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Redgate Takes over the SQLCop Project

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I am happy to announce the Redgate Software and I are supporting and taking over stewardship of the SQL Cop project at this point. With permission from its founder, George Mastros, we will host the main repository for the project at https://www.github.com/red-gate/sqlcop. This should be considered the official repository for the code from this point […]

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2019-08-13

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How to create and refresh development and test databases automatically, using SQL Clone and SQL Toolbelt

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Phil Factor shows how a set of Redgate tools can be used together, via PowerShell, to build a database from object-level source, stock it with data, document it, and then provision any number of test and development servers. Before tearing down and rebuilding a database to a new version, we take care to save any DDL changes made to the existing copy.

2019-04-10

Redgate Data Tools in Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise

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Today during the Visual Studio launch event, we announced that we’ve partnered with Redgate to include Redgate Data Tools in Visual Studio 2017. Redgate Data Tools includes three components that extend DevOps practices to SQL Server and Azure SQL databases and increase your productivity while doing database development.

2017-03-09

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