March 5, 2017 Rick Banister

Can the target database hold multiple backups, where each backup is separately distinguishable in the target database, such that each may be viewed, restored or otherwise queried separately?

You can create multiple databases for different purposes, and they will be updated when their own replication cycles happen under your control. But instead of versioning the entire set of data for a single org, you can keep prior versions of individual records in a secondary table for each Salesforce object. This is not Salesforce’s History object, it is our own feature. There is a primary table for each object, and a secondary table that contains each prior snapshot of that record. This approach conserves the amount of database space required to store all versions, and fits better into the incremental replication process.