BackBlaze Alternatives for Linux

Popular Alternatives to BackBlaze for Linux. Explore 18 Linux apps like BackBlaze, all suggested and ranked by the AlternativeTo user community.

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The list of alternatives was last updated: 6/3/2019 9:23:00 AM

Alternatives to BackBlaze for Linux with any license

  • Duplicati

    Duplicati is a backup client that securely stores encrypted, incremental, compressed backups on local storage, cloud storage services and remote file servers. The Duplicati project was inspired by Duplicity and had similar functionality until 2008. In that year the storage model was redesigned completely and the program was rebuilt from scratch. This manual describes Duplicati 2, the version based on the new storage model.

    • Duplicati is software that monitors changes in your files and creates backups to whatever destination you choose. It is not a service that provides storage, like Backblaze. But it does offer strong encryption, is free and open source. If it's storage online you want to buy for backup, try Backblaze with the encryption option on or go for Spideroak. JohnFastmanDec 2016 • 3 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • It's a backup app, not cloud storage Guest • Jul 2015 • 6 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • Spideroak One Backup

    SpiderOak provides an easy, secure and consolidated online backup, storage, access, sharing & sync tool for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux (Ubuntu, Debian & Fedora). SpiderOak offers a different approach to online backup, synchronization, and sharing.

    • SpiderOak appears to be the most secure commercially available alternative to Backblaze. The only downside is that its rigorous "zero-knowledge" policy can place a more noticeable processing burden on low-end computers. It's also somewhat less intuitive to set up. robcollinsAug 2019 Disagree   Agree
    • Spideroak offers a "zero-knowledge" policy by default (they can't look at your files even if they wanted to) - which is great. Backblaze has this only as an option. Spideroak works on Linux, Backblaze has no Linux client. Backblaze is cheaper, but is for backups exclusively whereas with Spideroak you can also sync files between computers. JohnFastmanDec 2016 Disagree   Agree

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  • Déjà Dup

    Déjà Dup is a simple backup tool. It hides the complexity of doing backups the 'right way' (encrypted, off-site, and regularly) and uses Duplicity as the backend. It features support for local or remote backup locations, including Amazon S3. It securely encrypts and compresses your data. It incrementally backs up, letting you restore from any particular backup. It schedules regular backups, and integrates well into your GNOME desktop.

    Free Open Source Linux

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  • CloudBerry Backup

    CloudBerry Backup was designed to provide companies and individual users with secure backup solution that works on all major platforms and operating systems including: Windows, Windows Server, Linux, macOS, Hyper-V, and VMware. Being affordable and supporting most popular cloud storage services such as AWS, Azure, Backblaze B2, Wasabi, and Google Cloud Storage, it makes up for the ideal solution for small and medium-sized business’ workstation and server offsite backup and disaster recovery.

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux

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  • Duplicacy

    Duplicacy is a new generation cloud-backup tool supporting 5 major cloud-storage providers (Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, Microsoft Azure, Dropbox, and Backblaze), as well as local disks and SFTP servers (such as Mac/Linux computers or NAS boxes).

    Free Personal $ $ $ Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • Restic

    Easy: Doing backups should be a frictionless process, otherwise you are tempted to skip it. Restic should be easy to configure and use, so that in the unlikely event of a data loss you can just restore it. Likewise, restoring data should not be complicated. Fast: Backing up your data with restic should only be limited by your network or hard disk bandwidth so that you can backup your files every day. Nobody does backups if it takes too much time.

    Free Open Source Windows Linux Arch Linux FreeBSD OpenBSD

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  • Qtd Sync

    A graphical interface for the Rsync engine that will synchronise files between two computers either locally or over the internet. The beauty of Rsync is that it only transfers the exact part of a file that has changed (differential synchronisation), saving bandwidth and time. This is not a cloud service like dropbox or sugarsync, but will sync between two computers over the net, a lan or to an external drive.

    Free Open Source Windows Linux

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  • Adrive

    Use odrive to access your ADrive account, along with all your other cloud services, from a single folder on your desktop. Transfer files using SCP, SFTP or Rsync over SSH using any standard clients. Apps for Android and Apple iOS. Access your ADrive files at any time, from wherever you are. All you need is access to the Internet! ADrive Desktop features drive mapping, backup and sync, available for our Personal Premium and Business users.

    • It's cloud file hosting, which is not the same as backblaze or alternatives. It's intended use is for individual files, not entire systems. Guest • Aug 2015 Disagree   Agree
    • Adrive doesn't give you nearly the same storage at the $5/month price level. If you want to store your photos and movies it will cost you at least 12.50 / month. michaelschwagerMay 2015 Disagree   Agree

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Web Android

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  • luckyBackup

    LuckyBackup is an application that backs-up and/or synchronizes any directories with the power of rsync. Its main features are: backup, safety, synchronization, exclude/only include options, allows custom rsync options, remote connections, restore and dry-run operations, scheduling, profiles and command line mode.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • Tarsnap

    Work on Tarsnap began in September 2006 when the author, Dr. Colin Percival, decided that he wanted a better online backup service than was presently available. After slightly more than two years of development and private beta testing, Tarsnap officially entered public beta in November 2008, and attained profitability in February 2009. In September 2011, Tarsnap Backup Inc. was incorporated in British Columbia, Canada.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD

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  • rdiff-backup

    rdiff-backup backs up one directory to another, possibly over a network. The target directory ends up a copy of the source directory, but extra reverse diffs are stored in a special subdirectory of that target directory, so you can still recover files lost some time ago. The idea is to combine the best features of a mirror and an incremental backup.

    • Discontinued The product seems to be no longer updated. Last version, 1.2.8, released in March 2009, can be still downloaded from the official website.

    Free Open Source Windows Linux

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  • Memopal

    Memopal is the cutting edge solution to store and share files online. Memopal works seamlessly with your operating system and automatically makes sure your files are up-to-date saving your files to a remote server via secure internet connection. Available for Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and Android.

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone Blackberry Android Tablet iPad

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  • BackupVault

    BackupVault is a UK based provider of secure, automated and offsite backup solutions aimed at the small/medium sized business. BackupVault can be installed in 5 minutes and runs completely automatically in the background. Data is secured using a 256bit AES encryption key that only the user knows. Supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8, Server 2003/2008/2012 as well as Mac and Linux. Database support includes MS SQL, Exchange and MySQL.

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux

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  • myDataSync

    myDataSync is an integration of two of world's most secured and trusted cloud computing platforms i.e., Amazon and Asigra. myDataSync offers unified solution for all your cloud backup and disaster recovery requirements. With myDataSync protection, not only you cover enterprise data but you can extend your data protection coverage to all your endpoint devices from desktop, laptops, tablets to smartphones within very affordable pricing.

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone Blackberry

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  • S4

    S4 is an Amazon S3-based application of Least-Authority File System, or LAFS. LAFS is a free, open source cloud storage system with verifiable end-to-end security. It distributes your data across multiple servers. Even if some of the servers fail or are taken over by an attacker, the entire filesystem continues to function correctly, preserving your privacy and security. What is Least-Authority Backup good for? It is good for securely backing up your data off-site.

    Commercial Linux

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  • Backer

    Backer is a visual front end to the rsync command. It allows the user to select multiple folders and back them up to multiple locations. It stores your backup settings for you so that all your backups can be run easily using a single button click. Backer also tracks and logs your backup history for you. The rsync command is available by default on both Mac and Linux.

    Free Open Source Mac Linux

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