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
When using SQLBackupAndFTP with Google Drive as your cloud storage for your backup files, you might encounter an error that reports “Invalid credentials”. Read the below article in order to find out what to do in order to quickly solve this.