Incremental backups
and restore. We made it simple.

Back up what matters, run backups more frequently, save on storage cost, restore to a point-in-time.

Create your first backup

Quicker backup runs

Run backup faster (way faster actually) and open up to more frequent backup strategies.

Less storage space

Only back up changed files, means saving up a lot of storage space. Over time this can quickly translate into big storage cost savings.

Less server resources

Less files to back up, means faster backups but also less server resources needed.

Efficient backups made simple

Optimized resource usage

Large backups can take time and this time will grow together with your backup size.
With incremental backups, we just back up the data that changed since the last backup run, keeping resources optimized and under control.

It's complex, we made it simple

Configuring incremental backups is tedious and when you have to restore them, it becomes a nightmare.
With SimpleBackups, simply tick the "incremental backup" box, define your retention and you're done.

Faster restore time

Restoring incremental backups is hectic.
We made this super simple, one command and your backup is fully reconstructed.
We take care of bundling increments on top of level-0 backups without you having to think about it.

SimpleBackups restore incremental backup

Why you should use SimpleBackups

One command setup

Add your servers with one single command line. No need to install any dependencies, set up cron, or edit any config files.

Bring your own storage

Securely store your backups on your own DigitalOcean, AWS, Backblaze, Google, Wasabi, Filebase, Dropbox ... Your backups won't even pass by our servers.

Recover quickly

Find and restore the backup you need quickly. Restore database and file backups independently.

What our users say about us

I did not want to install extra packages on my servers to do backups or sync to other cloud services (...). I tested SimpleBackups and ... bam it just works!

Chris Soriano- Clever Talks

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