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Physical, Virtual and Cloud Disaster Recovery for the Modern Data Center™
Developed by Bacula Systems, enterprise backup software with support, warranty, additional features and advanced plugins for easy backup of specific applications. No gimmicks or charges for backups by size.
In-company Training with Implementation
The best way to implement Bacula in your company.
Bacula Training offers Bacula Training-Deploy Incompany from anywhere in the world, exploiting all the peculiarities of its infrastructure and implementing a corporate backup structure during the realization of it.
Bacula Book - Free Backup Software
First step to understanding Brazil's most popular backup tool.
The only national book dedicated to the theoretical part of backups, it also brings complete manuals of installation and configuration of a backup system based on the most used tool in the world – Bacula (free software).
I still do not understand: what is Bacula?
Bacula is software that allows you (or the system administrator) to manage backup, restore and verification of data from computers in a network of mixed systems.
Because Bacula is so flexible, it is considered a backup framework, and can be implemented in different corporate structures.
Bacula can seamlessly replace the most common proprietary tools (such as ArcServe from Computer Associates and IBM’s TSM).
New features in Bacula Enterprise 12.4.x (2020). Xen and RHV Block-Level Incremental Backup, NAS SMTAPE and TAR Deduplicated Backups, BWeb Remote Client Installation etc.
Bacula Enterprise Edition is currently the backup system with more innovative features and greater application and platform support worldwide, covering all the Windows, MacOS, Linux,
New Features in Bacula Enterprise 12.0.x (2019). Docker, Sybase ASE, CDP Plugins, New Android Console and Client, Behind NAT/Firewall Backup, Dynamic IP Backup etc.
The Bacula Enterprise Edition is currently the backup system with most innovative features and broadest applications and platforms support worldwide. See the most important released
The “Message” – Bacula function that sends a separate email for each backup job, can quickly fill the box of users who will not necessarily
Bacula Enterprise Review
Bacula Enterprise is being used by our Information Technology department to manage backups for servers supporting our whole University. We have almost 200 backup jobs configured using the Bacula Enterprise software which is backing up servers supporting both the Academic and Administrative areas of the University. We needed a solution that is economical but reliable, and Bacula Enterprises fills that role for us.
Bacula Enterprise has my back
Our company uses Bacula Enterprise to ensure that our servers, projects, and files are being backed up reliably. Our strategy includes making virtual machine backups to facilitate restoring complete systems as well as making file level backups to restore files one-by-one. We also use Bacula Enterprise to back up our active directory database and our Microsoft Exchange email. Bacula Enterprise can be customized to the extreme, and we take advantage of this by creating backup jobs that are exactly suited for each situation -- in some cases we need to keep files for years and in other cases we are only concerned about having a reasonably recent backup. Although Bacula Enterprise could be used on individual user's computers, our disaster recovery plan only requires that our servers be backed up. We do not use tape. Our backups are stored locally to disk and then replicated off-site.
Armazem Paraiba Protects Itself with Bacula Systems
I have been using Bacula Enterprise for 3 years throughout an organization. At our headquarters in "Teresina/PI Brasil" I back up ~ 170 daily backup jobs and in the 226 branch offices in more than 7 Brazilian states (4 daily backup jobs per branch). My main challenges for backup were to have centralized and monitoring management of headquarters and all branch offices to VM-level backups, compatibility with multiple operating system platforms (Linux, Windows, AIX, Unix ...) and databases (PSQL, Mysql, Oracle, SQLServer).