Backup whatever you want
You can backup GitHub repositories, issues, labels, comments and milestones
When creating a backup of your GitHub repository Cloudback saves not only the code itself but also the repository metadata such as:
- repository labels
- repository issues
- repository milestones
- repository issue comments
All this information will be restored when the user triggers the restore of the backup.
Also, the same metadata is available when the user downloads the backup on his local machine.
Repository metadata protection is important because it may help you not only recover the code itself but to recover the entire development process.
Backup whenever you want
Choose flexible schedule for each repository or just trigger backup job manually
Cloudback supports two different ways to create GitHub repository backup:
- automated backups using schedule
- manually triggered backups
The first one is the schedule that Cloudback uses to automatically backup GitHub repository on a regular basis. The schedule can be set up for each repository in the Schedule dropdown in the repository settings on the Cloudback Dashboard.
The second option is the manual trigger that can be used to manually create GitHub repository backup any time you want. It can be done by clicking on the Rocket icon in the top right corner of the repository card in the Cloudback Dashboard.
Backup wherever you want
Set up your own AWS, Google or Azure storage. Or just use built-in Cloudback storage
By default, Cloudback uses its own storage to save backups of your repositories. The storage is powered by Microsoft Azure Storage and available for all Cloudback users without any additional payments.
Also, Cloudback provides you the ability to set up your own custom storage to backup GitHub repositories that will be used to save repository backups. There are several options available for Cloudback users:
- Microsoft Azure Blob Container
- Microsoft OneDrive
- Amazon S3 Bucket
- Amazon S3 Glacier
- Google Cloud Storage Bucket
- Alibaba Cloud Object Storage Service
- OpenStack Swift (via S3 API)
Each of the options can be used as a custom storage for the repository backups. You can use any of your custom storage for each of your repositories.
$10 / mo
per 10 repositories
- Unlimited repo size
- 14 days free trial
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