Tag Archives: Redgate

Exploring the Caves of Code Analysis in #SQLPrompt

I enjoy themes, and when I ran across the SQL Prompt Treasure Island, I had to take a few minutes and go through it. I wrote about a few of the items, and this post continues on with a feature … Continue reading

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Trekking Through Formatting Forest on the #SQLPrompt Treasure Map

I enjoy themes, and when I ran across the SQL Prompt Treasure Island, I had to take a few minutes and go through it. I wrote about Code Snippet Cove recently, and this post continues to move across the map. … Continue reading

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Code Snippet Cove on the #SQLPrompt Treasure Map

I’ve been away a bit in the last week with personal and family commitments. As a result, I feel a bit out of touch with work, and I have some catching up to do. However, when I ran across the … Continue reading

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The SQL Privacy Summit

This May 18th, Redgate is putting on a SQL Privacy Summit for people that are looking for solutions to help them comply with the GDPR regulations.  I’ll be heading over to participate, and I’m looking forward to hearing from customers … Continue reading

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Powershell and Data Masking with SQL Provision

Just a quick post here after the PASS Marathon Webinar during which I talked about the GDPR effects around the world. In the talk, I demo’d SQL Provision, which is SQL Clone + Data Masker for SQL Server. Someone asked … Continue reading

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Catch up on SQL in the City 2018–GDPR Edition

The videos for our SQL in the City 2018 broadcast from last month are up on the Redgate channel in a playlist. If you missed anything or would like to rewatch something, you can do it. If you’ve got questions … Continue reading

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Table Internal Sync Rule–Substituting the Sync Column

I’ve been playing with Data Masker for SQL Server v6 and it’s an interesting product. I like the way it works, but I do find it a little challenging sometimes to figure out how to mask values. I’ve written a … Continue reading

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Data Masker for SQL Server–Syncing Values Across Rows

I’ve been playing with Data Masker for SQL Server v6 and it’s an interesting product. I like the way it works, but I do find it a little challenging sometimes to figure out how to mask values. I’ve written a … Continue reading

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Virtual Data

Yesterday I republished an editorial from 2014 for the holiday. The topic was production subsets of data, which has been something that many data professionals have struggled with for years. Many of us have built scripts to delete, change, obfuscate, or alter … Continue reading

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Join me for Masking, Privacy, Protection, and Clones at SQL in the City Feb 28

Registration is open for SQL in the City 2018. Our first event is Feb 28 and I’ll be heading back to the UK for the event. This time Grant and Kathi will be there and we’ll be joined by the … Continue reading

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