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Open Source Backup Software: Bareos

Free

Our backup solution is licensed under the AGPLv3. You’re free to use and modify Bareos as you see fit, and, of course, you’re free to share the modifications with other people. Open Source software is future-proof: no one may prohibit or restrict the use of Bareos. It is independent and will certainly stay that way – your safe investment in the future.

Connected

Bareos stores its backups on hard disks, tape libraries or in the cloud. All Bareos services communicate with each other over the network, and authentication is TLS/SSL-encrypted ­– either via certificates or via pre-shared keys. Bareos encrypts the backups themselves (on the clients) as well as the communication between the individual computers.

Maintained

Bareos is not just Free Software, it’s also combined with professional support from the manufacturer. Do you need help with creating an individual backup process for your environment? We offer support, training and we’ll maintain your Bareos installation if you want – in Germany and, thanks to our partners, in many locations all over the world.

Certified

Quality assurance: Bareos is certified for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as well as for SUSE Enterprise Storage and is listed in the official Partner Software Catalog. Our software is also certified for Redhat Enterprise Linux and listed in the official RHEL product catalog. Bareos can be found in the Univention App Center and can easily be integrated in UCS.

What’s new?

Bareos 22 released

We have just published a new major version of our Open Source backup solution. Among other things, the Bareos 22 release contains an enhanced VMware plugin, major performance improvements, and a technical preview of the new …
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Happy Anniversary: Bareos is 10 years old

10 years ago, on 12/12/12, we started Bareos GmbH & Co. KG with two full-time developers to offer professional services for the Bareos project: subscription, support, consulting and co-funding of feature development. Time to look back …
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