3 Types of Database Backup Storage

Most websites use databases to store the majority of their information. Therefore, backing up your databases is much more important than backing up other server files. Most other files can be replaced, but the information in your database is often unique and irreplaceable.
Where you store your database backups is very important and can ultimately decide […]

For Backups Rsync Beats FTP

When you decide to backup your server (hopefully sooner than later), you will need to choose a transfer method.  Unless your backup device is physically attached to your server, that transfer method will involve a network or remote Internet connection.  FTP is a common method of file transfer that many people use for their websites, […]

MySQL Backup with AutoMySQLBackup

With the emergence of dynamic websites, most sites on your dedicated server probably use some form of database.  Chances are, if a site uses a database, it is running on MySQL or other SQL server.  It is no longer sufficient for system administrators or even individual website owners to only backup the contents of a […]

Using Cloud Services for Backup

Backing up unique data is extremely important. Many dedicated server server operating systems even come with built-in backup tools and functionality. For a local server, the simple solution is to have a backup device or even an entirely separate server used for backup.
When your server is hosted remotely, however, a reliable backup depends […]