Updates

  • Today we have a super-quick post to answer a few frequent questions we get at BackHub.

    Have you ever wondered if you can…

    • Restore any GitHub repository?
    • Clone a repository anytime?
    • Sync to your own cloud storage?
    • Access repository data even if GitHub is down?
    • Back up more than 900 repositories?
    • Recover from a disaster?
    • Easily get more quick answers?

    The one, super-quick answer to ALL these questions is…

    YES!

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  • Have you ever felt that software seems to have a mind of its own, is sometimes stubborn, and works a bit against you? Unfortunately, this behaviour happens - and can lead to losing intermediate steps of our work, or even losing the entire results that we have computed so far.

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  • Today, we are releasing Cloud Sync, the most-requested feature to date. Cloud Sync is an option for automatically syncing your GitHub repository backups to your own Amazon S3 storage, with other cloud storage providers to be supported in future.

    Until now, backups have been stored on our data storage only, so customers lack direct access to them. Backups have only been accessible through the user interface for download, restore or by cloning from our server via SSH.

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  • We’re excited about taking BackHub to the next level this year!

    We highly value customer feedback and also like to be transparent about our plans. These plans are based both on customer feedback and keeping up with evolving industry standards.

    In this post I’ll share our priority projects for 2019.

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  • For all BackHub Basic customers we are replacing the BackHub OAuth App (BackHub Basic) with the new BackHub GitHub App (BackHub on GitHub Marketplace). If you are a BackHub Basic customer, it is required that you install the BackHub GitHub App to continue creating backups for your account.

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