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CloudBerry Lab Now Provides Image-Based Backup Functionality in CloudBerry Backup

CloudBerry Lab, a vendor of backup and management solutions for public cloud storage services, today announced it has updated its CloudBerry Backup solution. The latest update includes a completely redesigned interface and a set of new features and enhancements, including image-based backup and support for additional cloud storage providers. The new image-based backup feature enables users to take a snapshot of entire operating system with all the data associated with it - including the system state and all application configurations - and save it as a single image file.

The new image-based backup functionality in CloudBerry Backup:

  • Supports Windows Server 2003/2008/2012 , Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
  • Doesn't require space on the local drive - back up to the cloud directly
  • Restores from USB Flash directly from the cloud
  • Backs up all or selected volumes
  • Restores to a dissimilar hardware
  • Restores to Hyper-V or VMware

In addition to image based backup, the new version comes with other key enhancements such as Azure File Storage support, Microsoft OneDrive, Oracle Storage Cloud Service, Keystone v3 authentication, and an option to skip locked files. 

"In this latest update of CloudBerry Backup, we continue to introduce features our customers are asking for so they can better take advantage of the cloud for their backup needs," said CloudBerry Lab CTO Alexey Serkov. "By adding image-based backup we provide customers with the most reliable way to backup everything on a system.  We've also expanded our selection of cloud storage providers with the addition of Microsoft OneDrive Storage and Oracle Cloud Storage giving users even more options for storing and accessing their data"

CloudBerry Backup 4.2 with the new features above is available for a 15-day fully functional trial version. Please visit CloudBerry Backup for a free download.

Published Tuesday, August 11, 2015 6:43 PM by David Marshall
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