SqlDBM Release Update – June 22, 2020

Snowflake Views Support | Naming Conventions | SOC 2 Type I

The SqlDBM team is proud to announce the release of SqlDBM v.2.11 based on our roadmap/feedback from the Snowflake community.

In this release, our top features include:

Support for Snowflake Views

SqlDBM enables users to create, export and import Snowflake views. You can also use Compare Revisions feature to identify differences between your views along with the Alter Script feature to incorporate changes.

Snowflake Views support:

  • Create views objects for your data model
  • Import views through reverse engineering
  • Compare revisions and generate alter script including views

Naming Conventions

Many companies want to apply naming standards for their data models, and SqlDBM has delivered a feature to support this requirement. Now you can set standard case of objects names, you also can create prefixes and suffixes for different object types.

  • Set standard case of objects names
  • Add prefixes and suffixes for names of different object types
  • Validate rules after each saving

SOC 2 Type I and Penetration Test

SqlDBM is dedicated to keeping data of our users private, safe, and secure. SqlDBM is SOC 2 Type I compliant and has passed a third party Pen Test. Our SOC 2 Type I security compliance reports and Pen Test are available on demand.

The official audit report provides a thorough review of SqlDBM internal controls, policies, and processes for Online Database Modeling capabilities of SqlDBM. It also reviews SqlDBM processes relating to risk management and subservice (vendor) due diligence, as well as SqlDBM entire IT infrastructure, software development life cycle, change management, logical security, network security, physical & environmental security, and computer operations.


This isn’t all we’ve done, we’ve also made a few minor tweaks to improve the overall experience with SqlDBM.

Please check out SqlDBM at https://sqldbm.com, let us know how we can improve SqlDBM to resolve your current issues related to database designing/modeling. Help us get the next update to SqlDBM in the best possible shape. Your feedback is important to securing a solid update release, and we greatly appreciate your assistance.

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