Amazon RDS SQL Server is a cloud database from Amazon, one of its differences from classic SQL Server is the way it performs backups. RDS SQL Server does not support the T-SQL BACKUP DATABASE construction but instead offers several other approaches such as restore point-in-time, snapshots, native backup to S3, and Export Data-tier Application.
Here are ways to perform a backup and restore:
- Snapshot creation
- Native backup to S3
- Export bacpac\dacpac
- Via SQLBackupAndFTP
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Considering that today Google giant provides its users with a reasonably priced storage space featuring a user-friendly interface, why not consider backing up your MySQL Backups to Google Drive. The question here is that it is not at all convenient and efficient to continue sending your MySQL database backups made with mysqldump to Google Drive manually. But don’t worry, the solution is closer than you think – try using SQLBackupAndFTP. Continue reading How to Backup MySQL to Google Drive