Redgate invites senior data professionals to discuss the benefits of Compliant Database DevOps at SQL in the City Summits this October
More and more we’re hearing that senior data professionals are facing the challenge of how to balance the need to deliver software faster and cheaper, with the requirement to protect and preserve business-critical data.
At Redgate we want to support organizations on their journey to full database DevOps and, given the current concerns about data privacy, we want to help IT teams ensure their database DevOps processes are compliant with existing and emerging regulations.
To support professionals faced with these challenges, this October we’re inviting those interested in learning how their business can benefit from implementing Compliant Database DevOps to attend one of our SQL in the City Summits. If you manage SQL Server databases, or manage a team of people who do so, Redgate’s SQL in the City Summit is the conference for you.
The Summits are exclusively for C-level executives, directors, managers, senior database professionals, architects and engineers who work on the Microsoft Data Platform. Delegates will discover why DevOps has been adopted by successful organizations across various industries, and understand how their organization could benefit, and how best to implement this positive shift in their IT team.
With world-class speakers, thought-provoking sessions, engaging panel discussions, interactive workshops, keynotes, and time for networking, the Summits will support senior data professionals to adopt a Compliant Database DevOps approach to database development, while staying compliant and minimizing risk.
Join us for our exclusive Summits taking place in:
|Discover the benefits of DevOps||Hear from industry experts|
|Get inspired to implement change||Network with like-minded professionals|
The one-day Summits will each showcase how best to add value and manage risk, so that you can meet the demands of your business, better serve your customers, and keep ahead of the competition.
All delegates will be provided with a Blendology one-tap networking badge to support their discussions with fellow delegates, speakers and Redgaters. The one-tap networking badge allows delegated to simply tap their badge with another delegates’ badge in order to exchange contact details. After the event, each delegate will be able to download the contact information of everyone they have ‘tapped with’.
During the day, delegates will enjoy plenty of complimentary refreshments, and of course lunch. The Summit will finish with a drinks reception to toast the knowledge gained, and to allow for continued discussion between both speakers and delegates.
Our New York and Chicago Summit are free to attend, as they are being hosted at Microsoft Technology centers, but in order to register, you’ll need an access code. If you haven’t yet received an invite code from your Regional Account Rep, you can use the code BLOG when you register to claim your complimentary ticket.
Our London event has a £200 ticket cost associated to it, but as a Redgate blog reader you can benefit from 25% off delegate tickets (in addition to the already reduced early bird rate of £150). Just use the discount code BLOG when you register before 31 August.
Pick the Summit you’d like to attend, view schedule of sessions and the confirmed speakers, and confirm your attendance today.
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