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  1. The SysInfo iCloud Email Backup Tool is a proficient and prominent utility to back up iCloud emails into Local drives, PCs, and computers. It allows users to migrate iCloud mailbox emails to 15+ email clients like Gmail, Office 365, AOL, Thunderbird, etc. The software helps users to take complete iCloud account email backups into PST, PDF, CSV, MBOX, and other file formats. Some other features are mentioned below: Seamlessly Download and Save iCloud emails into a Local drive without any data loss. Backup iCloud emails into PST, MSG, CSV, HTML, EML, MHTML, EMLX, and other file formats. Users can transfer iCloud data to Gmail and other email clients Feature to free up the storage space of the iCloud Mail account.
  2. SysInfo Thunderbird Email Backup Tool is a reliable utility for users to back up Thunderbird mailbox items into the hard drive or locally on the system. The software can save or export mailbox data such as emails, sent items, drafts, and attachments into different file formats & Email clients. It includes multiple features like previewing the files, saving in the same folder, removing duplicate items, and many more. Moreover, the Thunderbird backup tool can easily download or migrate Thunderbird items into PST, EML, AOL, Gmail, Yahoo mail, Office 365, and other file formats or email clients.
  3. If you are in search of software that can easily back up your data from OneDrive to another, EasyTechTools OneDrive Backup Software will be considered the best choice. This is because it is one of the best software for Microsoft users when they are looking for simple and easy-to-access software to back up data from OneDrive to another. It also backs up OneDrive data to Gmail and the Local Drive of your computer. You will just have to log in through OneDrive into the Software and choose either G Drive, Local Drive, or another OneDrive to backup the whole OneDrive Data. It has more features too:- Migrate Data from OneDrive for Business and OneDrive for Personal to another Business or Personal OneDrive. Equipped with the Date Range Filter option to select data from a specified date to a specified date. Create a Backup of OneDrive to Another OneDrive, Google Drive, and Local/Hard Drive.
  4. Backup is defined as the process of creating copies of data and storing them in separate locations or mediums, while restore is defined as the process of retrieving the backed-up data and returning it to its original location or system or to a new one. In other words, backup is akin to data preservation, and restore is in essence data retrieval. View the full article
  5. Today, AWS Backup announces support for AWS CloudFormation resource exclusion, allowing you to exclude resources from your application backups. AWS Backup is a fully managed service that centralizes and automates data protection across AWS services and hybrid workloads. Now, when assigning resources to backup plans, you can exclude specific resources within your CloudFormation stacks, optimizing cost on non-critical resources. View the full article
  6. This post is part of our Week in Review series. Check back each week for a quick roundup of interesting news and announcements from AWS! A new week starts, and Spring is almost here! If you’re curious about AWS news from the previous seven days, I got you covered. Last Week’s Launches Here are the launches that got my attention last week: Amazon S3 – Last week there was AWS Pi Day 2023 celebrating 17 years of innovation since Amazon S3 was introduced on March 14, 2006. For the occasion, the team released many new capabilities: S3 Object Lambda now provides aliases that are interchangeable with bucket names and can be used with Amazon CloudFront to tailor content for end users. S3 now support datasets that are replicated across multiple AWS accounts with cross-account support for S3 Multi-Region Access Points. You can now create and configure replication rules to automatically replicate S3 objects from one AWS Outpost to another. Amazon S3 has also simplified private connectivity from on-premises networks: with private DNS for S3, on-premises applications can use AWS PrivateLink to access S3 over an interface endpoint, while requests from your in-VPC applications access S3 using gateway endpoints. We released Mountpoint for Amazon S3, a high performance open source file client. Read more in the blog. Note that Mountpoint isn’t a general-purpose networked file system, and comes with some restrictions on file operations. Amazon Linux 2023 – Our new Linux-based operating system is now generally available. Sébastien’s post is full of tips and info. Application Auto Scaling – Now can use arithmetic operations and mathematical functions to customize the metrics used with Target Tracking policies. You can use it to scale based on your own application-specific metrics. Read how it works with Amazon ECS services. AWS Data Exchange for Amazon S3 is now generally available – You can now share and find data files directly from S3 buckets, without the need to create or manage copies of the data. Amazon Neptune – Now offers a graph summary API to help understand important metadata about property graphs (PG) and resource description framework (RDF) graphs. Neptune added support for Slow Query Logs to help identify queries that need performance tuning. Amazon OpenSearch Service – The team introduced security analytics that provides new threat monitoring, detection, and alerting features. The service now supports OpenSearch version 2.5 that adds several new features such as support for Point in Time Search and improvements to observability and geospatial functionality. AWS Lake Formation and Apache Hive on Amazon EMR – Introduced fine-grained access controls that allow data administrators to define and enforce fine-grained table and column level security for customers accessing data via Apache Hive running on Amazon EMR. Amazon EC2 M1 Mac Instances – You can now update guest environments to a specific or the latest macOS version without having to tear down and recreate the existing macOS environments. AWS Chatbot – Now Integrates With Microsoft Teams to simplify the way you troubleshoot and operate your AWS resources. Amazon GuardDuty RDS Protection for Amazon Aurora – Now generally available to help profile and monitor access activity to Aurora databases in your AWS account without impacting database performance AWS Database Migration Service – Now supports validation to ensure that data is migrated accurately to S3 and can now generate an AWS Glue Data Catalog when migrating to S3. AWS Backup – You can now back up and restore virtual machines