It’s never been easier for people in your organization to spin up servers and databases at will, meaning your organization can move faster. But it’s also getting more difficult to make sure those assets turn up on your radar to be able to look after them.
The aim of this research project is to understand the consequences of not knowing what assets make up your SQL Server estate (for you and for your organisation), and to learn more about how we could help contribute towards your strategies for dealing with this problem.
Today, the issue of data security is becoming more prevalent. Meeting regulations, both existing and new consumes time in IT departments.
We’re researching the way that these requirements impact on your development and data management practises. Our aim is to understand how Redgate technology could improve the way your organisation prepares for, and carries out audit activities.
Easily migrate data from an on-premise SQL Server into Azure SQL Data Warehouse. Data Platform Studio makes your first data migration into Azure SQL Data Warehouse simple. We make intelligent choices that guarantee your data is migrated successfully first time.
That's less time worrying about migrating data and more time to evaluate Azure SQL Data Warehouse.
03.Jun.2016 🚀 Beta launched!
Anyone with an Azure account can now use DPS to upload an on-premise SQL Server database to Azure SQL Data Warehouse.
Give it a try and let us know what you think...Begin an upload
Foundry is Redgate's product research and development division. Based in Cambridge, UK, we're responsible for delivering the newest products and technology for professionals using the Microsoft Data Platform.
Projects in Foundry begin life in different ways. Sometime they're things we've been thinking about for a while, sometimes it's a request we've heard from our customers and sometimes it's just some great new technology we want to try out.
Each project progresses through Foundry's four-stage product development process. At each stage the Foundry team is exploring the scope and potential for Redgate to develop a product.
In this phase we're usually trying to wrap our heads around concepts that are new to us.
Once we've understood the scenario, we build some interactive concepts that explore potential Redgate solutions to the problems we've uncovered.
Once we're confident we've got a valid solution and a good reason to invest development effort, we create a working prototype.
When the prototype is sufficiently developed, we open up access to the product in a Beta phase. At the end of a successful Beta phase, the product graduates into Redgate's offering.