If you care about SQL Server performance you need to take SQL Server Statistics into account. Statistics are lightweight and small objects which describe how data in SQL Server tables are distributed. The query optimizer uses them to create query plans that improve query performance.
As we launched the Server Health Check feature, SqlBak users might be curious about what data we collect during this process.
One of the most popular ways how to create SQL Server database backup is to use SSMS or T-SQL Commands. But what if your backup plan is full backups twice a day, differential backups every 4 hours, and transaction log backups every 30 minutes, and you prefer to store all SQL Server database backup on FTP Server. How much time will you spend each day to complete such scenarios? You can simply tune a SqlBak backup job just in a few minutes, which will make SQL Server database backups according to your schedule and send them to FTP Server.
Do you make your SQL Server database backups with the help of SSMS or by using T-SQL Commands, or in any other way? How much time do you usually spend every day making backups and sending them to a Local or Network Folder? With the help of SqlBak, you can create a backup job that will make SQL Server backup regularly and store them in your local or network folder.
There are many ways of making SQL Server database backups and there are as many methods as to how and where to store them. But are you sure that your method really convenient for you? What if your database backup plan is: a full backup twice a day, differential every four hours and transaction log backups every 30 minutes, and all these backups you need to send to Amazon S3. How much time will you spend every day to make all these backups? Fortunately, you can create a backup job with the help of SqlBak in a few minutes, which will make all backups according to your schedule and send them to Amazon S3.
There are many ways how to make SQL Server database backups, for example, you can perform backups with the help of T-SQL Commands or SSMS. Also, you can choose a destination where your SQL Server backups will be sent for storing, for example, Windows Azure. But how much time does it take to create a backup and then send it to Window Azure? With the help of SqlBak, you can perform a backup and then send it for storing to Windows Azure in a few minutes.
You can make SQL Server database backups with the help of T-SQL Commands or with the help of SSMS and then move them to OneDrive. But how much time will it take you to do it? Use SqlBak and spend 5 minutes to create a backup job, which will make scheduled backups and send them to OneDrive.
How do you make your SQL Server database backups, with the help of T-SQL Commands, by using SSMS, or in any other way? Do you prefer to store your backup in the cloud, say, Dropbox? How much time do you spend every day to make your database backup and send them to Dropbox? In this article, we are going to explain how to backup SQL Server to Dropbox with the help of SqlBak in just 5 minutes.