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Assets Page Overview

An Asset is a resource that is eligible for backup.

The Elastio Tenant Assets page possesses a left-side menu, which breaks the assets down into Instances, Volumes and others. It allows you to switch between the assets rapidly.

Figure 1: The Assets menu

Figure 1: The Assets menu

The Elastio Tenant Assets page provides a table of Assets that carries EC2 instances, EBS volumes and Local Machines. The Assets table displays Resource ID, tags related to the Asset, Asset Type, Account ID, Regions where Cloud Connector has been deployed, the Date of the last Backup and a policy Name.

Figure 2: The Assets table

Figure 2: The Assets table

The Resource ID column displays Asset IDs that link to the recovery points of this Asset. It also has an indication of the Integrity Check results on the recovery points belonging to the said Asset in the form of circles of different colors before the ID. The green circle stands for “healthy” iscan status, whereas the red circle means that the recovery point has “quarantined” iscan status. Additionally, you can see if the AWS EC2 instance is running or otherwise in brackets after the Asset ID.

The Asset Tags column lists all AWS tags of an AWS EC2 or an AWS EBS.

The date of the last backup displays the date when the last backup was performed. If the date is not shown, the asset hasn’t been backed up yet.

The Policy column indicates if the Asset was added to a custom Policy or not.

To select an asset of a specific type, you can filter your assets by Account ID, Asset Kinds, Instance IDs, Instance Types, Regions, Volume Types, VPC IDs, Volume IDs, Asset Tags, Cloud Connector Statuses, Protection, Policies State, Vaults, Iscan Status and Policies.

Figure 3: Filtering Assets by Account ID

Figure 3: Filtering Assets by Account ID

Additionally, you can apply multiple filters to select assets of different types.

Figure 4: Applying multiple filters

Figure 4: Applying multiple filters

Clicking on the asset will show all the recovery points of the asset.

Figure 3: Assets - RP list

Figure 3: Assets - RP list

Two options provided in the right-side menu allow you either to mount or to restore a recovery point of the asset.

Figure 4: Assets-RPs-mount-restore

Figure 4: Assets-RPs-mount-restore