How do I use DobiMigrate with Wasabi?

 

Datadobi's DobiMigrate has been validated for use with Wasabi. For more info on how Datadobi and Wasabi work together, please visit this page.

Follow steps outlined below to move or copy data to Wasabi. Additional information about Datadobi & Wasabi can be found here.

 

Prerequisites:

  • DobiMigrate software installed 
  • An active Wasabi account.

1. Login to DobiMIgrate.

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2. Click on the "Configuration" tab and then select "Object Storage" as shown below.

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3. Click on "Add" in the bottom right corner to configure your Wasabi storage region.

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4. Select “Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage” as the object storage type and click "Next".

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5.  Provide the following and click "Next"

  • Endpoint (the appropriate region-specific Wasabi service endpoint URL)
  • Access key
  • Secret access key

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Note: This config example discusses the use of Wasabi's us-east-1 storage region. To use other Wasabi storage regions, please use the appropriate Wasabi service URL as described in this article

 

6. Provide a name for your Wasabi connection, and click "Next"

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7.  You should now see your Wasabi buckets including the list of proxies that can be used for transfers to/from Wasabi. Select all available proxies and click "Finish" to complete the configuration

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8. Navigate back to the "Dashboard" and click on "Migrations"

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9. Click on "New Migration" on the bottom right corner to configure a new S3 object migration

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10. Select the appropriate source file server, for example,  AWS S3.

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11. Select the destination bucket on Wasabi and click "Next". This should be an empty bucket.

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12. Click "Next" and "Finish" on the next 2 windows to confirm the selections and schedule the Migration job. At this point, the dashboard should show the migration job.

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13. Your source object data will now be migrated to your Wasabi bucket. 

 

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