JetBackup would supply hosting providers with a great deal of flexibility by allowing unlimited backup jobs, multiple schedules per job and unlimited destinations. Creating and applying custom hooks to backup and restore functions would give companies the ability to meet the unique needs of their clients. JetBackup is now for sale directly through the cPanel store and the Manage2 portal for cPanel partners. It will be available later this year for purchase through the WHM interface.
“Throughout my technical career, I’ve always preached about how vital it is to make and test backups,” said Eric Ellis, Vice President of Customer Experience for cPanel.
“Understanding how important this is when considering a backup technology partnership, JetBackup stood out as a dependable name in backup software making it an easy choice for cPanel.I’ll be using this robust software on my servers from now on.”
Backup & Restore
JetBackup’s self-service functionality allows cPanel end-users, hosting customers, to restore an account in seconds, removing the support burden with traditional cPanel & WHM backups. Some hosting providers would have seen up to 70% fewer support tickets related to account backups and restores. When clients have speed and ease-of-use, it is a win-win for both cPanel partners and their clients. Users can also enable JetBackup’s GDPR compliance feature for their account backups.
“We love partnering with companies that share our values of providing a high-quality product, backed by excellent customer service,” said Tim Hollis, CEO of JetApps, Inc. “Naturally, cPanel was a perfect fit! It has been a pleasure working with the entire cPanel team throughout this process of deepening the compatibility and integration of JetBackup into cPanel & WHM. This partnership is a great benefit to both cPanel and JetBackup customers alike.”
The JetApps executive team is comprised of hosting veterans who have all been in the web hosting industry for 20+ years. Their leadership would understand the complexities of running a web hosting company along with the software that is needed to give clients the best possible experience.
Established in 1997 by CEO Nick Koston, cPanel is based in Houston, Texas.
The company employs over 220 team members and has customers in more than 70 countries.
Read more at cPanel Users Can Now Buy JetBackup Licenses Directly from cPanel on Website Hosting Review.