Amazon RDS for SQL Server supports native backup and restore procedures. But you can’t restore a backup file to an RDS DB instance multiple times to create copies of the database. Is there a way to get around this limitation? This post documents one such approach.
Amazon RDS for SQL Server is a relational database management system provided as-a-service, which makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale SQL Server deployments in the cloud. But are you aware of all the caveats and limitations? Find out if Amazon RDS for SQL Server is the right fit for you.
What does the date July 14, 2015 mean to you? Are you having trouble thinking of anything? Don’t panic. You did not forget your Great Aunt Ethel’s birthday, or your 9-and-three-quarter-year anniversary (but take this as a reminder to mark your calendar for those things). So what does that date mean, then? Drumroll, please: It[...]