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Success Story: Version Control for PL/SQL

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It’s been a little over three months since we released Gitora 2.0 and the first success stories have started to emerge. Here is one of them:


Rhenus Logistics, the leading logistics company from Germany uses Gitora to manage their Oracle Database. Problem Rhenus IT uses both Java and PL/SQL to serve their users and customers. They have a team of about 10 PL/SQL developers. The team manages more than 20,000 database packages, views, functions, procedures, object types and triggers spread over 30+ database schemas. Rhenus IT wanted to move to a continuous delivery environment in which they can be more agile and deliver solutions to the business faster. Managing the PL/SQL code was the hardest piece of the puzzle. SolutionAfter experimenting with other solutions in the market, Rhenus decided to move forward with Gitora.


Gitora enabled Rhenus Developers to: Use Git, the prominent open source version control system used by millions of developers.Move their database code between development and…

Markus Winand on Database Optimizers

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If you are a DBA or a developer and would like to learn more about database optimizers, there is no one better in the world than Markus Winand to learn from!



Markus is hosting a free webinar on December 15th. Attend his webinar and learn how you can build better performing applications.

Register at this link.

New York OUG Winter Event

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On December 7th, Gitora founder Yalim Gerger will be at the NYOUG Winter Event to talk about version control of PL/SQL using Git. Click here for the full agenda. We hope to see you there!