A central tenet of Disaster Recovery (DR) is that you should always maintain an offsite or off-premises copy of your critical database backups. The logic behind this is simple – if you don’t have access to your premises, for example in case of a natural disaster affecting your area, your offsite backups mean that you can restore them and still have access to your critical data. Let’s take a more in-depth look at cloud-based storage for your SQL Server backups. Continue reading How to set up Cloud-based Storage for SQL Server Backup
If you encounter a situation in which you run a job to backup your database to Dropbox for example or to another storage service you get an error saying: “SBFDS5006″: Dropbox exception > Failed to upload file”; “Status: 0. Description: The operation was cancelled“ Although the application might try multiple times to run this job, but without success.