Operating Without Traditional Point-in-Time Backups

An Exchange infrastructure that uses Exchange Native Data Protection is an infrastructure in which you don't need to perform traditional point-in-time backups.

The intention to move toward an infrastructure without traditional point-in-time backups is mainly cost-driven—you can save the money for expensive backup solutions and storage facilities for tapes or disks. To deploy an infrastructure without traditional point-in-time backups, you need to consider the following:

  • Create multiple database copies using DAGs to protect your database by having it copied to different Exchange servers—maybe even to different datacenters—to reduce the risk of losing a database because of a malfunction such as a ...

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