• #1 Cross Platform Cloud Backup

    Built for cloud storage:

    Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Microsoft Azure,
    Google Cloud Storage, Openstack Swift ...

  • Remote management and monitoring
  • White-labeling
  • API and CLI integrations
  • Remote deployment
  • Reporting
  • 256-bit AES encryption
  • Image-based backup
  • MS SQL Server, MS Exchange and Oracle backup
  • Restore as a VM in the Cloud (EC2, Azure VM)
  • Data Deduplication

News and Updates

CloudBerry Backup 5.4

Feb 17, 2017

  • Restore without sync
  • OneDrive for Business support
  • Restore Wizard new options (modification period, backup period)
  • Google Lifecycle policies
  • Support VMs running on esxi 6.5 host
  • Exchange DAG support
  • Snowball for SQL support
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CloudBerry Explorer 5.0

Dec 1, 2016

  • Support new Glacier retrieval options
  • Object Tagging
  • Improved Expedited type restore
  • AWS Canada (Central) Region
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Featured Event

Cloudberry Managed Backup Service Webinar

Join us for a webinar where we will show attendees how easily Service Providers can help their customers backup data to the cloud storage with CloudBerry Managed Backup Service.

Event Details:

Date: 2017-03-02

Time: 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM PST

Duration: 30min

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Whitepapers & Resources

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    Provide Cloud Backup as a Service with CloudBerry Managed Backup

    With cloud storage becoming more affordable, organizations of various sizes are exploring new ways to meet their increased storage demands especially for regular data backups.Download this white paper to learn how you can leverage public cloud storage service to provide managed off-site backup to your customers.

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    Image Based Backup and Disaster Recovery in the Cloud

    A good portion of IT seems to have lost track of why we do backups and why we archive. The problem isn’t mechanical data loss anymore. Amazon S3 and other cloud storage services do protect against crashing disk drives. The issue is that hacking, software errors and plain admin finger trouble pose much more serious threats to data today.

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