The content of this page is for guidance only. Red Gate reserves the right to change the rules and terms of the Ecosystem Project at any time.
The Red Gate Ecosystem Project (currently in beta) exists to enhance the SQL Server Management Studio experience for developers and DBAs by encouraging a tighter integration of existing SQL Server tooling to SSMS, as well as supporting the development of new functionality for the platform.
At this time the project is still very much in a beta validation stage. This means that at any time the APIs might change, and there is always the possibility that the project will be discontinued. Please email email@example.com should you have any concerns or questions.
If you have a SQL Server tool, or are thinking of developing one, integrating it with the Red Gate Ecosystem Project provides the following benefits:
Red Gate doesn't guarantee a minimum level of tool promotion. However, these are the mechanisms that may be used to promote the Ecosystem and the tools within it:
Yes. There's no contractual obligation implied by being a part Ecosystem Project. If you feel that your tool is not benefiting from being a part of the Ecosystem, you can request it be withdrawn from the listing at any time.
The vendors are fully responsible for ensuring the quality of their respective tools, as well as the pre- and post-sales support. If issues in the tool are deemed by Red Gate to be damaging to the Ecosystem Project brand, Red Gate reserves the right to withdraw the tool until the issues are remedied.
Issues can fall under a number of categories. Some include:
Red Gate reserves the right to make changes to the terms. This may be necessary to ensure that the necessary mechanics are in place to sustain and nurture a thriving Ecosystem.
Examples of such changes may be:
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