Backup to AWS S3: several customers/users: do I need bucket rules?
My goal/question is about Backup different customers/users to an aws s3 using MSP360 (CloudBerry) Backup
Some customers have 1 user
Some customers have several users (several buckets)
Some users have several devices (several buckets)
Each device is backed up to its own bucket
The backup soft needs to be able to browse the complete bucket list
I do not want 1 customer's user to be able to see buckets names from other customers (even if it's just the name)
I can create a bucket policy but it would be easier to create policies on an object that contains the different buckets of a company or of a user.
What kind of object/container can contain buckets and get policies?
At least I would have a part of policies on users/groups of users and a part of policies on buckets (or bucket containers)
If you see a better/other way do not hesitate to share...
, have you considered Managed Backup?
There you can have different names for your customers' destinations.
How many machines do you back up currently?
OK, the context: Managed Backup is too expensive for the beginner I am (me).
I would like to begin with a backup offer less expensive. When I will have a few backup customers I will go to Managed Backup pricing negociation.
By now I have no machine to backup. I'm doing a POC
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