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Open Cloud Backup Platform

A set of tools for service providers to develop
a flexible and holistic backup solution.
Lightweight engine, streamlined by Paragon for 25+ years
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Quick overview

OCB Platform is a hi-end backup engine specially designed for service providers to create a fully compliant and secure backup solution for their clients. With our platform, you can develop a highly competitive product with extensive automation, with the entire process optionally conducted by our back-end or seamlessly integrated with your back-end. You only need to develop a user-friendly front-end.

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How It Works

A brief description of the functionality and components of our OCB platform

Developers Guide

A complete step-by-step guide to building a backup solution on our OCB Platform

API Documentation

The detailed description of our REST API methods

Cloud Backup Platform Structure

Cloud Backup SDK

Open Cloud Backup Platform

Personal Account
Paragon Backend
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Cloud Backup SDK

With the SDK you get:
  • Backup model framework
  • Load forecast report
  • Installation package for local agents with deployment and management tools
    • Backup Agent
    • Replication Agent
    • LocalWorker Agent
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Open Cloud Backup Platform

Your personal Cloud Backup account gives you the following
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Personal Account

Your personal Cloud Backup account gives you the following:
  • Tenant account structure to cooperate with multiple users with different roles and levels of accessibility
  • Licensing for white-labeling of Paragon tools and SDK
  • Access to Cloud Backup Live Demo
  • Access to the Cloud Backup Sandbox (upon request)
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Paragon Backend

A Set of microservices hosted on Paragon servers and used for:
  • Managing the local agents
  • Agentless backup processing for virtualized environments
A set of microservices include:
  • Inventory
  • Registry
  • Storage service
  • Agent Coordinator
  • Jobs Coordinator
  • Notification service
  • Authority
To learn more about our backend and microservices read our