Database Backups

Last week we experienced a situation where our data become duplicated and thereby corrupt.  Hubspot had to issue a fix, however our data remains comprimised.


We need an automated backup process so in the future we are able to recover the information that was missing.

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14 Replies
New Contributor

I second this. An automatic backup tool would be immensely helpful. We have a client for whom we do regular backups of HubDB tables, and a tool that would package up the CSVs for each table within the database and then email it to us would be very valuable.

New Contributor



I would like to setup auto backup in my website. Is there any way to setup auto backup for all files and database?




Top Contributor

Agree strongly here. Any top CRM has a comprehensive backup available to companies, whether that backup is generated automatically, manually initiated by an admin, or just ready to get pulled on a monthly basis. 

New Contributor

We have just been discussing the ability to have a backup of our data just in case. Is this possible?

Occasional Contributor

I agree, there needs to be a more robust back up option.  Especially as many customers of Hubspot use multiple tools - CRM, Marketing, CMS, Service etc.  and have tons of data residing in the system on different levels.

New Contributor

Yes!  We consider this to be mission-critical data and company policy requires us to have some kind of backup and disaster recovery plan.  

New Contributor

Joining this thread. An automated back-up of all data across Hubspot would save alot of time. A manual back-up cannot be done in one go, as data is stored in so many different places and is very time consuming.

Occasional Contributor

Are there any services that would perform this for a fee?  I'm about to roll out some new properties and performing a mass update on my contacts is daunting.  It's even more daunting knowing there's no roll back feature available.  It's nice to be able to restore a deleted contact, but my concern is corrupted data, not deleted data.

New Contributor

I'm using a tool called Skyvia ( to do automatic backups.  For what I am using it for, it has been free to me thus far.  I dont' have a lot of experience with it yet ... but it does appear to be backing up my information on a regular basis. I've done a few test point restores (without issues), but I've not had need to do any kind of disaster recovery with it.  Maybe I never will ...?

Occasional Contributor

Thanks @chrisasmith.  I will look into that tool! Free is good.


Edit: I checked it out.  WOW! thanks... this is pretty awesome.