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Product News : IDERA Releases Rapid Database Extractor Free Tool
on 2016/10/4 9:42:22 (537 reads)
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IDERA, a provider of database lifecycle management solutions, has announced its latest free tool, Rapid Database Extractor. This tool provides database professionals quick visibility into SQL Server and Oracle databases from a single user interface to simplify navigating and manipulating database content.

Database developers with heterogeneous database environments typically have to use multiple database-specific tools to complete tasks that Rapid Database Extractor can execute in a single integrated development environment. By contrast, IDERA’s free tool streamlines and automates common and repetitive database exploration tasks, reducing errors, saving time and increasing productivity.

“We’re excited to expand IDERA’s award-winning free tool portfolio to include Rapid Database Extractor,” said Bert Scalzo, product manager at IDERA. “Since the acquisition of Embarcadero’s database development tools, we have discovered that there’s a great need for simple free tools to more easily explore and manipulate database content to do common tasks fast. Rapid Database Extractor is a powerful tool that brings great value to those who lack additional budget to acquire solutions.”

IDERA Rapid Database Extractor capabilities allow users to:
* Easily manage SQL Server and Oracle data sources
* Quickly manipulate database objects
* Interactively edit SQL code
* Selectively execute SQL queries to retrieve data
* Export data to common file formats

For more information on IDERA Rapid Database Extractor, visit 

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