Connect to your MySQL databases
and send backups to
- Zip and 7Zip compression
- Rest API
- Connection and configuration of new backup jobs via CLI
- Automatic restore to another MySQL Server
- Command-line interface to run the backups through a batch file
- Maintenance jobs
- Email notifications
- Local folders backup
Point in time recovery
SqlBak can perform incremental binlog backups.
Incremental backups contain the changes made since the last backup only. They are fast, don't use database resources, and take up little space.
Install an app
Schedule a backup job online
Manage backups on multiple servers
How does SqlBak make full backups?
How does SqlBak make incremental backups?
How can the backups that were created via SqlBak be restored?
Why should I backup MySQL databases if my hosting already does it?
- Hosting backs up the entire system. If only one database will be corrupted, then in order to restore it you will have to roll back the entire system.
- As a rule, hosting creates a backup once a day. In SqlBak, you can make backups more often, via your own schedule.
- Hosting stores your backups for a limited amount of time. In SqlBak, you decide where to store backups and when to delete them.
Can the backups be sent to different destinations?
Is it possible to backup local folders along with databases?
Can the databases be automatically restored to another server?
You can even backup a database on Windows and restore it on Linux (or vice versa). The article How to Copy Databases from Windows to Linux describes the process.