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A database is an organised collection of data. It is the collection of schemas, tables, queries, reports, views, and other objects. Designers typically organise data to model aspects of reality in a way that supports processes requiring information. Use this tag on questions which ask about database aspects of Continuous Delivery, Continuous Deployment or general DevOps approaches to databases.

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What practices or tools enable Continuous Deployment of Databases?

Continuous Delivery or Continuous Deployment of infrastructure and code is comparatively simple compared to trying the same approaches for databases, specifically RDBMSs. Code and infrastructure will ...
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macOS testing on Desktop: Docker containers vs. Homebrew installation

Often I test some stuff on my MacBook. Mostly database and data store related stuff (MongoDB, MariaDB, Postgres). I install the software with Homebrew and test. I wonder if I should switch to docker? ...
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docker: Error response from daemon: Conflict. The container name "/basexhttp" is already in use by container

Am I even correctly following the documentation on creating and running a docker container below? [root@ ~]# [root@ ~]# docker run -d \ > --name basexhttp \ > --publish 1984:1984 \ > ...
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How to Connect Docker Containers?

In "What is a container?" the docker docs show the following nifty image: For my scenario I have only App A and App B; let's designate them Alice and Bob. How do Alice and Bob communicate, ...
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cannot get bash prompt: Error response from daemon: Container foo is not running

A basic jetty container: CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES ...
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How to gain console access to a MySQL server running on a docker container from the host?

I thought I had this working a few minutes ago: root $ root $ docker container ls CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS ...
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