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The widespread adoption and use of SharePoint 2010 forces organizations to place a great deal additional importance on the availability and protection of the valuable content they place in their SharePoint environments—an undertaking not to be taken lightly. The good news is that throughout its numerous releases, SharePoint has provided many tools and features to aid organizations’ disaster recovery (DR) efforts of that valuable content
A solid backup & recovery strategy for your SharePoint platform in case of a disaster or a situation that creates a need for single item restores is an important step when maintaining strict SLAs.
Single item restores should be seamlessly possible regardless of where the SharePoint content is stored.
By default, content (including metadata & BLOBs) is stored in the content database. When content is offloaded out of SQL using RBS in combination with an ISV specific EBS/RBS provider, such as the one provided in AvePoint’s DocAve Software Platform for SharePoint, the metadata is stored in the AllUserData or AllDocs table. But the BLOB is offloaded to a NetShare of choice at upload or through scheduled jobs (determined by size, age or other metadata).