Today we’re releasing SQL Backup Master v3.1. It offers a number of improvements and bug fixes, including important changes to Dropbox support.
Dropbox recently announced that “version 1” of their service API (application programming interface) is now deprecated, and will be shut down on June 28th, 2017. Since SQL Backup Master v3.0 and earlier make use of Dropbox API v1, those installations will no longer be able to interface with Dropbox after the announced shut down date.
For SQL Backup Master v3.1, we have updated Dropbox support to use their latest service APIs. For this reason, we encourage any SQL Backup Master users that rely on Dropbox integration to upgrade prior to June of 2017.
For more information on what’s new in SQL Backup Master v3.1, please see the full product release notes.
Key Metric Software is proud to announce the release of SQL Backup Master 3.
This new version contains many powerful new features, including:
– Support for SQL Server 2016
– Support for OneDrive as a backup destination
– Failed backup job retry (built into the scheduler)
– The ability to bypass database file compression
– New multi-core ZIP compression subsystem
– Improved (and more granular) notifications
– Extensive FTP/SFTP proxy support
– Numerous improvements to Amazon S3 support
– And much more
You can read more about the new SQL Backup Master release here:
Or download the new release now:
IMPORTANT: If you’re licensed for a previous version of SQL Backup Master and are interested in upgrading to this new release, you’ll need to upgrade your license before installing the new release. If you install the new version without upgrading your license first, it will revert to the features and functionality of the free version.