Which SQL Server edition should I go for?

We wanted gitSQL to be free and easy to use. The free edition exports 20 tables and 10 objects per additional object type.

This is ideal for most small projects.


What if I have more than twenty table objects to source control?

No problem - we have an unlimited version.

This is licensed to be as low cost as possible, but we had to charge a nominal fee to cover support, development and hosting costs.


Are there cheaper products online?

We did some market research and found gitSQL to be the lowest priced SQL Server Source Control tool on the Internet (As of April 2015).


Who else does SQL Server Source Control?

Redgate have a great tool but its 1238% more expensive than gitSQL. (Based on per user licence - April 2015)

Take a look at our gitSQL vs Redgate comparison to see what's different.


gitSQL SQL Server Edition Comparison

Free Unlimited
Export Database
Import Database
Table Data
Table Schema 20 Objects Unlimited
View Schema 10 Objects Unlimited
Stored Procedure Schema 10 Objects Unlimited
Function Schema 10 Objects Unlimited
Azure Databases * Limits as above
GIT
SVN
Team Foundation Server
Mercurial
Vault
Perforce
Technical Support
Price Per User (Annually) Free $ 40

Which PostgreSQL edition should I go for?


gitSQL PostgreSQL Edition Comparison

Free Unlimited
Export Database
Import Database
Table Data
Table Schema 20 Objects Unlimited
View Schema 10 Objects Unlimited
Stored Procedure Schema 10 Objects Unlimited
Function Schema 10 Objects Unlimited
GIT
SVN
Team Foundation Server
Mercurial
Vault
Perforce
Technical Support
Price Per User (Annually) Free $ 40