Posts written by Anil Kumar
A database backup results when you back up the operational state, architecture, and stored data of a database. It enables you to create a duplicate instance or a copy of your database in case the primary database crashes, gets corrupted, or is lost.
Originally published by Tricore: June 14, 2017
This blog identifies the deprecated Microsoft® SQL Server® Database Engine features that are available in SQL Server 2016 and that will be removed in future releases of SQL Server.