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Redgate need users looking to do CI/CD for Oracle Databases

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Are you working with Oracle databases or know somebody that is? Does a company or client that you are working with also have an Oracle counterpart? If so, we want to talk to you/them about how they are currently working. We are currently running an Early Access Program (EAP) for a migrations-based solution for Oracle users. Sign up today, get the beta release and let us know your feedback!

2019-09-24

Calling all Oracle Database users

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We’re excited to announce that Redgate is doubling its efforts on Oracle and committed to aligning its DevOps solution across both SQL Server and Oracle. Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey to stay up-to-date on our Oracle developments.

2019-03-11

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Steps to Migrate Oracle Database to Azure SQL Database

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In the world of paradigm shifts, many organizations are looking at the prospect of a technology migration, where capabilities are moved to a new set of technologies, supporting and enabling the business for the future. On other hand, a technology or platform may reach the end of its life for other business reasons, like ease of use, increased cost, etc.

2018-08-07

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