CloudBerry Linux Backup

Create Backups on Linux CloudBerry

CloudBerry Backup for Linux allows you to backup Linux to Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud or other cloud storage of your choice.

  • Scheduled Backup: Build flexible Linux backup schedule for files and folders.
  • Incremental Linux Backup: Backup only new and modified files after the initial full backup.
  • Block level backup: Backup only modified or new portions of files to add them to existing online data pool.
  • Command Line Interface: Use the Command Line Interface to integrate backup with your own routines.
  • Compression: Reduce data overhead, decrease storage costs, aid bandwidth and accelerate backup completion with optional compression.
  • Retention Policy: Set up retention options to enable automated deletion of outdated data from your storage. Keep only actual versions of your Linux backups.
  • Web Interface: Use the Web Interface to take advantage of the rich UI on the systems with native GUI.
  • 256-bit AES Encryption: Encrypt Linux cloud backups with up to 256-bit strong keys on source side. All data sent to the cloud is encrypted using the SSL protocols to protect while it is in transit.
  • Email Notifications: Set up customizable email notifications to track each run of your Linux backup and restore plans remotely.
  • Local Backup: Backup to the cloud storage of your choice or set up local backup if you want to send only a subset of your data to the cloud and keep the rest on your local backup storage.
  • Network Locations Backup: Back up your network locations including network shares, NAS devices, mapped drives, etc.
  • Symlinks Support: Maintain correct file structure and backup only what you need.

Software Info

NameCloudBerry Linux Backup
URLhttps://www.cloudberrylab.com/backup/linux.aspx
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