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 you 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 backup? 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. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server 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 sent 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. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server to Windows Azure
Recently we were interviewed by BackBox. BackBox is a provider of solutions for automated backup and recovery software for security and network devices. It is partially owned by Cellcom, Israel’s largest mobile carrier group.
They asked us a lot of very interesting questions such as “What services do you offer?” or “Who should be using your services?” and others. You can find the details of the interview here.
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 it will take you to do it? Use SqlBak and spend 5 minutes to create a backup job which will make schedule backups and send them to OneDrive. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server 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. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server to Dropbox
Nowadays Google provides quite cheap storage where you can store your SQL Server database backups. But it isn’t easy to make SQL Server backups directly to Google Drive on a regular basis using T-SQL Commands. However, it is really easy if you are using SqlBak. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server to Google Drive
With the help of SqlBak you can make not only scheduled database backups but also restore SQL Server backup when you need. In this blog post, we are going to explore the possible ways of restoring your database with the help of SqlBak. Continue reading Restore SQL Server Backup in 2 minutes
It doesn’t matter how big is your hardware store, but it really matters how secure your data are. It is not a secret that the best way of keeping your SQL Server database safe and sound is to make regular backups. Assume that you are a database administrator in a hardware store which has several branches and all accounting, sales, customers, and any other information is stored in the SQL Server databases. Every day you have to make backups manually running from one hardware store to another and trying to avoid missing anything. But what if you forget to make a backup and the database fails and you have lost data for the past several days? Would your supervisor be happy to hear that? Continue reading How To Backup Data of your Hardware Store
There are many ways of making SQL Server database backup and there are as many methods as to how and where to store them. But is your method really convenient for you? Lets assume that your backup plan is a full backup once a day, differential backup every six hours and transaction log backup every hour, and all these backups you need to send to OneDrive for Business. If you perform all the scenarios manually, it would take almost all of your time every day. Fortunately, you can do it in minutes with the help of SqlBak. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server to OneDrive for Business
Recently we ran load tests against our SQL Server to see how server performance changes and how SQL Server responds to the load. If you’re interested here you can find a tutorial on how to simulate load against a database using free SQL Server load simulator HammedDB. Continue reading How to Run SQL Server Load Tests Using HammerDB