Making Deployments Easy With SQLCMD
How do you deploy your SQL scripts across environments? If you run them individually or have no process this is just the session for you. Primarily aimed at developers but also useful for DBAs, this session will explain ways in which the SQLCMD utility can be used to improve the SQL script deployment process across environments. The type of script doesn't matter – table, stored procedure, function, DDL – you can package them all up and execute them with a single command.
If you are interested in learning more about the SQLCMD utility or just want some ideas on how your deployment process can be improved, this could the session you've been looking for.
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Mike is a SQL Server development specialist and holds all three MCITPs for SQL Server 2008 (plans are afoot to upgrade these to 2014!). He doesn’t stick to SQL Server and has been known to develop .NET applications, Web sites, and even iOS apps. Mike specialises in simplifying development processes for large organisations, primarily so he can help developers avoid turning into Dilbert.
Since entering the working world in 1999 Mike has worked with companies large and small to develop and deliver all manner of systems, from tiny Web sites to enterprise class applications. He’s worked with Barclays, National Australian Bank, Everything Everywhere, Lloyds, and Experian.
Mike runs his own consultancy, McQTech, and is currently working on an iOS development book with a difference. He has had articles published on SQL Server Central and Mobiforge.
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