DigitalOcean Daily to Hourly backups, simple & flexible. Schedule from daily to hourly DigitalOcean backups and keep your Droplets & Volumes safe.
Weap.io allows you to schedule daily backups for your DigitalOcean droplets & volumes. All you have to do is to connect your account and select which droplets/volumes you want to backup and it’s done. The snapshot backups are securely stored inside DigitalOcean’s infrastructure, making the restore process a breeze.
Besides daily backups, Weap.io allows you to schedule up to hourly backups. The process to get started is exactly as for DigitalOcean Daily Backups, with the only difference being that you have to change the backup frequency from daily to hourly.
Weap.io allows you to configure the number of backups retained for each Droplet/Volume. This means that you can easily keep the optimal number of backups, based on your unique needs. Additionally, each backup has a tag (Hourly, Daily, Weekly, and Monthly) and you can configure the retention for each one. For example, you could easily retain the last 14 daily backups, the last 4 weekly backups, and the last 6 monthly backups.
Weap.io allows you to automatically replicate your DigitalOcean backups in one or more DigitalOcean regions, at no extra cost! This is useful in case you want to keep your data in more than one data center.
Do you manage more than one DigitalOcean account? No problem! Weap.io allows you to connect as many DigitalOcean accounts as you wish.
Besides DigitalOcean snapshot backups, with Weap.io you can schedule offsite Database (MySQL & PostgreSQL) and File backups. The backups are stored in your own S3 compatible cloud storage (DigitalOcean Spaces, AWS S3, Backblaze B2, and Wasabi).
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