Do you need ALM if you do not have code to write and maintain? How do you manage the unmanageable? Microsoft Dynamics CRM continues pushing towards the enterprise space, it becomes increasingly important to support the requirements of the enterprise—not only through functionality, scale, resilience, and security of the product —but also by inclusion of CRM into the enterprise development lifecycle. This session focuses on providing a coherent end-to-end approach to enterprise development for Dynamics CRM.

In fast-paced hands-on session we’re going to cover CRM solution lifecycle management including managed vs. unmanaged battle, version control of solution components, multi-regional deployment, ISV vs. Enterprise approach, to name but a few. Learn how to use Powershell-based ALM Toolkit for CRM to fully automate the solution lifecycle including provisioning of CRM organisations, deployment, data migrations and much more.​

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About the speakers

About the speakers

CRM guy

George Doubinski is a technical director of Alexanders IT where everyone sleeps and breathes Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Prior to his role at Alexanders IT, George spent many years splitting the atom, working for large insurance companies, blowing fortunes on The Next Internet Thing, coding web sites in Notepad™ and enjoying life. If you cannot find him in the Microsoft CRM forums, it must be a rare occasion when he sleeps or spends time with his family.

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