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Log Shipping MS SQL Server 2008 - Part I

, 26 May 2011
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Through this video I have tried to explain the concept of log shipping in MS SQL Server. It's broken into 2 parts, this is the first part.

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Through this video I have tried to explain the concept of log shipping in MS SQL Server. It's broken into 2 parts, this is the first part. Watch Part 2 here.

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Keshav Singh
Database Developer
India India
I am a Microsoft certified Technology Specialist in MS SQL Server 2008 and 2005.I have fair amount of experience and expertise in MS database development, administration and modeling and MS BI. Started my career in 2007 and primarily into MS databases, and later diversified into MS BI especially SSIS. I also have a little exposure in Oracle 10g while working on one of the migration projects. But MS SQL Server is my passion!
 
Firm believer in knowledge grows from sharing, I really like reading books, trying new features and sharing the little that I know. Unless we're willing to have a go, fail miserably, have another go, success won't happen. The best thing I have discovered about myself is the "never say die" attitude. The best comment I have ever received is when my manager at my first job said "when this guy works he throws away his watch".

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QuestionExcellent Job! Pinmembercnetics7-Aug-11 6:45 
AnswerRe: Excellent Job! PinmemberKeshav Singh7-Aug-11 6:51 
GeneralMy vote of 5 PinmemberRaghu Karupakala27-May-11 3:21 
GeneralRe: My vote of 5 PinmemberKeshav Singh27-May-11 4:01 

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