Announcing ApexSQL Log’s split into two products

In line with ApexSQL products’ transition to their 2008 versions, ApexSQL Log has been split into two. The two products are ApexSQL Log 2008 (Data auditing) and ApexSQL Recover 2008(disaster recovery). Each tool is specifically streamlined for its respective use

This will make it more cost-effective for customers to purchase only the tool that they really need (although both tools can be purchased with cross selling discounts or in ApexSQL DBA Studio). The split also allows us to improve the recovery and auditing components separately. This makes the development process more efficient; we’d be able to release their 2009 versions (which we have already spec’d out) on a more granular schedule

If you own ApexSQL Log and are under Maintenance, we will provide you with a free key of ApexSQL Recover on the same maintenance schedule. In the future, you can upgrade to just one or both versions

For news on What’s New with these versions, please check out their respective product pages, ApexSQL Log and ApexSQL Recover. You can also visit our “What’s New” section

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About ApexSQL Log

ApexSQL Log is a SQL Server Transaction Log reader that allows viewing transaction log data in read-friendly format. Audit and undo SQL database changes of your choosing. Determine who changed the data and when the change occurred. Read the transaction log to find out who created, changed or dropped a database object

About ApexSQL Recover

ApexSQL Recover is a recovery tool that can retrieve data deleted in SQL Server. Restore data lost due to delete, truncate and drop operations. Recover BLOB data as files and extract data from corrupted databases, detached MDFs or SQL database backup. Recover from all SQL 2012, SQL 2008 R2, SQL 2008, SQL 2005, and SQL 2000 databases

November 19, 2008