Create daily recurring backups of your public and private GitHub repositories. Having a backup protects you from forced push accidents, involuntary deletions or any other scenario that leads to loss of data.
BackHub creates daily snapshots of all your backups. You can easily restore a previous state of your repository or metadata up to 30 days back in time.
Backups include not only the repository with all branches, but also all metadata like issues, milestones, releases etc. associated with the repository.
You can download the repository or metadata directly from BackHub without having to restore it back to GitHub.
When you need to recover a repository, you can restore your repository including metadata like issues and more directly back to GitHub via the GitHub API.
BackHub supports GitHub organizations. When you create backups for your organization, all owners and admins can access and restore these backups too.
BackHub is checking your GitHub account on a daily basis to look for new repositories and creates backups automatically.
Use BackHub as your repository archive and remove repositories at GitHub which you are not working on any longer.