Thanks to all the excellent resources on server management many developers are now setting up and administrating their own servers. If you are one of them you can't count on anybody else but yourself to backup the data of your clients.

We'll cover the backup issues presented when using modern hosting such as Linode and DigitalOcean. Then we'll review some enterprise grade solutions. Finally we'll dive deep into implementing a backup system using Laravel 5's filesystem abstraction.


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Magnus Backhurst at 11:12 on 17 Feb 2017

Great introduction to what looks like a useful tool for Laravel developers.

A solid talk, a good introduction into a package that I think I'll be using very soon!

Mark Kathmann at 11:23 on 17 Feb 2017

Interesting talk, good intro to a useful addition to Laravel.

Great talk, I have thought about the package for some time now, but this talk convinced me. And also as a side application just for the backup of a application not written in Laravel:-)

Mattias Wirf at 23:27 on 18 Feb 2017

Good talk and a tool I will try out. I've also signed up for Freeks newsletter and the blog is now in my bookmarks ;)