Recurring GitHub repository backup
Create daily recurring backups of your public and private GitHub repositories. Don't worry about maintaining, executing or documenting your own backup script.
Sync backups to S3 option
Sync backups to your own cloud storage (currently Amazon S3) to keep an offsite copy of your data and for longterm backup retention.
Audit Log for enterprise compliance
The audit log is a centralized stream of all system and user activity within your BackHub installation. Easily monitor your backups and account activity with this feature.
Backup Issues, Milestones and more
Backups include not only the repository with all branches, but also all associated metadata, such as issues, milestones, pull requests, releases, wikis and more
Daily Backup Snapshots
BackHub creates daily snapshots of all your backups. You can easily restore a previous state of your repository or metadata up to 30 days back in time.
Clone from BackHub servers
You can clone any snapshot of your GitHub backup directly from BackHub. This means you can access your data anytime, even if GitHub is temporarily not available.
When you need to recover a repository, you can restore your repository including metadata, such as issues and milestones, directly back to GitHub via the GitHub API.
Download GitHub repository and Metadata
You can download the GitHub repository or metadata directly from BackHub without having to restore it back to GitHub.
Automatic Backup Creation
BackHub checks your GitHub account on a daily basis for new repositories and automatically creates backups.
Use BackHub as your repository archive, and at GitHub remove repositories on which you are no longer working.