Any crucial desktop or server system needs two parts of protection: file backup and system backup. While file backup is all about user files and folders, system-level protection is necessary to recover the entire system in case of any failure. In this article, we are going to briefly compare Windows built-in image backup features with CloudBerry Backup features. Continue reading
Tag: Bare Metal
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.
This article refers to CloudBerry Backup 4.1.1 and later.
We are glad to introduce CloudBerry Backup 4.1.1 that comes with two new features that improve your Glacier restores and extend options for bare metal backup. Additionally, we have supported some new storage providers that are compatible with Amazon S3 and OpenStack.
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.
Users that uses Windows 7, 8 or Windows Server 2008 (excluding R2) should take some extra actions to perform whole system cloud backup with CloudBerry Backup to be able to make bare metal restore.