ApexSQL Recover 2018 Released

ApexSQL Recover 2018, a recovery tool for SQL Server databases which recovers deleted and truncated data, has been released.

Chapel Hill, NC, October 27, 2017 —- ApexSQL, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and major provider of Microsoft SQL Server solutions, announced the new major release – ApexSQL Recover 2018.

About ApexSQL Recover: ApexSQL Recover is a recovery tool for SQL Server databases which recovers deleted and truncated data. It recovers objects and data lost due to drop operations. ApexSQL Recover audits transaction log files and backups to grid and creates rollback or replay scripts for DML and DDML changes. It restores deleted and reads online BLOBs as files making it ideal for SharePoint recoveries.

For more information, please visit the ApexSQL Recover product page

ApexSQL Recover 2018 includes the following enhancements:
· Transaction log files and backups can now be read, analyzed and audited
· Undo and redo script can now be created to rollback or replay DML and DDL changes
· Auditing results can now be loaded and filtered in grid for forensic recovery and analysis
· SQL Server 2017 support for Windows instances

“We have successfully recovered more than a billion records. First, I didn’t believe it could. But ApexSQL Recover sorted it all out. And the support team helped us kindly and swiftly. Lots of thanks.”
– Baris Dur

See also: ApexSQL Recover 2018 release notes

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