Recurring backups of all your GitHub repositories

With BackHub you can easily create recurring Backups for your private and public GitHub repositories. You simply login with your GitHub account and get all your repositories listed. You can either choose to create Backups of particular repositories or backup all repositories automatically.

Backups are recurring by default. That means your backups are being updated on a daily basis between 7–12am UTC.

Having an extra off site backup of your most valuable data has many benefits – here are a few of them:

  • Access your data even if GitHub is not available
  • Rollback to a previous state of your repository in case something went way wrong – e.g. a forced push or the like
  • Restore from your backup in case your repository has been accidentally deleted
Screenshot of recurring GitHub repository backups

You can read on in our blog or in the FAQ about recurring backups.