CloudBerry Managed Backup
von CloudBerry Lab
Wer nutzt diese Software?
Verwaltete Service-Provider, IT-Dienstleister, VARs, Systemintegratoren
Durchschnittliche Bewertung106 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.5 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.5 / 5
- Kundenservice 4.5 / 5
- Funktionen 4.5 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.5 / 5
- Kostenlose Version Nein
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Support währen der Geschäftszeiten
Angaben zum Hersteller
- CloudBerry Lab
- Gegründet 2011
Über CloudBerry Managed Backup
CloudBerry Managed Backup Service wurde basierend auf der CloudBerry-Backup-Technologie entwickelt und hat zum Ziel, die Bedürfnisse von verwalteten Dienstleistungsanbietern und IT-Abteilungen zu erfüllen, indem es es ein zuverlässiges Backup mit zentraler Verwaltung und Überwachung bereitstellt.
Mit CloudBerry Managed Backup kann jedes MSP-, VAR oder IT-Serviceunternehmen ein solides und verlässliches Backup-Service anbieten und umfirmieren, das zusätzlich Fernverwaltung und Überwachung ermöglicht. Nun kostenlos testen!
CloudBerry Managed Backup Funktionen
- Abrechnung & Rechnungsstellung
- Überwachung ferngesteuerter Systeme
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für CloudBerry Managed Backup
Bewertet am 31.5.2018
The perfect solution for critical desktops
Kommentare: Cost saving and fewer problems with critical desktop recovery and migration
Vorteile: I've been using Cloudberry products since 2012, initially various versions of Cloudberry Explorer, plus Cloudberry Server Backup for a client's web and development servers. I started using Cloudberry Desktop Backup for myself a couple of years ago, and am now implementing it for a client. They have a situation with critical data being split between desktops and servers, and an older backup system for their servers, Cloudberry Desktop offers desktop backup at a lower cost than using the existing system's desktop agents, as well as independence more secure and predictable storage, all at a much lower cost than the various online systems, and control of your own data. Restoration is also much quicker, when needed. Finally there is no need for constant paid upgrades and eventual "this version is no longer supported" situations.
Nachteile: Regarding the desktop backup, it would be nice to have a management facility to take care of multiple installations. The user profile backup is a little misleading, since one of the major subfolders of a profile must be selected - i.e - Documents, Desktop, Downloads. Many recruiters tend to save and edit resumes in the downloads directory. It would be nice to have an option for documents, downloads, and desktop in one shot.
Antwort des Softwareanbieters
von CloudBerry Lab an 4.6.2018
Hello and thanks for your review.
>Regarding the desktop backup, it would be nice to have a management facility to take care of multiple installations.
We have built a solution, specifically for these needs. It is called CloudBerry Managed Backup and will allow you to fully manage multiple installations.
Check out: https://www.cloudberrylab.com/managed-backup.aspx
Bewertet am 25.11.2017
Server Backup: The best and most flexible option despite some issues
Vorteile: I'm focusing this review on the Server Backup edition of CB backup. It's incredibly flexible in terms of configuration and storage options. It will work with just about any cloud provider that you might need, including Backblaze B2. The interface is pretty good , at least compared to the competition. It's got some quirky elements, but I've been able to figure out how to do most things pretty easily. Basically, if you want to choose your storage provider separately and are looking for a tool to access that storage, that can work with different providers and offers multiple backup sets, it seems like the best choice, at least in this price range. The server backup edition offers OS backup, system state backup and bare metal backup restore, which is really nice. I'm using it on WHS2011, where I've previously had to cobble together a mix of Windows server backup and 3rd party options. So far it looks like I'll be able to do it all with Cloudberry which is great, and in addition, combine local and cloud backup flexibly.
Backup version control could be improved. I've used crashplan in the past, which has abandoned its consumer market - but crashplan had excellent control of version saving so you could save more recent versions and less older versions - while always retaining some older backups in case you need to do a restore from an older period. Hopefully, CB will improve version control. Another issue for me is the business model. I'm not thrilled that I need a license for every single machine I want to backup - but the real kicker is that there is a 1TB limit on cloud storage with all the editions except the very expensive Ultimate edition. This is surprising at first because Cloudberry is not providing the storage! It is a purely arbitrary limitation that has nothing to do with software capabilities. These days, with large media files, 1 TB is not so large. You really have to search the website to even find this out - it's not described in the product specs. So $29 for the basic desktop version - but if you want to backup all those movies and music and home videos - the price goes up by 10x. On the other hand, they seem to be willing to release that limitation in exchange for a review, so that's okay.
The progress bars are not very helpful - you can't really see how much is waiting to be backed up and it's difficult to see how much is currently in the backup storage.
Beyond that major issue, I've run into some glitches - but nothing that keeps me from using the software.