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Data and DevOps Predictions for 2022

All the Advocates at Redgate (Kathi, Grant, myself) got asked about some of the future predictions we might have, based on some of the data from The 2021 State of Database DevOps and The 2021 State of Database Monitoring. We … Continue reading

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Tagging in SQL Monitor

For many of us, we’ve learned over time that we need to filter out the amount of things that we deal with in an given situation. We certainly often do this in queries with a WHERE clause. While plenty of … Continue reading

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Redgate’s Pre-con at the 2021 PASS Data Community Summit

I was fortunate to present a pre-con at the PASS Summit alongside Kendra Little in 2019. That was the last in person event, and I really enjoyed the session. I”m not presenting a pre-con this year, but I am part … Continue reading

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Using SQL Data Compare with Joins

Recently a customer was asking about how they could move data with SQL Data Compare from one server to another. In this case, the customer had a complex join and WHERE clause they wanted to use with SQL Data Compare. … Continue reading

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