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Protect your repos and data

GitHub backup

GitHub backup

Automatically backup and restore GitHub repositories with metadata, including issues, pull requests, actions, wiki, and more.

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Bitbucket backup

Bitbucket backup

Automatically backup and restore Bitbucket repositories with metadata, including issues, pull requests, pipelines, hooks, and more.

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GitLab backup

GitLab backup

Automatically backup and restore GitLab repositories with metadata, including issues, merge requests, hooks, keys, wiki and more.

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Jira backup

Jira backup

Automatically backup and restore Jira data including Projects, Issues, Roles, Workflow, Users, Boards, Comments, Attachments, and more.

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Automate backups, set and forget

Simply add your GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket account (one or more) to instantly protect your data. New repo? It will be automatically added to your backup plan and schedule.

Automate backups

Any storage compatibility

Bring your own storage (any cloud compatible with AWS S3 or on-premise) or choose our cloud storage and preferred data center location (US or EU).

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Behind GitProtect stands a decade of Xopero Software’s backup experience. Get access to advanced retention, encryption, compression and more enterprise-class features for free.

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Stress-free recovery

Stay up to date with easy monitoring

Set email and slack notifications and easily access advanced audit logs or visual statistics with a super-friendly central management console.

GitHub down? Bitbucket down? GitLab down? Cross-over recovery and DR

Recover all repositories with metadata to the same or different version control hosting platform to ensure instant Disaster Recovery and eliminate downtime.

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Security by design, for your compliance needs


SOC2 on finish (Q1 2022)


Advanced audit logs


Your own AES 256 encryption key


Zero-knowledge encryption

Key features


Automatic, recurring metadata and repository backup

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On-premise or SaaS - choose your scenario


Unlimited retention and git archive


Add many accounts, admins and set privileges


DR & restore to a new repos, local device or cross-over


Use our cloud or bring your own storage (on-prem or compatible with S3)

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The last Jira outage gave us a lot to think about - mostly how would we deal with a such scenario ourselves. And the answer didn’t fill us with much optimism. We needed to make fast changes and include Atlassian tools in our backup policy. There was one problem – most backup vendors don’t cover DevOps tools. So the initial issue has grown even bigger. Fortunately, we heard about GitProtect, tested Bitbucket backup, deployed it and now we are waiting for the upcoming launch of backup for Jira. For us, GitProtect is a real game-changer.

Mark Wolland Senior IT Project Manager

We live from coding. So we are aware of intellectual property value. We need to make sure that our customer’s data and the source code of their GitHub projects are protected and accessible from any point in time. GitProtects provide us with nearly unlimited retention and GitHub archive possibilities. And features like encryption and password manager ensure us with our code security.

Marcin Pastuszek CEO at PQ studio

To achieve SOC 2 certification, our organization needed to implement a fully manageable GitHub backup solution. There was no question about compromising any of our strict security policies. GitProtect with its strong focus on security, user encryption, and policy-based advanced backup plans set up was the obvious choice.

Pablo Versales Security Officer

The last Jira outage gave us a lot to think about - mostly how would we deal with...

We live from coding - GitProtect provides us with nearly unlimited...

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How can backup software save engineering and administration time and resources?

Managing your own backup scripts or snapshots for GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket or Jira data obligates you to manage all the processes, infrastructure, maintenance costs to make your internal copies. While it might seem cost-effective, it turns out to be laborious, time-consuming and in a long-term perspective, the working hours of the employees managing backups and all related maintenance expenses can cost you a fortune. And if you need to restore data…you have to write another script. How much time and resources will it waste? A lot.

Once you decide on a third-party GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket and Jira backup software for your source code, your team will have much more time for their core duties and generating growth. Your repositories and metadata will be in safe hands of a backup vendor with years of experience on the cybersecurity market. Your administration time will reduce due to easy implementation, intuitive central management console and easy monitoring with custom email and Slack notifications and advanced audit logs that tracks every action performed in the system. Thanks to multi-level management you can add many administrators and share responsibilities among the team. And if you need to restore data - you don’t need any additional app - simply choose a backup plan to restore from any-point-in time, choose a target destination, and instantly get your source code back and keep on working.

