Webcast : SQL Server Backup Strategies – Architect a Solid Backup Foundation
Recovering from a disaster starts with having a solid, battle-tested backup strategy that aligns to the business goals.
In this presentation, we start by asking application owners critical questions about potential data loss, recovery times, and other important questions that define the backup approach. But how do those answers get turned into a technical approach for a solid backup strategy? What features help us meet those objectives?
By the end of this presentation, you will be able to go through the full design process and walk away with an approach to design an effective backup strategy for your environment.
- Whitepaper: Database Backup Compression Versus File Deduplication
- Whitepaper: How Compliance Impacts Backup Strategy
- Whitepaper: How To Develop And Test A Disaster Recovery Plan
- Whitepaper: Initializing Replication from Backup
- Whitepaper: Top SQL Server Backup Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)
- Whitepaper: Understanding Database Backup Strategies
- Whitepaper: Virtual Machine Snapshots versus Database Backups
- Whitepaper: What’s on the Mind of IT When It Comes to Backup
- Webcast: How to Create Your Disaster Recovery Plan
- Webcast: Best Practices for SQL Server Backup and Disaster Recovery
- Webcast: Defend Your Database Against Disasters
- Webcast: Designing a SQL Server Backup Strategy
- Webcast: SQL Server Backup Automation and Best Practices
- Webcast: SQL Server Backup: Challenges, Best Practices and Instant Data Recovery
- Webcast: SQL Server Backup Strategies: One Size Does Not Fit All
- Infographic: Top 5 Backup Mistakes
Chris Shaw started his database career in 1993 while in the Marine Corps. Following his service in the Marine Corps, Chris continued working with databases for companies such as Wells Fargo, Pulte Mortgage, Yellow Pages Inc, Anthem Blue Shield and Admini Quest. He has been writing and speaking about SQL Server for over 15 years at events such as SQL Connections, PASS, SSWUG Ultimate conferences and founded the Colorado Springs SQL Server User Group. Chris has received eight Microsoft MVP awards. Chris can also be found in print, he has many articles on the SSWUG website, was a contributing author for SQL Server 2005 Bible, SQL Server MVP Deep Dives, Volume 2 and most recently SQL Server 2012 Best Practices.
Automate SQL Server Backup Across your Enterprise
- Backup faster and save space via dynamic compression with encryption.
- Choose from multiple options for recovery.
- Ensure organizational compliance via policy-based management.
- Reduce failures due to temporary network problems.
- Receive alerts and create reports with centralized web console.
- Instantly read and write access to databases directly from backup files.