SQL Remote Blob Storage Team Blog

Remote Blob Storage (RBS) is a library API set that is designed to move storage of large binary data (BLOBs) from Microsoft SQL Server to external storage solutions.

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  • Blog Post: Fixing RBS/Provider version mismatch issues

    The problem Release of a new RBS library will cause the providers developed with older version to not work due to version mismatch. The symptoms Let’s take an example of SharePoint to understand where and how the problem might appear. On a running SharePoint instance...
  • Blog Post: RBS Security Model

    RBS stores blob data in external blob stores which often use a differing security method from SQL Server. This blog post details the RBS security model for administrators and provider developers. Master Key Requirement As part of the RBS installation a database master key is required to be set...
  • Blog Post: RBS Introductory Post from Jose Barreto

    Jose Barreto, a member of the Storage Solutions Division Team here at Microsoft has put together a great post introducing RBS. http://blogs.technet.com/josebda/archive/2008/07/29/sql-server-remote-blob-store-rbs-available-as-part-of-the-feature-pack-rc0-for-microsoft-sql-server-2008.aspx - mike
  • Blog Post: RBS Sample Application Released

    The latest release on the RBS CodePlex sample site ( http://www.codeplex.com/sqlrbs ) contains a sample application demonstrating the various ways to store and fetch blobs using the RBS interface. This includes basic store / fetch, specifying collections / blob stores for store calls, use of the push...
  • Blog Post: Remote Blob Storage RC0 Release

    Hi, and welcome to the Remote Blob Storage team blog. This first post is to announce our client release as part of SQL Server RC0's Feature Pack downloads, as well as point people to the RBS Samples link on CodePlex. Remote Blob Storage (RBS) is a library API set that is designed to move storage of...
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