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Hyper-V Backup – Products & Options

It’s 2018, and backing up Hyper-V hosts is solved, right? I certainly expected it to be when I took on the task of finding a simple and reliable way to back up three hosts colocated in a large datacenter. This article summarizes my journey and the findings resulting from it. (more…)

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Block-Based Encrypted Cloud Backup with Duplicati 2.0

I am an infrastructure guy (by heart – and a developer by nature). As such, topics like maintaining my own webserver (which I don’t – yet) or configuring backup deeply fascinate me. I am also mildly paranoid with regards to the safety and, especially as of late, the privacy of my data. That makes finding […]

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How I Do Off-Site Cloud Backup

In my ongoing quest for the perfect way to back up my personal data I have tweaked the setup yet again. Most of what I wrote nearly three years ago (How to Build a State of the Art Backup System for Your Personal Data) still stands, so I will focus on off-site cloud backup in […]

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Should Roaming User Profiles Be Backed Up?

This article is part of Helge’s Profile Toolkit, a set of posts explaining the knowledge and tools required to tame Windows user profiles. This may seem like a silly question, but whether or not to include roaming user profiles in your enterprise backup solution may greatly affect both the performance and the cost of that […]

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