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Creating Amazon S3 and Amazon SQS Endpoints

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Overview

This article describes how to create Amazon S3 and Amazon SQS endpoints in the AWS Management Console.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the Phoenix Management Console. 
  2. From the drop-down next to All Organizations, select the Organization in which you’ve configured VMs for disaster recovery.
  3. On the menu bar at the top, click Disaster Recovery.
  4. Click the DR plan for whose VMs you need to create endpoints.
  5. The Network Mappings page in the DR plan shows you the subnet and VPC configured for failovers.Make a note of the subnet and VPC.
  6. Log in to the AWS Management Console.
  7. In the AWS Management Console search for and go to the VPC service.
  8. In the left navigation pane, click under Virtual Private Cloud, click Endpoints. Perform the steps under Create an SQS endpoint and Create an S3 endpoint to create SQS and S3 endpoints respectively.

Create an SQS endpoint

  1. On the Endpoints page of the AWS Management Console, click Create Endpoint.

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  2. Perform the following tasks:
     
    Field Task
    Service Category Ensure that the AWS services option is selected.
    Service Name
    Select a service
    Search for the SQS service and select the SQS service from the search results.
    VPC* Select the VPC from the drop down list. This is the VPC that is selected in the Network Mappings page of your DR Plan.
    Subnets Select the subnets that correspond to the availability zone for the subnets configured in the Network Mappings page of your DR Plan.
    Enable DNS name Ensure that the Enable for this endpoint option is selected.
    Security group

    Select a security group that allows the HTTPs protocol for the VPC CIDR in the Inbound Rules and Outbound Rules.

    You can also create a new security group that allows HTTPs (Inbound and Outbound Rules) for the VPC CIDR.

    Policy Ensure that Full Access is selected.
  3. Click Create endpoint.

Create an S3 endpoint

  1. On the Endpoints page of the AWS Management Console, click Create Endpoint.

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  2. Perform the following tasks:
     
    Field Task
    Service Category Ensure that the AWS services option is selected.
    Service Name
    Select a service
    Search for the S3 service and select the S3 service that corresponds to the type Gateway.
    VPC* Select the VPC from the drop down list. This is the VPC that is selected in the Network Mappings page of your DR Plan.
    Configure route tables Select route tables associated with the subnet that was selected in the Network Mappings page of your DR Plan.
    Policy Ensure that Full Access is selected.
  3. Click Create endpoint.

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