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CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360 is now available, with 10 GB /mo of free storage

CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360 is now available, with 10 GB /mo of free storage

We are excited to announce the release of the CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360 (currently in beta). It provides our Imunify360 customers with the most integrated backup solution and gives them 10 GB per month of free storage. CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360 allows for a near-instant recovery of infected files from backup and it runs on any dedicated, VPS, or shared server where Imunify360 is installed.

CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360 offers superior protection for data and systems to defend against malicious attacks, malware infections, file corruptions, and website loss. Powered by the reliable and fast Acronis backup technology, CloudLinux Backup stores data in the Cloud, in an offsite location with multiple remote options available around the world. You can choose the best location for your speed and compliance needs!

When CloudLinux Backup is activated for the first time, Imunify360 automatically performs an initial backup of user's server. Then, you can restore infected or corrupted files, folders, volumes, disks, or even a complete system. In a nutshell, if a file is detected by Imunify360 as infected, a user can restore this file from the backup or the Imunify360 will do it automatically, depending on the configuration. Imunify360 will search for a clean version of the file and as soon as the clean copy is found, it will restore it.

While Imunify360 offers sophisticated, AI-based herd protection to ensure web servers are protected against malware and hacker attacks, no solution is able to guarantee 100% security. CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360 enables quick restore of files whenever they become infected or corrupted and gives customers the peace of mind they need.

Here is how to activate CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360 and get 10 GB/month free:

To get free storage, simply activate the CloudLinux Backup feature within the Imunify360 application - here is how. If 10 GB is not enough for your backup needs, you can buy additional storage space. To do so, log in to your Imunify360 instance and enable the CloudLinux Backup option. Then select your option to purchase additional space after the first 10 GB free. If you already have a CLN account, you can log in to purchase additional space.

You can also integrate Imunify360 with other backup solutions such as Acronis Backup, cPanel or Plesk.

CloudLinux Backup adds an additional level of peace of mind to your Imunify360 security solution. You can learn more about CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360 here.

 

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Comments 15

Guest - RIchard Hordern on Tuesday, 16 January 2018 16:53

This sounds amazing !

Are there any plans to allow for a self hosted version of this backup solution ?

Asking because we currently have a 10gbps private connection from our serveurs to our backup serveurs and would like to maintain the speed and not use up outgoing networking bandwidth when performing backups.

This sounds amazing ! Are there any plans to allow for a self hosted version of this backup solution ? Asking because we currently have a 10gbps private connection from our serveurs to our backup serveurs and would like to maintain the speed and not use up outgoing networking bandwidth when performing backups.
Igor Seletskiy on Tuesday, 16 January 2018 17:01

Yes, that will be possible in the future (3-9 months).

Yes, that will be possible in the future (3-9 months).
Guest - Ryan Smith on Tuesday, 16 January 2018 21:21

Sounds interesting!

Is storage pricing just $0.08/mo per GB? Any plans for discounts for large volume purchases (ie. 5-10TB?)

Can the Acronis cPanel plugin be installed with your implementation?

Sounds interesting! Is storage pricing just $0.08/mo per GB? Any plans for discounts for large volume purchases (ie. 5-10TB?) Can the Acronis cPanel plugin be installed with your implementation?
Igor Seletskiy on Tuesday, 16 January 2018 21:39

Large volume pricing --> please, discuss with our sales team.
Acronis cPanel plugin can be installed with CloudLinux Backup, and had been tested/works just as expected. In the future, we will ship plugin under our brand as well.

Large volume pricing --> please, discuss with our sales team. Acronis cPanel plugin can be installed with CloudLinux Backup, and had been tested/works just as expected. In the future, we will ship plugin under our brand as well.
Guest - Cristian on Tuesday, 16 January 2018 22:22

So what's the difference between "CL-wannabe" implementation and Acronis ? What makes a customer want to purchase a backup from CL instead of directly from Acronis ? I may not understand i guess ? So a bitninja wananbe copy (even copied their licensing segmentation) with imunify and now a wannabe copy of acronis ?

So what's the difference between "CL-wannabe" implementation and Acronis ? What makes a customer want to purchase a backup from CL instead of directly from Acronis ? I may not understand i guess ? So a bitninja wananbe copy (even copied their licensing segmentation) with imunify and now a wannabe copy of acronis ?
Igor Seletskiy on Tuesday, 16 January 2018 22:41

CloudLinux backup is based on Acronis technology. The reason we made it available is that we realized just how many people don't have a proper backup solution (we realized it when we saw that a lot of people cannot use our restore from backup feature -- because they don't have any backups). What you get if you go with us vs Acronis: one-click install, 10GB of free backup, discounted pricing, direct support from our team and out of the box integration with Imunify360.

Oh, and regarding bitninja --> They copied our pricing/license segmentation, not the other way around (check archive.org if you don't believe me)
On the other hand -- haters gonna hate

CloudLinux backup is based on Acronis technology. The reason we made it available is that we realized just how many people don't have a proper backup solution (we realized it when we saw that a lot of people cannot use our restore from backup feature -- because they don't have any backups). What you get if you go with us vs Acronis: one-click install, 10GB of free backup, discounted pricing, direct support from our team and out of the box integration with Imunify360. Oh, and regarding bitninja --> They copied our pricing/license segmentation, not the other way around (check archive.org if you don't believe me) :D:D:D On the other hand -- haters gonna hate :)
Guest - Charles on Wednesday, 17 January 2018 15:10

I have CL and KernalCare and Imunify Running - I do not see where to get my Free 10GB backup and also add more space - all that shows up for me is Acronis and cPanel Backups - I do get my licenses direct from my DataCenter where my dedicated servers are at- How do I find or how to get the correct free 10Gb Storage and also where to purchase added space.

Looked high and low - even signed up at cln.cloudlinux.com!

I have CL and KernalCare and Imunify Running - I do not see where to get my Free 10GB backup and also add more space - all that shows up for me is Acronis and cPanel Backups - I do get my licenses direct from my DataCenter where my dedicated servers are at- How do I find or how to get the correct free 10Gb Storage and also where to purchase added space. Looked high and low - even signed up at cln.cloudlinux.com!
Guest - Alexandre on Wednesday, 17 January 2018 15:15

You need to update to Imunify360 version 2.7 to be able to use it. Please find more information at https://cloudlinux.com/imunify360-imunifysensor-blog/entry/imunify360-2-7-0-beta-is-here

You need to update to Imunify360 version 2.7 to be able to use it. Please find more information at https://cloudlinux.com/imunify360-imunifysensor-blog/entry/imunify360-2-7-0-beta-is-here
Guest - Charle on Wednesday, 17 January 2018 15:36

Did the update and now it says my kernelcare is off and also kernel is not supported - I Pay for all this and after this it now only shows Imunify running

Did the update and now it says my kernelcare is off and also kernel is not supported - I Pay for all this and after this it now only shows Imunify running
Guest - Alexandre on Wednesday, 17 January 2018 16:00

What is your current kernel version (uname -r) and what is the output of
kcarectl --update

What is your current kernel version (uname -r) and what is the output of kcarectl --update
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