Hands-On-Lab: Azure SQL Database Backup and Restore

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Hands-On-Lab: Azure SQL Database Backup and Restore

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Here is another popular lab from Hands-On-Lab library: Azure SQL Database Backup and Restore.

Azure Microsoft Azure SQL Database is a DBaaS (Database as a service) or PaaS (Platform as a Service) offering from Microsoft. Azure SQL Database is largely compatible with on premise SQL Server and supports most of the SQL Server features. Azure SQL Database is optimized for SaaS (Software as a Service) applications. In this lab, we’ll learn to backup and restore Azure SQL Database. In the first exercise, we’ll learn to set long-term backup retention for Azure SQL Database. In the second exercise, we’ll learn how to import and export Azure SQL Database, in the third exercise, we’ll learn how to restore a Azure SQL Database and in the fourth exercise, we’ll learn about to perform a Point-In-Time restore of Azure SQL Database.

Exercise 1: Implement Long-Term Backup Retention for Azure SQL Database
Exercise 2: Import and Export Azure SQL Database
Exercise 3: Perform Point-In-Time restore of Azure SQL Database.

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