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Bacula - The Network Backup Solution


Bacula is a set of Open Source, computer programs that permit you (or the system administrator) to manage backup, recovery, and verification of computer data across a network of computers of different kinds. Bacula is relatively easy to use and efficient, while offering many advanced storage management features that make it easy to find and recover lost or damaged files. In technical terms, it is an Open Source, network based backup program.

FreeFileSync - Synchronize Files and Folders


FreeFileSync helps you synchronize files and synchronize folders for Windows, Linux and macOS. It is designed to save your time setting up and running backup jobs while having nice visual feedback along the way. It helps you to synchronize network shares and local disks, Synchrnize via FTP, Detect moved and renamed files and folders, Compare files by content, Manage versions of deleted/updated files and lot more.

Bash-Snippets - A collection of small bash scripts for heavy terminal users


Furthermore you can backup the repositories of any github user to your bitbucket.Backup all github repositories of the designated user at once with the -a option. Or run it with no flags and backup individual repositories.

PartImage - Disk Backup Software


Partimage is opensource disk backup software. It saves partitions having a supported filesystem on a sector basis to an image file. Although it runs under Linux, Windows and most Linux filesystems are supported. The image file can be compressed to save disk space and transfer time and can be split into multiple files to be copied to CDs or DVDs.




Amanda - Network Backup Solution


AMANDA, the Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver, is a backup system that allows the administrator of a LAN to set up a single master backup server to back up multiple hosts to a single large capacity tape or disk drive. Amanda uses native tools (such as GNUtar, dump) for backup and can back up a large number of workstations running multiple versions of Unix/Mac OS X/Linux/Windows.

rsync-time-backup - Time Machine style backup with rsync.


This script offers Time Machine-style backup using rsync. It creates incremental backups of files and directories to the destination of your choice. The backups are structured in a way that makes it easy to recover any file at any point in time. It works on Linux, macOS and Windows (via WSL or Cygwin). The main advantage over Time Machine is the flexibility as it can backup from/to any filesystem and works on any platform. You can also backup, for example, to a Truecrypt drive without any problem.

restic - Fast, secure, efficient backup program


restic is a backup program that is fast, efficient and secure. Restic should be easy to configure and use, so that in the unlikely event of a data loss you can just restore it. It uses cryptography to guarantee confidentiality and integrity of your data.

oxidized - configuration backup software (IOS, JunOS) - silly attempt at rancid


Light and extensible, Oxidized supports over 90 operating system types. Install all required packages and gems.


Unyson - A WordPress framework that facilitates the development of WP themes


Unyson is a framework for WordPress that facilitates the development of a theme. This framework was created from the ground up by the team behind ThemeFuse from the desire to empower developers to build outstanding WordPress themes fast and easy.

laravel-backup - A package to backup your Laravel app


This Laravel package creates a backup of your application. The backup is a zipfile that contains all files in the directories you specify along with a dump of your database. The backup can be stored on any of the filesystems you have configured in Laravel 5. Feeling paranoid about backups? No problem! You can backup your application to multiple filesystems at once.

rsnapshot - a tool for backing up your data using rsync (if you want to get help, use https://lists


rsnapshot comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions. See the GNU General Public Licence for details. rsnapshot is a filesystem snapshot utility based on rsync. rsnapshot makes it easy to make periodic snapshots of local machines, and remote machines over ssh. The code makes extensive use of hard links whenever possible, to greatly reduce the disk space required.

sync-settings - Synchronize all your settings and packages across atom instances


Synchronize settings, keymaps, user styles, init script, snippets and installed packages across Atom instances. It currently does not support automatic backup - it must be done manually. Only the restore is being triggered automatically.

ark - Heptio Ark is a utility for managing disaster recovery, specifically for your Kubernetes cluster resources and persistent volumes


The documentation provides a getting started guide, plus information about building from source, architecture, extending Ark, and more. If you encounter issues, review the troubleshooting docs, file an issue, or talk to us on the #ark-dr channel on the Kubernetes Slack server.

csync - A professional file synchronizer for normal users


sync is a lightweight utility to synchronize files between two directories on a system or between multiple systems. It synchronizes bidirectionally and allows the user to keep two copies of files and directories in sync. csync uses widely adopted protocols, such as smb or sftp, so that there is no need for a server component. It is a user-level program which means you don’t need to be a superuser or administrator.

FullSync - File Synchronization and Backup Tool


FullSync is a universal file synchronization and backup tool which is highly customizable and expandable. It is especially for developers, but the basic functionality is easy enough for everyone. It supports multiple protocols like FTP, SFTP, SMB/CIFS(Windows Shares) and local files, Scheduled execution of synchronizations using intervals or a crontab like scheduling. Publication and update of websites, synchronization of local directories and making backups of your data.

rsync - incremental file transfer program for Unix systems


rsync is a file transfer program for Unix systems. rsync uses the rsync algorithm which provides a very fast method for bringing remote files into sync. It does this by sending just the differences in the files across the link, without requiring that both sets of files are present at one of the ends of the link beforehand. It can update whole directory trees and filesystems. It can use rsh, ssh or direct sockets as the transport.

Pgpool - Middleware between PostgreSQL Client and Server


pgpool-II is a middleware that works between PostgreSQL servers and a PostgreSQL database client. It supports connection pooling, Using the replication function enables creating a realtime backup on 2 or more physical disks, so that the service can continue without stopping servers in case of a disk failure, Load balance the queries, It can execute queries in parallel to multiple servers.

Barman - Backup and Recovery manager for PostgreSQL


Barman (Backup and Recovery Manager) is an open source administration tool for disaster recovery of PostgreSQL servers . It allows your organisation to perform remote backups of multiple servers in business critical environments and to help DBAs during the recovery phase. Its features include backup catalogues, incremental backup, retention policies, remote backup and recovery, archiving and compression of WAL files and backups.

CoffeeDrop - CoffeeDrop is an open-source, roll your own, Dropbox-like clone written in CoffeeScript


CoffeeDrop aims to be an open-source, roll-your-own, Dropbox clone written in Coffeescript that runs in NodeJS. It is currently under heavy development and is not in a working state. I was storing the code in a private repository, but I decided to go public with it in case anyone wants to give feedback or contribute to the early stages. Originally, the project was written in Ruby and was named RubyDrop, but for various reasons (mostly frustration), I decided to try something completely new and fresh. The old Ruby code is still available on Github.