MSP Backup & Recovery

Backup Profiles - more flexible schedules

Would like the schedule configuration within backup profiles to be more flexible.

 

-SQL backups are restricted to at most every 6 hours - Customer would like to be able to change this to more frequently, e.g. every 15 minutes, 30 minutes, hourly, etc.

-System State backup can't be run less frequently than daily - Customer would like to be able to change this to less frequently, e.g. bi-weekly, weekly

Submitted by (@catriona.bowen)

MSP Backup & Recovery

MSP Backup should Compete with Carbonite

MSP Backup needs to add a few more features and lower their cost to us. Resellers are being charged more than what Carbonite is charging their customers with all of the same features except Carbonite users aren't limited in Backup Agent installs. They can install on one server and unlimited desktops for the same costs to share 500GB ($50/month) and add storage at $50/month for 500GB. Carbonite Users can see backup status ...more »

Submitted by (@lloydcarroll)

MSP N-central

Add MSP Backup Data to The SSRS data (warehouse database)

SolarWinds current allows MSP Backup to be deployed as a standalone product or incorporated into NCentral. However, the data generated by MSPBackup (success, size, file, error and more), are not available in the NCentral API or SSRS Reports. Because the data is housed at https://integrated.cloudbackup.management, it is not accessible to our deployment of NCentral and therefore, not copied into the reporting related ...more »

Submitted by (@dobrien)

MSP Backup & Recovery

Allow API Access To MSPBackup data for users of the Integrated

Allow API Access To MSPBackup data for users of the Integrated MSP Backup Solution (N-Central). SolarWinds currently allows MSP Backup to be deployed as a standalone product or incorporated into NCentral. Those using the standalone product have access to a JSON RPC API via the URL: https://cloudbackup.management/jsonapi . This API allows them access to backup status and data size information. Users of the NCentral ...more »

Submitted by (@dobrien)