There are many ways to backup your data to the cloud. There also many providers that offer cloud backup solution. Today I am going to discuss a little bit about Cloudberry. Cloudberry backup is available for Windows and also Linux. I am going to show you how to install Cloudberry Backup on OpenSUSE Leap. But before we go through the installation steps, you may want to know more about Cloudberry.
Cloudberry Backup comes with many features such as: image based backup, MS SQL Server backup, Data deduplication and many more. You may learn more about Cloudberry Backup. With Cloudberry backup, we can put our backup in the cloud storage. You can use your existing cloud storage such as Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure and some others. But, the Linux version lack some features.
Cloudberry Backup for Linux is very easy to use. It has a simple user interface.
Personally, I have tested this Cloudberry Backup on my OpenSUSE Leap 42.3. It works very well.
Steps to Install Cloudberry Backup on OpenSUSE Leap 42.3
First, lets download Cloudberry Backup RPM file from this link. You will have a file called something link this:
To install the package, simply right click the file and select Open With Install/Remove Software. Then follow the installation wizard shown on your screen.
Or, you can also use this command to install it:
sudo zypper in rh6_CloudBerryLab_CloudBerryBackup_v220.127.116.11_20180118151215.rpm
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