At the Bucket step of the wizard, do the following:
- In the Data center region drop-down list, select a region.
- In the Bucket drop-down list, select a bucket.
Make sure that the bucket you want to use to store your backup data was created in advance.
- In the Folder field, select a cloud folder to which you want to map your object storage repository and which will be used to store data. For more information on how data is stored, see Understanding Object Storage Repository Structure.
To select a folder, click Browse and either select an existing folder or create a new one by clicking New Folder.
To define a soft limit for your object storage consumption that can be exceeded temporarily, select the Limit object storage consumption to check box and provide the value in TB or PB.
To prohibit deletion of blocks of data from object storage, select the Make recent backups immutable for check box and specify the immutability period. For more information about immutability, see Immutability.
If you plan to access your backup data in an infrequent manner, select the Use infrequent access storage class check box to mark each block as Standard IA (Standard Infrequent Access). To enable Amazon S3 One Zone-Infrequent Access, select the Store backups in a single availability zone only check box. For more information, see this Amazon article.