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Bare-Metal Restore with CloudBerry Backup

Bare-metal restore with CloudBerry backup

What Is Bare-Metal Restore?

Bare-metal restore is a technique in the field of data restoration that enables you to recover backed up data on a bare metal machine, i.e. computer with no installed operating system. The use cases for bare-metal restore include ransomware strikes, hardware failures, operating system malfunction, and so forth. All of the cases typically require complete erasing or replacement of the storage media.
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Block-Level Backup for Bare Metal / System State Backup

CloudBerry is glad to introduce block-level backup support for Bare Metal / System State backup. Starting from now, you can restore your entire system from scratch as an efficiently organized block-level backup, with only modified files kept. This post explains how to benefit from this new opportunity and how to use it.

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Automatic Cleanup for Bare Metal and System State in CloudBerry Backup

CloudBerry Backup now supports purge for System state and Bare Metal backup plans. Purge is a feature of CloudBerry Backup that allows enabling automatic deletion of outdated data. Once you set up a purge for a backup plan, CloudBerry Backup will keep only actual versions of your backup data in the storage and automatically delete outdated versions.

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Introducing CloudBerry Backup 3.6 with Bare Metal Recovery and System State Backup Features

Windows Server backup software by CloudBerry now has a couple of new useful features that significantly extend the capabilities of the backup application. These new features are System State Backup and Bare Metal Recovery.

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