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Financial Sector Shows Highest Demand For DevOps For Database solutions In 2013, DBmaestro Finds

Within the financial sector, 60 percent of DBmasetro's new clients are banks and insurance companies

Tel Aviv, November 19, 2013 - DBmaestro (www.DBmaestro.com), the pioneer and leading provider of DevOps for Database solutions, announced today its analysis of new companies adopting DevOps for Database with DBmaestro. Over the past year, financial sector companies had the highest increased demand for Database Enforced Change Management (DECM) tools. Over 40% of new DBmaestro customers originated from this industry.

Within the financial sector, 60% of DBmasetro's new clients are banks and insurance companies which find themselves more exposed to risk. In addition, DevOps for Database is becoming widespread in other markets. DBmaestro's findings show that new customers from the government sector made up about 20% of the new DECM demand. Security and telecom sectors each made up approximately 10% of new DevOps for Database demand in 2013. The software and retail sectors each made up about 5% of new companies committed to DevOps.

"A loss of database control in the banking and financial sector can be catastrophic", said Yariv Tabac, Co-CEO of DBmaestro. "The increase of new customers from financial institutions demonstrate that financial companies, which must have absolute confidence in the integrity and quality of their database code, recognize the benefits which DevOps for Database provides. We expect these trends to continue in the government and security sectors as well as other industries which are seeking automation, control and enforced change management over their Database."

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About DBmaestro

DBmaestro is the pioneer and leading provider of DevOps for Database solutions which enable control of databases. Its flagship product, DBmaestro Teamwork, is the leading Database Enforced Change Management (DECM) solution that empowers Agile team collaboration through enforcing change policy and best practices. DBmaestro Teamwork enables continuous development, continuous release and continuous deployment processes which eliminate the number of potential risks threatening database development and deployment by 60% and reduces deployment costs by 95%.

DBmaestro's solutions are deployed at major international companies including VISA, MasterCard, Knight Capital, Thomson Holidays, Bank Leumi and others.

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