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SQL Server management tools for Developers and DBAs.


Largely due to the increased adoption of DevOps and requirements of data privacy regulations, database administrators and developers are facing seismic shifts in their job responsibilities. DBAs must manage more complex databases while protecting sensitive data, and developers must push code to production faster without causing disruptions. None of this can be done without management tools.


ApexSQL is a comprehensive tool set that streamlines and automates SQL Server database management and development processes. With its expansive portfolio of products, ApexSQL enables SQL Server DBAs and developers to dramatically increase their efficiency without sacrificing the quality of their work or the safety of the databases.

Key benefits

Shorten development cycles:
Integrate the build/release process by bringing SQL Server change management into your CI/CD pipeline.


Maintain compliance
Meet audit and compliance requirements with rules-based data masking, redaction and anonymisation.


Boost productivity
Automate and schedule routine tasks – like health checks and backups – to focus on strategic initiatives.


Reduce technical debt
Keep bugs and defects out of production with rules-based code reviews and automated unit testing.

ApexSQL for DBAs

ApexSQL for DBAs is a packaged set of SQL Server management tools designed to help DBAs with complex environments by automating routine tasks, executing scripts and managing jobs. Database management functions covered in this bundle include:

  • Auditing and reporting

  • Backup and restore

  • Discovery and inventory

  • Disaster recovery

  • Agent job management

  • SQL script execution, and more

ApexSQL for Developers

ApexSQL for Developers is a bundle of 20 products specifically designed to meet the needs of developers, ensure the quality of code and support CI/CD cycles. Critical functions covered in this bundle include:

  • Scripting and packaging

  • Unit testing

  • Code review

  • Schema comparison

  • Data masking

  • Dependency analysis

  • Auditing, and more