How to backup G Suite data to Wasabi cloud storage?


Wasabi is an AWS S3 compatible cloud storage service with much more affordable pricing. If you are looking for a cost-saving cloud storage to backup your G Suite, Wasabi is a good option.

As an S3 compatible cloud storage, Wasabi’s UI is similar to Amazon AWS S3. First create a bucket and an Access key:

Create a Wasabi bucket

  1. Log into Wasabi console.

  2. Create a bucket On the Overview page, click CREATE BUCKET. In the dialog pop-up, enter a bucket name and select a region for the bucket, then click the CREATE BUCKET button.

  3. Create an Access key On the Access Keys page, click +CREATE NEW ACCESS KEY. Once the access key is successfully created, a dialog will pop up, showing the created key and its Secret key.

Tip: Please keep the access key dialog open, or copy keys to clipboard. The Access key and its Secret key will be needed later in CubeBackup’s configuration.

Setup CubeBackup with a Wasabi cloud storage

After creating the bucket and the Access key, go back to CubeBackup setup wizard:

  1. Select “Amazon S3 compatible storage” for the Storage type.
  2. Select a local directory for the Data index path. Data index acts as cache for backup data, and a local SSD is strongly recommended for storing data index. For more information about the data index, please visit this document
  3. In the Endpoint field, enter the appropriate request URL for your bucket:

    • If the bucket was created in the us-east-1 region, use: s3.wasabisys.com
    • If the bucket was created in the us-east-2 region, use: s3.us-east-2.wasabisys.com
    • If the bucket was created in the us-west-1 region, use: s3.us-west-1.wasabisys.com
    • If the bucket was created in the eu-central-1 region, use: s3.eu-central-1.wasabisys.com
  4. Enter the name of the bucket you just created in the Bucket field.

  5. Copy the Access key created in the Wasabi Console and paste it in the Access key ID textbox, theb copy the Secret key value and paste it into the Secret access key textbox.

  6. If you want your backups to be encrypted, make sure the Encrypt backups option is checked.

  7. Click Next.

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Go through the rest of CubeBackup configuration

You can continue to complete CubeBackup’s configuration by following the configuration guide.