ApexSQL is glad to announce that our developers are currently working on the implementation of support for Perforce for all our tools that work with source control. The first release that is going out with this support is ApexSQL Source Control 2015 R3, scheduled for January 2015.
We are proud to announce that ApexSQL Manage has entered the technical Alpha phase. Our developers have been working hard on developing numerous features and will continue to do so in accordance with ApexSQL Manage Roadmap. The application will now go through a substantial testing, and our QA team will help developers to polish the existing features and finish those that still haven’t been finalized prior to entering the Beta phase, somewhere in Q1 2015.
Here is the summary of our latest knowledgebase articles:
In the latest SQL Shack articles, we wrote about: bulk loading multiple Excel spreadsheets, continuous data loading, the Buffer Pool extension, continuous data loading, and unattended SQL Server installation, and presented a technique to maximize usage of your data and report real estate
ApexSQL Audit 2014 R5 has been released
Type: Maintenance release
About ApexSQL Audit: ApexSQL Audit is a SQL Server auditing tool with a wide range of possibilities for auditing access, changes, and security on SQL Server instances, databases, and objects. It audits queries, DDL and DML operations, security events (authentication changes, permissions changes, and attempted logins), events on stored procedures and functions. ApexSQL Audit saves captured information in a centralized auditing repository and provides comprehensive reports.
We’ve changed some product names recently here at ApexSQL to better align the core product functionality with the product name
We’ve translated our top 10 SQL solution center articles into Spanish
We have published a new, feature based roadmap covering the next 3 releases of ApexSQL Generate in 2015. Click here to see it.
Here is the summary of our latest knowledgebase and troubleshooting articles:
ApexSQL is proud to announce that we have implemented support for Mercurial in ApexSQL Source Control.