Server Backup 2.0

Are you still making backups the old-fashioned way? Whether you back up Windows, Exchange Server, SharePoint, SQL Server, or virtualization servers, the old-school backup mentality may not be serving your actual needs. In The Definitive Guide to Windows Application and Server Backup 2.0, IT author and Microsoft MVP Don Jones proposes a new “Backup 2.0” way of thinking – using leading-edge technologies that are available today – that do a better job of meeting today’s business and technology needs for backup. With special chapters devoted to Exchange Server, SQL Server, virtualization, and SharePoint, you’ll learn about new techniques and technologies designed to take backups out of the 1960’s and into the 21st century.

Download the complete 215-page book today!
Chapters in this complete Realtime book include:
Chapter 1: Introduction: Why the Backup 1.0 Mentality Is Killing You
Chapter 2: 12 Horror Stories—We Thought We Had a Backup!
Chapter 3: Whole‐Server Backups
Chapter 4: Rethinking Exchange Server Backups
Chapter 5: SQL Server Backups
Chapter 6: SharePoint Server Backups
Chapter 7: Rethinking Virtualization Server Backups
Chapter 8: Getting More from Backups: Other Concerns and Capabilities
Chapter 9: Keeping Your Backups: Storage Architecture
Chapter 10: What’s Your Disaster Recovery Plan?
Chapter 11: Upgrading Your Backup Mentality: Is It Really Worth It?
Chapter 12: Tales from the Trenches: My Life with Backup 2.0

Published by Aryan Nava

Founder of "BlockchainMind", CTO for two Blockchain startup during 2018, Cloud/DevOps Consultant and Blockchain Trainer

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