DLM Training workshop - Database Continuous Integration
Come to this free workshop to learn the fundamentals of database continuous integration. You'll see how to link a source control repository to a build system, implement steps to build and test the database, and how to use this to integrate and test your database code automatically.
Who should attend?
This workshop will cover the fundamentals of CI, practical demonstrations, worked examples, and 18 hands-on exercises. We’ll look at:
During the workshop you'll learn how to:
It's essential that you bring your own device with you to this workshop, as you'll need to use it during the hands-on exercises. Your laptop should fit this spec:
We'll provide you internet access so that you can connect to a virtual machine, which has all the software you'll need to complete the workshop.
We'll use Subversion, TeamCity, and Octopus Deploy for the main exercises and explain how this setup can be repeated with any combination of source control, build, and release systems e.g. TFS, Git, Mercurial, Jenkins, Hudson, Bamboo, etc.
Food and refreshments
Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
As a launch promotion, we're waiving the attendee fee for all workshops taking place in March.
Future workshops will cost $500 per attendee.
Redgate are sponsoring SQL Saturday #375 Silicon Valley on Saturday March 28 2015. You can register for this event for free on the SQL Saturday website: https://www.sqlsaturday.com/375/eventhome.aspx.
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