ApexSQL Recover 2011 released – Direct-to-database recovery, improved performance and scalability

Raleigh – October 21, 2011 – ApexSQL, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and leading provider of Microsoft SQL Server solutions, today announced the release of ApexSQL Recover 2011. The new version allows you to recover directly to database and includes outstanding performance and scalability improvements, a redesigned interface and many new features

ApexSQL Recover 2011 includes the following new features and improvements:

  • Improved performance – up to 10 times faster recovery
  • A new 64-bit architecture
  • Direct to database recovery
  • Support for SQL Server Denali

Other new features:

  • Extracting online BLOBs as data files
  • Redesigned interface for improved usability
  • Restoring data from compressed and SPARSE columns

“ApexSQL Recover 2011 has been engineered to salvage more than your data; it can cut your downtime costs tenfold!”
Brian Lockwood

“Just wanted to say thank you again. Did the recovery and it went very smooth! You guys rock!”
Robert Mann
IT Director
Weeks Roses

For more information visit the ApexSQL Recover 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, recovery, change management, development, documentation and more. Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, ApexSQL is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and has over 8,000 customers in over 120 countries worldwide.

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.

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

October 21, 2011