If you're a Mac user, you probably know about its own backup system called Time Machine. This tool covers all user backup needs except cloud backup. In this post we will consider an advanced backup strategy for macOS with cloud storage used as an offsite location. Continue reading
Besides data volume charge, using cloud storage you pay for data transfer and operation requests. In this post, we will consider these fees for the most popular cloud storage systems: Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.
In this post, we will figure out what is rotating drives backup scenario and how to use it with CloudBerry Backup.
The new CloudBerry Backup 5.1 has a lot of improvements in image based backups. One of the helpful features is the ability to exclude files and folders from a backup. Moreover, you can even exclude files during a restoration sessions, thus making process more flexible. Below you can find out more.
Every app and data sometimes get corrupted, serious disasters are also possible (thankfully, much more rarely). While you read our blog, you probably do backups to protect the business in such cases. But since backup scenarios are different, there are significant differences in restoration. Let’s discuss possible ways of using cloud systems and summarize their pros and cons in order to find a truly wise data recovery.
This post applies to CloudBerry Backup 4.9 and later.
It became possible to create image-level server backups in Cloudberry Backup long ago and this feature has been regularly updated. However, cloud restore options, that are not restricted just by the source server, are even more interesting. For instance, you can deploy the image on a third party cloud storage, e.g. Azure VM. Let’s go to the heart of the matter.
If you enjoy using Cloudberry Backup for image-level restoration, then you will appreciate one of its new features - support of Microsoft Azure VM service. But if you are new to Microsoft’s cloud, you can check our step-by-step manual providing information how to sign up to Azure VM Free Trial.