The schedules allow you to invoke specific policies periodically. This allows you to back up multiple Cloud instances automatically.

Now enter the properties:

  • Schedule Active - enable or disable executing schedule

  • Name - schedule name

  • Execution Type - choose the time or interval mode

  • Start Window - defines for how long since the task start time scheduled tasks are allowed to be executed

  • Choose time of day - for the time execution mode, this defines when the task should be added to the queue

  • Choose time of interval start - for the interval execution mode, this defines when tasks should start

  • Choose time of interval end - for the interval execution mode, this defines when tasks should end

  • Frequency - defines how often the task will be executed during the interval

  • Choose days - the last required parameter, select the days of the week on which the task will be performed

You can also use optional parameters to further personalize the backup time or select a cloud policy if it has been previously created.

When you set the time with a user in a certain time zone, you specify a point in time at which you want the schedule to start. Changing the timezone doesn't change this point in time, it's converted to your timezone. The time displayed to the user is calculated based on the server time.

Note: You can also perform the same action thanks to the CLI interface: CLI Reference

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