Protecting your construction data using Cloudsfer's backup solution
Frequently ensuring the backup of your Autodesk Construction Cloud projects is essential to safeguard your valuable construction data. By utilizing Cloudsfer, you have the capability to automate the backup process via scheduled routines and securely store your project data on your own cloud storage platforms such as Azure Blob Storage. This guarantees swift data retrieval and helps mitigate potential interruptions resulting from accidents, system malfunctions, or cybersecurity risks.
How to backup Autodesk docs & Bim 360 docs to Azure Blob with Cloudsfer’s solution - step by step guide:
Step 1: Select the ’Backup & Restore’ tab.
NOTE: Pay attention that you are in the window with the color turquoise for backup.
Step 2: Select 'Start Backup’.
Step 3: Select source system ‘BIM 360’ and click ‘Connect’.
NOTE: Choose BIM 360 connector for all Autodesk Construction Cloud products include: BIM 360, Autodesk Build, and Autodesk Docs.
When connecting to BIM for the first time you will need to allow Cloudsfer's application to access your BIM account through the Data Management API. Read more in this guide.
Please make sure you have Admin access/collaboration on the backed up projects.
A pop-up window will appear. Enter your account details.
Click to allow access for Cloudsfer.
Step 4: Choose the projects you wish to backup.
Step 5: Select target system ‘Azure Blob Storage’ and click ‘Connect’.
A pop-up window will appear. Enter your account details (Storage Account Name and Access Key) and click 'Submit' to allow access for Cloudsfer.
Please verify your Azure Blob storage can be accessed by Cloudsfer (Not Private).
Step 6: Select the path you wish the content to be transferred to and click ‘Create Backup’.
Step 7: Write a name for your backup project and click 'ok'.
Step 8: You can select a time to run the backup for the first time (optional).
One Time backup is according to your browser time zone.
On the bottom section you will need to insert a mandatory backup schedule interval daily/weekly according to your time subscription.
Please note the backup schedules are according to UTC time zone.
Step 9: Check ‘Sync Enabled’ and ‘I reviewed the restrictions’.
Step 10: Click on ‘Schedule’.
Step 11: Scroll down and click on the name of your backup project.
You will move to the restore dashboard and will be able to determine by marking whether the folder is in progress, deleted, or damaged.
To get started, we invite you to watch a quick demo of the new features and see how they can benefit you: Watch Demo.