Tag Archives: Redgate

How Mature are you in Database DevOps?

I remember seeing the Carnegie Mellon Software Capability  Maturity Model (CMM) when I was in university. It was fascinating, and I was sure this was the way to write software. Across many jobs and many years, I realized that few … Continue reading

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What’s a SQL Compare Snapshot?

I saw a short video from Grant Fritchey on the Redgate channel that shows how to cerate a snapshot in SQL Compare. I think snapshots are great, and there are lots of uses (more on that later), but I do … Continue reading

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Multi Script Removes 25 Database Limit

I woke up to a Slack message that alerted me to a post in one of our channels. An engineer noted that SQL Multi Script was being upgraded today, releasing to all channels with v 1.3.3. The post alerted me … Continue reading

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A Trip Across the Pond for the Community Hub

The Redgate Community Hub is out, and people are starting to use it. It’s a an idea that we think will provide our customers, and potential customers, a better way to learn about our products, get information, and learn from … Continue reading

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Livestreaming the Redgate Hub for the US

The Livestream launch for the Redgate Community Hub is next Wednesday, Sept 6, 2017. To ensure that our customers and friends in the US and the rest of the this hemisphere can enjoy the festivities, we are broadcasting at 8pm … Continue reading

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The Redgate Hub

It’s live, but we are having a livestream event to launch this officially to the world. On September 6, 2017, I’ll be in Cambridge at the Redgate office to host a live event. Register today and join us for one … Continue reading

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The Second Best Job

I think I have one of the best jobs in the world. I get to run SQLServerCentral, focusing on the Microsoft Data Platform, writing articles, experimenting with technology, speaking at events, and more, all with a bit of autonomy. I’ve … Continue reading

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More Data Masking Options from The Foundry

I’ve written about The Foundry before, a research group within Redgate Software. It’s a bit like Microsoft Research, but with a tighter focus on specific database related issues. One of the areas of investigation is data masking, which is becoming … Continue reading

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Still time to enter the SQL Clone contest

You could win an Amazon Echo from Redgate. Our contest is still open for a few days, so post a comment on my blog and take your chances. I’ll be picking from the comments next week.

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What’s Next for SQL Clone?

I think SQL Clone is a useful, handy product. It’s what I’ve needed in a number of organizations, or it’s what would have saved us (literally), $100,000s of dollars by avoiding larger SANs with snapshot technology. At one company, we … Continue reading

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