See the NetBackup Commands Reference Guide. The NetBackup media server that you select during the configuration process must conform to the requirements for cloud storage. See “About the NetBackup media servers for cloud storage” on page 122. To configure a cloud storage server by using the wizard 1 In the NetBackup Administration Console connected to the NetBackup master server, select either NetBackup Management or Media and Device Management . 2 In the right pane, click Configure Cloud Storage Servers . 125 Configuring cloud storage in NetBackup Configuring a storage server for cloud storage
3 Click Next on the welcome panel. The Select cloud provider panel appears. The following is an example of the panel: 4 On the Select cloud provider panel, perform one of the following: ■ Select the cloud provider from the Cloud storage providers list of cloud providers. ■ Sort the list of cloud providers by selecting the cloud storage API type from the Storage API type drop-down list and then selecting the cloud provider. ■ In the Cloud storage providers search box, type the cloud provider name that you want to select. A cloud provider may support multiple cloud storage API types. Select an appropriate provider. 5 Click Next . A wizard panel for the selected cloud provider appears. Configuring cloud storage in NetBackup Configuring a storage server for cloud storage 126
6 Select the preferred storage class and click Next . Note: This option is available only for Amazon and Amazon GovCloud cloud providers. See “About Amazon S3 storage classes” on page 34. 7 Specify the following settings on the Specify object size, compression, and encryption settings panel. Note: NetBackup media servers that are older than the 7.7.3 version do not support data compression. Therefore, if you have selected an older media server, the compression option does not appear on the panel. Note: NetBackup 8.2 or earlier media servers do not support data encryption for keys that an external KMS manages. If you configure encryption on such media servers, the Encryption option shows NetBackup KMS configuration settings. Caution: If you use NetBackup commands to add a NetBackup 7.7.3 or earlier media server to a cloud storage environment that uses compression, cloud backups may fail. Ensure that all media servers that you add to a cloud storage configuration with the compression are NetBackup 7.7.3 or later. ■ To specify a custom object size, enter a value in the Object Size field. If you do not update the value, the default object size is used. Note: The object size must be less than or equal to the read or write buffer size. See “About object size for cloud storage” on page 120. ■ To compress your backup data, select Compress data before writing to cloud storage . See “About data compression for cloud backups” on page 115. ■ To encrypt the data that would go on cloud storage , select Encrypt data using AES-256 before writing to cloud storage .
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