Tag Archives: disaster recovery

Defending Against Ransomware

I don’t manage production systems at Redgate, and I’ve not seen us have any disruption in the access to systems across the last few years. At a number of events, however, I’ve spoken to friends that have told me about … Continue reading

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Expect the Unexpected with DiRT

Disaster recovery is one of the core tasks that many DBAs think about on a regular basis. Ensuring that we can get our data back online, available, accessible, and intact is important. More than a few DBAs that haven’t been … Continue reading

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DR Priority

Those of us that act as DBAs or sysadmins for database systems know that DR is a point of emphasis for us. We usually spend plenty of time ensuring backups are working and practicing restores. The automated scripts and processes … Continue reading

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Restoring an Expired Certificate–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. One common task that you might need to handle if you work with encryption is dealing with a certificate. … Continue reading

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