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

Examples of resource group configurations

The following table lists the examples for resource group configurations.

Table: Example configurations

Conditions

Configurations

Result

  • OS and all disks are in the same resource group.

  • Peer resource group is named correctly.

  • Peer resource is located in the same region as resource group of resource.

  • Resource Group Prefix value is provided.

  • The Protect assets even if prefixed Resource Groups are not found check box is selected.

Snapshots are created in the peer resource group.

  • OS and all disks are in separate resource groups.

  • Peer resource groups are named correctly.

  • Peer resources are located in the same region as resource groups of resources.

  • Resource Group Prefix value is provided.

  • The Protect assets even if prefixed Resource Groups are not found check box is selected.

Snapshots are created in the peer resource group.

  • OS and all disks are in the same resource group.

  • Peer resource group is created in a different region from the resource group of the resource.

  • Resource Group Prefix value is provided.

  • The Protect assets even if prefixed Resource Groups are not found check box is selected.

The snapshots are created in original resource group not the peer resource group.

  • OS and all disks are in the same resource group.

  • Peer resource group is not created.

  • Resource Group Prefix value is provided.

  • The Protect assets even if prefixed Resource Groups are not found check box is selected.

The snapshots are created in original resource group not the peer resource group.

  • OS and all disks are in separate resource groups, RG1 and RG2.

  • Peer resource groups RG1 is named correctly and located in the same region as the resources.

  • Peer resources group RG2 is not created.

  • Resource Group Prefix value is provided.

  • The Protect assets even if prefixed Resource Groups are not found check box is selected.

Snapshots are created in the peer resource group of RG1 and original resource group RG2.

  • OS and all disks are in same resource group.

  • Peer resource groups are named correctly.

  • Peer resources group is located different region than the resource group of resources.

  • Resource Group Prefix value is provided.

  • The Protect assets even if prefixed Resource Groups are not found check box is not selected.

Snapshots are not created and the job fails.

  • OS and all disks are in the same resource group.

  • Peer resource group is not created.

  • Resource Group Prefix value is provided.

  • The Protect assets even if prefixed Resource Groups are not found check box is not selected.

Snapshots are not created and the job fails.

  • OS and all disks are in separate resource groups, RG1 and RG2.

  • Peer resource groups of RG1 and RG2 that is, snapRG1 and snapRG2 are in different regions.

  • Peer resource group snapRG1 is located in the same region as the resource group RG1.

  • The peer resource group snapRG2 is located in a different region than resource group RG2.

  • Resource Group Prefix value is provided.

  • The Protect assets even if prefixed Resource Groups are not found check box is not selected.

Snapshots are not created and the job fails.