AWS Service Endpoints and Usage Information

Updated

AWS service endpoints are required to support backup and restore operations.

Endpoint

Usage

ebs.{region}.amazonaws.com

Used to perform data management and protection for Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes.

ec2.{region}.amazonaws.com

Used to perform data management and protection for Amazon EC2 instances. It is also used to provide Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) discovery.

ssm.{region}.amazonaws.com

Used to register Commvault access nodes created with Automatic Scaling for Amazon Access Nodes, and to provide agentless file recovery to Amazon EC2 instances.

Note: Both global and regional endpoint access is required.

sts.{region}.amazonaws.com

Used to obtain temporary credentials from the AWS Secure Token Service (STS), which are used in the data management and protection of AWS services.

kms.{region}.amazonaws.co

Used to perform secure data management and protection for Amazon services that contain data encrypted with AWS Key Management Service (AWS) encryption keys.

s3.{region}.amazonaws.com

Used to perform data management and protection for Amazon S3 data, and to store and replicate backup data to Amazon S3, S3 Glacier, and S3 Glacier DeepArchive cloud libraries.

iam.amazonaws.com

Used to secure and provide access to AWS services.

rds.{region}.amazonaws.com

Used to perform data management and protection for Amazon RDS data.

dynamodb.{region}.amazonaws.com

Used to perform data management and protection for Amazon DynamoDB data.

s3.{region}.amazonaws.com

Used to perform data management and protection for Amazon S3 object storage data.

redshift.{region}.amazonaws.com

Used to perform data management and protection for Amazon Redshift data.

rds.{region}.amazonaws.com

Used to perform data management and protection for Amazon DocumentDB data.