ApexSQL Log API 2010 Released – Schema auditing, improved performance and a new data source

Chapel Hill – February 16, 2011 – ApexSQL, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and leading provider of Microsoft SQL Server solutions, today announced the release of ApexSQL Log API 2010. The new version offers the ability to audit schema (DDL) changes, large performance improvements and database backups as a new data source

ApexSQL Log 2010 API includes the following new features and improvements:

  • Improved performance – more than 4 times faster!
  • Auditing object changes – such as CREATE, ALTER, DROP, ENABLE/DISABLE, GRANT/REVOKE or RENAME
  • Auditing transaction information stored in database backups
  • Enhanced operation filtering

Other new features:

  • Full support for SQL Server 2005, 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 encrypted objects
  • Improved UPDATE reconstruction
  • BLOB-to-BLOB comparison

“The API offers the powerful capabilities of ApexSQL Log directly to programmers. We’ve significantly increased the quality of auditing results, added comprehensive schema auditing all while improving performance, up to 4 times faster than previous versions.”
Ivan Erceg
Chief Server Architect and Co-Owner of ApexSQL

I’m a great fan of the product and have been using it in various releases over a few years.”
Mark Woodfield
Database Administrator/Developer
VIS Communications Ltd

For more information visit the ApexSQL Log API Product Home

About ApexSQL

ApexSQL is a leading vendor of tools for Microsoft SQL Server. ApexSQL products help SQL Server developers and DBAs accomplish complex tasks quickly, easily and accurately, including Database Auditing, Recover, Change Management, Development, Documentation and more. Headquartered in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, ApexSQL is a Microsoft Gold Partner and has over 8,000 customers in over 120 countries worldwide.

About ApexSQL Log API

ApexSQL Log API programmatically reads SQL Server Transaction Log. Read the transaction log from your custom application to find out who created, changed or dropped a database object

Press contact: Venijamin Zivkovic, 919.968.8444, venijamin.zivkovic@apexsql.com

February 16, 2011