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At Redgate, we make products for the Microsoft data platform. More than 100,000 companies use those products, including 91% of companies in the Fortune 100. We’re constantly developing new software and new features for our current software. This is the place to read about the latest developments.

Masking your on-premises database with SQL Data Mask

Things move fast in Foundry, Redgate’s research and development division. In our last update three weeks ago we announced our intention to build a version of SQL Data Mask that would mask on-premises SQL Server databases, as well as Azure SQL Databases. We’re pleased to say this version is now available. We’re working closely... read more

The countdown to Microsoft Build 2017

We’re excited to return to Microsoft Build again this year, this time in Seattle, WA. In Microsoft’s own words, Software continues to transform the world in remarkable ways and developers are at the center of it. Microsoft Build is the perfect opportunity to learn about breaking announcements and plans, and see the latest technology... read more

Using striped backups with SQL Clone

If you’re a Redgate SQL Backup customer, occasionally you’ll need to convert your SQL Backup (.sqb) files to the native SQL Server backup format (.bak), perhaps to perform native database restores on a server where SQL Backup isn’t installed. This produces a striped backup, because each thread used when making the backup will produce... read more

Why people flocked to the SQL Clone live stream event

Live streaming events is something that’s rather new to Redgate, the first one being SQL in the City back in December, which was a great success. So with the launch of our new tool SQL Clone looming, we thought we’d do it again. There’s good reason too. While meeting people face-to-face at events is... read more

Why is my clone so small?

If you have a very large database, up to 2TB in size, SQL Clone will let you copy, or ‘clone’, that database many times, very quickly, making the full database available in multiple SQL Server instances across your development and test environments. And yet in each of these instances, the cloned database takes up... read more