WM SQL Backup
Supported Operating Systems:
- Desktop OS: Windows 7/8/10*
- Server OS: Windows Server 2003/2008/2012/2016 Windows Server 2008/2012 R2
Supported Microsoft SQL Server versions:
System Requirements: Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, 1.4 GHz 64-bit processor, 512 MB RAM, 100 MB minimum disk space, Gigabit (10/100/1000baseT) Ethernet adapter
- Microsoft SQL Server 2008/2012/2014/2016/2017
- Microsoft SQL Server Express
Image-based backup and bare-metal restore:
- Restore Windows Server as virtual machine in the cloud (Amazon EC2, Azure VM)
- Doesn't require space on the local drive — backup server to the cloud directly
- Restores with USB Flash directly from the cloud
- Backs up all or selected volumes
- Restores to a dissimilar hardware
- Restores to Hyper-V or VMware
- File level restore from image based backup
MS SQL Server backup and restore:
- Full and differential backup
- Transaction log backup
- Predefined backup templates
- Restore Microsoft SQL Server databases and backup files
- Microsoft SQL Server Backup: WM Backup provides cloud backup and restore capabilities for Microsoft SQL Server databases allowing to run full, differential or transaction log backup.
- Image Based Backup: Block-level volume snapshots are taken and sent directly to the cloud, allowing dissimilar hardware or virtual machines restores.
- Scheduling and Real-Time Backup: Setup hourly, daily, weekly, monthly backups or specify your own schedule. Real-Time backup allows to backup files and folders on Windows Server on change or creation.
- 256-bit AES Encryption: Encrypt backups with up to 256-bit strong keys on source side. All data sent to the cloud is also encrypted using the SSL protocols to protect while it is in transit.
- Ransomware Protection: WM File Backup detects encryption changes in files and prevents existing backups from being overwritten until an administrator confirms if there is an issue.
- Restore to the Cloud VM: WM Backup allows to deploy Windows Server image from a backup copy image as an Amazon EC2 or Azure VM instance and get your physical or virtual server up and running in the cloud with a few simple steps.
- Synthetic Full Backup: Reduce the amount of uploaded data and accelerate full backup creation by reusing the existing data stored in the cloud.
- Cloud and Local Backup: Backup to cloud storage of your choice or set up local backup if you want to send only a subset of your data to the cloud and keep the rest on your local backup storage.
- Compression: Reduce data overhead, decrease storage costs, aid bandwidth and accelerate backup completion with optional compression.
- Block Level Backup: Backup only modified or new portions of files to add them to existing online data pool.
- Multiple Cloud Storage Support: Choose one of the supported public cloud storage, including: Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Windows Azure, Rackspace, OpenStack, Google Storage, SoftLayer and others.
- Network Locations Backup: Back up your network locations including network shares, NAS devices, mapped drives, etc.
- Cloud to Cloud Backup: Back up data from one cloud storage location to another. Use multiple cloud storage destinations to keep your cloud data backups.
- Cloud to Local Backup: Automate backup of the cloud data to local storage, external or network drive.
- Retention Policies: Set up retention options to enable automated deletion of outdated data from your storage. Keep only actual versions of your backups.
- Email Notifications: Set up customizable email notifications to track each run of your Windows backup and restore plans remotely.
- Web Interface: Use Web Interface to manage the users, storage, licenses, backup and restore.