Redundant array of independent disks or as it is better known — RAID — is a data storage virtualization technology that conflates multiple physical storage devices into a single logical unit. This setup enhances the integrity and reads & write speeds of the data by employing various data redundancy mechanisms, thereby giving you more certainty as to whether your data is intact at any given moment. Many people naturally wonder if RAID may altogether supersede the good old data backup; however, in this article, we will describe how RAID and backup actually complete each other rather than compete with each other.
Spoiler - no, RAID is not a backup. But it can be of a good help Continue reading
3-2-1 Backup strategy is an approach to increase a company’s crucial data resilience in case of any disaster. The key is keeping several backup copies of data, spread across separate storage sites. This strategy helps to cover organizational needs, such as keeping crucial data safe in compliance with applied government regulations.
In this article, we are going to review key points of “3-2-1” backup strategy and how CloudBerry Backup can simplify its implementation.
Back in May we introduced CloudBerry Backup 5.6 with support for Hybrid Backup — a feature that enables you to swiftly and conveniently perform simultaneous backup to local and cloud storage. However, Hybrid Backup was then only limited to basic file backup. In release 5.7 we take things further and expand the support for Hybrid Backup across all types of backup.
Our team has been laboring day and night for the last two months to bring you the latest iteration of our flagship backup product—CloudBerry Backup 5.6. The latest version packs a number of highly-requested features that will enable users to enhance the backup automation and performance. In this blog post we elaborate on all new features.
СloudBerry Backup 5.6 packs a number of improvements and novelties. Yet the pre-eminent feature of the latest iteration of our flagship backup product is hybrid backup. It conflates the best from the two worlds of backup: cloud and local. Read on to learn more about the highly-requested and long-awaited feature.