ADVSoft SQL Backup is designed to work with in-house and hosted MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server databases. Hosted MySQL databases are accessed via phpMyAdmin, TCP/IP or SSH. ADVSoft SQL Backup can concurrently back up multiple databases, and comes with full journaling and task management.
Back up SQL databases to local or remote NAS or FTP servers, or use one of the many cloud service providers as an additional safety layer. ADVSoft SQL Backup supports all major public cloud services including Box.com, Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive. You can use multiple cloud services to maximize available storage allotments.
Don’t trust public cloud services? ADVSoft SQL Backup offers transparent AES encryption to secure your data. Still don’t trust the public infrastructure? Back up to your own Microsoft Azure or Amazon S3 instance! Short on cloud storage space or have limited bandwidth? ADVSoft SQL Backup supports on-the-fly compression with 7Zip.
ADVSoft SQL Backup is good for migrating databases between servers. We used the tool for moving a bunch of databases from one PC to another. It took less than an hour to migrate the five MySQL databases we ran at our server into an S3 instance.
This is the first cloud backup that’s actually usable. Not only you get to back up to any cloud (and not just Microsoft Azure), but it doesn’t take a university degree to configure it to your liking. We’ve been ADVSoft SQL Backup for the last two months, and so fat it’s been quick and reliable.
ADVSoft SQL Backup can backup SQL databases over LAN and WAN at the same time. It zips and encrypts data on the fly, and uses secure SSL connection to backup. An easy tool for taking care of routine backup tasks. There is nothing not to like about it!
MSSQL Server already comes with a cloud backup tool. However, you can only use it with Microsoft Azure. Since Azure is not what our company is using, we needed a third-party tool to back up our MSSQL database into a corporate Dropbox account. ADVSoft SQL Backup worked like a charm.
It’s fast! Backups run smoothly, uploads at maximum speed permitted by the cloud. We get about 50 MB/s to a local NAS, but only about 1-3 MB/s to Dropbox. Our database is about 500 MB. It takes less than a minute to Dropbox, and only a few seconds for NAS backup.
The new tool enables administrators to back up local and hosted databases onto NAS and FTP servers or use one or several public...