Discover Free Backup Software From Bacula

Bacula’s Free Tape Backup Software

Even though disk and cloud backups have come a long way and improved a lot over the years, tape backup still remains an important part of the data structure for a lot of companies. Similarly,  there is still a lot of tape drive backup software as well. Most of tape’s advantages as a storage type […]

Bacula Free Server Backup Software

While Bacula Community can be still used as a computer backup program for a single machine, it’s probably not the best use of the software. Kern Sibbald created Bacula’s core competence around the needs of large data centers, that have servers  being used for enterprise applications. Typically, you want your enterprise-level server backup software to […]

Bacula Free Open Source VMware Backup Solution

VMware is one of the most popular choices when it comes to virtualization solutions at the enterprise level. However, using the most well-known option on the market doesn’t mean that you should forget about other important things, namely – data protection and VMware machine backups. You should always have a plan in case something goes […]

Bacula Free Windows Backup Software

For people looking to have a free backup of their Windows machine or server – Bacula, an open source Windows backup software, is able to do that with ease. Both file and storage daemons of Bacula run on Windows – and its vast array of features and backup policies allow users to create a backup […]

Bacula Free Linux Backup and Restore Software

From the very beginning of its development, Bacula was built as a native Linux-based backup system. The suitability of Linux as the core operating system for both development and usage of an enterprise backup solution made it the foundation OS of choice for Bacula. Bacula is an enterprise-ready, agile solution capable of both backing up […]

About the author

Kern Sibbald

Kern Sibbald designed and wrote most of the Bacula software; he manages Bacula open source project. Kern is a founder of Autodesk where he was development manager for AutoCAD, a highly successful CAD program. He established and was the Technical Director of Autodesk’s European software development center in Neuchatel, Switzerland. Kern holds a bachelors degree in physics from the University of California and a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Maryland.