Posts Categorized in Working at Redgate

At Redgate, we create ingeniously simple software used by over 800,000 IT professionals, and we’re the leading Microsoft SQL Server tools vendor. We enjoy it too. It’s what makes coming to work challenging as well as rewarding. Our philosophy is to design highly usable, reliable tools which elegantly solve the problems developers and DBAs face every day, and help them to adopt database DevOps. As a result, more than 100,000 companies use products like the Redgate SQL Toolbelt, including 91% of those in the Fortune 100.

20 May 2020

20 May 2020

It’s time to taste a byte of Redgate

At Redgate, we launched the Community Circle back in April as a place our customers and the Data Platform community could visit to find free resources, tips and content to help them learn, develop and keep in touch during this difficult time. It’s apparent that the world we’re now living in has changed in... Read more

3 December 2019

3 December 2019

My journey from Sales to Product Marketing

In our team’s previous blog posts, you may have read about how product marketing is set up at Redgate and why we have both Product Marketing Managers and Product Managers working together when other companies may have just one. Here, I’m hoping to give you a different perspective – that of someone who both directly... Read more

22 October 2019

22 October 2019

Building a great marketing team

When we interview marketers at Redgate, we’re often asked So, how many people work in marketing? What’s the size of the team? Redgate is getting on for 400 total employees now, and when I reply that Around 40 work in marketing, I get a pretty uniform response – That’s a lot! Often people coming... Read more

Learning from the Accelerate “Four Key Metrics”

There’s been a lot of excitement about the book Accelerate, which summarizes research from the past several years of the State of DevOps Report from DORA (which Redgate sponsors). Perhaps the most popular topic is the “four measures of software delivery performance”, sometimes called “Accelerate metrics” or simply the “four key metrics”. We’ve started... Read more