Learning and sharing is at the heart of Redgate

So whether you want to meet us at an event, join an online community, or immerse yourself in a book, we're here to help.

Events & User Groups

Redgate hosts and supports a range of events, from tradeshows and conferences with thousands of attendees, to community events with anywhere from hundreds to a handful.

You'll find us out and about in the US, Europe, and UK this year.

We also sponsor communities all over the world that focus on Microsoft's Data Platform. They normally meet once or twice a month and have activities and events ranging from guest speakers and discussions to technical demonstrations.

If you run a user group or event that brings the Data Platform community together, find out how Redgate can support you.

Friends of Redgate

The Friends of Redgate program is for active and influential community members, as well as SQL Server, .NET, and ALM MVPs. They help us out by evaluating our tools, writing articles, and speaking on our behalf at events.

Find out more

Are you a Microsoft MVP?

If you want to try out our tools, we can provide you with free NFR licenses

To claim them, email with your name, contact number, and address, plus a link to your MVP profile and the details of the tools you're interested in.

Online Communities

Online Communities

Simple Talk

Simple Talk is the technical journal for Microsoft technology professionals. It provides in-depth technical articles, opinions, and commentary to more than 400,000 subscribers.

Sign up to get full, free access to straightforward and practical technical articles on SQL Server and .NET, including a twice-monthly newsletter.

Join the Simple Talk community

SQL Server Central is the leading education and community site for SQL Server. It has over 1,400,000 registered members and counting.

You'll find articles, forums, scripts, blogs, training videos, puzzles, and more, including a daily newsletter, with podcast, from editor Steve Jones.

Read the latest articles

Ask SQL Server Central – Q&As for all things SQL Server. Ask, answer, comment, and vote, to help the community find the best answers to SQL Server conundrums.

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