Using ReadyRoll to Automate Database Migrations

I like ReadyRoll, and this week at SQL in the City 2017, I get to show some of the product off. I’ll be doing mostly demos and coding, live, with ReadyRoll, sending my code through from development to QA to production.

Despite the power and ease with which I use SQL Compare, SQL Source Control and the DLM Automation tools, I really like the ReadyRoll paradigm. It’s not better or worse, but it’s a method I’ve been more comfortable using to deploy code to databases. It’s the type of process I’ve had to manually build in the past, but now it’s much easier with the ReadyRoll project and plugin for Visual Studio.

Join me and see how I use ReadyRoll to write code, track it, and then deploy it to various other environments.

We’re broadcasting a virtual SQL in the City this year, on December 14/15. The same content is both days, spread out to cover different time zones on each day. I hope you’ll join us and see what Redgate has in store for 2017.

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