Tag Archives: Redgate

DevOps Webinar Tomorrow

A quick reminder that tomorrow, Feb 21 at 12pm EST, I’ll be hosting another DevOps, Database Lifecycle Management (DLM) webinar. Together with Arneh Eskandari, we’ll show how we can each make changes to our own database, push the changes to … Continue reading

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SQL Clone and Encryption

I’ve been testing and working with SQL Clone for the last few months, trying to help the devs at Redgate ensure this product is ready to go when it’s released. I’ve written a few pieces on this blog, and I’ve … 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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Disabling #sqlprompt Formatting

I love SQL Prompt, especially the new formatting engine. However, it’s not perfect, and there are times I don’t want code reformatted. One great example is when I write INSERT statements. Here’s what I might write: INSERT dbo.Payments_A   ( … Continue reading

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Useful #SQLPrompt Tips

One of the tools that Redgate write is SQL Prompt. This might be my favorite product, and I’m constantly impressed by the improvements that the dev team releases. In fact, I’m also impressed by the rate at which they produce … Continue reading

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Quick SQL CLone Support

I have been playing with SQL Clone for a few weeks now and liking the product. I’m looking forward to using this more and more, especially for testing ideas in development. However, there are times I have questions or am … Continue reading

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Getting My Alias in #SQLPrompt

I got a tweet after my SQL Prompt formatting piece that said a user would be interested in upgrading from v5 if “as ‘Alias’” was transformed into “’Alias’ = “. Well, in v7.3, this is in there, and I didn’t … Continue reading

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Reminder: Extending DevOps Practices to SQL Server Databases with Redgate

I’m hosting a  new webinar on the DLM tools from Redgate Software and database DevOps. Tomorrow, Tues, Jan 17, at noon EST, Arneh Eskandari, a great sales engineer, will be demoing the tools and techniques to deploy changes. You can … Continue reading

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The Top 20 SQL Toolbelt Tips

Redgate produces some great software, and I’m glad that I get to use all of them as a developer and DBA. I use many of the tools each week, some daily, but I constantly find that there are plenty of … Continue reading

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Installing the SQL Clone Agent and the VC++ Runtime

I was trying to get SQL Clone working recently and had an issue with the Agent. If you haven’t looked at SQL Clone, it’s a really cool product from Redgate that’s in beta right now. It will help you build … Continue reading

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