ApexSQL Refactor 2018 R3 has been released
About ApexSQL Refactor: ApexSQL Refactor is a SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio formatting and refactoring add-in for SQL Server with nearly 200 formatting options and 15 refactors such as table partitioning, safe rename, wildcard expansion and more.
September 19, 2018
ApexSQL CI/CD toolkit 2018 R3 has been released
About ApexSQL CI/CD toolkit: ApexSQL CI/CD toolkit is a set of open source PowerShell cmdlets for automating work flow pipelines to integrate database changes, test and deliver to production. It supports integration with Bamboo, Jenkins, TeamCity, AppVeyor, GoCD, CruiseControl, Hudson, Visual Studio Team Services, Team Foundation Server, and other CI/CD servers. It contains predefined Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) PowerShell script templates for standalone use where all pipeline steps can be customized, reordered, added and removed.
September 7, 2018
ApexSQL Data Diff 2018 R5 has been released
About ApexSQL Data Diff: ApexSQL Data Diff is a SQL Server data comparison and synchronization tool that detects data differences and resolves them without errors. It compares and synchronizes live databases, database backups, and data under source control. ApexSQL Data Diff integrates with SQL Server Management Studio and has a command line interface, to allow for unattended execution.
September 6, 2018
ApexSQL Trigger 2018 has been released
About ApexSQL Trigger: ApexSQL Trigger is an auditing tool for SQL Server databases which captures DML/DDL changes that have occurred including information on who made the change, which objects were affected by it, when it was made, as well as information on the SQL login, application, and host used to make the change.
September 6, 2018
Along with other UI updates for our tools including visual themes, new colors and iconography, 4K and high resolution support and general UIX improvements of features and functionality, we’ve updated our installer to streamline the installation process and improve the aesthetics
September 5, 2018
Once the application is started, by default the Project management window is presented:
September 4, 2018
Following introduction of visual themes and other UI enhancements in all ApexSQL tools and with an installer update, It is time for ApexSQL tool icons to also get a small facelift. With this brief screenshot tour, we will introduce the new icon designs for ApexSQL tools. All screenshots in this article display the icons in their natural habitats and no icons were hurt in the production of this content!
August 29, 2018
ApexSQL Discover 2018 has been released
Type: Initial release
About ApexSQL Discover: ApexSQL Discover is SQL Server tool used for scanning local network domain for SQL Server instances, as well as SSRS, SSIS and SSAS services. The application allows scan process automation through custom scheduled jobs and provides email notifications with scan results. Version number is displayed for all registered instances, and version update notifications are shown automatically when new updates are available. It provides real time graph of CPU, memory and disk usage for each registered SQL Server instance.
August 28, 2018
ApexSQL Source Control 2018 R5 has been released
About ApexSQL Source Control: ApexSQL Source Control is a SQL Server Management Studio add-in to version control SQL databases and objects. It integrates with all major source control systems and allows database developers to work together on a shared or a dedicated database copy. ApexSQL Source Control provides full object versioning features such as object locking with team policies management, detailed view of changes history, conflict resolution, labeling and more.
August 24, 2018
ApexSQL Analyze 2018 R2 has been released
About ApexSQL Analyze: ApexSQL Analyze analyzes graphical SQL Server database object dependencies and the impact of potential deletions on your SQL database. It determines object interrelationships within the database, and allows dependency diagrams appearance customization
August 10, 2018