Portworx Backup lets you add the following on premises or cloud-based NFS shares as backup locations:
- On-premises NFS backup location
- Generic on premises NFS share
- FlashArray (FA)
- FlashBlade (FB)
- Cloud-based NFS backup location
- EFS volumes
- GCP NFS Filestore
- Azure NFS file share
(Optional, applicable for Portworx Backup with Portworx Enterprise) Ensure that you are on Portworx 2.13.6 and above or 3.0.0 and above version.
Ensure that Stork version 23.6.0 and above is installed on all application clusters.
Follow these topics to learn more on configuring and adding these backup locations:
📄️ Add generic on premises NFS backup location
Portworx Backup now allows you to add your Network File System (NFS) shares on your on premises storage environment as a backup target. This feature enables you to leverage your existing NFS storage infrastructure to back up and restore your application data. Portworx Backup supports NFS backup location based on NFSv4.
📄️ Add cloud-based NFS backup locations
Portworx Backup allows you to add your cloud-based NFS targets as backup location. Refer the below topics to add EFS, GCP, and Azure cloud-based NFS targets as backup locations in your Portworx Backup.
📄️ Add FlashArray NFS backup location
Portworx Backup lets you add NFS shares created with FlashArray (FA) user interface as backup location. FA File is a service activated on a FlashArray, offering the capability to establish an NFS filesystem on the array utilizing backend block storage.
📄️ Add FlashBlade NFS backup location
Portworx Backup allows you to add NFS File systems created with FlashBlade (FB) web console as backup location. FB file system is a service activated on FlashBlade, offering the capability to establish an NFS file system using the backend block storage.