Bareos (Backup Archiving Recovery Open Sourced) 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.org project, in order to pursue development of new capabilities and sustainable ensure it’s open source character.
Today Bareos comes with a new multi-lingual and multi-tenancy web ui including restore browser, LTO hardware encryption support, bandwidth limitation, cloud storage support, a redesigned plugin interface, among other new features.
The source code is available on Github and is licensed with AGPLv3. There are ready to install
repositories for all major Linux distributions, MacOS and Windows installer packages.
Today Bareos is the only 100% open source backup solution with professional subscription and support services.
17.2.413 Oct 2017 10:41
- Great performance enhancements for large backups (filetable denormalization)
Most queries are now consolidated in own file
- 2-Way backup
- Direct backup to NDMP attached tape drive
- DAR/DDAR: Efficient restore of single files
- Direct backup to SD in LAN and WAN supported
Web UI with new features and more languages
- Job progress bar
- Customized job running (overriding defaults)
- Job view contains list of used media
New supported distributions:
- Debian 9
- Fedora 25/26
- Suse Leap 42.2/3.
- Univention 4.2
16.2.713 Oct 2017 10:36
Fixes a Director crash that occured on certain configurations when enabling debugging output
Utilize OpenSSL 1.1 if available on the distribution used
Windows: restore attributes also on directories (not only on ﬁles)
Packages for openSUSE Leap 42.3 and Fedora 26 have been added.