Recently we have released CloudBerry Backup version 1.9 for Mac cloud backup and Linux cloud backup. There are a few under-the-hood stability improvements and support of Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage. Continue reading
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 backup and 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
We are constantly working on Mac version of CloudBerry Backup and the new version 1.8 is now ready to download! There are some GUI and under-the-hood improvements, alongside with support of S3 compatible cloud storage, Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration and Amazon S3 China region. We have also included the option to prevent Mac from sleep mode while backup is in progress. Continue reading
Blog post implies to CloudBerry Backup for Synology/QNAP 1.7 and later.
Each backup case demonstrates different requirements to the bandwidth. That's why we've added a new feature to CloudBerry Backup that helps to manage the network connection for your backups.
(applies to CloudBerry Backup 188.8.131.52 and later)
In addition to our Windows-based CloudBerry Backup and CloudBerry Explorer, we now support AWS Asia Pacific (Mumbai) Region in CloudBerry Backup for Mac and for Linux. Continue reading
Note: this post applies to CloudBerry Drive 2.3 and later.
Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration is a new built-in feature of Amazon S3 announced recently. When enabled, it speeds up data transfer to Amazon S3 bucket to up to 6 times. We supported this new feature in CloudBerry Drive. Here we are going to explain how to enable Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration in CloudBerry Drive. 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.
Note: this post applies to CloudBerry Backup 4.8.2 and later.
Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration is a new built-in feature of Amazon S3. When enabled, it speeds up the data exchange with this bucket up to 6 times. So this feature was added to CloudBerry solutions at once after it was released by Amazon. Here we are going to explain how to enable it in CloudBerry Backup.
As you may know, one of the leaders in the cloud market, Amazon company, offers Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). It is an isolated AWS segment which represents a virtual network managed by your team. Now it is fully supported by Cloudberry Drive.
Here you will find a brief feature explanation and guidelines on how to connect your Amazon VPC to Cloudberry Drive.