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How to Create Scheduled Snapshots in Google Cloud Platform

Gini Gini Follow Jan 16, 2020 · 1 min read
How to Create Scheduled Snapshots in Google Cloud Platform
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Yes, your server and data are on cloud, but to avoid the risk of unexpected data loss still you need to follow standard backup mechanisms provided by cloud providers like snapshots or replication. The best way is to take the disk snapshots – Operating System disk as well as data disks. And the best part is Scheduled Snapshots by which you don’t need to worry about regular snapshots. Here see a simple demo for scheduled snapshots in Google Cloud Platform.

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Also read : How to add Container Images to Google Container Registry (GCR)

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