MainWP has formed a strategic partnership with BlogVault in order to provide you with unbreakable incremental off-site backups for all of your MainWP Child websites at an incredible discount pricing that is equivalent to 25 percent off of BlogVault’s regular fees. All that is required of you is to install the uninterrupted BlogVault Backup Extension or to follow the provided instructions in order to get started in a way that is both speedy and simple.
MainWP and BlogVault have formed a partnership in order to provide you with foolproof incremental off-site backups for all of your MainWP Child websites at a discount of 25% off their regular costs. To get started quickly and without a lot of hassle, all you have to do is install the uninterrupted BlogVault Backup Extension and follow the instructions that are provided with it.
How does an incremental backup work?
The first thing that BlogVault does is create a full backup of your WordPress site. During the process of creating the backup, it creates an index of the many different components of the website, such as the many documents and the database.
This index is thereafter used on a chronic basis to choose the relevant components from the website in accordance with the most recent expectations. After the first backup has been completed in its whole, subsequent backups will be carried out in an incremental fashion. BlogVault below performs scans of the website at regular periods in order to identify certain things that have changed. It then just backs up the modifications made after that.
Reduce server burden over your Child sites.
When carrying out a full backup, it is necessary for the entirety of the website to be duplicated. This makes heavy demands on the server’s resources and causes the website to run more slowly than usual. Incremental backups over the course of the ignoble hand only reproduce newer portions on the site. This places a minimal amount of strain on the website, and hence, it does not slow the website down.
- Backups: BlogVault utilizes an incremental technique that is modeled after the traditional backup, restoration, and migration procedure. We only work with what has changed since the previous sync, regardless of whether we are moving to a new site, tightening up an existing one, or restoring it. This reduces the amount of bandwidth and epochs used.
- Test Restore: All you need to do is load the backup version you’ve chosen in accordance with any of the versions on our test servers, and you’ll be able to access it just like a genuine website.
- Auto Restore: The Auto-Restore function, when enabled, will automatically restore the backup in line with the server at the time of your requirement, unless there is a need because manual intervention.
- BlogVault ensures your data is safe by storing several copies of your backup in a location that is geographically separate from your website. This makes it impossible for hackers to access your data. Your encrypted backup is saved across many secure data centers as well as across servers hosted by Amazon S3.
- When migrating a website, which may sometimes be an essential operation, site owners are typically filled with a clear accumulation of concern over whether or not the migration will be successful. It doesn’t matter if you’re moving in accordance with a former army or changing your domain; there are always going to be difficulties, especially at the most significant periods of downtime in your life.
- History BlogVault keeps a record of your backups going back 30 days, which means you should be able to go back to any point in time and get the information you need from them.