Automate backup for Linux devices without scripts

Linux® configuration backup is the process of making a copy of the complete configuration and settings for Linux devices. Configuration backups allow network administrators to recover quickly from a device failure, roll back from misconfiguration or simply revert a device to a previous state.

Because configurations change in time, configuration backups for Linux should be created regularly and stored in a secure location.

Restorepoint includes support for the following device types:
  • Most Linux variants (for instance, RHEL, CentOS, OpenSUSE)


Restorepoint can backup and restore the configuration of individual applications running on a Linux host, such as OpenLDAP, BIND, DHCP, Squid and so on.


Restorepoint enables organisations to automate network management, compliance management, and to make changes faster across their multi-vendor network infrastructure. Using Restorepoint you can save hours of administration time per week by automating critical network processes, all without scripts or repetitive manual processes.

We remove the complexity from network management, ensuring you're able to put routine tasks on auto-pilot.  Learn more about how Restorepoint can automate Network Configuration Backup, Compliance Auditing, Change Detection, and Change Management for all of your network, security and storage devices.