A few weeks ago I posted that Cloudberry were looking for beta testers for their new Cloudberry Backup for Windows Home Server add-in.
Well today is the day that the beta is launched! I’ve just downloaded it and will be using it over the weekend.
If you do download the beta, please give the guys feedback and comments – that is after all the whole point of a beta program.
CloudBerry Online Backup for Windows Home Server provides a powerful Backup and Restore program designed to leverage Amazon S3 storage to make your disaster recovery plan simple, reliable, and affordable.
CloudBerry Online Backup for WHS is currently available in BETA. You are welcome to sign-up for beta here
Windows Home Server is a great way to protect your data. However you are still vulnerable to physical disk failures and inadvertent deletions. As a result your data might be lost forever. CloudBerry Backup for Windows Home Server provides you with another level of protection by copying your data to secure online storage powered by Amazon S3
- Easy installation and configuration
- Seemlesly integrates with WHS control panel
- Default backup plan is designed to quickly start WHS data backup
- Scheduling capabilities
- Data encryption
- Data retention schedule
- Secure online storage
- Data versioning
- Differential backup
- The ability to restore to a particular date
- Backup verification
- Virtual Disk – expose Amazon S3 storage as a local disk on your computer
- Storage costs estimates
- Web interface access your backup storage everywhere
- FTP support
- Alerting notifications
- Azure Blob Storage support
- Sun Cloud Storage Service support
- Backup and Restore Wizards make this service user friendly
- Strong data encryption protects your data from unauthorized access
- Data compression reduces the size of your backups
- Scheduling capabilities automate the backup process
- Backups are available for recovery 24/7
- Intuitive interface provides easy file and folder selection capabilities
- No proprietary storage format. You can access your files using other Amazon S3 tools.