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Is there any (free?) backup solutions for Amazon Cloudfront / S3 out there that features scheduling in windows?


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You can use Windows Backup with TntDrive

TntDrive allows you to map Amazon S3 Bucket as a windows network/removable drive. So, you can use any backup software you wish.

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They're not free (and appear to have moved to a subscription-based model for new users) but I can recommend Jungle Disk.

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At this time it is NOT recommended to use either TntDrive OR Jungledisk.

  • Jungledisk is extremely buggy and tends to choke on full backups.
  • TntDrive Requires the full file to be created before it's uploaded, making it impossible to upload a disk past 50% capacity.

Solutions like duplicity are your only option.

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