Crash-Consistent Backup

A crash-consistent backup is a disk image that stores the state of a disk exactly as it was at a single point in time.

The data in a crash-consistent backup is consistent with the data that would be available if the system crashed at that exact point and had to recover on boot.

Crash-Consistent Backup Articles

Volumes support automatic formatting and mounting, resizing, and snapshots. They have burst support for improved IOPS and bandwidth rates and are encrypted with LUKS.
Create a new Droplet from a backup or restore an Droplet to an older point in time.
Disable backups on a Droplet to stop automatic backups and delete all existing backup images for that Droplet.