running on VMware vSphere 8 and with multiple vNICs. Amazon Kendra – There are new connectors to index documents and search for information across these new content: Confluence Server, Confluence Cloud, Microsoft SharePoint OnPrem, Microsoft SharePoint Cloud. This post shows how to use the Amazon Kendra connector for Microsoft Teams. For a full list of AWS announcements, be sure to keep an eye on the What's New at AWS page. Other AWS News A few more blog posts you might have missed: Women founders Q&A – We’re talking to six women founders and leaders about how they’re making impacts in their communities, industries, and beyond. What you missed at that 2023 IMAGINE: Nonprofit conference – Where hundreds of nonprofit leaders, technologists, and innovators gathered to learn and share how AWS can drive a positive impact for people and the planet. Monitoring load balancers using Amazon CloudWatch anomaly detection alarms – The metrics emitted by load balancers provide crucial and unique insight into service health, service performance, and end-to-end network performance. Extend geospatial queries in Amazon Athena with user-defined functions (UDFs) and AWS Lambda – Using a solution based on Uber’s Hexagonal Hierarchical Spatial Index (H3) to divide the globe into equally-sized hexagons. How cities can use transport data to reduce pollution and increase safety – A guest post by Rikesh Shah, outgoing head of open innovation at Transport for London. For AWS open-source news and updates, here’s the latest newsletter curated by Ricardo to bring you the most recent updates on open-source projects, posts, events, and more. Upcoming AWS Events Here are some opportunities to meet: AWS Public Sector Day 2023 (March 21, London, UK) – An event dedicated to helping public sector organizations use technology to achieve more with less through the current challenging conditions. Women in Tech at Skills Center Arlington (March 23, VA, USA) – Let’s celebrate the history and legacy of women in tech. The AWS Summits season is warming up! You can sign up here to know when registration opens in your area. That’s all from me for this week. Come back next Monday for another Week in Review! — Danilo View the full article
  7. Starting today, you can use easily restore a new Amazon RDS for MySQL database instance from a backup of your existing MySQL 8.0 database, whether it’s running on Amazon EC2 or outside of AWS. This is done by using Percona XtraBackup to create a backup of your existing MySQL database, uploading the resulting files to an Amazon S3 bucket, and then creating a new Amazon RDS DB instance through the RDS Console or AWS Command Line Interface (CLI). View the full article
  8. Starting today Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) for Oracle supports Amazon RDS Cross-Region Automated Backups. This feature extends the existing RDS backup functionality, giving you the ability to setup automatic replication of system snapshots and transaction logs from a primary AWS Region to a secondary AWS Region. View the full article
  9. AWS CloudHSM automatically takes a backup of your HSM cluster once a day and whenever an HSM is added to or removed from your cluster. Until today, however, customers were responsible for deleting old backups. Deleting out of date backups is important to prevent inactive users and expired login credentials from being used to access sensitive data on the HSM. View the full article
  10. You now can restore Amazon DynamoDB tables even faster when recovering from data loss or corruption. The increased efficiency of restores and their ability to better accommodate workloads with imbalanced write patterns reduce table restore times across base tables of all sizes and data distributions. To accelerate the speed of restores for tables with secondary indexes, you can exclude some or all secondary indexes from being created with the restored tables. View the full article
  11. AWS Backup now supports cross-account backup, enabling AWS customers to securely copy backups across accounts within their AWS Organizations. View the full article
  12. You can now take automatic backups of your Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) file systems with AWS Backup in AWS Europe (Milan) and AWS Africa (Cape Town) regions, directly using the Amazon EFS console or API. Automatic backups for Amazon EFS further simplifies backup management of your file systems by enabling you to meet your business and regulatory backup compliance requirements. View the full article
  13. AWS Backup adds support for Amazon FSx file systems, automating policy-based backup and restore capabilities for Amazon FSx as well as streamlining compliance and data protection for Amazon FSx customers. You can now create, manage, and restore Amazon FSx backups directly from the AWS Backup console for both Amazon FSx for Windows File Server and Amazon FSx for Lustre file systems. View the full article
  14. AWS Backup is now available in 2 additional Regions: Cape Town (CPT) and Milan (MXP). View the full article
  15. You can now use AWS Launch Wizard to deploy and configure AWS Backint Agent, an SAP-certified backup and restore application for SAP HANA workloads running on Amazon EC2 instances. While creating a deployment with AWS Launch Wizard, you will have the option to enable backups with Backint Agent by selecting the Amazon S3 bucket where the backups will be stored and the encryption keys to use. Additionally, you can configure backups to local volumes for ad-hoc backups if needed. View the full article
  16. In a production environment, no matter how large or small your PostgreSQL database may be, regular back is an essential aspect of database management. In this article, you will learn how to backup and The post How to Backup and Restore a PostgreSQL Database first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides. View the full article
  17. At Microsoft Ignite, we announced several new Azure Backup features that enhance the protection of your data in Azure. Azure Backup is Azure’s native backup solution that provides data protection capabilities for diverse and mission-critical workloads in a simple, secure, and cost-effective manner. The latest capabilities that we announced this Ignite let you expand your data protection to new workload types, enhance security, and improve the availability of your backup data. Furthermore, you can now increase operational efficiencies with built-in capabilities for managing backups at scale, along with the ability to automatically onboard Azure Backup to Windows Server Virtual Machines... View the full article
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