Backing up your database is one of the most important tasks a DBA should have set. There are multiple options in terms of backing up a database, for instance you could backup a SQL Server database to NAS drives. If you prefer this option or if your organization requires you that you backup your databases on your local network then you can count on SQLBackupAndFTP to assist you with this and make the job much easier! More…
One of the most often made assumptions is that if you have made a backup of your database, your data is safe. Unfortunately, this is not true, and I’ll explain why, but don’t forget to verify SQL Server backup files after backup! SQLBackupAndFTP allows you to do this, in order to be absolutely sure that indeed, your data is safe!
SQL Server maintenance is just as important as creating backups of your databases. Without a doubt there are a lot of organizations that install a SQL Server database or more without setting their maintenance plans up first Things generally go smoothly and at the beginning there is no problem, that is, until a problem appears. More…
SQL Server backup email notification to let you know if your task has succesfully finished or not? Read this article to find out how to do this, really easy with the help of SQLBackupAndFTP
How to remove old SQL Server backups – quick tutorial: Managing storage space occupied by your backups is a task which should not require a DBA’s time. With SQLBackupAndFTP you can easily remove old SQL Server backups, periodically. In this article we will show you how to do this, step by step, so you will never have to worry about old backup files filling up your storage space.
Everyone knows that the most important task that any DBA has to be able to do is to take safe and reliable database backups. Large organizations or companies usually have a team of Database Administrators (DBAs) which execute these tasks and keep their data safe and easily accessible.
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