How does BackHub secure my GitHub repositories?

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!

(Because we like to say YES, and we “back it up!”)

So here are the nuggets …

Can I restore any GitHub repository?
YES. Restore any repository backup from a daily snapshot. Read more …

Can I clone a repository from BackHub servers?
YES. Check for SSH key, open Settings, click Clone. Read more …

Can I sync to my own cloud storage?
YES, on Amazon S3 (and other cloud storage in future). Read more …

Can I access repository data even if GitHub is down?
YES, once you have synced to your own cloud storage. Read more …

Can I back up more than 900 repositories?
YES, with an Enterprise Plan (even 3000+ repositories!). Read more …

Can I easily get more quick answers?
YES! We aim to be succinct in our FAQ yet provide the important detail. Dip into them anytime! Read more …

Want to see more super-quick Q&A? Feel free to let us know on Support Chat or email: support@backhub.co