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I know the answer already ;-) No there is no support!
I have just found a cool service called Backupify, that can backup just about anything.
Has anyone thought about making it possible to have an Umbraco site be backed up by Backupify? They have support for Wordpress blogs, so you can backup a Wordpress blog nightly. I am thinking that it would be possible to do something similar for an Umbraco site.
By exposing the nodes, and the images on a site one could create a backup of an umbraco site. The same interface should then make it possible to create or update nodes, so you could easily restore your nodes from Backupify.
Would that be enough though? What items would one need to backup in order to backup an Umbraco site?
I have thought about a backup service in the past, might be intersting to use Backupify or any other service. The backup of the site should be dead simple, just copy over the files and your done. The problem is that you need to backup the database also and since that is mostly on another server you need to setup something that stores the db on a disk that can be accessed by the webserver.
But when the idea ever gets revisited I will checkout Backupify for sure
I am entertaining the idea a little more now. So I would like some input on how to do this if anyone has any ideas.
If I were to do this, what would I have to back up, and how? The more I can back up as Xml or maybe even Json the better.
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