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Enable Encryption In The Existing RDS Instance






Steps




  1. Create a RDS instance
  2. Copy snapshot
  3. Restore snapshot
  4. Output



Create A RDS Instance




Picture showing a RDS instance created in AWS console

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Copy Snapshot




Picture showing the Copy snapshot option to create a copy of snapshot

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Picture showing the Copy snapshot screen for creating the copy of a snapshot

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Picture showing a section to enable the encryption while creating the copy of snapshot

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Picture showing a copy of snapshot created

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Restore Snapshot




Picture showing the Restore snapshot option for restoring the snapshot

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Picture showing the Restore snapshot screen for creating an RDS instance using snapshot

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Picture showing entering the database instance name

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Picture showing the Restore DB instance button for restoring the snapshot

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Picture showing the RDS instance created using snapshot

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Output




Picture showing the encryption enabled in newly created RDS instance

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Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
 
Posted On  -  Monday, August 22, 2022

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