Automated Backups with Amazon S3 Support

Since the launch of Unfuddle, we have always considered it one of our highest priorities that our customers would have direct and immediate access to their data in the form of project backups. Downloading comprehensive project backups has always been possible with Unfuddle. However, automating this process has always required writing some custom code against the Unfuddle API.

automated backups imageAutomated Backups

We now provide the ability to schedule automatic backups of projects, removing the potential tediousness of going through the Unfuddle API. Any project or account administrator may now setup a project to be backed up daily, weekly, or monthly.

Additionally, with Unfuddle now running entirely on Amazon’s infrastructure, it seemed only natural to allow for these automated backups to be sent directly to Amazon S3 buckets. You can now specify your Amazon credentials along with an optional bucket name and all new backups will automatically be sent to your S3 account for your own storage.

  1. April 24, 2009 James

    Awesome, this is just what we need. Keep up the good work :-)

  2. April 24, 2009 matt pacyga

    Awesome! What exactly gets backed up? Milestones, tickets and notebooks? Or is it just the repository? Any documentation? I signed up for an s3 account asap! Is it possible to back up more then one project at a time? Thank you for adding this feature.

  3. April 29, 2009 Ken Webster

    OK, great. Now how do I turn it on? I'm sure the settings for this are somewhere obvious, but not to me.