dbForge Schema Compare for SQL Server is a reliable tool that will save you time
and effort when you need to compare databases on SQL Server. The
relentlessly tested compare tool allows working with live SQL Server databases,
database snapshots, and backups.
You can compare your SQL Server databases, analyze differences and synchronize your
schemas using generated SQL script in a well-designed user interface quickly and
Although enterprises are ready to spend a fortune on development tools to speed
up application development, the process of deploying schema changes from one database
to another remains a manual process relying on hand-written SQL scripts.
Such approach is often error-prone, slow and unreliable.
When deploying changes made by utilities for updating applications, you should analyse
them to decide which modifications to apply. High-quality analysis of changes
ensures that everything will work smoothly after this procedure is completed. dbForge
Schema Compare for SQL Server makes this process clear: all upgrades that are going to
be made are visible, customizable, and may be easily analyzed.
Application changes are the #1 reason of downtime, so there is an
honest truth: the more unplanned changes made to production environments one can
identify - the less application downtime one will have to face.
The conclusion is that the number of such unpleasant changes must be reduced in
order to increase the application efficiency.
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