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Backup

24 Times Used
22 MAY 2019
Copy EBS Snapshot to another Account Part - 1

This template takes EBS snapshots from one account and copies it into another account.

Copy EBS snapshot to another account PART-2

This template takes EBS snapshots from one account and copies it into another account .

Copy AMI to Another Account Part - 2

This template takes AMI from one account and copies into another account.

Copy AMI to another account PART-1

This template takes AMI from one account and copies into another account

Cross Region EBS Backup Part-1

This template takes EBS snapshot from one region in your aws account and copy it into another region.

Cross region EBS backup PART-2

This template takes EBS snapshot from one region in your aws account and copy it into another region.

Cross Region AMI Backup Part-1

This template takes and AMI from one region in your AWS account and copies it into another region

Cross Region AMI Backup Part-2

Takes an AMI from one region in your AWS account and copies it to another region

Take Snapshot of Non Root EBS Volumes

This template takes snapshot of non root EBS volumes. Taking Snapshot of EBS volumes is a good practice to keep backup of your machines.

Take AMI of EC2 Instances Based on Tag

This template takes AMI of EC2 instances which are filtered by specific tags. Taking AMI of EC2 instances is good practice to keep backup of your EC2 machines.

Activate DynamoDB Export Pipeline

Template to activate the data pipeline to export DynamoDB data to S3. Exporting DynamoDB data to S3 successfully safeguards your data and is one of the best AWS backup strategies.

DynamoDB to S3 Exporter

Exporting data from dynamoDB to S3 is one of the best AWS backup strategies and successfully safeguards your data. In cases of accidental deletion of data, you can restore the data from a previous export file in Amazon S3. You can even copy data from a DynamoDB table in one AWS region, store the data in Amazon S3, and then import the data from Amazon S3 to an identical DynamoDB table in a second region.