Sync GitHub repository backups to Amazon S3

Connect an Amazon S3 bucket of your choice and get all your GitHub repository backups synced on a daily basis, including metadata. This is practical if you want to keep an offsite copy of your data that you can access independently from GitHub and BackHub.

With backups in your own cloud storage you can further process your data. For example, you can extend the backup retention beyond the 30 days covered by backup snapshots. You can also easily archive backups to Amazon Glacier on a regular basis.

Note: In the near future we will support other storage solutions, such as Azure and others.



Learn how to set up cloud sync for Amazon S3 to start syncing your GitHub repository backups here.

If you want to learn more about how the data is structured in the Amazon S3 bucket, go here.