Cloud architectures require services, such as data protection, to be designed from the ground up to meet the unique demands of the cloud environment. Nowhere is this prerequisite more evident than with Amazon Native Services.
Amazon provides a limited set of data protection primitives based on a core set of snapshot capabilities. Snapshot managers often tax the use of snapshots beyond what they were designed for. The result is hidden surprises of unwanted complexity and unexpected costs.
Read this paper to discover: