Quick Start Guide

Following the successful launch of AWS Application Migration (MGN), we plan to start restricting the CloudEndure MigrationThe CloudEndure solution that allows you to move data, applications, and other business elements from an onsite network or a cloud environment to another physical location or cloud environment. service starting June 30, 2022. Learn more.

Getting started with CloudEndure is easy. This guide will quickly run you through the entire setup process, from registering to setting up your AccountThe entity that signed up with CloudEndure., to installing your machines and running our solutions.

Note: This guide should only be used as a point of reference for quickly getting started with CloudEndure. Ensure that you read the rest of the documentation after finishing with this guide.

Setting Up Your Account

The first step to getting started with CloudEndure is registering for our solutions. You can register for our solutions directly through our website or through the various clouds, such as though the AWS Marketplace.

Registering Migration

Registering Disaster Recovery

Signing in and Initial Configuration

Signing In

Once you are registered, you will be able to sign into the CloudEndure User ConsoleCloudEndure SaaS User Interface. A web-based UI for setting up, managing, and monitoring the Migration and Disaster Recovery solutions..

Working with Projects

Once signed in, you will need to either create a new ProjectA Project is the basic organizational unit for running a CloudEndure solution. or use an existing ProjectA Project is the basic organizational unit for running a CloudEndure solution..

Generating and Using Your Credentials

Once your ProjectA Project is the basic organizational unit for running a CloudEndure solution. is set up, you will need to generate and use your credentials for AWS.

Defining Your Replication Settings

Once your credentials have been set up, you will need to define the replication settingsIn the Console UI, a set of settings affecting the data replication process, including Replication Servers subnet and IP, data throttling, use dedicated replicator, use multiple connections, etc. for AWS.

Adding Machines

Once your solution is completely set up, you will be able to add machines by installing the CloudEndure AgentThe Agent is a software program that is installed on machines in the Source location that need to be migrated or replicated to the Target location. on them. AgentsThe Agent is a software program that is installed on machines in the Source location that need to be migrated or replicated to the Target location. can be installed on both Linux and Windows machines.

Exploring the CloudEndure User Console

Once you have added your machines, you can explore the full functionality of the CloudEndure User ConsoleCloudEndure SaaS User Interface. A web-based UI for setting up, managing, and monitoring the Migration and Disaster Recovery solutions.. Ensure that you fully understand the functionality of the Machines page, which is key to using your solution and the Setup & Info page, which contains all of your ProjectA Project is the basic organizational unit for running a CloudEndure solution. settings.

Testing and Running Disaster Recovery / Migration

Once your ProjectA Project is the basic organizational unit for running a CloudEndure solution. is set up, your machines are installed, and you know how to utilize the User ConsoleCloudEndure SaaS User Interface. A web-based UI for setting up, managing, and monitoring the Migration and Disaster Recovery solutions., you can begin to configure and run your Disaster RecoveryThe CloudEndure solution that enables the recovery or continuation of vital technology infrastructure and systems in case of a crippling event. or MigrationThe CloudEndure solution that allows you to move data, applications, and other business elements from an onsite network or a cloud environment to another physical location or cloud environment. solution. This includes launchingAfter the replication to the Staging area, launching is the process of setting up the Replication Servers, for Testing or Cutover and Recovery purposes. TargetThe location where the Replication Server will be located and where Target machines will be created (as a result of Test, Cutover or Recovery). machines for your SourceThe location of the Source machine; Currently either a specific Region or Other Infrastructure. machines and performing the Recovery (Disaster RecoveryThe CloudEndure solution that enables the recovery or continuation of vital technology infrastructure and systems in case of a crippling event.) and CutoverThe process of transitioning from one system to a replacement system. (MigrationThe CloudEndure solution that allows you to move data, applications, and other business elements from an onsite network or a cloud environment to another physical location or cloud environment.) actions.

AWS Training

Migration

In addition to reviewing this documentation, you can complete the free CloudEndure Migration Training course on AWS.

Disaster Recovery

In addition to reviewing this documentation, you can complete the free CloudEndure DR Training course on AWS.

 


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