NetBackup™ Web UI Cloud Administrator's Guide

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Product(s): NetBackup (9.1)
  1. Introducing the NetBackup web user interface
    1.  
      About the NetBackup web UI
    2.  
      Terminology
    3.  
      Sign in to the NetBackup web UI
    4.  
      Sign out of the NetBackup web UI
  2. Monitoring NetBackup
    1.  
      The NetBackup dashboard
    2.  
      Monitoring jobs
    3.  
      Filter jobs in the job list
  3. Managing and protecting cloud assets
    1.  
      About protecting cloud assets
    2.  
      Limitations and considerations
    3. Configure CloudPoint servers in NetBackup
      1.  
        Configure a third-party CA certificate
      2.  
        Add a CloudPoint server
      3. Add a cloud provider for a CloudPoint server
        1.  
          IAM Role for AWS Configuration
      4.  
        Associate media servers with a CloudPoint server
      5.  
        Discover assets on CloudPoint server
      6.  
        Edit a CloudPoint server
      7.  
        Enable or disable a CloudPoint server
      8.  
        (Optional) Add the CloudPoint extension
    4. Managing intelligent cloud groups
      1.  
        Create an intelligent cloud group
      2.  
        Delete an intelligent cloud group
    5. Protecting cloud assets or intelligent cloud groups
      1.  
        Customize or edit protection for cloud assets or intelligent groups
      2.  
        Remove protection from cloud assets or intelligent groups
    6.  
      AWS and Azure government cloud support
    7. About protecting Microsoft Azure resources using resource groups
      1.  
        Before you begin
      2.  
        Limitations and considerations
      3. About resource group configurations and outcome
        1.  
          Examples of resource group configurations
      4.  
        Troubleshoot resource group permissions
    8.  
      Configuring backup schedule for cloud workloads
    9.  
      Backup options for cloud workloads
    10.  
      Configure snapshot replication
    11.  
      Protect applications in-cloud with application consistent snapshots
  4. Recovering cloud assets
    1.  
      Recovering cloud assets
    2.  
      Perform rollback recovery of cloud assets
  5. Performing granular restore
    1.  
      About granular restore
    2.  
      Supported environment list
    3.  
      List of supported file systems
    4.  
      Before you begin
    5.  
      Limitations and considerations
    6.  
      Restoring files and folders from cloud virtual machines
    7.  
      Restoring volumes on cloud virtual machines
    8.  
      Troubleshooting
  6. Troubleshooting protection and recovery of cloud assets
    1.  
      Troubleshoot cloud workload protection issues

Before you begin

Ensure the following points are addressed before you perform granular restore. Configured CloudPoint server and VM to be protected with granular restore enabled have the following requirements:

  • Microsoft Azure and Azure Stack Hub: Even if CloudPoint is not deployed in the same subscription and region as the connected VM, but if a backup schedule is configured as part of the protection plan, then granular restore can be performed. For snapshot-only protection plan schedule, for both Azure and Azure Stack Hub, you need to deploy the CloudPoint host in the same subscription and region as the VMs.

  • Amazon AWS: The CloudPoint host and the connected VM must be in the same account and region.

  • Google Cloud Platform: The CloudPoint host and the connected VM must be in the same project.

  • The cloud plug-in must be configured to protect the assets in the region in which the CloudPoint host is deployed.

  • The host must be in a connected state and must have required supported configuration.

  • The host must have the fsConsistent and indexable flags enabled when connected. The indexable flag is applicable for a snapshot-only protection plan schedule.

  • Protection plan must have the Enable Granular restore for files and folders check box enabled.

  • Apart from the boot disk and disk that is mounted on "/cloudpoint", no extra disk should be attached to CloudPoint instance explicitly.

  • File systems on the host must be supported. See List of supported file systems.

  • Configure port 5671 and 443 for open CloudPoint host.

  • For agentless restore, in Linux systems, configure the port 22 on the indexable virtual machines. For Windows platform, configure the ports 135, 445 and the dynamic/fixed WMI-IN port on the indexable virtual machines.

  • Ensure that you have appropriate permissions to perform a granular restore. See the Role permissions topic in the NetBackup Web UI Administrator's Guide.

  • If you want to restore volume to same the virtual machine and location, you must detach existing volume and free the slot and then try to restore.