Recently Google put 2 APIs in commission. While Google Analytics API, the first one of them enables developers to integrate GA profile information details, reports and the statistical data with their web and mobile applications by accessing read-only to their existing Google Analytics profiles through their client applications they developed, Google Chart API provides you to create dynamic graphical charts in PNG format and in various kinds (Bar, Line, Radar, Scatter plot, Venn diagram, Pie, Google-o-meter, Maps) by means of URLs that you’ll specially form as frequent inputs.
It is not that easy as it is thought to introduce a stable and first of all a tidy strategy to constitute a backup solution that can be easily managed and monitored for our both individual applications as well as the high scale corporate infrastructures. That’s why we still see joyless system administrators running from one server to another with USB hard disks in their hands waiting for the mass data transfers to be completed even in professional data centers and environments. I’m immensely aware that for most of the companies, the time and the energy sacrificed for this burdensome operation is preferred as a cost that have to be tolerated rather than to invest on expensive commercial backup and recovery solutions. On the other hand, when the value and the importance of the data that must be backed up are all taken into consideration, the risks are obvious that the legacy backup models which are performed manually in only specific periods entertain.