Webinar: The Smart Way To Manage Database Changes

By: Anders Ohlsson

Abstract: Join us for a live webinar event and learn all about What’s New in Change Manager 5.1

Event Times Event Details How to Attend
Pacific Daylight Time
Start: Thursday, July 16, 2009 11:00 AM
End: Thursday, July 16, 2009 12:00 PM
Universal Coordinated Time (UTC)
Start: Thursday, July 16, 2009 6:00 PM
End: Thursday, July 16, 2009 7:00 PM
Event Type: Web Seminar
Languages: English
Products: Change Manager
Event URL: Join the event
Registration URL: Register

  What’s New in Change Manager 5.1

How do you track and report on changes throughout your database environment? Roll out application updates? Comply with database audit and reporting requirements or protect data privacy? Or the real kicker… database performance tanked and it’s because someone tweaked the schema in Production and now YOU have to search through schema archives to find the problem and roll it back… ASAP.

The Smart Way To Manage Database Changes
Please join us for a live webinar event, What’s New in Change Manager 5.1, and find out how to automatically capture schema “snapshots” to quickly identify changes and correct problems in less time; compare live databases or archives to track and report on change; generate change scripts; compare, validate and synchronize schema and data within or across database platforms; and monitor database settings to ensure compliance with regulations and company policies.

And NEW in Change Manager® 5.1, you can:

  • Protect Data Privacy - Data masking  features shuffle or randomize columns to de-identify data and then quickly migrate the masked data from Production into Test, QA or Dev environments
  • Migrate schemas and manage change across DBMS environments - cross-DBMS schema compare and synch between Oracle <> SQL Server and Sybase ASE <> SQL Server
  • Go Global – with full Unicode character support

Embarcadero Change Manager is the only change management tool that covers data, schema, and configuration management, and supports four major DBMS platforms (IBM® DB2® for LUW, Microsoft® SQL Server, Oracle®, and Sybase®) – all from a single interface.


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