Redgate drives up database coding standards with new release

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In a move to help organizations establish, share and raise SQL coding standards, Redgate has released a new version of its popular SQL Prompt tool. The plug-in for SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio has been further developed to expand its code analysis capability, and help improve code quality.

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Database DevOps, it’s now ‘a thing’

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Among all the DevOps subsets, database DevOps is emerging with Redgate Software, Microsoft SQL Server tools vendor, firmly in its camp. Their proactive monitoring tool, SQL Monitor, examines a database and provides performance diagnostics, which is of growing importance as development shops are shifting from occasional big deployments to constant smaller ones.

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Redgate Software improves DevOps offering

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Redgate is updating its SQL Monitor solution, adding capabilities that allow it to integrate with the deployment tools in Redgate’s portfolio. While the deployment integration is a leading feature of SQL Monitor v8, the new performance diagnostics and the ability to proactively manage large environments will also appeal to every user.

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Latest awards confirm Redgate as leading vendor in SQL Server database development

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Redgate Software. which has become the biggest Microsoft SQL Server tools vendor, has seen its ongoing commitment to database development recognized in a major awards ceremony. In the recent Visual Studio Magazine Reader’s Choice Awards, Redgate won gold, silver and bronze awards across five categories, building on its success in earlier years.

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Putting data at the heart of DevOps

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Competing in today’s digital world has lead to increasing adoption of DevOps, which removes silos to make application delivery more predictive. However, this depends on databases being incorporated into the DevOps process so they do not become a bottleneck. Findings from research conducted by Redgate outline how database DevOps is relevant to all businesses.

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You’re ready for DevOps – but is your workplace?

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In order to adopt DevOps, organizations must embrace the openness it requires, encourage experimentation and innovation, and work across departmental silos. You may be ready to encourage collaboration and communication, but what if your company culture isn’t? Here’s how you can influence your organizational dynamics to lay the groundwork for DevOps.

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