Lizard Labs is a developer and provider of professional system utilities and software for Microsoft (News - Alert) Windows. With products such as Ultimate Maps Downloader and Log Parser Lizard, Lizard Labs is enhancing the way individuals and businesses research, organize and securely store business information. The company released a significant update to its flagship software, Log Parser Lizard.
Log Parser is a query software tool that provides universal query access to text-based data, such as log files, XML files, and CSV files, as well as key data sources on the Microsoft Windows operating system, such as the event log, IIS log, the registry, the file system and the Active Directory services. To make the command-line interface more intuitive, Lizard Labs created Log Parser Lizard, a free GUI tool for managing queries and exporting results to Excel and charts.
The tool offers a new, easy way to manage all business’s text-based information. Businesses working with various forms of text based log files/data can use this query software to write and manage their queries and find exactly what they need, when they need it. Additionally, Log Parser Lizard can print or export query results into various file formats including Microsoft Excel, Word and PDF, as well as compile information into charts.
“When it comes to data mining and multi-dimensional analysis, an advanced and feature complete pivot grid provides business users unrivaled insights into daily operations. Until this release using the pivot capabilities of products like Excel meant exporting data to “out-of-process” solutions. This is one of the many other new features and improvements included in the latest version 3.0,” noted the company official in a statement.
Lower version of Log Parser Lizard software is available for free from Lizard Labs, and the all enhanced version with deeper functionality is made available once it is registered and paid for.
Lizard Labs recently released Version 2.7 of its software, Ultimate Maps Downloader. The latest version includes support for new map servers, a new tool for measuring distance, GPX files support and Foursquare (News - Alert) integration enhancements, as well as fixes for issues found in previous releases and many improvements to the core components of the application.