DLM Training Workshop - Automated Database Deployment
- Science & Technology
- Jurys Inn Hotel Exeter, EX1 2DB Exeter
Red Gate are coming to Sacramento on Friday July 26 to present a SQL in the City Seminar focusing on professional SQL Server Development topics.
Learn from Red Gate's DBA Team and SQL Server MVPs, Steve Jones (Editor of SQLServerCentral) and Grant Fritchey (Product Evangelist) as they present a best practices for professional SQL Server Development featuring top tips and advice for version control, continuous integration and deployment.
The sessions will also provide you with tips on how to get the most out of the Red Gate tools you have, so that you'll be able to put your learning into practice back in the office on Monday. Plus you’ll get a chance to see the tools in action, meet the team, ask questions, and join us for a free Happy Hour at the end of the day.
Register now to secure your seat for this half-day event.
12:30PM – 12:45PM ~ Attendee registration & networking ~
12:45PM – 1PM – 2PM – An efficient development process requires that all of your team members coordinate their efforts. This session shows how a version control system and standard development practices help improve the speed and quality of your development process.
2PM– 2:15PM ~ Interactive demos with the Red Gaters in the networking area with refreshments ~
2:15PM – 3:15PM – Automated build and test processes such as continuous integration are essential to achieve the short feedback cycles that an agile development lifecycle requires. This session will demonstrate how checking in a database change with SQL Source Control can tell you whether your database business logic will remain functional and whether the upgrade process will succeed. You'll also see how a successful build will leave you with a database package that can be used in your deployment process.
3:15PM - 3:30PM ~ Discussions with the Red Gaters in the networking area with refreshments ~
3:30PM - 4:30PM – The easiest part of any deployment is running the deployment script on production. But what have you done to prepare that script for production? Was the script tested? Is the script tightly coupled with the application code? The difference between a successful deployment and a failed or problematic deployment is all the preparation work you've done to ensure that you're deploying the right script, the right way to your production environment. This session will explore best practices that you can implement to ensure that your deployments are as successful as they can be.
4:30PM – 5PM - 5pm – 6pm ~ Happy Hour & continued chat in the venue bar (Drinks on Red Gate)~
Register now to confirm your place at this exclusive event, where space is limited.
Red Gate are also sponsoring and exhibiting at SQL Saturday Sacramento the day after this event - Saturday July 27. For more details of that event visit the SQL Saturday website: http://www.sqlsaturday.com/222/eventhome.aspx
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***All attendees currently registered for Friday's SQL in the City Seminar Sacramento are confirmed***
Registration is from 12.30PM. On arrival please head to the Orchid foyer where you'll be checked in by Max and Jeff. You'll then be able to pick up a beverage before getting settled in the Orchid seminar room. The welcome & introduction session begins at 12.45PM.
There are three sessions, with two breaks for refreshments, demos and networking. The sessions and a final Q&A will finish at 5PM, which is followed by a complimentary HAPPY HOUR until 6PM.
If you have a colleague interested in joining you, who hasn't yet registered, you are welcome to bring them along, if possible please email us ahead of time so we allocate a place for them.
Grant Fritchey, Steve Jones and the Red Gate crew are looking forward to meeting you all tomorrow.
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