Looking for a self hosted Carbonite backup alternative

Im looking for a self hosted Carbonite backup alternative. I have a few large Synology drives and want to backup a few remote locations to the synology. I had used Logmein Backup in the past but that is a no go now, because they don't support Windows 10, 2012, 2016 etc.

I've googled a bunch of alternatives like CrashPlan but not much luck.
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Fred MarshallPrincipalCommented:
Have you considered SugarSync?
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cnl83Author Commented:
That isn't self hosted... they want you to buy storage. I don't want to pay for storage, because I have plenty of my own storage.
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Matty-CTCommented:
Did you look into Synology's Hyper Backup and Hyper Backup Vault for NAS to NAS backup? Looks really cool and feature rich.

Link Synology Hyper Backup Specs

I wasn't aware that CrashPlan did away with their Pro Enterprise roll-your-own backup server.

You might want to take a look at Cloudberry Lab's Server/Desktop Backup which supports all kinds of cloud connections as well as local storage. You could set up some type of Open Stack or webdav cloud storage that has an iSCSI connection to the Synology. The remote clients would connect with the Open Stack which would then save the data on the NAS. But, if your Synology's support it I think that the Hyper Backup might be the way to go.
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cnl83Author Commented:
Synology Hyper Backup worked! Thanks Matty.
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Matty-CTCommented:
How cool is that!? Glad to hear it. I haven't even used Hyper Backup yet, as I did a little reading on what works well with Synology, and had read good things about it. I think I'm going to look into this solution for my needs too. Ha. Mildly ironic that I never expected this to be a solution which would apply to my company's needs until I read about it thoroughly and then recommended it for someone else. Glad I could help.

Matt
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