Recovering Microsoft SQL Server Objects
Microsoft SQL Server is one of the most business-critical services. SQL Server data loss or undesired data modification can happen for many reasons, including the human factor, hardware failures, malicious actions or virus attacks. Loss of SQL objects due to any causes can have a significant impact on a business. Microsoft SQL Server recovery can be a complex and time-consuming task, which in particular, concerns big SQL databases.
To perform SQL server restore, you first need to perform an application-aware backup. This will ensure that data inside a database is consistent. Legacy backup requires restoring an entire VM with the SQL server, and only then restoring individual objects. This is a time-consuming process and puts an additional load on your environment. In contrast, NAKIVO Backup & Replication allows recovering SQL objects directly from compressed and deduplicated VM backups. Let’s take a closer look at how it’s done.
For example, you have the TestLabDB SQL database with Table_1 and Table_2 tables, which contain some important data:
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