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Which steps should be taken in the AWS Management Console to meet the disaster recovery requirements?

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A company is hosting critical business data in an Amazon Redshift cluster. Due to the sensitive nature of the data, the cluster is encrypted at rest using AWS KMS. As a part of disaster recovery requirements, the company needs to copy the Amazon Redshift snapshots to another Region.

Which steps should be taken in the AWS Management Console to meet the disaster recovery requirements?

  • A . Create a new KMS customer master key in the source Region. Switch to the destination Region, enable Amazon Redshift cross-Region snapshots, and use the KMS key of the source Region.
  • B . Create a new IAM role with access to the KMS key. Enable Amazon Redshift cross-Region replication using the new IAM role, and use the KMS key of the source Region.
  • C . Enable Amazon Redshift cross-Region snapshots in the source Region, and create a snapshot copy grant and use a KMS key in the destination Region.
  • D . Create a new KMS customer master key in the destination Region and create a new IAM role with access to the new KMS key. Enable Amazon Redshift cross-Region replication in the source Region and use the KMS key of the destination Region.

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Suggested Answer: C

Explanation:

If you want to enable cross-Region snapshot copy for an AWS KMSCencrypted cluster, you must configure a snapshot copy grant for a root key in the destination AWS Region Source-Region : configure a cross-Region snapshot for an AWS KMSCencrypted cluster In Destination AWS Region : choose the AWS Region to which to copy snapshots. https://docs.aws.amazon.com/redshift/latest/mgmt/managing-snapshots-console.html#xregioncopy-kms-encrypted-snapshot

   
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