I am presenting at extremeCRM 2014 Barcelona
eXtremeCRM is the hub where Microsoft Dynamics CRM partners come together to forge business relationships, gain knowledge from real-world experiences and dive deep into current and future technologies. For Microsoft Dynamics CRM partner organizations, it is the annual conference to attend to nurture best practices, facilitate business growth, and educate each organization member. The highly anticipated conference will be held in Barcelona, Spain, 9 – 12 February, 2014.
Join me on Tuesday 11 Feb at 16:45 in room H3 for my session on “Continuous Delivery – Deliver CRM More Frequently in a Consistent and Reliable Way“. Summary of the session below. You can find all the details in here.
“In this session I will show you what it takes to achieve Continuous Delivery in an enterprise environment through automating the build, deployment and testing of your CRM solutions. I will include a demo of an end to end journey of taking a requirement from definition all the way into production using the latest Automation Tools and best practices (Team Foundation Server 2013, Release Management for Visual Studio, PowerShell & xRM CI Framework for Dynamics CRM 2013). I will discuss suitable implementation options for your target infrastructure to cover on-premise and cloud implementation.
This session will be particularly useful for delivering Dynamics CRM into organizations where there is demand for quick results, quality, efficiency, controlled processes and audit.”
Looking forward to seeing you all in there. Don’t forget to take a look at the full Agenda in here.
Posted on January 27, 2014, in CRM 2013, Dynamics CRM, extremeCRM, xRM CI Framework and tagged Automated Builds, Automated Deployments, CI, Continuous Delivery, Continuous Integraiton, CRM 2013, extremeCRM, PowerShell, TFS, TFS Online. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.