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Bacula Community 13.0 released!

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Updated 2nd August 2022, Ludovic Piquerez

Bacula Enterprise is not the only Bacula product that is enjoying healthy and regular development! We are proud to announce version 13.0 of Bacula Community, which is available now.

Here are some of the interesting new tweaks and features of version 13.0:

  • Kubernetes Plugin
  • Storage Group
  • New Accurate Option to Save Only File’s Metadata
  • External LDAP Console Authentication
  • Tag Support
  • Support for SHA256 and SHA512 in FileSet

It’s worth noting that the Kubernetes plugin is especially powerful in terms of functionality and represents fairly advanced technology in the IT industry. This advanced plugin backs up and recovers Kubernetes cluster resources, Persistent Volumes, uses new Kubernetes CSI driver snapshot features to perform Persistent Volume data backup, and much more.

If you have any interesting use examples for this plugin, please feel free to share with Bacula so we can then share it with our readers! We hope you like it, and look forwards to your feedback.

About the author
Ludovic Piquerez
Ludovic Piquerez is the Director of Support at Bacula Systems. He worked in the IT support domain in various demanding industries specialized in healthcare, energy, technology and media. He founded his own company in IT services and developed it into a sustainable business in which open-source software integration was one of the main activities. In his late experience as IT Manager Europe, he implemented healthcare regulations. Ludovic has mentored teams of experts in three different continents. He has successfully resolved issues in challenging environments and succeeded in managing many parallel projects in a multi-customers environment. Ludovic holds a bachelor in Computer Science, major in Management Systems and a Master degree in Social and Political Sciences. He is certified in IT service management (ITIL) and IT governance (COBIT).
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