Join Ryan Spence for an in-depth discussion in this video AWS for backup: lifecycle and replication, part of Planning an AWS Solution.
- [Instructor] Let's look at the properties we need to set…for workflows and restoration.…If I go back to my backup and recovery bucket,…up in Properties, I'm going to see that versioning is enabled,…permissions are set,…and, under Management, I'm going to find…Lifecycle and Replication.…Lifecycle allows me to set rules…against the lifetime of a document…and Replication is just as it sounds,…allowing me to target a place…where that file is duplicated.…
Let's set a lifecycle rule.…This rule name is going to be Double Trouble.…I'm not going to put any prefixes or tags on this,…because my data set is too small.…If you have a large data set,…this will help you filter through it.…I'll select Next.…I'm going to select let's configure this transition…for the current version, not for the previous versions.…And Next.…Expiration for the current version, not previous versions.…
I want it to expire after two days,…because this is an example.…Because the cleanup is just not ever…going to happen on a current version,…that option's grayed out.…
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