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How to backup Oracle Database Server
to Dropbox, Windows Azure, Amazon S3, and local hard drive
Select a backup
software
For this tutorial, I’ve chosen CloudBacko
(www.cloudbacko.com) simply because:
• It’s affordable at $138 only for 1 host
•...
It also supports other data type:
Besides Oracle Database, it also supports: Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft
SQL Serv...
It encrypts data and filenames as well
Your backup data on the cloud will 100% secure as data will be encrypted with
256-b...
It’s easy to use
CloudBacko comes with the most intuitive user interface that is so easy to use.
No training will be requi...
It can do Continuous Backup
Once configured, CloudBacko will quietly and transparently performing backup in
the background...
It’s fast
CloudBacko Pro is one of the fastest cloud and local backup software available
in the market because of its buil...
It keeps unlimited versions, for as long
as you need
You are able to define flexible
versioning rules to keep the historic...
Its report is useful
With CloudBacko's reporting tool, you can get clear visibility into the backup
details of all destina...
Let’s see it works
First of all, you need to download
their 30-days free trial from their
website: www.cloudbacko.com
Pick CloudBacko Pro, as...
Install the software on your Oracle Database
server, and run the software. The front page
looks like this:
Click the “Backup Sets” button to
create a backup set for Oracle.
Input all the credentials for your
Oracle Database.
Select the database you need to
backup.
Then, setup the schedule for automated
backup. You can setup multiple schedules
here.
Ok, here you can add all the destinations that
you need to backup to, e.g. Dropbox, local
drive. Just click the [+] button.
For example, adding Dropbox as a destination is
pretty straight forward. Select Dropbox, and click
[Test].
A new web browser will be opened. Just sign
in your Dropbox account here.
Allow the software to access your Dropbox
account.
Then, copy the code provided.
Paste the code into the software.
Okay, Dropbox is added as a
backup destination.
Adding other destinations is pretty
much the same. Super easy.
Then, you need to setup the data encryption. I
recommend to turn it on if you need to backup
data to the cloud.
The default encryption is good enough, as it
will generate a 256-bit truly randomized key
for you.
Of course you can setup your own key by
select the [Custom] option.
The last thing is to enter your Windows User
Authentication code to the software, so that it
can access your network drive...
Okay, backup set created. The backup will be
run according to your defined schedule. You
can also fire a manual backup now...
Choose the options for manual backup, then
click [Backup] to run it.
It will then back up to your selected
destinations. Super easy.
When backup is done. You can read the
backup report.
Detailed info:
www.cloudbacko.com
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  1. 1. How to backup Oracle Database Server to Dropbox, Windows Azure, Amazon S3, and local hard drive
  2. 2. Select a backup software
  3. 3. For this tutorial, I’ve chosen CloudBacko (www.cloudbacko.com) simply because: • It’s affordable at $138 only for 1 host • It’s the ONLY solution that can do the job, backup the whole Oracle Database to the cloud, e.g. Dropbox, Windows Azure, Google Cloud Storage, Amazon S3, FTP, local/mapped drive
  4. 4. It also supports other data type: Besides Oracle Database, it also supports: Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SQL Server, VMware and Hyper-V, Lotus Domino, Oracle, MySQL, as well as Windows system image, and Windows System State.
  5. 5. It encrypts data and filenames as well Your backup data on the cloud will 100% secure as data will be encrypted with 256-bit military grade encryption on your local machine before backing up to the clouds. All the file and folder names will also be encrypted so that no one, not even the staff from CloudBackup™ and those cloud storages such as Dropbox, Amazon S3 or Google Cloud Storage, will be able to know what you have backed up. .
  6. 6. It’s easy to use CloudBacko comes with the most intuitive user interface that is so easy to use. No training will be required to get started. Selecting backup sources, managing destinations, scheduling automatic backups, monitoring the health of your backups, and restoring data, all can be done effortlessly. Whenever you need assistance, the Help button on each page provides you with the answer right away.
  7. 7. It can do Continuous Backup Once configured, CloudBacko will quietly and transparently performing backup in the background continuously. When your computer is busy with high CPU usage or network traffic, backup will automatically be paused so as not to affect the computer's performance.
  8. 8. It’s fast CloudBacko Pro is one of the fastest cloud and local backup software available in the market because of its built-in speed boosting technologies, e.g. multi- thread, concurrent backup to multiple destinations, In-File Delta block-level incremental backup, configurable compression, etc.
  9. 9. It keeps unlimited versions, for as long as you need You are able to define flexible versioning rules to keep the historical versions of your data. If you need to keep more recent versions and fewer over time, it can be easily achieved through the retention policy setup. Those versions can be kept forever if needed.
  10. 10. Its report is useful With CloudBacko's reporting tool, you can get clear visibility into the backup details of all destinations, including usage trend, backup and restore reports, log for warnings and errors, etc.
  11. 11. Let’s see it works
  12. 12. First of all, you need to download their 30-days free trial from their website: www.cloudbacko.com Pick CloudBacko Pro, as it is for backing up servers.
  13. 13. Install the software on your Oracle Database server, and run the software. The front page looks like this:
  14. 14. Click the “Backup Sets” button to create a backup set for Oracle.
  15. 15. Input all the credentials for your Oracle Database.
  16. 16. Select the database you need to backup.
  17. 17. Then, setup the schedule for automated backup. You can setup multiple schedules here.
  18. 18. Ok, here you can add all the destinations that you need to backup to, e.g. Dropbox, local drive. Just click the [+] button.
  19. 19. For example, adding Dropbox as a destination is pretty straight forward. Select Dropbox, and click [Test].
  20. 20. A new web browser will be opened. Just sign in your Dropbox account here.
  21. 21. Allow the software to access your Dropbox account.
  22. 22. Then, copy the code provided.
  23. 23. Paste the code into the software.
  24. 24. Okay, Dropbox is added as a backup destination.
  25. 25. Adding other destinations is pretty much the same. Super easy.
  26. 26. Then, you need to setup the data encryption. I recommend to turn it on if you need to backup data to the cloud.
  27. 27. The default encryption is good enough, as it will generate a 256-bit truly randomized key for you.
  28. 28. Of course you can setup your own key by select the [Custom] option.
  29. 29. The last thing is to enter your Windows User Authentication code to the software, so that it can access your network drive to backup.
  30. 30. Okay, backup set created. The backup will be run according to your defined schedule. You can also fire a manual backup now, by clicking the [Backup now] button..
  31. 31. Choose the options for manual backup, then click [Backup] to run it.
  32. 32. It will then back up to your selected destinations. Super easy.
  33. 33. When backup is done. You can read the backup report.
  34. 34. Detailed info: www.cloudbacko.com
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