Session 1: SQL Recovery Models and Backups

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Running Time: 59 minutes | This session will answer the following questions: What are full, simple, and bulk-logged recovery? What are the differences between full, transaction log, differential, or filegroup backups? What is a piecemeal restore? What is a stripped backup and how does it speed things up? What is a VLF and how does VLF fragmentation affect my SQL Server? How do VLF’s affect AlwaysOn, mirroring, change data capture, or use transactional replication? This session will cover ...

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