Backup Ninja integrates seamlessly with the Filebase object storage.
To start scheduling the server needs a Backup Ninja agent installed. The agent will interact with the server to schedule the backup services. Simply configure the Filebase cloud credentials allowing Backup Ninja to store backups on its object storage.
Step 1: Select Filebase as a cloud provider.
Step 2: Select the backup region.
Step 3: Enter the Filebase cloud credential settings. The bucket name can be any name of your preference.
Step 4: Give a name for your cloud storage configuration. This will be used when you schedule a backup.
Step 5: Filebase cloud is configured on Backup Ninja.
Once Filebase cloud credentials are created, the Backup Ninja agent service can schedule partial, incremental, or full backups of databases and files to Filebase accordingly.
Step 1: Name the backup schedule, select the server and choose the backup method.
Step 2: Select the Filebase cloud credentials created earlier from the dropdown. The retention period has defaulted to 7 days; you may change it accordingly.
Step 3: Enter the backup name in the given format. Enable compression and encryption if required.
Step 4: Select the given option to state when the backup should be scheduled.
Step 5: View the configured schedule on the dashboard.
Backup Ninja is an excellent service to have as part of your database backup strategy. The interface is easy-to-use for scheduling and monitoring and, as a Filebase user, you just need to follow a few simple steps to have your database and files backed up on the Filebase storage in just a few minutes, and without any technical skills required.
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