CloudBerry Lab has started implemeting CloudBerry Backup C# API in addition to the existing command line interface to help other vendors integrate CloudBerry Backup with their products and the customers to integrate CloudBerry Backup with other internal routines.
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CloudBerry Explorer offers PowerShell extension to manage file operations across Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Glacier and file system. Windows PowerShell is a command line shell that helps IT professionals to easily control system and accelerate automation. It includes a number of system administration utilities, improved navigation of common management data such as the registry, certificate store, or WMI, etc. Continue reading
A: In case of disaster, you shall act as follows.On the server:
- Install the Dedup Server on a new computer
- Run the “Restore CloudBerry Dedup Server” shortcut
- Configure your cloud account
- Run a repository restore
- Start CloudBerry Dedup Server service
On the client computer:
- Install CloudBerry Backup
- Configure new Dedup Server account and click 'Advanced Settings'
- Select the name of your crashed computer as a Backup Prefix
Then the repository synchronization process will start and when it is completed you'll able to see the backed up files on the Backup Storage tab.
A: There are 3 subscription types:
- 1-month subscription.
1 user - $3 per month. SharePoint/TeamDrive license - $10 per month.
- 6-month subscription.
1 user - $15 per 6 months. SharePoint/TeamDrive license - $60 per 6 months.
- Annual subscription.
1 user - $24 per 1 year. SharePoint/TeamDrive license - $120 per 1 year.
Q1: Can I back up only changed files?
A: Yes, we support incremental backup by default, i.e. only new and modified files will be uploaded after the initial backup.
You can also use Block level backup for files that consist of blocks (e.g. Outlook pst-files). Continue reading