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Best GitHub Backup Tools To Protect Your Critical GitHub Data

DevSecOps and data protection have become a necessity in our today’s reality. Outages, accidental or intentional deletion, human errors, cyber-attacks, and constant detection of new vuls are among those triggers that can work on companies to search for a reliable security strategy… and backup is one of the key elements in building such a strategy. Don’t you agree that when it comes to the source code and the security of GitHub repositories and metadata, the issue takes on a whole new meaning?

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The Best GitLab Backup Tools And Solutions To Ensure GitLab Data Resilience

What will you do if you accidentally lose access to your GitLab repository? Or some of your issues, pull requests, webhooks, or other metadata is gone for a lifetime? One may think that if he keeps all his data in Git and uses GitLab, which is one of the most secure Git hosting services, everything will be fine. 

However, Git isn’t a backup itself, and GitLab as any other service provider is governed by the Shared Responsibility Model, which means that your data is all your responsibility. The service provider is only responsible for its service being ongoing, and its data being secured.

In this blog post, let’s look at different methods and tools to back up GitLab, their pros and cons.

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Exploring the Best Jira Cloud Server Backup Tools for Ensuring Data Protection and Recovery

Jira is a project management and issue-tracking solution that helps teams work together on projects. Created by Atlassian, it offers various tools to help companies organize tasks, communicate effectively, and track project progress. Jira is suitable for software development, IT services, business tasks, and customer support. Its flexibility makes it adaptable to different types of work.

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Bitbucket security – best practices

For some businesses, especially those for which code is the most critical resource, the security of the code hosting and version control service might be a key decision factor. There are three main such services on the market – GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab. In this article, we will take a closer look at Bitbucket security.

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Git Repository Backup: third-party software or your own script

When it comes to files, endpoints, servers, or VMs – a third-party backup software is something obvious that nearly every business needs and should have. Unlike repository backup which is not so obvious, but of equal importance. As CTO, IT manager, software-house owner, or team leader – you probably can imagine how much it would cost you to lose the code your team has been working on for months… if not, try to calculate…

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Bitbucket down – why backup Bitbucket?

Bitbucket is considered a proven, secure Git repository management solution used by millions of companies worldwide. However, as in most services, there are moments of Bitbucket down. You might be lucky to not see for yourself what Bitbucket down means, but trust me – some other companies already experienced service outages or other problems, and more will. If you don’t want to join a group of users affected by Bitbucket problems, you might want to consider bringing in an additional layer of security in the form of a proper backup. In this article, we will talk about why you need one, and generally about why you should protect your Bitbucket repositories.

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GitHub down – why backup GitHub?

Does your company use GitHub? And if so how do you protect your data there? You might be wondering why I’m asking that question when you consider GitHub as some sort of protection for your code. Well, you might be lucky enough to not see for yourself what exactly GitHub down means, but many users experienced problems with the service outage, and so will many do in the future. But there are some things you can do to ensure your data safety and accessibility when a failure occurs to GitHub. In this article, we will talk about why you need to protect your GitHub repos, and how to do it with a proper backup.

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