- Recorded Date:Jan. 22, 2014
- Event:On Demand
Everyone knows they should have backups in place for their SQL Server databases, but what do you do with these backup files when you need to recover an entire database, an object or data?
Join us for this informative webinar about recovering your databases.
What you will learn
In this webinar, we will explain the various aspects of restoring databases along with the commands and options that can be used for recovery. We will discuss the different restore paths that can be taken based on the backups you have generated, talk about strategies to recover specific objects and data along with how system tables can be used to assist with auto-generating restore commands
Edwin Sarmiento works as a SQL Server DBA for The Pythian Group in Ottawa, ON in Canada. Prior to joining Pythian, he was a senior systems engineer/DBA for Fujitsu Asia Pte Ltd in Singapore and is responsible for maintaining 200+ servers and databases for a global client in 10 countries. He is very passionate about technology but has interests in music, professional and organizational development, leadership and management matters when not working with databases.