Posts Categorized in Database development

As more and more software development moves towards devops processes, it’s important to bring the database along too. At Redgate, we’re making it possible with a suite of database development tools that plug into and integrate with the software used in application development. The result? DevOps for the database has become a reality.

17 March 2020

17 March 2020

A message from our CEO about COVID-19

As the impact of COVID-19 increases across the globe, I wanted to explain the steps we’re taking to ensure continuity of customer service during the coming weeks. We aim to maintain the level of service that our customers expect from Redgate, as well as ensure that we keep our people safe. Additionally, we want... Read more

9 March 2020

9 March 2020

Cloud migration: 5 common traps and how to avoid them

For most organizations, migrating to the cloud happens in four broad phases. First, there’s the opportunistic phase: skunkworks projects and new systems start to use public cloud, with or without the blessing of corporate IT. Next there’s the cloud-first stage. Early cloud projects are performing well, so new ones are deployed there as a... Read more

2 March 2020

2 March 2020

How to design an automated database deployment process

For many companies and organizations, automated database deployments are the final piece of the Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery puzzle They need to go from deployments that take hours down to minutes. I know from personal experience that it can take many attempts to successfully automate database deployments and the failures aren’t because of... Read more

17 November 2019

17 November 2019

Server Estate Management early access program

In Redgate’s R& D Division, Foundry, we’ve been looking into ways to help you manage your server estate more efficiently. Our goal is to provide a single source of truth about what’s happening in your estate so that you can be more proactive in delivering the best service possible to your customers. We’ve now... Read more

5 November 2019

5 November 2019

The value of monitoring at BMW

A while ago, James King of Redgate spoke to Tony Madonna, the Microsoft Platform Lead and SQL Enterprise Architect at BMW about the growing SQL Server estate at the car manufacturer, and how and why monitoring such a large estate is so important.  The conversation was recorded and the video above is on... Read more