Restoring Machines

You can restore physical or virtual machines from backups to Amazon EC2. The restored machine appears in the Amazon EC2 console, and you can use it as a regular EC2 instance.

Restoring Machines Note:

If you installed Plug-in for Veeam Backup for AWS, and the Veeam Backup for AWS appliance is present in the Veeam Backup & Replication infrastructure, the steps of the restore wizard differ from the steps described in this guide. For more information, see the Restoring to Amazon section in the Plug-in for Veeam Backup for AWS Guide.

Before you restore a machine to Amazon EC2, check prerequisites. Then use the Restore to Amazon EC2 wizard to restore the machine.

  1. Launch the Restore to Amazon EC2 wizard
  2. Specify credentials and region settings
  3. Select a machine and restore point
  4. Specify an instance name
  5. Specify an instance type
  6. Select an Amazon VPC
  7. Specify secure restore settings
  8. Specify a proxy appliance
  9. Specify a restore reason
  10. Start the restore process
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