Rewind has launched first solution to automate daily Confluence backups and provide rapid recovery of Pages, Spaces and more. Now the only backup & recovery provider for GitHub, Jira and Confluence

OTTAWA, ON – August 15, 2022 — / / — Rewind, today announced the launch of Backups for Confluence, the first automated backup and on-demand data recovery tool empowering Confluence users to recover their data instantly. Now available in the Atlassian marketplace, it joins Rewind’s extensive suite of cloud backup and recovery solutions for BigCommerce, GitHub, Jira, Microsoft 365, QuickBooks Online, Shopify and Trello.

Providing remote-friendly team workspaces, Confluence helps a wide array of businesses maintain consistency across distributed teams and complex projects. Installed and set up in minutes, Rewind Backups for Confluence allows companies to minimize support tickets and automate the backup process, ensuring rapid restoration of Confluence data. With Backups for Confluence, users can quickly recover the whole account or any item of choice, including Spaces, Pages, Templates, Themes, and more. Pricing of Backups for Confluence starts at $3 per user and requires no advanced configurations or coding.

“Since launching our first Backups solution in 2015, development teams have continually told us that they want the ease of backing up multiple solutions through one proven platform,” said Mike Potter, CEO of Rewind. “Backups for Confluence now joins our growing portfolio of backup and recovery tools, including GitHub and Jira, ensuring development teams maintain their productivity and peace of mind.”

As cloud use continues to increase, data recovery will become increasingly more important for all types of business users, including development teams. In April of this year, over 20,000 Atlassian users were impacted by an outage, which left their data inaccessible for 14 days while the company worked to fully recover user data. Atlassian now recommends users have separate backup and data recovery solutions for Confluence.

Rewind already protects over 74 billion data points for customers across 100 countries. The company recently received its Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 report, which ensures that Rewind’s data control objectives and activities meet the highest standards for security and confidentiality.

About Rewind
Since 2015, Rewind has been on a mission to help businesses protect their SaaS and cloud data. Over 100,000 customers in more than 100 countries have trusted Rewind’s top-reviewed apps and support to ensure their software-as-a-service applications run uninterrupted. The Rewind platform enables companies to back up, restore, and copy the critical data that drives their business.

Mats Lindeberg

Source: Rewind



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