Create daily recurring backups of your GitHub repositories

Recurring backups of all your GitHub repositories

Create daily recurring backups of your public and private GitHub repositories. Having a backup protects you from forced push accidents, involuntary deletions or loss of information in your metadata.

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Backup Issues, Milestones and more

Backups include not only the repository with all branches, but also all metadata like issues, milestones, releases etc. associated with the repository.

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Backups include GitHub Metadata
Download Your Files and Metadata

Download Files and Metadata

If you want to have a quick look into a backup without restoring it back to GitHub, you can download the latest checkout of your main branch as a ZIP file and and all Metadata as JSON files.

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Restore Repositories

Whether you need to work on a repository you’ve archived or need to recover a damaged repository, BackHub can restore your repository including metadata like issues and more directly back to GitHub via the GitHub API.

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Restore GitHub Repositories
Supports GitHub Organizations

Share Backups among your Team

BackHub supports GitHub organizations. When you create backups for your organization, all owners and admins can access these backups too. That comes in handy when you are using BackHub as your archive for inactive repositories.

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Automatic Backups

When activated, BackHub is checking your GitHub account on a daily basis to look for new repositories and creates a backup automatically.

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Automatic GitHub Backups
Archive GitHub repositories

Archive Repositories

Use BackHub as your archive and remove private and public repositories at GitHub which you are not working on any longer.

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