Backup and restore

Backup and Recovery

AWS storage solutions are designed to deliver secured, scalable, and durable storage. This eliminates the need for an on-premises infrastructure for businesses looking to achieve efficiency and scalability within their backup and recovery environments.


Cloud storage for your backup needs

Cloud storage for your backup needs

AWS’s broad range of storage solutions for backup and recovery are designed for many of today’s most common workloads. This flexibility allows you to focus on your business’s needs while eliminating the challenges around figuring out what storage systems to purchase.

No overprovisioning needed

No overprovisioning needed

AWS storage solutions allow you to pay for only what you need. AWS doesn’t require capacity planning, purchasing capacity in advance, or any large up-front payments. You get the benefits of AWS storage solutions without the hassle of setting up and maintaining an on-premises system.

You control where your data is

You control where your data is

AWS storage solutions allow you to choose in which region your data resides to minimize latency, reduce costs, and address regulatory requirements. With 11 regions worldwide, you have the flexibility to locate your data where your business needs it.

Your data secured

Your data secured

AWS security certifications, such as SOC1, can help you to remain compliant with your business requirements. AWS storage options offer AES 256 bit encryption, which enables encryption of your data at rest, to help ensure there is no unauthorized access to your data.

Effortless data replication

Effortless data replication

WS storage solutions are designed to deliver robust data protection so you never have to worry if your data will be available. Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier automatically replicate data across multiple data centers and are designed to deliver 99.999999999% data durability.

Data transfer at just the right speed

Data transfer at just the right speed

AWS supports several methods for loading and retrieving data, including: transfer over the public Internet; a direct network connection with AWS Direct Connect; and the AWS Import/Export service where AWS will import data into S3 from physical drives. In addition, the AWS Storage Gateway helps you backup your data to AWS with a virtual device that shows up on your network.