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Database Change Management

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Database Change Management process best practices

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Database Change Management

  1. 1. Database Version Management
  2. 2. Why? Enable one-click DEV and QA environment set up Minimize disruption and maximize the reliability of the application and of the deployment process Continuously deploy app without worrying about the current state of the database Decouple changes to DB from changes to app
  3. 3. How Automate database initialization process Automate deployment process • Should be a part of continuous integration Automate rollback process • should be part of continuous integration on QA and DEV env
  4. 4. STEP 1: Initializing database Ability to reproduce the environment Enable one-click environment set up ◦ Structure of database, schemas, tables (SQL or DB dump) ◦ Populate the tables with reference data (with XML/ CSV or SQL)
  5. 5. STEP 2: Incremental change Versioning your database ◦ Create a table in the database that contains its version number ◦ Every time you make a change to the DB, create two scripts ◦ Roll-forward: That takes the database from a version x to x+1 ◦ Roll-back: x+1 to x ◦ Configuration setting for application specifying the version of the database it is designed to work with Tools: ◦ DbDeploy ◦ Flywaydb
  6. 6. STEP 3: Rolling back DB Requirements 1. Ability to roll back without losing transactions that have been performed since the upgrade 2. Necessity to keep the application available according to a demanding SLA (hot deployment or zero-downtime releases) Criteria: 1. They involve schema changes that do not lose any data (such as a normalization or denormalization, or moving column between tables) 2. They delete some data that only the new system understands, bit it is not critical if this data is lost

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