In order to backup a SQL Server to a NAS drive, all you need is to use SqlBak. Backups are very important, and many organizations have different standards and rules for storing backups, from the more constrained from a security point of view which require you to store them locally (on-premises) to the organizations that allow their DBAs to store backups of their databases onto cloud storage services. For those organizations that choose to store their backups locally, there are multiple storage solutions, one of which is owning your own NAS.
SQL Server maintenance is just as important as creating backups of your databases. Unfortunately, there are many companies out there that install a SQL Server database or more without setting up first their maintenance plans. Everything is perfect as usually at the beginning there is no problem, that is until a problem appears.
Restoring a SQL Server database from a Differential or Transaction log backup can’t be simpler when using SqlBak. All that you have to do is press a few buttons and the restore operation will be complete. Read the article to find out how.
How to remove old SQL Server backups – quick tutorial: Managing storage space occupied by your backups is a task that should not require a DBA’s time. With SqlBak 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.
There are a lot of SQL companies out in the world which build relational database systems to take care of storing and managing your data.
SQL Server offers multiple options when it comes to creating database backups. There are multiple types of backups for your databases, which will serve you in different situations. In this article, we will try to show you what are the basic types of backups, when and why to use them.