Open Source Backup with Bareos: Architecture, Features and Bacula comparison

A session at Open World Forum 2013

  • Maik Aussendorf

Friday 4th October, 2013

3:30pm to 4:10pm (PMT)

Bareos is a reliable network open source software to backup, archive and restore files from all major operating systems. The fork was founded
2010 out of the Bacula project. The fork has been actively developed and many new features have been added.

Today Bareos comes with LTO hardware encryption support, bandwidth limitation and handy new console commands. The enhanced storage daemon
allows transparent backup replication 'Backup to disk to cloud' and eases the backup of DMZ clients with new 'passive client' concept. The
source is available on Github and is licensed with AGPLv3. There are ready to install repositories for all major Linux distributions and
windows installer packages as well as preconfigured virtual machine
images from our nightly builds.

This talk gives a technical overview of Bareos architecture and features, explains the build and automated QA process and gives hints
how to participate.

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Time 3:30pm4:10pm PMT

Date Fri 4th October 2013


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