Redgate Software, a Cambridge, UK-based database tools provider, has launched a new one-stop resource to help software professionals find the information and advice they need faster and easier.
The Redgate Hub provides in-depth articles and opinions, insights and updates about topics of interest to database professionals, as well as tips and how-to guides about Redgate products, and user forums where readers can discuss and debate mutual problems.
Like many software companies, Redgate produces a range of content to address the common issues IT professionals face, get more value from the software they use, and advance their careers. Some of that content is produced by experts who work for the company, and a large part is commissioned from industry figures.
The library of content is aimed at providing a repository of knowledge that users and other professionals can draw from when looking for information on a particular topic, whether it is the basics of good T-SQL coding or automating database provisioning, or how to use the new permissions feature in Redgate’s latest tool, SQL Clone.
Common to every case is finding the relevant information quickly. According to Redgate, when software professionals need an answer to a specific question, they need it now. With more and more content being produced than ever before, finding relevant information can be a problem, especially when the value of some content is in doubt.
The content will be refreshed almost daily and users can also make the most of the forums inside the Redgate Hub to ask fellow professionals questions. In that way, says Redgate, even if the specific detail someone needs hasn’t yet been covered in an article or how-to piece, there is still an avenue to find an answer.
For more information, go to Redgate Software.