Easing the transition from shared to dedicated database development

Working in a dedicated database model is the ideal. So, what does it take to move from shared development to a dedicated model? Infrastructure costs, merging multiple changes and maintaining an increased estate might be on your list of things to consider before committing to the switch. In this article we show how Redgate tools can ease the transition and new working approach.

Safely Deleting Clones and Images during Database Development and Testing

Whenever you’re ready to refresh a test cell with the latest database version, you need a safe way to drop the current set of clones, and the parent image, without losing any unsaved work. Phil Factor provides a PowerShell script that automates this process so it runs in the time it takes to grab a coffee, after which can quickly deploy the new clones.

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