Hello, there is a task to make backup copies of 1c databases, the volume is about 1GB in some kind of cloud service from a server to Windows.

It is the backup that is interesting, since synchronization in this case is not very convenient due to large files and does not completely protect against, for example, database corruption by the user.

I am looking for a free solution.

3 Answers 3

Of the free, not bad MEGA.
Not bad because it has a large amount of free rate, high speed, and of encryption on the client side.
The native client only syncs, but there are console utilities for uploading data to the cloud.
www.exdupe.com + any cloud.
  • Yes, an interesting solution, it’s a pity that old backups aren’t cleaning up :) The only drawback is that you have to store backup locally, but in this case it’s not critical. – Stormy Swan Aug 20 '15 at 17:28
  • No 32-bit version, sadness – Stormy Swan Aug 20 '15 at 17:55
  • [[sshz]]: www.exdupe.com/old you can download the source(there is a project for vs) and compile a 32 bit version, but it will speed up. – Vivacious Vicuña Aug 20 '15 at 20:24
  • [[sshz]]:
    >sorry for the old backups not cleaning
    a few lines in the batch file will fix this flaw.
    – Vivacious Vicuña Aug 20 '15 at 20:25
Download any utility from cloud storage - mega.nz for example.If you use Mail.ru, then you need to set the backup division into files equal to 2 GB.And often in the clouds there is a limit on the maximum size of the downloaded file.

Create a cloud folder on an external hard drive using the cloud utility.

With the help of Acronis True image, we make backups of databases to an external hard drive in a cloud folder.Do not forget to enable encryption of backups with the acronym