19:00 – 19:30 Doors open (doors close at 19:30, be sure to be in before 19:30)
19:00 – 20:00 Food, drinks, and chat
20:00 – 20:15 Welcome & Introduction
20:15 – 21:15 Don't forget your database when doing continuous integration - Wouter de Kort
21:45 – Doors closing
Don’t forget your database when doing Continuous Delivery - by Wouter de Kort
More and more organizations are deploying their applications in an automated way. However, deploying the database always seems to be the biggest issue. Automating schema changes, migrating data between different versions and making sure that your application stays working while these deployments are happening is challenging. In this session, you'll learn both architectural approaches and tooling support like SQL Server Data Tools and the RedGate Data Tools for different approaches to automatically deploying your database. We'll also look into testing these changes and making sure that you can deploy your application and your database with confidence.
Wouter de Kort works as the Principal Consultant Software Development at Ordina (https://www.ordina.nl/). He helps organizations stay on the cutting edge of software development. Wouter focuses on DevOps, Agile and Application Lifecycle Management. He loves solving complex problems and helping other developers to grow. Wouter authored the book DevOps on the Microsoft stack (https://www.bol.com/nl/p/devops-on-the-microsoft-stack/9200000058856750/) and a couple of other books (https://www.bol.com/nl/s/algemeen/zoekresultaten/Ntt/wouter%2Bde%2Bkort/). Wouter is a Microsoft MVP Visual Studio and Development Technologies and an ALM Ranger. You can find him on Twitter (@wouterdekort (https://twitter.com/wouterdekort)), on his blog at wouterdekort.com (http://wouterdekort.com/) and at the various conferences where Wouter speaks.
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