Setting up your account
Adding your cloud accounts
Planning your migration
Migrating From IBM Classic Cloud to IBM cloud VPC
Editing Your Migration Workspace
Creating a VPC From Scratch
Using Templates to Create Your VPC
Managing and Editing your VPC
Connecting Your New and Old Environments
Supported Migration Use Cases
Setting up Migrators
Setup Migrators for Content Migration
Completing the Migration Process
Getting Started with VPC+ DRaaS
Learn More About DRaaS
About VPC+ DRaaS
Prerequisites for VPC+ DRaas
IBM Cloud Virtual Private Cloud and IKS & OpenShift Clusters
Taking a backup of your VPCs
Restore your IKS Clusters
Restoring IKS Cluster Backups
Before you begin discovering and backing up your IBM Virtual Private Cloud resources, you must have:
Permissions for IBM Cloud classic and VPC.
An IBM Cloud API key (VPC API key).
Note: Your IBM Cloud API key (VPC API key) must have “Reader, Writer” access. You can verify the level of access in IBM Cloud console by clicking Manage > Access (IAM) and selecting Authorizations.
An IBM Cloud Object Storage (COS) bucket and its Resource Instance ID (service credentials having manager role permissions). The COS bucket will be used to store your images and volumes during the migration process and its Resource Instance ID will allow VPC+ to access it.
- Learn how to set up your IBM Cloud Object Storage here. - Learn how to grant access between VPC Image Services and COS (only required for primary images and secondary volumes migration). - Learn how to create your service credentials and get your Resource Instance ID here.
Before you begin discovering and backing up your IKS and OpenShift clusters, you must have the following permissions:
Ensure that you have the following IBM Cloud IAM access policies.
Make sure that the API key for the region and resource group that you plan to create the VPC Gen 2 cluster in is set up with the correct infrastructure permissions.
Once you have completed all the prerequisites, see Creating your account on VPC+ DraaS.