In the world of Agile Software development, “Continuous Integration” and “Continuous Delivery” have been creating several challenges for Developers and Operations since the very beginning. The list of challenges is huge; however, let’s have a look on one of challenge faced in Continuous Delivery.
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The old days of running organizations ‘from the server room’ aren’t quite over, but cloud technology is poised to power the next wave of database integration. They deployment style that an organization chooses is primarily dependent upon existing operations. For example, a company with a legacy, on-premises data center will probably choose a local database integration solution to impact operations with minimal retooling. Newer businesses, though, are taking advantage of cloud-native environments, which offer efficient pricing structures, infinite scalability, and no upfront hardware capital. For companies somewhere in the middle, hybrid approaches bridge the gap between local legacy architectures and the cloud.
On-premises database integration supports traditional, on-site network infrastructures. Often sold as stand-alone products, on-premises solutions install locally and interact with existing hardware and databases to cleanse, monitor, and transform data for business intelligence
Cloud database integration solutions are cloud-native, and run as part of an infrastructure—interacting in the background with all data transactions occurring across the enterprise.
Combining elements of on-premises and cloud, a hybrid database integration approach leverages a cloud-based SaaS that synchronizes and manages data between local and remotely hosted resources. Good database integration solutions correlate and cleanse cloud-based and on-premises data, providing a uniform working information set across the mixed environment. The best ones interact seamlessly with other SaaS solutions and provide simple GUI interfaces, providing decision-makers with a 360-degree view of all operations and interactions