The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy of Lost Time

For century upon century, scientists, academics and plain argumentative sods have been debating, shouting and occasionally bashing each other over the heads about one of the biggest questions the galaxy faces: what came first – the sloth or the Silmarillions? You’ve probably pondered the very same question and it’s one of the many monumental... read more

Masking your on-premises database with SQL Data Mask

Things move fast in Foundry, Redgate’s research and development division. In our last update three weeks ago we announced our intention to build a version of SQL Data Mask that would mask on-premises SQL Server databases, as well as Azure SQL Databases. We’re pleased to say this version is now available. We’re working closely... read more

The language of DevOps ROI

How do you quantify the value of DevOps? The answer might depend on what value actually means for your organization, which stakeholder you’re talking to, and what type of lens they’re looking through. DevOps is clearly becoming more popular. 33% of respondents in our State of Database DevOps survey had already adopted a DevOps... read more

The countdown to Microsoft Build 2017

We’re excited to return to Microsoft Build again this year, this time in Seattle, WA. In Microsoft’s own words, Software continues to transform the world in remarkable ways and developers are at the center of it. Microsoft Build is the perfect opportunity to learn about breaking announcements and plans, and see the latest technology... read more

How my sabbatical benefited both Redgate and me

I consider myself to be really lucky to work for a company that values its employees. One of the ways it shows this is by offering staff a six week paid sabbatical for every five years we’ve worked here. Yes, you heard me right – after just five years! And yes – paid! Simon... read more