New UI to enhance usability. New migrations support, compatible with SQL Source Control 5.
Initial support for SQL Server 2016 and Azure SQL Database V12.
Support for TFS 2015 and Subversion 1.9. Improved performance when detecting changes to stored procedures, tables, and indexes.
SQL Server 2016, SSMS 2016 support. Improvements to migrations – read more.
SQL CI and SQL Release merged into one product, with enhanced PowerShell capabilities allowing customized deployment workflows.
SQL Server 2016 support, with improved support for Always On Availability Groups, including backups from a ReadOnly secondary replica.
Support for Email Encryption in server options. Improved support for removable storage media. Support for multiple
DATETIMEs. Support for .NET 4 and .NET 3.5. UI update.
Performance improvements to analysis views.
UI now appears in a tab window in SQL Server Management Studio. SQL Server 2016 support.
IDENTITY columns can now be populated from a source table or with default values, to help with data masking.
Updated UI. Switch between products easily, taking context with you, when used as part of the SQL Toolbelt. SQL Multi Script now saves projects.