8 September 2016

8 September 2016

3 ways to get hands-on with DLM

Most people involved in database development would agree Database Lifecycle Management (DLM) is a good idea. When implemented correctly, you get a reliable, repeatable and predictable way of delivering database changes and minimize much of the deployment pain associated with manual processes. So why isn’t everyone doing it already? Well, because putting it into... Read more

8 September 2016

8 September 2016

FREE LUNCH!

For a time in the late 1800s in America, the offer of a FREE LUNCH! was a way to entice people into a bar. Get some free food, you only have to buy one drink. In short, the food wasn’t free, and it led to the famous saying, There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch... Read more

1 September 2016

1 September 2016

Redgate’s top tips for PASS Summit 2016

#1 Get registered If you haven’t already registered for PASS Summit 2016 and the opportunity to meet the people from Redgate face to face, now’s the time. Use our special discount code REDGSILVDR to save $150 on your registration and, if you still need convincing, check out the links in my earlier PASS Summit... Read more

15 August 2016

15 August 2016

What is SQL Clone and why are we building it?

If you’ve ever worked in a team that uses a shared database for development, testing or UAT, you’ll appreciate some of the frustrations in simply ‘getting stuff done’. And you’ll be all too familiar with the reasons why… contentions for resources, overlap between projects, inconsistent environment states, and dependencies on other team members to... Read more

15 August 2016

15 August 2016

SQL Compare – why the UI?

Back in June, I shared the exciting news that SQL Compare 12 and SQL Data Compare 12 had been released to beta. It’s been a couple months and the good news is, both new versions are available as Frequent Updates. What we didn’t explain, though, is why we’re making the changes, and why we’re doing it now.... Read more

28 July 2016

28 July 2016

Get a sneak peek of the new SQL Monitor

If you download the latest release of SQL Monitor, you’ll notice something a little different when you go to Server Overviews. We’re giving users the opportunity to try out the new Server Overview page that will be available in version 6.0, released later this year. The current page is still there but you can... Read more

28 July 2016

28 July 2016

Database automation made easier

Last week saw the release of DLM Automation – a new improved version of our database automation offering. So what’s changed? DLM Automation combines all the functionality of its predecessors, SQL CI and SQL Release, in one unified tool. This means you now only need to install one product in order to set up... Read more