By integrating mainframe database changes into the DevOps pipeline, organizations can harness the power of mainframe databases while increasing agility and reliability across applications.

  • Organizations are turning to database DevOps
  • Organizations lack database automation solutions
  • Database DevOps brings business benefits
  • IT executives perceive the greatest value when asked about the benefits of integrating mainframe database changes into an automated CI/CD pipeline
68% of organizations have a lead time for production of database changes of two or more weeks
61% of developers must wait at least a week for a database administrator (DBA) to become available, with 24% waiting more than two weeks
90.5% of application developers don’t have self-service tools for database services
87% of organizations are using, piloting, planning, or interested in an automated CI/CD pipeline for mainframe database changes
Blog: Unlocking Mainframe Databases with DevOps

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