Tag Archives: Redgate

Looking Back at the SQL Clone Launch(es)

Yesterday was the SQL Clone launch livestream from the Redgate office in Cambridge, UK. I flew over on Monday, along with Grant Fritchey, to help broadcast a few sessions about the product. I’ve been excited to see SQL Clone for … Continue reading

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Launching Products

Over the years I’ve seen a lot of products launched. I still remember the fanfare around Windows 95, and the efforts to make this an event of sorts, back when virtual events didn’t make sense. There have been a few … Continue reading

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The Livestream Product Launch

SQL in the City Streamed in 2016 was a success, with lots of feedback that people enjoyed the sessions and format. With the release of SQL Clone, we’ve decided to do it again. The SQL Clone Product Launch Live Stream … Continue reading

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Dots, Skills, and SQL Clone: A Contest from Redgate

Redgate just launched SQL Clone, a new product that can provision copies of databases in seconds. By copies, I mean full sized, up to 2TB copies of your database, each separate and isolated, and built in seconds. What’s even more … Continue reading

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How Do You Use SQL Clone?

On Monday, Redgate released v1.0 of SQL Clone, and I’m excited that the product is finally available. I’m excited because this has been a long time coming, but it’s worth the wait. You can certainly download SQL Clone and try … Continue reading

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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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