Date Added: Feb 2010
With its ease of use, scalability, reliability and broad industry support, Microsoft? SQL Server? is the solution of choice for many customers. While SQL Server 2008 offers options for improving database protection and recovery, none of them is intended to provide a complete disaster recovery solution. Today, regulatory mandates and service level agreements drive many of these requirements beyond what native SQL Server data protection options can provide. Protecting the data assets stored by SQL is the first step to providing protection and the ability to recover quickly. The second step, commonly overlooked in the initial phases of a recovery plan, is protecting the application itself.