Monthly Archives: October 2018

Republish: Can Auditing Fail?

I’m in Chicago at the SQL in the City Summit. Therefore, republishing Can Auditing Fail? as I won’t be online.

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Rolling Back Migrations

I happen to be a fan of database migrations as a way of making and deploying database changes. This is an approach that tracks each of the scripts run by developers in their working environments and the replays these scripts … Continue reading

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Data Classification in SQL Server 2019

One of the areas that Redgate is working on is making data classification easier. Microsoft added some capabilities to SSMS 17.5 and Redgate has an EAP out for the next version of our data catalog tool. Azure SQL Database has … Continue reading

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Webinar: The end of support for SQL Server 2008

Coeo is a partner with Redgate Software. Tomorrow they are hosting a webinar on what your position will be if you are still running SQL Server 2008 or R2 now. Extended support ends next year and now is the time … Continue reading

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