Hi ARIS community.
Previously, we've been manually making regular backups of our ARIS databases and saving them to network storage.
If we ever needed to tinker or restore, we could use the local backups and just create or recreate a database (or import them into the test server). Soon our access to that particular network drive will be switched off. Our ARIS server is currently running from an AWS instance.

What we're considering is creating a bucket on the AWS instance to store the backups, which would have the added benefit (I think) of being able to get the server to execute a script to back the databases up overnight instead.

Is there anything we need to be wary of here, or anyone had similar experiences or different solutions?

Tags: ARIS 10 ARIS Architect cloud