To back up your RunCloud applications to Google Drive, you’ll need to follow these steps:

  1. Go to your RunCloud dashboard and navigate to Settings > Integration > Google Drive.
  1. On the next screen, provide a name for this storage option. This name will help you identify this storage type when you create backups.
  1. Click on Link Google Account. This will take you to a new tab where you will be asked to sign in to your Google account. Choose the account that you want to use for the backup storage and click on Next.
  1. On the next screen, you will see a request from RunCloud to access your Google Drive. This is necessary for RunCloud to store and manage your backups on Google Drive. Click on Allow to grant the requested permissions.
  2. You will then be redirected back to the RunCloud integration page. Click on Save Integration to complete the process. You will see a confirmation message that your Google Drive storage type has been created successfully.

You have successfully connected your RunCloud server to your Google Drive. You can now use this storage type to back up your web applications to Google Drive.

Note: RunCloud Pro plan comes with 10 GB and the Business plan comes with 30 GB of backup storage which can be used to store data from your web applications on RunCloud’s servers.

If you use Google Drive as your backup storage, you should be aware that Google may bill you for your usage. Google Drive comes with a few gigabytes of storage that is shared across your email attachments, web documents, etc. If you exceed that limit, you will not be able to receive email and will need to pay for extra storage.

Please read the terms and conditions of Google Drive carefully before using their services.