Live Webinar: 7 Steps to Build a Database Deployment Pipeline with Red Gate and TeamCity, October 2nd
Join us Thursday, October 2nd, 15:00 – 16:00 GMT (11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT) for our free webinar, 7 Steps to Build a Database Deployment Pipeline with Red Gate and TeamCity with Alex Yates of Red Gate.
Continuous delivery for databases brings speed, efficiency and predictability to your release cycle by automating database deployments across a pipeline. Setting-up version control, continuous integration (CI) and automated release management can provide you with a steadier stream of reliable releases.
In this practical demo, Alex Yates, Pre-Sales Engineer at Red Gate, will show you how to set up continuous delivery for your SQL databases using TeamCity, Red Gate’s SQL Automation Pack, and Octopus Deploy. You’ll learn best practices for continuous integration, continuous delivery and automated deployments to set-up your own pipeline.
Space is limited, please register now. There will be an opportunity to ask questions during the webinar.
About the Presenter:
Alex Yates has worked with database change management tools for four years, collaborating closely with users and dev teams along the way. As a pre-sales engineer, he gets to see a huge variety of server and dev environments, and helps folks solve their database development and delivery problems in whatever way works well for them. Ever the sharer, he also blogs about the lessons he learns: http://www.workingwithdevs.com.
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