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    I would like to have CloudBerry delete older backups from disk after uploading them to cloud storage (in this case GCS.) For example, I might want to keep only the latest full backup and its differentials and transaction logs on disk, but keep 6 full backups in GCS. Or if that is not possible, maybe forego the local backups altogether, but that is less preferable. Is this possible? I feel like I'm just missing something in the UI.

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    Hello Kenvneth, You can deleted older backups from the disk and upload them to cloud storage with the help of Veeam. This is a backup option in the cloud and its services have changed block tracking support, agentless backup of VMware VMs, rapid initial deployment, and compression. The strength of Veeam is Hyper-Availability for all potential workloads that include physical, virtual, and cloud. For further information you can try out now. This provides tenant self-service file level restore, though this is accessible for Windows and the user is supposed to pay for Microsoft licenses.


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