dbForge Studio for SQL Server

dbForge for SQL Server Is Ready for Windows 11

As we all know, Microsoft is preparing for a huge event that everyone has been looking forward to—the release of the next-gen desktop operating system, Windows 11. We at Devart have checked everything on our side to make sure our tools are all set for the OS shift!

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It’s Harvest Time: dbForge Reaps G2 High Performer Fall 2021 Awards

September has been around for mere two weeks, yet we have already added 2 new shiny badges to the wall of dbForge awards.

Why not add a couple more, then?

Our flagship database solutions for SQL Server—SQL Complete and dbForge Studio—have both reaped the G2 High Performer Fall 2021 badge.

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dbForge Studio for SQL Server Earns Two Weighty Crozdesk Awards

Another award, another milestone for dbForge Studio for SQL Server!

We are thrilled to announce that our flagship solution received the “Quality Choice” and the “Trusted Vendor” badges from Crozdesk.

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Devart Products Become the Winners of DBTA’s 2021 Readers’ Choice Awards

We are delighted to announce that Devart has been ranked #1 by the readers of the Database Trends and Applications magazine — the leading media specializing in information management, big data, and data science.

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dbForge Studio Awarded Top Rated Backup Software of 2021 by SoftwareWorld

It didn’t take long since the dbForge Studio product line received its latest award — and now we’ve got a new one to tell you about. Our all-in-one development IDEs for the most popular types of databases — MySQL and SQL Server — were awarded by SoftwareWorld, a review platform that helps businesses of various industries find optimal software solutions, providing unbiased lists of top products by category.

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dbForge Studio Shortlisted by Capterra and Awarded Front Runners 2021 by Software Advice

dbForge Studio is a product line designed to encompass every aspect of database development and administration, providing versatile functionality in a single IDE. It is available for all major database management systems: SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL. One of the ways to evaluate its hard-earned reputation is to get acquainted with its accolades — and two of them are the subject of our today’s story.

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How to Write Complex Queries in SQL Server

One of the regular jobs performed by a database administrator and developer is creating and executing queries of higher complexity to resolve complicated tasks. This requires extra caution and seriousness because any inaccuracies in the code can result in undesirable bugs and application downtime.

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DBeaver vs HeidiSQL vs dbForge Studio: Comparing Open-Source and Paid SQL Server Tools

If a company has to choose between a free database tool and a paid one, and both of them deliver the same features and performance, it is natural that the paid one doesn’t stand a chance. But what if the free tool doesn’t contain all the necessary functionality for the workflow? What if it has limitations that prevent the employees from becoming more productive? And if it turns out that their work requires either 7 separate, perhaps even hardly compatible free tools, wouldn’t it be more effective to pay for just one tool that would have it all in place?

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dbForge Studio for SQL Server Has Been Awarded G2 High Performer Spring 2021

dbForge Studio for SQL Server is an all-encompassing IDE, designed for efficient development, management, and administration of SQL Server databases. It comprises a set of tools that accelerate and automate a number of related tasks, including data and schema comparison, analysis, and reporting. Today we add another valuable entry to the list of its achievements – the G2 High Performer Spring 2021 award.

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dbForge Studio for SQL Server Is Ready for DevOps Automation

We’re pleased to present dbForge Studio for SQL Server v6.0 hugely packed with new features and major improvements. Database DevOps integration is one of the most demanded features requested by our users, and today we are making it happen.

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