Need to backup Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SQL Server, Lotus Domino, Oracle, MySQL, as well as virtual machines in VMware and Hyper-V? Need to back up the whole Windows system image or Windows System State of your Windows Server? CloudBacko Pro can back them up effortlessly.
Worry about the data security of your backed up database when backing up public cloud or FTP/SFTP server located offsite? CloudBacko Pro got you back. The software by default will have the encryption feature enabled, which will encrypt everything with a 256-bit truly randomized key, including all the data and filenames. No one, not even NSA, will be able to open your backed up data with our truly randomized encryption:
Want to keep multiple copies of your database backup at different local and cloud locations to prevent data loss? CloudBacko Pro can do it by concurrently or sequentially backing up to multiple destinations, including Aliyun, Amazon S3, China Telecom CTYun, AWS compatible storages, Google Cloud Storage, Google Drive, Microsoft Azure, Dropbox, FTP/SFTP sites, external USB drive, and local/mapped network drives.
CloudBacko comes with the most intuitive user interface that is so easy to use. No training will be required to get started. Whenever you need assistance, the Help button on each page provides you with the answer right away.
For frequently changing data in Windows OS, you can enable the Continuous Backup feature. CloudBacko will then keep backing up your data in the background continuously.
With CloudBacko's reporting tool, you can get crystal clear visibility into the backup details of all destinations, including usage trend, backup and restore reports, log for warnings and errors, etc.
With our backup data integrity ensuring technology, restore drill test can be frequently run to ensure the restorability of your backed up data.
CloudBacko will encrypt everything with a 256-bit truly randomized key, including all the data and filenames. Your backup data is unbreakable, as even a 10.51 Pentaflops supercomputer needs 3.31 x 1056 years to crack such key. No one, not even NSA, is able to read your data.
You are able to define flexible data retention (versioning) rules to keep the historical versions of your data. If you need to keep more recent versions and fewer over time, it can be easily achieved through the retention policy setup. Those versions can be kept forever if needed.