SQribe can be used by software developers, database administrators, and other IT professionals, to backup, restore, and archive local and remote Microsoft SQL Server database schemas and data.
SQribe is compatible with SQL Server 2012 and Later.
The following videos will help you to understand what SQribe is, how to install it as a tool or contribute to the project, how to use the command line and job files, and see the backup and restore processes from start to finish.
This short video explains what SQribe is, how to install it, and how to test your installation.
If you're going to watch just one video to learn about SQribe, this is the one.
The nitty gritty. In this video I run give you an overview of SQribe command line usage and job files, as well as why you would use either method in your workflow.
Now we get to the fun stuff. In this video I run a database backup from start to finish. During the backup I explain what you're seeing on-screen at each step, and talk about what's going on under the hood.
More fun stuff. In this video I run a database restore from start to finish. During the restore I explain what you're seeing on-screen at each step, and talk about what's going on under the hood.