You can use the Commvault software to back up and restore Microsoft SQL Server databases.
Data You Can Back Up
Backups You Can Perform
Full backups, using IntelliSnap
IntelliSnap backup copy
Transaction log backups
When You Can Perform Backups
On a schedule: The server plan that you assign manages scheduled backups
On demand: You can perform on-demand backups at any time
Backups You Can Use for Restores
The most recent backup: For example, restore the most recent backup to secondary storage, such as tape, for long-term storage
A backup from a specific date: For example, restore data to a point in time before it became unusable
Backups from a date range: For example, restore data that was accidentally deleted
Destinations You Can Restore To
The current location (in place)
A different client, instance, or database name
You can use the cloning feature to create a copy of the database using a full IntelliSnap backup or a block-level backup for a test environment. The system automatically shuts down the clone database and frees up all resources when the reservation period expires.
Automatic Discovery of Applications
You can use the Auto discover applications option to automatically find SQL databases in your environment and install software to back up the SQL databases. For more information, see Automatic Discovery of Applications.