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SQLServerCentral Webinar Series #11: A Sandbox Development Process

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Steve Jones is your host introducing Grant Fritchey who'll present this webinar. This session explores the use of two Red Gate products, SQL Virtual Restore and SQL Source Control, in establishing a well-defined development process that allows for the use of known data sets and source code management of your database code. These tools work together to help you create a sandbox environment where you can test and develop your databases. Working with a development process is the best way to ensure a safe deployment process to protect your production systems.Developing software without establishing a good process can be a situation rife with the possibility of disaster.

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SQLServerCentral Webinar Series #10: SQL Server Backup and Restore for the Accidental DBA

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Thursday, May 26, 2011 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM BST. Steve Jones will be your host to introduce Grant Fritchey, SQL Server MVP and Product Evangelist at Red Gate Software.
This webinar will take you through the best practices, standards and methods that you can employ to ensure that you have solid backup processes for the databases under your charge. You’ll also learn how to restore, because your backups are only good if you can restore them. Grant will show you how using Red Gate’s SQL Backup Pro and SQL Virtual Restore can make all this easier and more efficient.

2013-09-18 (first published: )

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Database Normalization Webcast

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Join Normalization nut Thomas LeBlanc for a review of a standard operating procedure used among DBAs at an employer. See the changes he made after joining the BI group at this employer. The session will go through naming conventions, check list for creating a table, formatting in stored procedures, and more. A brief preview of the SQLRally talk 3rd Normal Form: That’s Crazy Talk!!! Will be given about Lookup tables. Thur, Apr 21, 2011, 12:00pm EST.


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SQL Server Webinar Series #9: Streamlining SharePoint Recovery

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Metalogix Selective Restore Manager streamlines the process of finding and recovering individual documents and lists directly from a SharePoint content database backup file without the need for a recovery farm. When used in conjunction with Red Gate’s SQL Virtual Restore, Selective Restore Manager can recover documents and lists without physically restoring the backup file—saving time and much needed disk space. Together, Metalogix Selective Restore Manager and Red Gate SQL Virtual Restore open up new possibilities for your SharePoint backup and recovery strategy. Apr 21, 2011, 11am EST.

2011-04-21 (first published: )

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Webinar: Business Intelligence Development using SQL Developer Tools

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This webinar, presented by Noemi Moreno, BI Developer at Red Gate Software, will consist of a 30 minute software demonstration followed by Q&A. You will see SQL Developer tools in action, and how they can simplify and enhance your Business Intelligence applications. This takes place on Apr 19, 2011 from 4pm-5pm GMT.

2011-04-19 (first published: )

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