What is Bacula?

Bacula is an open source backup solution. It’s known to be robust enough but yet relatively easy-to-configure. As it is open source, software license costs are nullified. Also a proof to its stability, it’s RPMs and DEBs are to be found in software repositories of the most popular Linux server distributions, Red Hat (CentOS) and Debian, so installation and deployment of upgrades can be done in a common way by anyone. Bottom line, Bacula has its flaws, but it’s still likely better than fooling around with rsync based scripts and catalogues. Continue reading “What is Bacula?”