We've been hard at work on the next major release of CloudBerry Backup and today we're excited to announce version 6.0 which brings several, highly-anticipated new features and performance improvements to the product.
In addition to upload resumption, image-based backup in CloudBerry Backup 6.0 gets a performance boost that reduces restore times by up to three times.
CloudBerry Backup already offers backup resumption for file-level backup which lets users continue an interrupted backup plan without having to re-upload the entire data set. In release 6.0 we extend this functionality to image-based backup.
CloudBerry Backup 6.0 brings two notable improvements to S3 backup — direct upload to Glacier and support for Amazon's latest Intelligent storage tier.
One of the new features in CloudBerry Backup 6.0 is the ability to configure an individual retention policy for each storage of a Hybrid Backup plan.
CloudBerry Backup receives another major update — release 6.0 — which brings you the ability to purchase maintenance right within the app.
Bootable USB is a backup media that allows to recover image-based backups on machines with no operating system. (That technique is called bare-metal recovery.) This article provides instructions on how to create a bootable USB drive with CloudBerry Backup for Windows Server and applies to Windows Server 2008 / 2008 R2, 2012 / 2012 R2, 2016 and 2019.
It's been almost three months since we have released CloudBerry Backup Admin for iOS which lets MBS providers track their user's backup activity. We've received great feedback so far and today we're excited to bring you the first update to the app — release 1.1.
A year and a half after the initial release, CloudBerry Remote Assistant receives its first major update. In release 2.0, we're bringing you the highly-anticipated direct connection option as well as several other features and improvements.