The new Bareos 16.2 maintenance version contains improvements and bugfixes. Subscription customers can find installation packages for Windows and all supported Linux distributions in their repositories. The source code is, as always, available on GitHub.
The Open Source Backup Conference, which specializes in open source backup solutions, takes place from the 25th to the 26th of September 2017 in Cologne. Potential speakers may hand in their suggestions for talks until June 30th via the conference website. The sale of the Early Bird tickets has also been prolonged until the end of June.
Dr. Vollmar from the MPI for Metabolism Research will give a talk at the Open Source Days in Copenhagen about Bareos and BeeGFS, further talks from Bareos will follow on the SLAC in Berlin and the OpenExpo in Madrid, where we will also be represented with a booth.
The Open Source Backup Conference on the 26th and 27th of september in Cologne revolves around the subject data backup in general and particularly Open Source Backup Software, such as Rear, Amanda, Bacula and above all their fork Bareos. The two hosts dass IT and open source expert NETWAYS present the conference program.
The Open Source Backup Conference rates as Europe-wide leading event for open source data backup solutions. The two day, English-language event is dedicated to open source backup software such as REAR, Bacula, Amanda and especially Bareos.
The new Bareos Feature Secure Erase helps to comply with strict industry standards and government regulations like HIPAA, FACTA, GLB, SOx, PCI DSS, that demand to mitigate the risk of unauthorized exposure of confidential corporate and government data.
The by now 7th Open Source Backup Conference on Bareos will be held in Cologne on September 29th - 30th, 2015. The international conference for beginners and experienced administrators sells its last remaining tickets.
The "Open Source Backup Conference" (former: "Bacula Conference") takes place at Wednesday, September 25th 2013 in Cologne (Germany). The conference is about different Open Source backup solutions, especially Bareos and Bacula Community Edition.