Ok, so now we have our backups, Windows Server Backup, Azure Backup and SQL backup. If you have used a normal SQL edition and not express you have probably used maintenance plans to notify when the jobs fail but if you use SQL express you need to do it in another way and that is what I’m going to show you. Read the rest of this entry »
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Time for the part two in this series which is going to be about SQL backups on a virtual machine in Azure. Read the rest of this entry »
Many partners only specializes in Dynamics NAV and not in hosting. Often the customers have their own servers and are responsible for backups or a partner is responsible for the hosting environment.
What I’m trying to say is that probably many NAV partners haven’t been responsible for SQL backups before and now with putting everything in Azure we are skipping the hosting partner and instead becoming our own hosting partner.
When we do this we need to have a strategy to tackle this new scenario with this blog post and following I would like to share some information from the field on how you can implement different backup strategies.
There are several ways to cover this and I’m going to mention the most obvious ones:
- SQL Backup
- Windows Server Backup
- Azure Backup
- System Center – Data Protection Manager