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JD Edwards Database: About That Time You Deleted Some Records By Mistake…

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In this webcast you’ll learn:
• How to protect yourself from database mini-disasters
• How to recover from them without failing over to a DR site

Everybody talks about disaster recovery these days and how there needs to be a complete copy of your data available at another location within a few minutes. You definitely need that but that’s far from the most likely way you’re going to lose data. What’s more common is accidentally losing a subset of data due to an incorrect update, data purge, or security change. You don’t have to delete everything to cripple a company, just change a small subset of the data and turmoil will ensue. Restoring a full backup to get a small amount data back is like rebuilding your house because you punched a hole in the drywall. How do you protect against that kind of data loss?