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N2WS Backup & Recovery for AWS Standard Edition

N2W Software | 4.0.0a

Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 18.04 - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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15 AWS reviews

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    Darin Harris

Solid, Well Performing and Elegant

  • July 16, 2014
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After spending about 30 minutes setting up 22 Instance backups and then running restores and glaciars to just see what the app was capable of, I found that my work was done. I expected days if not weeks of setup and worry ... this was just so elegant and well thought out it made life simple. Problem solved for us and we were able to worry about other issues ... Great application.


    Anton Zavrin (SFO)

Great, simple to use solution for AWS backups

  • May 15, 2014
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We've been using this product for almost half a year now.
We do backups of Oracle database as well as instances and just ebs volumes.
It always worked flawlessly and when we had questions or feature requests N2W always listened and reacted to our favor.

I would recommend this product to anyone.


    aws-user

CPM fills a huge gap in EC2 backups

  • September 03, 2013
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I've been keeping an eye on CPM for a while now since it's been the only backup solution built on AWS and "designed for EC2", making use of all the APIs and using EBS snapshots. Building your own scripts can take a long time and is generally a pain to manage, especially for Windows environments where you need to manage VSS if you want consistent snapshots/backups. Given that CPM is the only EC2 backup platform that has a Windows Server agent, it's a no brainer if you don't need specific application granularity during recovery.

When this launched on the Marketplace, I jumped onto it. A CPM edition is chosen based on the number of instances/accounts you need to back up. Ranging from $1 to $5 per instance per month, I'm not complaining. It removes a massive headache, is extremely easy to use, and even easier to recover.

Part of my trialling required replicating backups to a different region and restoring an instance in that region as part of my DR plan. With CPM, it couldn't be easier. I'd like to see a single policy supporting multiple Windows agents in future, but for a 1.0 release, this is fantastic.

Note to other users: plan your your storage and bandwidth costs (cross-regional DR replication) based on your daily change rate.

Keep up the good work N2W!