Backing up your WordPress weblogs regularly is one of the most important security measures you can and should take to secure your websites and your precious data. With a backup you would be able to restore all your posts in case of an emergency like a server outage, hacker attack or plugin failure. Usually to create regular backups you would need to install a WordPress plugin on each of your sites but if you manage many blogs that can get tedious.
CMS Commander solves this by allowing you to bulk backup all your WordPress websites from a central place. You can create a single backup task for all your sites and then either run the backup manually at times of your choosing or completely automate the backup process by scheduling daily, weekly or monthly backups.
Furthermore CMS Commander offers you many different locations to where you can save the generated backup files to: You can choose to store the backups directly on your websites server and/or have them sent to your email, uploaded to your Dropbox account, uploaded to a FTP account and uploaded to a Amazon S3 account. Ideally you will (and can!) choose several of those for the highest amount of security for your backups.
- Backup all your websites at the same time with a single click.
- Automatic Backups: Schedule backup jobs to be run completely on autopilot, either every day, week or month.
- Save created backups to any combination of five different storage locations: Your Server, FTP, Email, Dropbox, Amazon S3
- Easily restore WordPress backup files which CMS Commander has created on your websites.
- Backup the WordPress database only or all your website files as well.
- Optimize your WP Database tables while creating the backups automatically!
A sample backup task in CMS Commander, which automatically backs up two blogs on a daily basis and saves the resulting file to 5 destinations!
If you want to learn more about creating automatic WordPress backups in CMS Commander you can look up the article on “Creating Backups” in the documentation.