Unauthorized backups, how to seize back data? [migrated]

It appears that someone at my company (likely using stolen admin credentials) had set up backups for the whole org on G Suite using Backupify and Spinbackup. We need to secure the data. Unfortunately the login for Backupify seems to be something other than a company email.

How do we legally seize our data from these backup services and make sure nobody else has access to it?

(Of course it’s likely that whoever set up these has a copy of all data already but that’s a separate problem)

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Skipping VM backups for high workload SQL Server?

For those who have virtualized SQL Servers with very high volume transaction workload (very high rate of data change), I am curious how you handle VM backups, or if you even do them.

Of course, I manage a separate chain of transactionally-consistent native database backups. But the standard policy at the virtualization level has always been to backup all VMs. This is currently using a typical 3rd party VM backup solution (Initiate VM snapshot, copy snapshot data to backup appliance, release snapshot). However, these servers have an extremely high rate of data change, resulting in the change files growing large very quickly. And the system is reaching a point where it is choking on the amount of data that needs merged during the snapshot release.

I am toying with the idea of skipping the VM backups altogether. I don’t permit any other apps to be installed on SQL Servers, and the base OS and SQL configuration is pretty vanilla. So it wouldn’t take much in a failure scenario to just deploy a new VM from template, install SQL bits on it, and start restoring database backups.

Thoughts? Alternatives? Pitfalls I’m missing? Thanks for your input.

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How to design interface for backups that users can restore to

I am currently working on a system for our application where users can restore to backups done previously. The current setup is that the system backups everyday when automatic backups are on. Now our users can also restore to a backup done previously at a given time such a differential backups. How to create an easy to use UI for the Application so that they can restore to these previous backups done throughout the day if needed?

My initial approach was a particular day and underneath the date, a slider that can be used to restore to? Keeping in mind that our users are 40+ years**+** old.

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