Creating Google Cloud Instances
While creating a new virtual client, a default instance is created automatically.
You can create additional instances to manage different Google Cloud service accounts.
- From the CommCell Browser, expand Client Computers > client.
- Right-click Cloud Apps, point to All Tasks, and then click Create New Instance.
The New Google Cloud Storage Instance dialog box appears.
- On the General tab, provide the following details:
- In the Instance Name box, type a name for the instance.
- In the Access Node box, select the proxy client computer where the Cloud Apps package is installed.
- In the Storage Policy box, select a storage policy for the backup and restore operations.
- In the Number of Data Backup Streams box, type the number of data streams to use for backups. The maximum value is 99.
Note: The number of streams must not exceed the maximum number configured in the subclient storage policy. The CommServe host allocates streams depending on the availability of resources.
- On the Connection Details tab, provide the following details:
- In the Host URL box, type the Google Cloud service account URL (storage.googleapis.com).
- In the Access Key box, type the access key of your Google Cloud service account.
- In the Secret Key box, type the secret key of your Google Cloud service account.
- Click OK.
The Commvault software creates a Google Cloud instance by using the specified credentials, and a default subclient.
Last modified: 8/13/2019 9:04:16 AM