The program's main purpose is the maintenance of databases on Microsoft SQL Servers. If you are not a database administrator, then setting up maintenance can take a lot of time and effort. You'll need to choose a recovery model for your databases, configure backups, find the right scripts for maintaining indexes, arrange all these tasks in the correct order, create a schedule, and so on. But even doing that, you can't be sure that it's all working the way it should. For example, it may happen that during a malfunction you are unable to restore a database from a backup. This may occur for many reasons: a disk error, or a broken chain of backups. Likewise, if you don't configure notifications, then you won't find out in time that the creation of a backup has failed for example, because the disk has run out of space.
- SQL Server best practices, quick and easy setup - 30 built-in tasks: backups, maintaining indexes, integrity check and so on - 7 maintenance policy templates that are customary for most databases - free disk space monitoring - copying backups to a network disk or locally - automatic restore - notifications on email - gathering statistics on the size of the database calculation of average data growth - maintains several SQL Servers in one program
QMB maintains databases on the 2000-2014 versions of any editions of Microsoft SQL Server. Trial 30 days. Free for SQL Express!
Windows Server 2003 and above, Windows XP SP3 and above, .NET Framework 4.0, 1024 MB RAM, 100 MB HD
- Added support for Powershell scripts to the task - Added the ability to execute non T-SQL script for every database in the Maintenance Policy. The ?DataBaseName? marker replaced with the name of the database - Fixed the crash occurring when adding a n
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