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12-14 September, 2024

Days of Knowledge Americas 2024

Days of Knowledge is a Directions for Partners event focused on educating consultants and developers, sharing knowledge, and upgrading Business Central professionals to enable quality customer solutions. Training and acquiring knowledge are the magic words at Days of Knowledge. 

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09-14-2024

Why you should use a managed DevOps solution

02:25 PM - 03:10 PM Developer Room Back to event schedule

Around 50% of our partners are still using self-made DevOps solutions, based on BcContainerHelper and Docker. This session will be an interactive session (roundtable), where we will be requesting your participation/feedback in discussions. If you are using a self-made DevOps solution, then join this roundtable to learn more about the changes which are coming your way. If you are using a managed DevOps solution (like AL-Go for GitHub, ALOps or Alpaca), then join this roundtable to discuss and provide feedback on how we can evolve these solutions going forward.

Speakers:

Eric "waldo" Wauters

"Because you can doesn't mean you should"

Eric “waldo” Wauters Eric is one of the founding partners of iFacto Business Solutions and Dynex bv. With his 21 years of technical expertise, he is an everyday inspiration to its development teams.  As development manager he continually acts upon the technical readiness of iFacto and Dynex.     Apart from that, Eric is also very active in BC community, where he tries to solve technical issues and shares his knowledge with other Dynamics enthusiasts. Surely, a lot amongst you will have read some of Eric’s posts, which he invariably signs with “waldo”. Lots of people have been using and even contributing to tools he shares for free on github. His proven track record entitled him to be awarded since 2007 as MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional).

Freddy Kristiansen

Technical Evangelist, Microsoft

Freddy is the Lead for the Business Central MVP group and is trying to make sure that our Most Valuable Professionals gets the information, love and attention they need to assist and make sure we have a good and vibrant community around Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Freddy is responsible for everything around Docker, the BcContainerHelper PowerShell module and our plug-and-play DevOps solution AL-Go for GitHub, which can help partners and customers to run their DevOps processes without the need of a DevOps engineer. All these offerings are open source and Freddy uses among other things his blog (https://freddysblog.com) to evangelize these areas to the community.