Veeam® Explorer™ for Microsoft SQL Server gives you fast, transaction-level recovery of SQL databases. With agentless transaction log backup and replay1, you can quickly perform point-in-time restores of your Microsoft SQL Server databases — down to an individual transaction — achieving Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs) of < 15 minutes.
With NEW Veeam Backup & Replication™ Community Edition, you can save a significant amount of time and restore local SQL databases without the need to search for individual files.
Veeam Explorer for Microsoft SQL Server delivers an easy-to-use, wizard-driven interface for restoring your databases from a backup. It’s easy!
There’s no need to search for the location of the database and log files in a file-level recovery session or to spend time attaching restored files back to SQL Server — the entire process is fully automated. Select the SQL Server backup and click to:
The Enterprise Manager web interface even provides a complete view of all your available SQL databases to simplify the recovery of deleted or lost databases.
In Veeam Explorer for Microsoft SQL Server, you can export a database to its original location with one click. It can be exported as of the current restore point, to a certain point in time or to the state prior to a selected transaction. Moreover, based on your needs you can export a database to custom locations and attach it to any SQL Servers.
Veeam simplifies SQL Server recovery by providing you several options for restore. From a single image-level SQL backup, you can restore databases or tables1 and you don’t need to be an expert or know what MDF, NDF and LDF files mean — the wizard-driven recovery process will guide you through, detecting all available databases and instances that you can restore, but that’s not all:
Restoring a SQL database and ensuring low RTOs and RPOs has never been so easy! With agentless transaction log backup and replay, you can perform quick point-in-time restores up to a certain transaction, like rolling back the delete or insert query.
Transaction log backup is a separate option that can be triggered during SQL Server backup job configuration. It is complementary to the main image-level backup job and runs every 15 minutes (or less), taking incremental changes of the database. This enables granular, transaction-level recoveries for SQL databases.
Recovery is simple — just use the slider interface to identify whether you want to recover to a point in time or perform a more granular restore by entering a specific time, and in one click, you can recover your database.
The following versions of Microsoft SQL Server are supported as source/target systems for database restore:
All editions of Microsoft SQL Server are supported. Visit our release notes for more information.