Update on user account licensing

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A few months ago, we told you about some upcoming changes to our licensing system to make using and managing our products a lot easier. Since then we’ve incorporated user account licensing into the latest versions of several Redgate products (SQL Compare, SQL Data Compare, SQL Source Control, SQL Data Generator, SQL Dependency Tracker, SQL Doc,... read more

SQL Compare v12 has landed! New look, support, and foundations for the future

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I’m delighted to announce the stable release of SQL Compare and SQL Data Compare 12. We’ve spent hours, days, and months on development, including a beta program and Frequent Updates release to gather and incorporate user feedback along the way. Both releases are packed with a brand new user interface, support for SQL Server 2016... read more

3 ways to get hands-on with DLM

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Most people involved in database development would agree Database Lifecycle Management (DLM) is a good idea. When implemented correctly, you get a reliable, repeatable and predictable way of delivering database changes and minimize much of the deployment pain associated with manual processes. So why isn’t everyone doing it already? Well, because putting it into... read more

FREE LUNCH!

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For a time in the late 1800s in America, the offer of a FREE LUNCH! was a way to entice people into a bar. Get some free food, you only have to buy one drink. In short, the food wasn’t free, and it led to the famous saying, There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch... read more