New Year’s Resolution: How to Back Up Your Data

Last week I encouraged you to use Amazon’s cheap and extremely resilient Glacier service to archive your personal data. Let’s see how to do this. Glacier uses the same storage technology as S3, for just one-tenth the cost. The primary trade-off is that Glacier is intended for archiving data, not using it, and to get […]
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New Year’s Resolution: Back Up Your Data

Two years ago I wrote about backing up your personal data using cloud services, and specifically using Amazon’s Glacier service. I’m writing this post a couple of weeks after New Year’s Day, a time of year to think about getting into better habits. Let’s take another look at this. Some simple commands that you learn […]
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SQL Server 2014 New Features: Encrypted Backup

James X. from Learning Tree’s Course 535 Developing High Performance SQL Server Databases asked a question (during coffee break) that wasn’t related to performance, but was important nonetheless. “Is it true that someone can circumvent a lot of SQL Server’s security by simply restoring a database backup to a different machine where he or she […]
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