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Published on December 21, 2016 by RedGate

SQL Clone is a new tool from Redgate for database provisioning, allowing you to set up workflows to deliver copies of Production databases (with necessary adjustments such as permissions changes and masking of sensitive data) into your non-Production environments. Clone databases take a small amount of disk space on the destination SQL Instance, and can be delivered in seconds from a data image. In this session Grant Fritchey and SQL Clone Product Manager, Richard Macaskill show how rapid provisioning of database copies can shorten DevOps cycles and enable the adoption of dedicated databases for improved developer efficiency.
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Richard Macaskill
1 year 6 months ago

Hi Chris, Great to hear that! We believe SQL Clone works fine with TDE, although we haven't necessarily tested every case. If the server certs exist wherever cloning/imaging operations are taking place. I understand there may be a RedGate blog post coming shortly on this.

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Chris Blaisdell
1 year 6 months ago

Grant & Richard, Can't tell you how excited we are about this product here at Hilton Grand Vacations. Will this will work with databases which use TDE (transparent data encryption)? Specifically, can SQL Clone create images from TDE encrypted backups?

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1 year 6 months ago

Here's the first in a two-part blog post from Steve Jones, Data Platform MVP: www.red-gate.com/blog/database-lifecycle-management/sql-clone-and-databases-protected-with-tde

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