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Resource details page

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Overview 

This topic provides instructions for managing the AWS resources available within your AWS accounts. You can configure your AWS resources for backup and initiate a backup job for the configured AWS resources using the Compute page.

Access Path 

  1.  On the Phoenix Management Console menu bar, click Protect > AWS  Workloads. The page with a list of existing added AWS accounts appears.
  2.  From the Select Account dropdown, select the desired AWS account to view its details.
  3. Expand Resources and click Compute & Storage.
  4. In the Resource Name column, click a resource to view its details.

Screenshot 

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Field Description 

The following table lists the fields on the Resource Details tab:

Field Description
Name The name of the resource
ID Unique ID associated with the resource
Resource Type

The type of the resource; for example, EC2.

Instance Type The type of the instance; for example, t2.medium.
Region The region where the AWS resource resides.
Private IP The private IP address of the resource.
Public IP The public IP address of the resource.
Number of Snapshots The number of snapshots associated with the resource.
Number of AMIs The number of AMIs that are created for the resource.
Policy name The name of the backup policy attached to the resource.
Backup Type The type of backup job that was performed on the resource.
Backup Schedule The frequency of the backups on the resource; for example, daily.
Retention The duration of retention of the backup; for example, 1 hour.
Key The list of keys for the tags; for example, name.
Value The values associated with the keys; for example, Backup: True.
Volume Name The name of the volume associated with the resource. 
Device The directory of the device associated with the volume.
Tags The list of tags attached to the resource.

The following table lists the fields on the Backups tab.

Field Description
Name/ID The name of the AMI created for the EC2 instance. 
Type The backup type of the EC2 instance. For example, AMI. 
Region The region where the AMI is stored. 
Size The size of the AMI.
State The state of the AMI. Such as available, or not available based on whether it can be used to restore the EC2 instance. 
Created The age of the AMI based on when it was created.

Actions 

The following table lists the actions on the Resource Details tab.

Field Description
Backup Now Click the button to run a backup of the EC2 instance. Phoenix creates an AMI in the same location where the EC2 instance is running. 
Add More Click this button add another backup policy to the resource. You can only select the resource tied to the AWS account under which the EC2 instance is running. 
Remove Remove the backup policy attached to the EC2 instance.
Edit Modify the tags assigned to the EC2 instance. 

The following table lists the actions on the Backups tab.

Field Description
Restore Select an AMI and click this button to restore an EC2 instance using the selected AMI.
Delete Select an AMI and click this button to delete the selected AMI.