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Back up Windows Azure SQL Database
With just a few clicks you're ready to schedule your SQL Azure backup. Just enter the credentials and get going.
Create transactionally consistent backups by simply checking a box. This will automatically create a temporary copy of your SQL Azure Database for the duration of the backup.
Retention policy allows you to keep backups for a number of days and removes them automatically when they get too old.
Back up your Azure blobs, Amazon S3 objects, and Azure files storage
Ensure you always have backups of your Azure blobs, Amazon objects, or Azure files.
Easily backup multiple containers to Azure or Amazon, making sure you always have the latest files available.
If you're using Azure blobs you can also use snapshots to keep changed blobs intact so you can get at them in the event of a failure. You can also use a retention policy to remove old snapshots and control the amount of space you use.
NEW: You can now specify which files to backup using a glob pattern.
NEW: Azure files is now supported as backup source. This can currently only backup to Azure blob storage. As this is a new feature, and we’d love to know what you think. Email us your feedback at: email@example.com
Back up SQL Server to Azure
Schedule backups of your SQL Server 2012 or later databases to Azure blob storage; use the same simple scheduling features as for Windows Azure SQL database, and so easily manage all your backups in one place.
Back up Azure table
Don't forget your essential Azure table data when protecting your application. Back up your Azure table data to a simple to read compressed JSON file.
Manage your usage of Azure table storage by removing old rows in your data during the backup process, keeping your costs to a minimum.
Schedule your backups to run multiple times a day, daily, certain days of the week, weekly or monthly. Or forget all that and run it now if you're just trying things out.
Receive automated notifications after each job
On each success or failure of a job the system automatically sends you a status email with details of the job.
You can feed this email into your reporting system by changing the destination email at any time.
Quickly review your jobs
Easily view your upcoming jobs and the history of past jobs. Run them immediately, clone them to create new jobs, or edit them easily.
Control how your backups are named
Ensure the backup file fits in with your standard backups by appending a timestamp you specify to the backup file name.