Delphix Toolchain Integration

Adam Bowen
Nov 13, 2017 · 1 min read

Hey Everyone! I know I have been talking about this for a while, but with the DevOps Enterprise Summit kicking off, I thought it was time to finally do it!

Below you will find a video of Delphix integrated into a typical toolchain consisting of tools like Datical, Maven, git, Jenkins, and Selenium. In this video, I walk through a form of “A Day in the Life” of the SDLC, where we want to introduce a new feature to our employee application: we want to record their Twitter handle.

To do this simple change, we will need to introduce database object changes (a column to store the handle) and application level changes to display and record the changes. This is a simple application with a Java + Apache front end and an Oracle 12c backend.

Below is a general swim diagram of the flow and the video, as well. More details on the “how” of the components next week! (I will replace this video with a better quality video, but my computer crashed last night with all the changes, and I had to reproduce on a loaner system. Crazy story)

Swimlane Diagram of the Scenario

Originally published at www.adam.today on November 13, 2017.

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