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We’ve said it over and over and over again: as a DBA, the most important task you need to be doing is backing up your data.

There are a lot of things to think about. What recovery model is best for your database? How can you automate backups? What steps need to be taken to restore a database that had full and log backups taken?

To help answer some of the most common questions, I’ve put together a 115-minute, five-module course on Backup and Recovery, Step by Step! 

 

Problems My Training Will Solve

You’re new to this whole SQL Server thing. You’ve heard people say you need to be backing up your data, but you aren’t sure where to start. This training will guide you step by step through the process.

You’re the “reluctant DBA” and you know you have regular full and log backups. However, you’ve never had to restore a series of them to solve a production issue. Yet. The time to learn is not when there is a problem. Learn the steps now and be prepared when you need them!

You’ve heard of the different recovery models, like simple, full, and bulk-logged, but you aren’t sure what the differences are and when they are appropriate. All of these will be explained.

Start here if you’re interested in learning more!

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