What is Afi?
Reliable and seamless G Suite Backup solution based on new microservices-based architecture. It autonomosly works its way around Google & Microsoft API and network failures, rescheduling and re-attempting backups to acheive compliance with protection SLAs.
Afi is a tool in the Data Backup category of a tech stack.
Who uses Afi?
6 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Afi.
- Scheduled backups
- G Suite protection
- G Suite account management
- 256-bit Encryption
- 2FA Support
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