SQL Server tools, SQL Server management tools, SQL script tools & SQL Server IDE software

SQL Everywhere   SQL Everywhere is your one-stop programming shop for SQL Server...
Schema Inspector   Compare, synchronize, script & navigate schemas with ease...
Data Inspector   Compare and script database data quickly and effectively...
Data Space Analyser   Visually navigate the space used in your databases in order to make judgements about indexing and capacity planning.
Data Surf   Surf through your data with our schema-driven graphing tool...
Schema Surf   Visualise the dependencies in your schema with our schema visualization tool...

Atlantis Interactive provide next-generation SQL tools specifically tailored for performance and ease of use when architecting or administering large Microsoft SQL Server database systems.

Each of our products has been engineered to solve real-world issues that T-SQL professionals come up against every day and are repeatedly validated in the field against production-scale databases running under live environments.

We’re extremely proud of what we’ve achieved at Atlantis, and once you’ve used our tools you’ll realise that we have significantly raised the bar for the ‘gold standard’ in mssql database software product suites.

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SQL Server 2011 Denali CTP1 - now supported
December 4th, 2010

Atlantis update their applications for SQL Server 2011 Denali CTP1 support

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SQL Everywhere

Schema Inspector

Data Inspector

Data Space Analyser

Data Surf

Schema Surf

Schema Surf

Schema Surf is our SQL dependency & live entity ER diagram tool - it is an animated graphing tool which allows you to easily visualize the dependencies between the objects in your SQL Server databases. Schema Surf, like it's counterpart Data Surf, contains a "Surf Graph" which allows you to easily view an object and the connected objects in one of multiple layouts. You can click on any object in the graph, and that object then becomes the focus of the graph - with the graph then re-arranging itself around the newly selected object.