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Containers, Kubernetes, and SQL Server

Abstract: Containers and Kubernetes have become buzzwords in the application development world, but how do these technologies fit with SQL Server? This session will discuss the basics of containers and Kubernetes and explain how we can use containers with databases … Continue reading

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Manual v Automation

I’ve got my work cut out for me. This week is SQL in the City 2017. One of the sessions I need to present is a Manual DBA database deployment against an automated CI/CD process with the Redgate tools. To … Continue reading

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Bringing DevOps to the Database

Abstract: DevOps is a hot topic in today’s software development world. However most of the knowledge and experience with DevOps is based around application software and ignores the database. We will examine how the concepts and principles of DevOps can … Continue reading

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Testing T-SQL Made Easy

Abstract: Everyone tests that code, but most people run a query, execute a procedure and run another query. This ad hoc, non-repeatable testing isn’t reliable, and encourages regression bugs. In this session you will learn how to begin introducing testing … Continue reading

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