A process, which called backup and recovery in SQL Server is crucial for your data. Use SQLBackupAndFTP to make scheduled backups and use One-Click SQL Restore to restore your full backups. Do you really have to make backup and recovery in SQL Server? Certainly. Unless you don’t care about your data or you don’t mind having to fully recreate your database in the event of a disaster, you need a way of restoring the database to a usable point. There are numerous ways how to perform Backup and Recovery in SQL Server, but the simplest is to use SQLBackupAndFTP application. Continue reading Backup and Recovery in SQL Server
Nowadays, there are several ways of how to backup the SQL Server 2016 database. In this article, we are going to take a look at how to backup SQL Server 2016 and what features have been added. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server 2016
Today there are numerous methods how to perform SQL Server backup and restore them. But if you are looking for the simplest one use SQLBackupAndFTP. Is it really necessary to make SQL Server backup and restore? Of course! Except when you don’t proper care about your SQL Server data or you don’t mind having to totally recreate your database in the event of a disaster. You need some way of restoring the database to a usable point. Continue reading SQL Server Backup and Restore
There are many ways how to perform SQL Server backup and recovery, but the quickest is to use SQLBackupAndFTP application. Do you really need to make SQL Server backup and recovery on a regular basis? Sure. Only if you don’t care about your data or you don’t mind having to totally recreate your database in the event of a disaster. You need a way of restoring the database to a usable point. Continue reading How to Make SQL Server Backup and Recovery
We encourage you to take your database backup strategy very seriously because it is crucial for keeping your data safe and sound. In this article, we are going to explore things that will make sure that you choose the best backup strategy for your SQL Server database. Everyone knows that before considering database backup strategy it is necessary to consider Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO). But this is not an exhaustive list, here we have prepared some more questions, answers to which will enable you to create a backup strategy that will meet all your needs and expectations. Continue reading Is your Database Backup Strategy Perfect?
Regular backups are required to protect your database and ensure its restoration in case of failure. Various backup types provide different protection to your database. The most popular database backup types are full backup, differential backup, and transaction log backup. Before you create your own backup plan you need to consider two things: your recovery point objective (RPO) – how much data can you afford to lose? And your recovery time objective (RTO) – in case of disaster, how much time can you spend restoring your database? Now let’s check out some of the backup types. Continue reading SQL Server Backup Types
Sometimes when you restore your database backup you can get an “Unable to Create Restore Plan Due to Break in the LSN Chain” error. Let’s see how to deal with it. Continue reading Unable to Create Restore Plan Due to Break in the LSN Chain