SqlBackupAndFtp is a standalone application. Once you have purchased a license it never expires, and you can use that particular version perpetually. The Updates, Web Log & Support subscription is optional and requires a recurring annual fee.
After several years of development the completely reworked v11 is now live. If you have used the previous version – start by reading:
SqlBackupAndFtp v11 – What’s New?
As before, you have several editions including free, but there are a few differences. See:
How SqlBackupAndFtp 11 differs from the previous versions?
For upgrade options from the previous version see:
How to migrate to SqlBackupAndFtp 11 from the previous versions
If you need help – go to Support Forum
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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. More…
Being a managed cloud database Azure SQL Database provides built-in functionality for automatic database backups. It allows you to restore your database to any point in the past and those backups are kept in a reliable geo-redundant storage. So why do we need other tools like SqlBackupAndFtp to backup of Azure SQL Database? This can be the case when you need to get a copy of your database locally, outside Azure infrastructure. In this post, you can find a step-by-step guide on how to backup Microsoft Azure SQL Database with the help of SQLBackupAndFTP.
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. More…
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- How to Backup SQL Server 2016
- How to backup multiple servers
- How to specify backup’s lifetime
- How to remove old backups
- How to lower the priority of 7-zip process
- How to Backup SQL Server to FTP Server
- How to backup to UNC Path
- How to backup a SQL Server database to NAS drive
- How to Backup SQL Server to Local or Network Folder
- How to Backup SQL Server to Azure Storage
- How to Backup SQL Server to Amazon S3
- How to Backup SQL Server to OneDrive
- How to Backup SQL Server to Dropbox
- How to Backup SQL Server to Google Drive
- How to save SQL Server backups to Azure
Security & Reliability
- How to get SQL Server backup Email Notification
- How to verify backup files after backup
- How to perform SQL Server maintenance
- How to encrypt SQL server backups