Implement a cloud storage system from a NAS to ensure availability, redundancy, and accessibility of organizational data.
noviembre 24, 2023
febrero 5, 2024
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Identify the types of data to be stored in the cloud.
Determine the amount of required storage.
Define security and compliance requirements.
Research and select a cloud service provider that fits the organization's needs (e.g., Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform).
Ensure the NAS is configured and operational.
Configure network connectivity and assign a static IP address to the NAS.
Enable and configure file transfer protocols such as FTP, SFTP, or rsync on the NAS to facilitate data transfer to the cloud.
Configure user accounts on the NAS with the necessary credentials for accessing and transferring data to the cloud.
Create cloud storage space using the cloud service provider's control panel.
Configure redundancy and backup options based on organizational requirements.
On the NAS, configure the connection to the cloud using credentials provided by the cloud service provider.
Ensure the connection is secure and encrypted for data transfer.
Design a backup plan that includes regularly scheduled backups from the NAS to the cloud.
Verify restoration capability and conduct data recovery tests.
Implement a monitoring system to oversee the health and activity of the NAS and the cloud connection.
Configure alerts to notify of potential issues or unusual events
Document the configuration and procedures for system maintenance.
Provide training to system administrators on system management and monitoring.
Conduct connectivity, data transfer, and data recovery tests to ensure the system functions as expected.
Implement the system in production and continually monitor to identify and address any emerging issues.
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