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Online Database Designer

Student: Alexey Danilov

Supervisor: Alexander Breyman

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2021

Nowadays, data storage is one of the most significant things in creating web applications. Every single system, such as a shop, social network, blog site, or simple service, can not develop without a database. Also, if we want to talk about development, there will be many difficulties. Creation, deploying and controlling a version of data storage or what kind of person should be employed to do that task. These problems are not severe for huge companies, but if we are talking about startups or small businesses, the above problems could greatly slow down the IT-sphere development. This article describes an application that automates creating and deploying using Docker and Liquibase. The work contains 50 pages, 3 chapters, 1 tables, 21 figures, 14 sources and 4 attachment. Keywords: Data storage, script, database, startups, IT-sphere, Docker, Liquibase.

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