We are excited to announce that we have released CloudBerry Backup for Linux OS! This is our first standalone version of CloudBerry Backup designed specifically for this platform. Now Linux OS users can leverage the capabilities of our product and effectively manage their backups. Continue reading
We are excited to announce that we have released a new CloudBerry Backup for Mac OS! This is our first standalone version of CloudBerry Backup designed specifically for this platform. Now Mac OS users can leverage the capabilities of our product and effectively manage their backups. Continue reading
CloudBerry Lab exhibited at Amazon Web Service Summit that took place July 9, 2015 in New York. That was a great gathering of over 5,000 IT professionals, AWS partners and solution providers.
We enjoined the whole event with its' Keynote and breakout sessions, partners and solutions expo. That was great to meet with our customers and learn about their experience with CloudBerry.
Looking forward to attending AWS re:Invent this year as a Titanium sponsor. If you haven't registered yet, go ahead and don't miss the opportunity. Over 16,000 people expected there this year.
Note: This post applies to CloudBerry Explorer for OpenStack 1.5 and later
We are glad to announce that starting from this release CloudBerry Explorer supports keystone authentication v3. OpenStack Keystone is a secure identity service that can be used for connecting CloudBerry products with OpenStack-compatible cloud storage. Continue reading
This article refers to CloudBerry Backup 4.1.1 and later.
We are glad to introduce CloudBerry Backup 4.1.1 that comes with two new features that improve your Glacier restores and extend options for bare metal backup. Additionally, we have supported some new storage providers that are compatible with Amazon S3 and OpenStack.