Although this brand is less recognized than other operating systems, Linux devices can be found all over the world. From supported Android devices, to automotive technology, Linux operating systems have a range of important uses, and should be supported with a trusted cloud backup solution.

The team at Best Cloud Backups has provided a list of our top four picks for Linux cloud backup solutions. In the following chart, we have broken down each product’s features into four important categories (pricing, ease of use, support and technology). Whether you are looking for the most affordable solution, the highest level of security, or the fastest service, you will be able to find the perfect solution based on your individual priorities.

Best cloud backup comparison table:
Jungle DiskSpiderOak OneCrashPlanCloudberry
  • No free trial
  • $8 USD/month
  • Free demo upon request
  • 21-day free trial
  • $60 per year for 5GB
  • $129 per year for 2TB
  • 30 day free trial
  • $5.99/USD month for unlimited storage
  • 15-day free trial
  • Set price of $49.99 or $299.99 depending on product
  • Users must purchase a third party cloud storage solution to pair with this product
Ease of Use
  • Quick setup
  • Minimal data information available
  • Simple user interface
  • Compatible with Amazon S3 data
  • Quick backups
  • Block-level backups
  • Mobile applications available for management
  • Complex interface
  • Limited data information available
  • Complex installation and backups
  • Centralized management
  • Requires Java installation
  • Centralized management
  • Mobile applications available
  • Manual pairing of third party cloud storage solution required
  • No password key
  • Phone support available during business hours
  • Request form
  • Email support
  • Online informational resources
  • No live support
  • Request form
  • Informational pages on website
  • Troubleshooting instructions
  • FAQs
  • Phone and email support
  • Live chat
  • FAQ page
  • Instructional videos
  • Social media
  • Email support
  • Online forums
  • Live chat support (not available during trial)
  • Phone support (not available during trial)
  • Two-factor authentication
  • Encryption
  • Password manager
  • File-sharing
  • Sync folders
  • Backup vaults
  • Limited storage space
  • 256-bit encryption
  • TLS/SSL protocols
  • Local database storage
  • Limited storage
  • Unlimited deleted file retention
  • Versioning
  • File-syncing
  • 448-bit local encryption
  • Versioning
  • Private key
  • Uses Java for data storage
  • Deleted file retention
  • Backs up data to external drive
256-bit encryption available (depending on paired storage service)
TLS protocol
Protected authorized access
Summary of Pros
  • Data is highly secure
  • Low price
  • Compression vaults available for fast backups
  • Amazon S3 compatibility
  • Data is highly secure
  • Unlimited file retention
  • Fast backup service
  • File-syncing
  • Low price
  • Unlimited data storage
  • Comprehensive customer support resources
  • Unlimited versioning and deleted file retention
  • High speed
  • Excellent customer support resources
  • One-time price
  • High security features available
Summary of Cons
  • Difficult to access data information
  • Limited storage space
  • No free trial
  • Poor interface
  • Limited data information available
  • High price
  • Limited support resources
  • Requires third party download
  • Complex interface
  • Difficult to navigate
  • Manual setup
  • Additional cost of third party storage solution
  • Phone and live chat support unavailable during free trial period



Overall, Cloudberry may seem like the most inexpensive option on our list due to the one-time price, which is offered. However, the Cloudberry cloud backup solution requires an additional purchase of a third party cloud storage service of the user’s choice. In terms of value, Data Deposit Box is the frontrunner due to their pay per use policy, as well as their product’s impressive features.

Jungle Disk and Data Deposit Box present easy-to-use interfaces and product management centres. The Jungle Disk cloud backup solution for Linux however, fails to provide details regarding data backup activity, where the Data Deposit Box solution allows the user to view all necessary information.

We believe that a combination of phone and online support is the best way to provide customers with the resources they need to navigate a new product. Jungle Disk, Cloudberry and Data Deposit Box all offer various methods of contact including phone, email, and informational web pages. Additionally, Data Deposit Box offers daily email reports, which is a unique feature that keeps users up to date on product information.

SpiderOak One and Data Deposit Box offer the most impressive technological features in their cloud backup solutions for Linux. These products offer extensive data protection, file retention and fast backup technology.