This is part of a monthly series that Redgate is running, where we’re changing the platform out every month. In this case, I’m going to use a git as my VCS, storing changes in there as I make them to a database.
From there, I will push the changes to a remote git repo and have Jenkins automatically pick up the changes and build, test, and deploy the changes to another database. I’ll make table changes, data changes, proc changes, anything you want. Just ask.
However, that’s not all. From there, we’ll see Octopus Deploy take a package of changes and deploy them out to other environments, letting my manage and track the process with the click of a button.
I’ve been doing this demos for a few years, across multiple platforms, but never on Jenkins. However, I’m amazed that things work as smoothly here as they do with TeamCity or VSTS.
Building software is building software, including database software.
If you’ve got some time today, join me and see how easy this can be.
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