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Category: AWS Backup

Secure data recovery with cross-account backup and Cross-Region copy using AWS Backup

There are many benefits to using more than one AWS account, including resource and operational isolation, disaster recovery (DR), security boundaries, and cost tracking. Having a multi-account strategy is critical to maintaining business continuity and achieving regulatory compliance. Protecting and securing business-critical data in the cloud can be complex, challenging, and time-consuming. Customers want a […]

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re:Invent

AWS re:Invent recap: Data protection and compliance with AWS Backup

At my session at AWS re:Invent 2020-2021, now available on-demand, I had the pleasure of exploring data protection and compliance for cloud workloads with AWS Backup. We were fortunate to have Paul O’Flynn, Principal DevOps Engineer at Workday, join us to elaborate on real-word AWS Backup use cases. In this blog post, I cover some […]

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AWS Backup provides centralized data protection across your AWS resources

Today, on AWS Storage Day 2020, we are excited to announce AWS Backup supports backups of Amazon FSx file systems and Windows workloads running on EC2, adding to the growing list of features to enhance your data protection. Amazon FSx customers may now enjoy the automation, ease-of-use, and managed compliance protection service that AWS Backup […]

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AWS Storage Virtual Workshop Series

UPDATE: This virtual workshop series was completed on October 15th, 2020. To view it on demand, visit the AWS Storage Virtual Workshop Learning Path for this series. On-premises storage can be costly and complex, with expensive hardware refresh cycles and data migrations due to system upgrades. It is also difficult to gain insights because your […]

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Online Tech Talk October 1: Data protection at scale with AWS Backup

Don’t miss our AWS Online Storage Tech Talk on October 1, where an AWS expert covers protecting your data at scale with AWS Backup. This Tech Talk is at 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PT (12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ET). In this tech talk, we cover AWS Backup, a fully managed service for centralizing […]

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Centralized cross-account management with Cross-Region copy using AWS Backup

Many organizations begin their cloud journey with a single AWS account and gradually expand their cloud presence into a multi-account environment for regulatory, compliance, security, or cost tracking purposes. Organizations often choose to deploy workloads and applications in multiple Regions on AWS Global Infrastructure for high availability, scalability, and performance. Building and operating in multi-account […]

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Managing backups at scale in your AWS Organizations using AWS Backup

Customers want the ability to have a standardized way to manage their backups at scale with AWS Backup and their AWS Organizations. AWS Backup offers a centralized, managed service to back up data across AWS services in the cloud and on premises using AWS Storage Gateway. AWS Backup serves as a single dashboard for backup, restore, […]

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Recover Amazon EFS files and folders with AWS Backup

A large majority of data is unstructured files, and a large percentage of applications are designed around file storage. Most of these applications have an architectural requirement to use a shared file system. A self-managed shared file system solution requires a lot of heavy lifting. This includes getting and provisioning compute and storage resources, networking, […]

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Online Tech Talk February 18: Create an enterprise backup and restore plan with AWS

Don’t miss our AWS online Storage Tech Talk on February 18, where we cover creating an enterprise backup and restore plan with AWS. This tech talk is at 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT (2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET). The exponential growth of data worldwide has made managing backups more difficult than ever before. […]

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Scheduling automated backups using Amazon EFS and AWS Backup

Using a shared file system is an important component for many computing infrastructures. For Linux systems, this is typically done using a network file system (NFS) and mounting it from the Linux hosts. Users can store data in their home directories and can share data with other users across the file system. Amazon Elastic File […]

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