Veritas NetBackup™ Self Service Configuration Guide
- Configuring a Self Service solution
- Configuring a NetBackup master server
- Configuring Self Service
- Customizing Self Service
- User authentication methods
- Appendix A. NetBackup policy types
- Appendix B. Dashboard traffic light status and usage
- Appendix C. Synchronizing data from NetBackup
- Appendix D. NetBackup Self Service data caching process
- Appendix E. Integration settings
- Appendix F. REST API
- Appendix G. Glossary
Table: Glossary of terms
Any computer or volume of which the solution is aware.
A user action in Self Service that creates a temporary Policy on the master server and schedules it for immediate backup. The template policy is deleted afterwards. If a computer is already protected and residing in a scheduled policy, you can use this option to initiate an immediate backup using that policy.
A backup server represents a connection to a NetBackup master server. Backup server is the new UI terminology but Location is still used in the Rest API.
Any physical or any virtual computer that the solution is aware of.
A unique code that is used to identify the tenant in NetBackup Self Service. This code is used in policy naming in NetBackup.
Process where Self Service collects information about computer backups from NetBackup.
Integration Settings are a flexible store of named settings with values held in the Self Service Portal. All integrations settings can be accessed as an Admin user from. If they are configured with Tenant level exceptions, you can access them from .
A location represents a connection to a NetBackup master server. This connection is more commonly known as a backup server.
Any physical or any virtual machine that the solution is aware of.
NetBackup Self Service
Term that is used to describe the whole solution.
NetBackup Self Service Adapter
Second part of a Self Service system; responsible for communications with NetBackup.
NetBackup Self Service Portal
First part of a Self Service system, the solution's main website.
A sub area in the home page of the Self Service portal. Sometimes called home page widgets.
A user action in Self Service that results in a computer being scheduled for regular backups through its addition to a NetBackup Policy.
A protection level represents a level of protection which can be applied to a computer. Configuring protection levels means that the users can maintain their own scheduled backups against NetBackup Policies. This maps to template policies on each NetBackup master server.
A protection type defines all the ways you can protect a computer. This protection may be by a single protection level or by multiple protection levels, for example to cover a mix of physical and virtual computers. Scheduled protection and one-off backup require different protection levels.
Refresh NetBackup Data
Computer level manual or automated process to rebuild image data, protection data, and traffic lights.
The process that is used to update the Self Service system with information about a tenant's computer.
A user action in Self Service that creates a job to restore a file or folder in NetBackup.
A user action in Self Service that creates a job to restore a virtual machine in NetBackup.
The home page that is presented to users of the Self Service portal. Can be edited from.
Refers to the top-level organization administering the Self Service system.
Inactive NetBackup Policies on a master server the system uses to create active policies for users.
An organizational group of users. May be used as a business unit within an enterprise scenario, or a customer for a service provider. All users must be in a tenant.
An additional class of protection. It lets you restore computers and monitor their health. It assumes protection (policy management) is handled outside of NetBackup Self Service.
A user action in Self Service that results in a computer being removed from a NetBackup Policy.
vCloud Director Import
A computer source which allows automated import from vCloud Director.
An API for the portal, can be used to automate adding Tenants, users, etc. Sometimes referred to DAPI.