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I am interested in rolling my own sever backup routine using Amazon S3 or even Google Storage as my storage host. I currently use Mozy Pro (I opted into their new pricing model which allows me share my backup storage pool across numerous servers). I want a storage system that allows me to have more control over the storage scheme than what Mozy offers. Amazon S3 also seems to be considerably cheaper than Mozy (at least after the initial upload).

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So what is your question? –  EEAA Dec 27 '12 at 5:16
    
What is the best backup client that interfaces with S3 or G Storage. Something that is a one time purchase and not a recurring monthly fee. –  Christian McDonald Dec 27 '12 at 6:23
    
In that case, this is off-topic due to it being a shopping question. –  EEAA Dec 27 '12 at 15:04

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Chrisitan, check out CloudBerry Backup Server edition. It's one time purchase, works on Windows Server 2008 and you can use over 15 public clouds (incl. Amazon S3, Glacier and Google Cloud Storage) for your backups

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