SqlBackupAndFTP v11 is a culmination of years of work and our SQL backup experience with close to 1 million installation of the earlier versions. It is significantly better than the previous version in every respect (or anything else on the market). Read SqlBackupAndFtp v11 – What’s New? or How SqlBackupAndFtp 11 differs from the previous versions?
If you have used the previous versions of SqlBackupAndFTP we strongly suggest migrating to v 11. Continue reading How to migrate to SQLBackupAndFTP 11 from the previous versions
Microsoft Azure SQL Database is a managed cloud database designed by Microsoft which are widely used by app developers. It works as a service and runs on a cloud computing platform. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to backup Microsoft Azure SQL Database with the help of SQLBackupAndFTP. Continue reading How to backup and restore Microsoft Azure Cloud SQL Database
SqlBackupAndFtp 11 is significantly different from the previous versions – see the detailed post on what is new in v11. Here you can get a birds eye view on what is new and what is missing in the new version.
Continue reading How SqlBackupAndFtp 11 differs from the previous versions?
Have you seen our brand-new version 11 of SqlBackupAndFtp? If yes, then you have also noticed that its looks and feels very different from its predecessor (compare features in the new & old versions). That’s right – this release is built from scratch based on our eight-year-experience creating SQL Server backup software and close to 1,000,000 installations of the previous versions.
If you have used the old version, this post will help you to quickly grasp the main points that make the new version better. If you are new to SqlBackupAndFtp, you can read this as a quick introduction. Continue reading SqlBackupAndFtp v11 – What’s New?
In this article, we are going to discuss how to backup SQL database automatically with the help of SQLBackupAndFTP and SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). Scheduling the backup process ought to be one of the elements that are vital in the life of any DBA.
This simple procedure will certainly save you lots of time and effort in the future. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Database Automatically
The most common way to perform SQL Server database backup it to use SSMS or T-SQL Commands. But is it convenient to make backups using T-SQL Commands or SSMS and send them to FTP Server on a regular basis? With the help of SQLBackupAndFTP, you can do this job just in few minutes. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server to FTP Server
How much time do you usually spend to make your SQL Server database backup? Is your method convenient and reliable? Assume that your need to perform full backups every 24 hours, differential backups every 6 hours and transaction log backups every 30 minutes. How much time would you spend if you prefer to make SQL Server database backups with the help of T-SQL Commands or SSMS. You can simply use SQLBackupAndFTP to create a backup job which will make all backups according to your schedule less than 2 minutes. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server to Local or Network Folder
You can perform SQL Server database backups in many ways, for example, you can make backups with the help of T-SQL Commands or SSMS. Also, you can choose a destination where your SQL Server backups will be stored, let’s say, Azure Storage. But how much time does it take to create SQL Server backup and then sent it to Azure Storage? With the help of SQLBackupAndFTP, you can perform a backup and then send it for storing to Azure Storage in a few minutes. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server to Azure Storage
One of the most popular places for storing SQL Server database backups is Amazon S3. But nowadays there are a lot of ways how to make SQL Server backup and many methods how to send them to Amazon S3. But how much time do you usually spend to do it? With the help of SQLBackupAndFTP, you can backup SQL Server to Amazon S3 in few minutes. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server to Amazon S3