Tag Archives: Redgate

Static Code Analysis Feedback for Operations with SQL Monitor

One of the challenges with managing a production database is that the code that gets deployed sometimes causes lots of problems. Often a production DBA or sysadmin gets called about problems that they didn’t cause, and can’t necessarily fix. Helping … Continue reading

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Help Build an Amazing Summit in 2021

For a good portion of my career, I’ve been going to the annual Summit in the fall with lots of my fellow SQL Server/Data Platform professionals. I have been to 16 or 17 before last fall’s virtual one. This year, … Continue reading

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Running Scripts in Parallel with SQL Multi Script

One of the lesser known tools in the Redgate Toolbelt is SQL Multi Script. While few customers used it, those that did loved it, as it solves a problem that many people have: deploying a script to a lot of … Continue reading

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Filtering SQL Compare to a Schema

One of the things that numerous clients have some to Redgate about is allowing a team of developers to work on a single shared database without creating conflicts. While this isn’t necessarily a simple thing to do, it is easy … Continue reading

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