While SpiderOak One was designed for endpoint backup, we do have many customers that also use it on their servers. Once installed, SpiderOak One will run in real-time and backup any additions or changes. For any programs that have frequent changes, such as databases, we recommend only backing up an archive file rather than the live database. If you have multiple servers, they can each be added as a new device.
SpiderOak One is priced per TB, after data is deduplicated. Please visit our pricing page for more information.
SpiderOak One also has a rich command line interface suitable for scripting backups in many environments.
*NOTE: While the Groups and Enterprise products can also be used to backup servers, they typically only fit if your end users will also be using it.
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