Review AWS’s backup and recovery options.
- [Instructor] Backup and Recovery are practices…that protect our data from loss.…Common solutions cover hardware failure,…electrical events, physical destruction,…and natural disaster.…Fortunately over time, our hard drives…and operating systems have become more robust…and Cloud storage is able to cover loss…and solutions that were too expensive…or impractical in the past.…Options from Cloud hosts means I need…to create workflows for storage,…life cycle, retention, and restoration.…
AWS builds these needs naturally…into their S3 management console.…Before we migrate all the data in our office,…let's cover the backup and recovery…for files and folders in AWS.…After logging in to the console,…let's select S3.…Here are the buckets we created earlier.…Let's create a bucket to start this backup and recovery.…I'm going to name this bucket Backup and Recovery bucket.…I'll locate it near me in Virginia.…I'm going to set a default like my example.…
And select Next.…In my default, I did not have versioning turned on.…I'm going to enable versioning for backup and recovery.…
- Comparing AWS to previous IT solutions
- Benefits of AWS
- AWS security and pricing
- Building big data on AWS
- Cloud storage and databases
- Data warehousing
- Backing up data
- AWS for mobile services
- IoT approaches
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting to Know Amazon Web Services (AWS)
2. Building Big Data on AWS
3. Backing Up Data with AWS
4. Mobile Solutions Using AWS
5. IoT Approaches with AWS
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