It's been a few months since we introduced CloudBerry Backup 2.1 for macOS & Linux that brought support for Web Access — a feature that enables you to use a web-based user-interface for the app. This feature is incredibly useful for those Linux users that have a non-GUI distro but want to interact with CloudBerry Backup in a more convenient way. So in this article we'll demonstrate how to enable Web Access and use it to perform regular operations. Continue reading →
Today CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 is receiving yet another update that brings support for BackBlaze B2 lifecycle and expands the list of supported Amazon S3 & Glacier regions. Read on to learn more about the latest additions.
Back in August, Microsoft announced Microsoft Azure Archive Blob Storage. Extremely competitive pricing along with local and geographic redundancy have us at CloudBerry excited and we are now announcing support for Azure Archive Blob Storage in CloudBerry Backup. After giving us a sneak peek a few months back, Microsoft has now released the feature to the general public. Read on to learn more about Azure Archive Blob Storage and its benefits.Continue reading →
Today we're excited to bring you the next major iteration of CloudBerry Backup for macOS & Linux — release 2.2. In this version we've made a few behind-the-scenes improvements and expanded the functionality of common line interface.
Microsoft and Amazon have recently increased the disk volume limits for their virtual machines running on Azure and EC2. At CloudBerry Lab, we always keep up with the latest developments and today announce the support for these increased disk sizes in the CloudBerry Backup 5.8. Continue reading →