MSSQL Backup Software

MS SQL Backup

MSSQL Backup Software, like Handy Backup, provides a set of features for fully automated MSSQL database backup. These features are crucial for both data security and a comfortable managing of MS SQL applications.

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Principal Features of MSSQL Auto Backup

Handy Backup has a dedicated tool allowing MSSQL backup schedule with an auto selection for any data types managed by Microsoft SQL Server. Let us explain some of these key features in details.

MS SQL Backup

Accuracy and Reliability of MSSQL Backup

Unlike programs that use ODBC driver to export MSSQL tables, Handy Backup works with MSSQL Server directly, and lets you to back up MS SQL database with all views, indexes, stored procedures, etc., and always restore them intact.

Hot MSSQL Backup

Hot Backup of MS SQL Databases

Our software allows performing MSSQL backup table in a hot mode: instead of interrupting SQL Server services, it takes a live snapshot of the database, building a complete copy. This function can save a lot of time for a business activity during backup.

Backup MSSQL 2008, 2005, 2000

Support for All Versions and Configurations

You can back up MS SQL 2014, 2012 (R2), 2008 (R2), 2005, 2000, both 32-bit/ 64-bit versions. To backup MSSQL, you need to click the respective option, and the utility will automatically find and display all SQL Server data on your computer.



Additional Features and Options

Our utility is equipped with the whole range of options that you may need when performing MSSQL backup:

  • Incremental and differential backup, with a technique of versioned backup also available;
  • Compression and encryption functions, as well as transferring data by SFTP or FTPS;
  • Keeping SQL data backed up in the native, readable and exploitable formats;
  • A lot of storage types including USB, NAS units, clouds such as Amazon S3 and other;
  • Control and scheduling function allowing the full automation of any backup strategy.
How to backup database in Access: destination selection

A Note about Scheduling

MsSQL backup on USB plugging

You can create a MS SQL backup schedule for a task to repeat it with any period set from minutes to months, as well as link your task to plugging a dedicated USB device into a server port, or by some event such as logging on or off the system. This flexibility gives you a freedom about planning backups.

Recommended Solution

Handy Backup Small Server

Version 7.7.6, built on January 26, 2016. 54.2 MB
Backup Software from Novosoft LLC. 249 USD per license.

Handy Backup Small Server

To back up MS SQL Server, you need Handy Backup Small Server edition. If you want to back up multiple servers, please see Handy Backup Server Network.

MSSQL Backup and Restore with Handy Backup

Handy Backup is a perfect tool for MSSQL backup. To save Microsoft SQL Server data, please use the dedicated feature called “MSSQL” on the data source selection. Using this instrument, you can mark and save any SQL data you need to copy.

Note: To ensure MS SQL auto backup, you need to enable Windows Authentication Mode at SQL Server, and run the program with administrator privileges in MS SQL.

Selecting MSSQL Backup in Handy Backup

The Next Generation: Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Backup

The latest version of MS SQL Server contains many improvements; the biggest of these new functions are the tools of sharing or SQL 2014 backup to Windows Azure and keeping the maximum amount of data in RAM instead of disk buffers.

Despite of the profound changes in data keeping structure emerged by these improvements, Handy Backup still allows a fully automated Microsoft SQL Server 2014 backup database content, without any restriction or slowing down for all backup and restoration procedures. For more information about different options related to MS SQL backup, please read FAQ.

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