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Firestreamer-DVD Offers Direct DVD Backup Of Microsoft SQL
Works With Microsoft's Native Backup Utility

Cristalink announced it has released Firestreamer-DVD 1.5. With this software Microsoft's backup utility can be used to backup data directly to DVD. The new version of Firestreamer-DVD introduces support for Microsoft SQL Server Backup (SQLBackup) and allows to natively back up live SQL databases directly to DVD.

The Auckland, New Zealand-based company has made a name for itself through specializing in device driver development, reverse engineering, and application development for Microsoft Windows operating systems. The new software emulates a virtual tape drive and integrates with Microsoft SQL Server, supporting all the features of SQLBackup, including complete, differential and transaction log backups, data compression, media spanning, backup scheduling with SQL Server Agent, manual backups with SQL Server Enterprise Manager, and automated backups with SQL script or any other programming language that supports Microsoft SQL-DMO objects.

Firestreamer-DVD also allows general purpose backups to DVD with the Microsoft backup utility (NTBackup), has the ability to span large backups across multiple DVD writers, and supports bare metal restore with Windows Automated System Recovery. The software operates on Microsoft Windows 2000, XP and 2003 Server, and is compatible with Microsoft Small Business Server 2000 and 2003.

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