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Ryan Booz

Redgate Software

Ryan is an Advocate at Redgate focusing on PostgreSQL. Ryan has been working as a PostgreSQL advocate, developer, DBA and product manager for more than 20 years, primarily working with time-series data on PostgreSQL and the Microsoft Data Platform.

Ryan is a long-time DBA, starting with MySQL and Postgres in the late 90s. He spent more than 15 years working with SQL Server before returning to PostgreSQL full-time in 2018. He’s at the top of his game when he's learning something new about the data platform or teaching others about the technology he loves.

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Whether you are the DBA for an agile, sprint-based team, or a developer with DBA responsibilities, you may feel like there are development bottlenecks at every turn.

Managing migrations with your ORM of choice is easy but often highly manual, error-prone and hard to manage as the project grows. Or worse yet, maybe your schema and change management consists of poorly commented SQL scripts saved to a shared folder or local drive. Surely there's a more efficient, SQL-centric way to seamlessly manage databases as code, test and validate changes, and deploy successful updates - right? Yes, there is!

This session will demonstrate how Redgate Flyway and Redgate Test Data Manager harness the power of automation and standardization to help you build successful, repeatable, and consistent deployments. Using ephemeral clones of masked, production-like data, developers can spin up their own instances in seconds, regardless of how big the original database is. The same is true for testers and CI/CD pipelines, transforming the entire deployment pipeline to ensure database modifications perform as expected under any circumstance.

Join us to learn how Redgate Test Data Manager and Redgate Flyway can help you deliver consistent, quality deployments today.

2024 April 18 15:10 PDT
50 min
Postgres Conference 2024