Redgate archived news from 2005


Redgate Software announces that ANTS Profiler supports Visual Studio 2005 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0.

Redgate Software announces that its complete line of SQL products will fully support Microsoft SQL Server 2005.

SQL Packager wins best SQL Server migration tool in the annual SQL Server Magazine Readers' Choice Awards.

SQL Log Rescue, a tool for viewing and recovering lost SQL Server data, has been released.

SQL Bundle Developer Edition wins a Best of Tech Ed award in the Database Development category.

ANTS Profiler 2.5 is released, including support for Visual Studio .NET 2005. Speed of performance profiling is doubled and you can now profile Windows services and all versions of ASP.NET.

Brad McGehee, SQL Server MVP and author on SQL-Server-Performance.Com, interviews Redgate's Marketing Director about his thoughts and views on major trends in the SQL Server market.

Steve Jones at SQL Server Central interviews Redgate's Simon Galbraith about his current views on the industry.

Redgate launches a new website, Simple Talk, as an industry service. The site offers in-depth technical articles and opinion pieces on SQL Server and .NET technologies.

Redgate releases SQL Backup, for compressed and encrypted SQL Server database backups.

Redgate's Andras Belokosztolszki has an article published in SQL Server Magazine: Semantic Heterogeneity Spells Trouble (log on required to view full article).

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