Tag Archives: Foundry

SQL Census–From the Redgate Foundry

The Foundry at Redgate Software is our version of Microsoft Research. Kind of. We tackle some projects that are interesting and might make good products at some point, but we’re looking at the in the investigative phase. You can read … Continue reading

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More Data Masking Options from The Foundry

I’ve written about The Foundry before, a research group within Redgate Software. It’s a bit like Microsoft Research, but with a tighter focus on specific database related issues. One of the areas of investigation is data masking, which is becoming … Continue reading

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The Foundry–Data Masking Research

For most of the time I’ve been working for Redgate, we’ve had some sort of R&D group that tries out new ideas. Over the years we’ve done this in a few ways, evolving things over time. I had the chance … Continue reading

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The Foundry and Data Masking

There’s a group at Redgate that investigates new ideas and products. They’re called the Foundry, and they do some cool things. One of those is work on data masking. They’ve got a whole section on the Redgate site. Check it … Continue reading

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