Redgate archived news from 2006


Redgate Software releases the SQL Toolbelt, an annual subscription which gives developers and DBAs access to all of the company's award-winning SQL Server tools.

Redgate Software releases SQL Doc, a tool which transforms the hours-long task of database documentation into a simple point-and-click procedure that can be finished in less than a minute.

Redgate Software releases SQL Backup Lite, a low-cost version of its best-selling SQL Backup tool.

Redgate Software releases SQL Refactor, a software add-in to SQL Server Management Studio that provides database refactoring for the first time in SQL Server.

Redgate Software achieves 16th-place ranking in the Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100.

Redgate Software releases ANTS Profiler 2.7, a more accurate, faster, and easier to use version than its predecessor. ANTS Profiler 2.7 allows users to run profiling on the betas of Windows Vista.

Redgate Software launches the new and improved Simple Talk website, which already sees subscription levels reaching the 74,000 mark.

Redgate is exhibiting at Tech Ed 2006 in Boston and announces that it is set to launch, at the end of the month, the new SQL Backup Pro 4.5 supporting 64-bit servers.

Redgate releases SQL Dependency Tracker, a completely new tool for graphically tracking SQL Server object dependencies.

Redgate acquires SQL Prompt from Atadore and releases SQL Prompt 2.0 free of charge.

Redgate releases SQL Bundle 5.0 with Pro versions of SQL Compare, SQL Data Compare and SQL Packager.

Redgate Software wins the "Business of the Year Award" run by the Cambridge Evening News.

Redgate releases SQL Bundle 4.1 with full support for SQL Server 2005.

Redgate releases DTS Package Compare 2.0 for fast comparisons of complex DTS packages.

Redgate Software releases SQL Backup Pro Edition, providing high-performance backup and recovery for enterprise-level SQL Server implementations.

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