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How to Leverage Bacula to Back Up your Ubuntu 12.04 Servers

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By Justin Ellingwood
Developer and author at DigitalOcean.
How to Leverage Bacula to Back Up your Ubuntu 12.04 Servers


Bacula is sophisticated backup solution that can be used to back up servers over a network. In this series, we will cover how to install and configure Bacula on Ubuntu 12.04 servers. We will then demonstrate how to configure remote backups in order to set up a system to keep safe copies of any computer in your infrastructure.

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In this article, we will install and configure Bacula on an Ubuntu 12.04 Virtual Private Server instance. Bacula is a powerful backup solution that offers flexibility and scaleability by relying on a client-server model.


In this article, we will discuss how to configure Bacula to perform remote backups. Bacula is a sophisticated backup system which can be scaled easily due to the client-server relationship of its components.

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