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Arnie Rowland -- DevOps and Databases

  • In-Person @ Salem, Oregon, United States (map)
  • 11:30 - 13:00 Pacific Daylight Time
  • Language: English

SalemSQL Lunch & Learn
Wednesday, March 11th, 2020, 11:30 am to noon
Event Sponsored by TEKSystems
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Public Service Building
(Across the street from the state Capitol, the SE building on the Capitol Mall)
255 Capitol St NE, Salem, Oregon 97310, Basement Room A 

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<<<Download February Presentation Materials: here>>

Featured Presentation:

DevOps and Databases

Arnie Rowland, Consultant/Trainer WestCon, LLC

DevOps has quickly become one of the most effective methods of Managing and Deploying a rapid and responsive release cycle. And too often, it seems like just another 'buzzword' to understand and sort out. So just what does DevOps mean for the Database Developer and Administrator? How does it impact and change 'normal' database operations? What do you need to know? What tools and services will be required? What are the Tips and Traps for incorporating databases into a DevOps approach to deployment management?

About Arnie:
Arnie is a Microsoft Data Platform (and SQL Server) MVP (for 14 years), a Subject Matter Expert (SME) working on SQL Server training courses and the development of the Microsoft Certification Exams. He was a Microsoft Certified Trainer for over a decade, and has served a technical editor for several publishers, including multiple SQL Server titles in the Microsoft Official Curriculum, and has served as adjunct faculty at both University and Community College. Clients include Fortune 500 and Multi-National companies, Federal and State agencies, foreign governments, nationally recognized training facilities, and local enterprises –both public and private. Arnie is a Senior Moderator on the MSDN and TechNet SQL Server related Forums, a founding member of the TechNet Wiki Governing Council, founder of the Oregon SQL User group (now the Oregon Data Community), and has been a lead facilitator for SQLSaturday Oregon for the past eleven years.



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