Tag Archives: Redgate

The Data Catalog from Redgate

One of the important tasks that is needed for any organization that wants to better protect their sensitive data is some sort of list of what data is sensitive. Often we might assume all data matters, in which case we … Continue reading

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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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Adding SQL Search to Azure Data Studio

There are a limited number of extensions available for Azure Data Studio (ADS), but one that came out early is SQL Search. This is highlighted as a recommended extension from Microsoft. Redgate worked with them early on in the lifecycle … Continue reading

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Time for SQL in the City Summit–Chicago

This week is the last live SQL in the City Summit this year. It’s this Friday at the Microsoft office in Chicago, and if you’re nearby, you can still register with “stevejones” as the code. We’ve presented this program in … Continue reading

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Quick PoSh SQL Provision Databases for New Developers

As part of some presentation work, I wanted to demonstrate some onboarding of new developers. To that end, as part of a demo, I wanted to build a script that would take a few parameters and generate some SQL Provision … Continue reading

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Redgate Releases Sept 2018–Practicing DevOps

At Redgate, we build tools to help you build software in the entire DevOps cycle. In fact, I love this new graphic that shows the areas that we focus on in the entire software development cycle. We don’t just preach … Continue reading

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What is Projectsv13 in SQL Change Automation?

I got this question recently from someone that was evaluating the SQL Change Automation client in Visual Studio. After setting up a new PoC (Proof of Concept), they were confused about why there is a new entry in their list … Continue reading

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Learn about SQL Source Control in Redgate University

I love the SQL Source Control product from Redgate. It’s not perfect, and it can be slow to run at times, but the simplicity of what it does, of getting my code quickly and easily to a VCS is fantastic. … Continue reading

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SQL in the City Summits–Coming to New York, London, and Chicago

I love New York. Every time I get to travel to the city, I get excited and look forward to the trip. I was able to spend a night in Brooklyn earlier this year, touring a college with my daughter. … Continue reading

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Redgate University is Growing

There isn’t a degree to be gained, but you can get a lot of information about Redgate products at Redgate University. This is the place to learn how to best use the products. This is a work in progress and … Continue reading

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