We’ve all been there. We acquire a new SQL Server database, instance or server, schedule some backups and call it a day. But over time, the databases grow or the need for the databases change. How often do we review the backup strategy we initially implemented to ensure it still meets our recovery objectives?
In this session we go back to the fundamentals and review the types of backups available in SQL Server, from the common (Full, Differential, Log) to the not so common (File, Filegroup). We’ll discuss how and when to use each and how to combine them to form a complete recovery plan.
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