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Bacula and Bacula Enterprise backup and restore software is known in the IT industry for being very sensitive to communication and data encryption. It is largely used in companies with high level security policies. Since the introduction of Bacula Enterprise 12.0 and Bacula 11.0, it comes enabled by default with TLS communication encryption. All daemons…

July 19, 2021 / Leave a comment
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By default, Bacula is configured to send an email report for every Job that runs (Backup, Restore, Copy, Migration, Admin, Verify). The subject of each email indicates the status of the Job (OK, OK — with warnings, Failed, etc.), but if you manage a large Bacula infrastructure and you are running 2,000, 3,000, or more…

July 8, 2021 / Leave a comment
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Both Bacula Community and Enterprise Editions offer file system snapshot features for the file systems that support snapshot, like LVM, ZFS and BTRFS. The snapshots created by the file system tool will be mounted and files will be backed up from this mount point. In the FileSet resource you can use the “Enable Snapshot =yes”…

July 1, 2021 / Leave a comment
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Bacula Enterprise is proud to offer a fully integrated solution with Ansible in order to deploy Bacula Enterprise and very soon Bacula Community components. Ansible Collections are a new and flexible standard to distribute content like playbooks and roles. This new format helps to easily distribute and automate your environment. These pre-packaged collections can also…

May 31, 2021 / Leave a comment
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