Delivering Database DevOps with Octopus Deploy and Liquibase

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Coming soon

Mike Olivas

Mike Olivas

Solutions Architet

Liquibase

Shawn Sesna

Shawn Sesna

Solutions Architect

Octopus Deploy

Most organizations have some form of automation to deliver their applications. We often see the Database lags behind and requires manual deployments to Production. In February, Bob Walker and Alex Yates presented a webinar to help you get started with Database DevOps, and in this webinar, we show you how to use Octopus and Liquibase for all of your Database DevOps needs.

Join Shawn Sesna, Solution Architect at Octopus, and Mike Olivas, a Senior Solutions Architect at Liquibase, to see both technologies in action and how they complement each other.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • About Liquibase and Octopus Deploy.
  • How to create a MongoDB and deploy to it
  • How to take a change from code through to commit to deploying in Dev, Test, and Production.

Meet the speakers

Mike Olivas

Mike Olivas

Solutions Architet – Liquibase

Mike Olivas is a Senior Solutions Architect at Liquibase. With his deep experience in cloud environments, systems, and DevOps, Mike has helped many top companies successfully implement database release automation. Over his career, he’s held roles as Software Architect, Sales Engineer, Services Engineer, and Developer. Mike has a degree in Electrical Engineering from MIT.

Shawn Sesna

Shawn Sesna

Solutions Architect – Octopus Deploy

Shawn Sesna is a Solutions Architect at Octopus Deploy. He helps our customers by providing advice, trouble-shooting features, analyzing instances, and creating examples on samples.octopus.com. He’s also written many [blog posts] (https://octopus.com/blog) on maximizing your use of Octopus Deploy. Before Octopus, Shawn was with the Washington state government for 21 years. His positions included developer, database administrator, configuration manager, and DevOps engineer. In 2015, Shawn implemented Octopus Deploy, replacing a homegrown solution he developed in C#.

Recording coming soon!