Disaster recovery does not only come in the form of methods and processes requiring manpower. At these modern times, IT systems have also began using more high-tech methods to increase security and safety especially for database operations. Thus, the advent of disaster recovery server SQL began.
The disaster recovery server SQL can provide its clients with various options flexible enough to combine with other recovery methods. It provides the clients with these useful services.
Clustering – Disaster recovery server SQL enabled more than a couple of nodes to link together and share a common disk space. The active node is the one who will own the shared resources. This feature effectively protects your system from a server failure.
Database Backup – This feature is especially designed to protect the whole production environment in case the whole system meets a disaster.
The disaster recovery server SQL has a wide range of systems which hosts various database specified back up processes.
The complete database system backs up the entire system of the specified business area. In this mode, all files regardless of type and size are being backed up within the server SQL.
The differential backup system is in contrast with the above mentioned. This type of database backup system backs up only some specified portions of the concerned area. This system also requires lesser management since it only involves a limited amount of storage space.
The transactional log back-up makes changes possible pertaining to the log information of the transaction log created for the database. However, a model which operates under a simple system cannot maximize this feature.