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What can you backup with What data does backup and restore?, as the most professional backup software, covers most of GitHub, GitLab and Bitbucket repositories and metadata as well as Jira Cloud data, including:

  • GitHub/GitHub Enterprise: Repositories, Wiki, Issues, Issue comments, Deployment keys, Pull requests, Pull request comments, Webhooks, Labels, Milestones, Pipelines/Actions, Tag, LFS, Releases, Collaborants, Commits, Branches, Projects
  • Gitlab/GitLab Ultimate: Repositories, Wiki, Issues, Issue comments, Deployment keys, Pull requests, Pull request comments, Webhooks, Labels, Milestones, Pipelines/Actions, Tag, LFS, Releases, Collaborants, Commits, Branches, Variables, GitLab Groups
  • Bitbucket: Repositories, Wiki, Issues, Issue comments, Deployment keys, Pull requests, Pull request comments, Webhooks, Labels, Milestones, Pipelines/Actions, Tag, LFS, Releases, Collaborants, Commits, Branches, Variables, GitLab Groups.
  • Bitbucket DC: Repositories, Pull requests, Webhooks, Tag, LFS, Commits, Branches.
  • Jira Cloud: Issues, Projects, Projects Roles, Workflow, Users, Comments, Attachments, Boards, Versions, Fields (Custom fields, Layouts, Screens), Votes, Audit logs, Notifications.
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How fast can I recover the data and get back to work after an outage/event of failure?

When your data is backed up with, you can be sure that you can easily get access to your backup copy from any point in time if a disaster happens. We understand that every minute without access to the source code costs a lot, that is why the faster you can continue your work the better.

Thus, we guarantee that you can get access to your data instantly using Disaster Recovery technology, Point-in-time restore, Granular recovery or Cross-over recovery to another git hosting service. Also, you have a possibility to restore the data to your local device and even migrate your data easily between platforms. So then, in case of i.e. GitHub outage you can restore all your data to i.e. Bitbucket (or local machine) and keep on working.

So, in the event of failure all you need to do is to choose a copy that you need to restore and decide whether you want to restore the entire copy or just a chosen data. Then, select a target location where to restore the data, restore instantly and work uninterruptedly, even during a serious service outage with no impact on your workflow.

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Can DevOps backup help with audit compliance?

For every C-level, Cybersecurity or Compliance team member of an organization, security has become a primary concern in software development. Not only because IT departments want to know that their critical business data is safe and protected. Nowadays when a company wants to achieve or sustain SOC 2 or ISO 27K compliance, they need to not only have a traditional backup but also a repository and metadata as well as most SaaS services backup and disaster recovery in place.

Under SOC 2, the auditors should check if the backups of the most crucial applications and database components are made on a regular basis. According to the compliance needs they should be done every day, so that in case of a failure, there is a possibility to restore your source code and services fast.

Choosing, you can get the best practices and features of product and storage security - AES 265 encryption with your own encryption key, in-flight and at-rest encryption, zero-knowledge encryption, flexible and unlimited retention, easy monitoring, advanced audit logs and custom notifications, ransomware protection and more security by design features that let you stay SOC 2 and ISO27K compliant.

More about security: GitProtect security by design

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Is it my concern to protect data under the Shared Responsibility Model?

It is a well-known fact that all git repository hosting services, just like all other SaaS providers, operate according to the so-called “Shared Responsibility Model” which can differ a bit for each service provider but basically, all those models assume that both operators and customers itselves have some responsibilities for the use of services. The provider is therefore not solely responsible for the services and the data processed within them, and each user should (or in fact must) know their obligations.

In short: under this model providers, whether it is GitHub, GitLab or Atlassian, take care of the infrastructure accessibility, uptime and recoverability focusing on their business and protecting its integrity. Account-level data protection and recovery lies outside of their responsibilities and competences. That is why every user has to protect data on his own.

Moreover, service providers require or at least recommend each customer to have a third-party backup software in place.

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