DLM Training workshop - Database Source Control
Come to this workshop and take the first step in improving your database development process with DLM. You'll learn how to Source control your database, deploy your databases from source control, and see how to monitor and track database changes across development, testing, and production environments.
For full details of the workshop outline visit the Redgate training page for this workshop in Seattle.
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:
- Windows 7 or later recommended
- Able to run a web browser and the Microsoft Remote Desktop client
- Display resolution of at least 1366x768
- Wired Ethernet port
- Remember your power supply!
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
All food and refreshments are included for breaks and lunch.
$100 + fees. Usual price $500.
Dan Wood | ALM Consultant/Trainer | Northwest Cadence
Dan is an ALM Consultant/Trainer at Northwest Cadence. He has more than 20 years of experience in information technology and has extensive experience as a senior database architect, developer and administrator. He has authored and co-authored several books on SQL Server and the SQL language. In addition to designing and implementing many successful TFS installations, he has consulted and trained organizations of all sizes on end-to-end ALM with Visual Studio. Dan spent 20 years on submarines in the U.S. Navy and has a passion for getting it right the first time.
When & Where
Northwest Cadence provides various consulting and training services designed around Microsoft Azure and Application Lifecycle Management. Each of our clients is unique in size, style, and strategy. When it comes to consulting and training services on Azure and ALM, one size does not fit all.
We help teams and organizations improve their software and business processes to deliver extraordinary results. We think the Microsoft Azure solution is an excellent fit for the people, processes, and tools we’ve always supported. We understand how the capabilities of the cloud can help solve common, persistent pain points in Application Lifecycle Management.
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