SSMS Source Control Add-In · VersionSQL

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Save your SQL with VersionSQL

Frictionless database version control for DBAs and Developers.

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    "Very nice SSMS Git client"
    - Tor, Independent Consultant
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    "Exactly what we've been looking for"
    - Eric, Process & Systems Manager
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    "User friendly and easy to set up"
    - Leila, Database Developer
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    "Works well, straightforward"
    - Adam, Developer
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    "Really very useful"
    - Rahit, Data Analyst
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Copy and paste is not a good versioning strategy.

Use VersionSQL to store revisions of SQL objects without cluttering your database with copies.

Send edits to version control easily, all from within SQL Server Management Studio.

Track changes the right way.

Databases are like the Wild West

Objects get overwritten, indexes get tweaked, comments grow stale... it's hard to keep a reliable record of what's changed, when, and why. VersionSQL enables hassle-free change tracking for stored procedures, views, table schema, etc. by checking everything into your source control repository. VersionSQL is a SQL Server Management Studio add-in, so you can commit your code from the same interface you're already using. Super easy.


Bring Order Out of Chaos

We are heavy users of stored procedures and DDL and having many developers working on the same database was hell. VersionSQL was exactly what we needed. Very easy and affordable solution. After months of daily usage, we definitely recommend VersionSQL.

Ian Smirlis
Senior Developer
Orian Information Systems S.A.

Keep Your Workflow Simple

We were looking for a simple-to-use interface between SQL Server Management Studio and Azure DevOps. Other solutions seemed unnecessarily complex and were not used enough as they created additional workload overhead. With VersionSQL the whole team now regularly commits changes so we feel far more comfortable. VersionSQL makes our job both more efficient and easier. A must-have investment.

Brad McAllister
Senior Full Stack Developer
St Mary’s University, Twickenham
United Kingdom

Get Started Easily

Your documentation is well presented and the instructions are clear. I have been using source control software for a while and I like VersionSQL. Excellent software. 5 Stars from me.

Paul Trotman
Business Owner
Trotman's Accounting Services
St. Kitts

Reach People Who Can Help

VersionSQL has an amazing support team! A bug found was fixed within days, a suggestion for a new feature was accepted and implemented within the next version. In short, I wish all my software providers would act like VersionSQL.

Alon Ronen
Freelance Developer

Pricing for individuals, teams, and organizations

Purchases include a perpetual license: Cancel anytime and keep what you have, forever. Renewals include a continuity discount: Save 20% on your first renewal, then 40% after that.


  • SQL Server Express Edition only
  • Includes 15-day free trial of
    VersionSQL Professional


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