How do I use MSP360 Backup with Wasabi?

MSP360 Backup (formerly Cloudberry Backup) is certified for use with Wasabi. To use this product with Wasabi, please follow the instructions below. 

Please NoteThe data restoration process is handled by your specific backup software application. As there are many potential variables that will affect your unique environment, it is strongly recommended that you seek the guidance of your backup software's technical support team in the event that you encounter difficulty, or have application-specific inquiries.


Table of Contents

  1. Prerequisites
  2. Configuring Wasabi as a Storage Account
  3. Enable Immutability


1. Prerquisites

  • Active Wasabi Cloud Storage account
  • Active MSP360 Cloudberry backup account
  • Cloudberry/MSP Backup software installed and set up on the device to be backed-up

2. Configuring Wasabi as a Storage Account

2.1 Launch MSP360 Backup.


2.2 Click on the top left icon to launch additional options and then click on 'Add New Account' as shown below.


2.3 Now, select Wasabi from the different providers.


2.4 Enter your S3 credentials (access key and secret key). At that point Cloudberry will connect to your Wasabi account and list the available buckets. Select the appropriate bucket from the drop down box and then hit OK to confirm.


(Note - US-East-2 buckets will show up but the backup fails. We are working with CloudBerry to resolve this issue. The workaround is to use 'S3 Compatible' option instead of 'Wasabi' above and set the 'service point' to ''.

2.5 Cloudberry will confirm the account is registered successfully by showing the below screen. At this point, click on Close and let's configure a backup plan that points to Wasabi.


2.6 From the home screen. click on the appropriate icon to create a new backup plan. In the example below we click on 'Files'.


2.7 This will execute the Create Backup Plan wizard, as shown below. Select 'Local or Cloud Backup' and hit Next.


2.8 Select the Wasabi storage account that we added in the previous step, if not selected already. Hit Next.


2.9 Enter a custom Plan Name if required, and hit Next.


2.10 Select Backup Mode if required. Default is Advanced. Hit Next.


2.11 Select any applicable Advanced Options if needed.


2.12 Select the folders or drives that need to be backed up, and hit Next.


2.13 Select any 'Advanced Filter' settings as per your requirements.


2.14 Select the appropriate retention policy for this backup plan. Default is 30 days.


2.15 Select the appropriate schedule to run the backup plan. 


2.16 Select any appropriate Pre Backup and Post Backup actions, as per your requirement.


2.17 Configure Notification options to have notifications sent to your email address.


2.18 Cloudberry provides a summary of the backup plan settings. Hit Next to create the backup plan.


2.19 Hit Finish to complete the configuration. In our case we will check the 'Run Backup now' box to initiate the backup, as shown below.


2.20 The dashboard shows the backup activity running in the background.


2.21 You can confirm the backup plan is writing to Wasabi by checking your Wasabi bucket through the console or your S3 client.




3. Enable Immutability

MSP360 Backup now supports configuring immutable backups.

In order to use immutability, the software version should be  7.3.0 or later.

Follow the steps outlined below to make your backups immutable.

22. Launch MSP360 backup. Click on the top left icon to launch additional options and then click on 'Edit Storage Accounts' as shown below.



3.1 Select the Wasabi account and click Edit. Select an existing bucket or create a new bucket. Check the Allow Immutability checkbox, confirm enabling the feature and click OK. 



3.2 Edit the backup plan to apply immutability. Navigate to the Retention policy tab, set the required GFS settings. Check the Enable Immutability checkbox, confirm enabling the feature, follow the steps in backup plan wizard and click Finish. 




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