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.

5 November 2015

5 November 2015

Higher database limit in DLM Dashboard

We’re pleased to announce that you can now monitor more databases in DLM Dashboard. The latest version, 1.6.2, supports up to 50 databases! Higher database limit was one of the most requested features on UserVoice. Along with the ability to exclude changes using filters, and the option to restrict access to the tool through permissions, we’ve... Read more

DLM Dashboard as a team tool

DLM Dashboard is a great collaborative tool, which integrates with lots of different services. However, some teams told us that they couldn’t use DLM Dashboard without support for users and permissions. Previously, access to DLM Dashboard was entirely unrestricted. Essentially, all users were given administrator permissions. As the tool grew in popularity, we started... Read more

3 June 2015

3 June 2015

Why our customers are ready for ReadyRoll

We’ve just finished the acquisition of ReadyRoll, a database migrations and deployment tool that makes it easy for software teams to develop SQL Server databases within Visual Studio. That’s the headline news, but why did we do it, and are our customers really ready for it? I’ll answer the second question first. Yes. With... Read more

8 April 2015

8 April 2015

Organizing databases on the DLM Dashboard

Hopefully you’ve already heard about DLM Dashboard?  It’s Redgate’s new free tool for helping anyone who’s responsible for knowing what database schema is deployed where.  If you hadn’t heard of it please feel free to download it, set it up, and come back to reading this post in about half an hour… Back with... Read more

27 March 2015

27 March 2015

Customer-specific database deployments

A question we often get asked is how to deploy specific variations of a database to different customers. Or how to deploy different static configuration data to each customer, and how to version control, test and deploy this per customer in an automated way. In the post below I’m going to run through an... Read more