Bareos (Backup Archiving Recovery Open Sourced)
Bareos (Backup Archiving Recovery Open Sourced) is a network based open source backup solution.
All well-established operating systems like Linux, Unix, Windows, Mac OS X are supported.
Bareos can do backup to disk and tape drives as well as tape libraries.
Besides common backup strategies like full, incremental and differential, Bareos additionally offers migrations, copies, virtual full backups and deduplication by base jobs. By using migrations a backup into the cloud is possible.
Bareos supports compression and encryption both hardware based (like on LTO tape drives) and software based. The latest Release also offers native integration for cloud storage technologies such as GlusterFS (Red Hat Storage) or Ceph, backups can be directly written into cloud backends - secure because of available transport and data encryption.
By the included self-backup of the Bareos system it is back ready for operation rapidly in case of disaster.
The whole software is open source and offers open interfaces so that it easily integrates in existing IT environments.
Bareos supports IPv6 and thanks to the passive client feature it can be easily integrated even in complex networks while complying with security guidelines (firewall policies).
You get professional services and support from us and our partners as well as a subscription service that provides you access to especially quality assured installation packages and updates.
With Bareos you can combine the safety of investition of a completely open sourced software with operational reliability that a professional software producer offers with his partner network.
Try the released community packages, see http://www.bareos.org/en/quickstart.html for more details.
Red Hat Certifications
This product has been certified to run on the following Red Hat products and technologies:
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0 (x86_64)||Certified|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7||Self-Certified|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.x||Self-Certified|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x||Self-Certified|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x||Self-Certified|