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Protecting the actual VBA appliance and DR question.

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Hi

Do we need to protect the actual VBA appliance? Maybe use Native AWS backup? Snapshots before for applying updates?

Unlike the standard VBR setup, I don't see any scheduled config database backup/export option, from the outside it doesn't look that easy to recover.

In a DR event, where all you had was the S3 bucket with all your backups, how would you to go about recovering from this?

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Re: Protecting the actual VBA appliance and DR question.

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The appliance is snapshotted every day which you can use to recover the appliance if needed. You can find more information in this KB.
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Re: Protecting the actual VBA appliance and DR question.

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The VBA appliance is automatically protected. During deployment there are cloud watch roles placed to make sure the appliance stay up and also takes a snag every 12 hours.
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