You can use tags to identify resources. Tags allow enterprises and individuals to categorize Elastic Computing Service (ECS) resources and simplify the search and management of resources. This topic describes how to use the tagging feature to back up files from on-premises clients.
You can create different tags for different on-premises clients. For example, if you
manage teams or projects, you can create tags based on department or project and use
these tags to categorize your instances. For example, you can create a tag named
project:a for a project. This way, you can filter on-premises clients based on the tag when
you maintain your on-premises clients.
- Each tag consists of a key-value pair.
- A tag must be unique.
For example, the
company:atag is added to a backup vault. If you add the
company:btag to the backup vault, the company:a tag is replaced with the
- Tags are not shared across regions. For example, tags that are created in the China (Hangzhou) region are invisible to the China (Shanghai) region.
|The maximum length of a key||128 characters|
|The maximum length of a value||128 characters|
|The maximum number of custom tags that you can add to a resource||20|
|The key of a tag||
|The value of a tag||A tag value cannot contain
- Log on to the HBR console.
- In the left-side navigation pane, choose .
- In the top navigation bar, select a region.
- On the On-Premises File Backup page, click New Version.
- In the Tags column, click the icon next to the name or ID of the client for which you want to create tags.
- In the dialog box that appears, click Edit.
- In the Key and Value fields, enter the key-value pair of a tag and click Save. If you want to create more than one tags, click Add a row to specify the key-value pair of a new tag.
Search for a resource by a tag
- You can search for a resource by using a key, as shown in the following example:
- You can search for a resource by using a key-value pair, as shown in the following
- You can search for a resource by using multiple key-value pairs, as shown in the following