Now that you understand Glacier as a concept, it's time to explore the process of creating Glacier storage. This storage is called a vault with archives. This video demonstrates their creation and use.
- In order to create your own Glacier vaults, … you have to go into the Glacier Management Console. … Now to use Glacier remember, … you can do it by just having an S3 bucket … setting up a life cycle telling it to move it into Glacier. … But if you want to have your own vaults … that you manage directly, … so that you can archive data that you have elsewhere, … either outside of the cloud … or within some other virtual private cloud in AWS, … in some instance in AWS, whatever it happens to be, … if you want to manually put stuff in Glacier, … you've got to go create your own vaults. … So let's take a look at how we do that. … It begins, of course with the AWS services interface, … where we see all of our services. … And then under storage, we simply choose Glacier. … Once you get into the Glacier interface, … if you've never created any vaults, … you're going to see an option to create vaults … and a lot of learning materials. … Now I really like the way they've done this in AWS … over the last three to five years. …
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- S3 terminology and features
- Creating S3 buckets
- Setting up a Glacier vault
- Creating EBS volumes
- Creating an EFS file system
- Going hands on with FSx file storage
- Monitoring storage security and performance