SQL Saturday is coming to Cambridge on 10 September

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SQL Saturday #520 arrives in Cambridge on Saturday, 10 September, and we’re delighted to be sponsoring the event. This year, 30 speakers including some familiar faces will be coming to the city from all over the world. The conference run by SQLCambs consists of a free day of training for technology professionals, covering a... read more

What is SQL Clone and why are we building it?

If you’ve ever worked in a team that uses a shared database for development, testing or UAT, you’ll appreciate some of the frustrations in simply ‘getting stuff done’. And you’ll be all too familiar with the reasons why… contentions for resources, overlap between projects, inconsistent environment states, and dependencies on other team members to... read more

What could sponsorship add to your usergroup, meeting or event?

Ever since Redgate was founded, we’ve sponsored user groups and events because we think it’s important communities are able to get together to learn, connect, and develop. This year alone, we’ve already supported 126 leaders, providing sponsorship to help them host meetings for communities all over the world. Wherever they are, those user groups,... read more

Get a sneak peek of the new SQL Monitor

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If you download the latest release of SQL Monitor, you’ll notice something a little different when you go to Server Overviews. We’re giving users the opportunity to try out the new Server Overview page that will be available in version 6.0, released later this year. The current page is still there but you can... read more

Why Support AND Upgrades matter

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Do you like the reassurance that a support engineer is only a phone call away when something goes wrong? When disaster strikes, it’s good to know there’s a capable person to hand who can help save your bacon. A support contract is a no-brainer for most organizations when they buy tools for SQL Server.... read more