Why CloudBerry Managed Backup?
Built for the cloud
CloudBerry Managed Backup gives MSPs access to the most current cloud technologies because it is integrated with leading
cloud providers Amazon Web Services and Windows Azure.
You’ll increase your profitability with cost-effective and competitive "pay-as-you-grow" plans from Windows Azure, Amazon S3 or Amazon Glacier.
Simple management and full control
An online control panel with intuitive interface comes with a set of tools to remotely assist your customers during initial backup setup and also
to provide ongoing support.
Easy to setup and sell
The Getting Started Wizard allows you to get set up and ready to go in less than 15 minutes. Plus, to help you sell the solution, we give you 2 GBs
of FREE cloud storage for each end-user trial.
Fully customizable design
As a service provider, you can rebrand and customize the backup client so it’s fully aligned with your own company’s style and brand identity.
How it works?
You control all backups through the CloudBerry Managed Backup Service console, which is hosted on CloudBerry's server (Amazon EC2). After the client component is
installed on the user end, you’ll see backups on the control panel and have full access to backup management functions. During backups, you’ll connect to a
Managed Backup Service endpoint, rather than directly to Amazon S3. The Managed Backup Service signs every request and redirects requests to Amazon S3.
Integration options / API:
You can integrate CloudBerry Backup with your own applications. CloudBerry Backup can run as a service on user computers and you can control it using
your own tools/UI. There are two integration options available:
What are our customers saying?
J&W Informática – Efforti starts new business era with online backups
“We started selling backup using rebranded software from Ahsay. We had 3 dedicated servers and we used their
hard disks for backups. We had a limited way to scale and three expensive physical servers to manage. When we started to seek other options,
we considered RackSpace with its JungleDisk, and Carbonite, however we were not satisfied with these solutions.”
Cesar Peres, IT and Software Project Manager at J&W Informática