Backing up your Microsoft SQL Server database is unquestionably essential for keeping your data intact and accessible. Adhering to best practices implies having at least two backups; one onsite and one offsite. That’s where CloudBerry Backup comes in — providing a comprehensive solution that can effortlessly back up Microsoft SQL Server databases to the cloud and NAS-based storage services. Continue reading →
CloudBerry Backup 5.4 features a number of new long-awaited improvements. Among them is support for backup of Microsoft Exchange databases from passively-configured servers in the DAG cluster. Read on to learn how to utilize the new feature in our flagship backup solution. Continue reading →
We’ve recently covered new Restore Wizard options and support for Snowball import for SQL in the latest CloudBerry Backup 5.4. Among other features is the option to disable automatic repository sync to considerably expedite the retrieval process. Continue reading →
CloudBerry Backup supports a broad range of cloud storage providers and one of them is Backblaze. In this guide we are going to explain how to create an image based backup using a B2 Cloud Storage as a cloud repository. Of course, we will also explain a restoration process.
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.
We are glad to introduce the updated CloudBerry Backup 5.1 with some great features included. We implemented a possibility to exclude files from image-based backupand you can now resize NTFS partitions during image-based restoration.
Let’s take a look at other nice surprises waiting for users in the new version.Continue reading →
This post applies to CloudBerry Backup 4.0 and later.
Windows Server 2012 Core Edition saves computing resources of the machine by cutting down such features as graphical user interface and inessential services. Nevertheless, user data still needs to be kept safe. In this post we will find out how to install and configure CloudBerry Backup on Windows Server Core.Continue reading →
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. Continue reading →
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.