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Elastio Tenant

Creating an Elastio Tenant will allow you to deploy Elastio and leverage its key functionalities. Each Elastio Tenant is a logically separated instance of Elastio dedicated to a specific customer. You can create a Tenant and invite Team Members to it. You can assign them roles with a stack of permissions granting or denying access to various Elastio operations. An Elastio Tenant has associated AWS accounts (sources) and a dedicated subdomain. Your Elastio Tenant can automatically deploy Elastio stack updates, communicate with the Elastio Cloud Connectors deployed in your AWS account(s), monitor the status of jobs, and alert you when something is wrong.

To create your Elastio Tenant, follow the instructions described on the Set Up Your Tenant page.

An Elastio Tenant as a UI interface provides you with a possibility to deploy Elastio stack into your AWS account. To find out more about the process of deployment, click here.

You can schedule continuous backups for your AWS EBS and AWS EC2 assets through the protection policies. An Elastio Tenant also allows you to automate the scanning of all recovery points for ransomware and malware after a backup is complete. All Elastio policies include Integrity Scan options used for checking recovery points for vulnerabilities. You will learn more about the protection of your assets here.

You can perform the first backup of your assets(s) from the Assets page of your Elastio Tenant.

The Dashboard with its widgets and tables provides the information related to the Integrity Scan results, protected assets and their number, accounts enabled with Elastio and the amount of data stored in these accounts. The Elastio Tenant Dashboard also displays Elastio policies and contains a table with storage details.

It is also possible to create and manage users and roles through your Tenant. More information about this is here.

To monitor the progress of your backup and restore operations, navigate to the Jobs page of your Elastio Tenant.