Backing up your Microsoft SQL Server database is unquestionably essential for keeping your data intact and accessible. Adhering to best practices implies having at least two backups; one onsite and one offsite. That’s where CloudBerry Backup comes in — providing a comprehensive solution that can effortlessly back up Microsoft SQL Server databases to the cloud and NAS-based storage services.
CloudBerry Backup 5.7 further improves its Microsoft SQL Server backup capabilities in relation to transaction logs backup. Read on to learn more about the changes in the latest edition of our flagship backup product.
Our team has been laboring day and night for the last month to bring you CloudBerry Backup 5.4. One of the novelties of the latest iteration of our flagship backup solution is support for AWS Snowball import for SQL Server.
Shortly before Christmas we are excited to announce a new small release of CloudBerry Backup v4.7.1. It comes with a number of enhacements like:
- New storage provider: NetApp object storage
- Ability to create and run MS SQL Server restore plan in CLI
- Ability to create a bootable flash or ISO in CLI
Shortly before Christmas we are excited to announce a new small release of CloudBerry Backup v4.7. It comes with a number of enhancements like:
- New storage providers: Akaza, CenturyLink, Cisco, LeoNovus, SwiftStack, Zettagrid, Selectel, Zetta
- Ability to create and run MS SQL Server backup in CLI
- Option to generate a detailed report for backup to OpenStack storage