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How to move fast and NOT break things?
In this post, we dissect database access control scenarios, and discuss how to balance control and development efficiency. 👀 https://t.co/oo7wg4eksL
🐬 We implemented schema sync for @MySQL recently.
Learn how Bytebase calculates the difference between two database schemas and generates SQL statements representing the diffs in this technical breakdown: https://t.co/nlqbE2fKYZ
Bytebase 1.9.0 is ready! 👋
⚙️ Support managing environment and instance via Terraform provider.
🐘 Support synchronizing schema for PostgreSQL (beta version)
🔐 Support masking column-level sensitive data.
🦸 New UI for Admin mode of SQL Editor.
Learn how to manage your @supabase databases with Bytebase to accomplish database CI/CD. ✨🛠️
Last week, we released Bytebase 1.8.0 with 🔥 features including @MySQL sync schema, Admin mode for SQL Editor, plus external approval via Feishu (@Larksuite).
💦 Let’s take a deeper dive: https://t.co/OctRPMX2oK
From a single duck to the Docker for data, @tianzhouchen's take on why @MotherDuck could become the standard to make data universally accessible. 🥚🐣🐥
Good luck, @jrdntgn!
Excited to bring you https://t.co/jwqSYY17m3, a handy price comparison tool for cloud databases. 💸🏦⚖️
Bytebase 1.8.0 is out 🎆
🐬 Sync schema for MySQL
✅ Approve issues via Lark (Feishu)
🎯 SQL Review CI in the GitOps workflow
BTW, you can now start your Bytebase 14-day free trial without registering on the license hub! 😍
Now that 2022 is 85% complete, let’s take another look at our predictions for databases in 2022 at the beginning of the year.
How did we do? 🤓
Our take on what a developer-first SQL review tool should look like🥰: