What can SQLBackupAndFTP do?
SQL Backup FTP is SQL Server, MySQL and PostgreSQL backup software that runs scheduled backups (full, differential or transaction log) of SQL Server or SQL Server Express databases (any version), runs file/folder backup, zips and encrypts the backups, stores them on a network or on an FTP server or in the cloud (Amazon S3 and others we’re constantly adding more), removes old backups, and sends an e-mail confirmation on the job’s success or failure.
Database Backup in 2 min
No more complicated configuration, just a single form to automate backups: select databases, backup (full, diff, tran log), encrypt, compress, send to a folder, FTP or cloud service:
schedule backups, receive confirmation emails and restore when needed
Starts from $0
- free- backup 2 databases to a network or FTP on schedule
- $39+ backup 5 databases, Google Drive or Dropbox
- $89+ unlimited database backups, OneDrive Personal & Box
- $129+ Amazon S3, Windows Azure, OneDrive for Business & AES encryption
- $399+ lifetime updates
When it should not be used
SQLBackupAndFTP is made to be simple. While for the majority of the users this is a huge advantage, some specific configurations are not handled. You should not use SQLBackupAndFTP if you want to monitor SQL Server performance and schedule backups online in your browser for a large number of servers.
Compare the different versions - Professional Lifetime, Professional, Standard, Lite and Free
How is SQLBackupAndFTP used?
SQLBackupAndFTP is ideal for any SQL Server, MySQL or PostgreSQL database where backups should be sent to FTP, SFTP, FTPS, NAS, local or network folder, Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Box, Amazon S3 (and any S3-Compatible storage), Azure Storage, Backblaze B2, Yandex.Disk. It is especially useful for SQL Server Express 2005, SQL Server Express 2008 and SQL Server Express 2014, since they don’t have built-in in tools for backup, but it can be used in any SQL Server Version.
- Backup MySQL (TCP/IP) DB
- Backup to Network Folder
- Backup to Amazon S3
- Backup to OneDrive
- Backup to Google Drive