Thank you for your reply.
I have read about the Archive node and it is slightly different from the usual backup scenario. I am trying to find out if we can do a classic backup that moves everything out of the "grid" but allows us to recover it later altogether.
This is to cater for a Disaster scenario when, for example, an engineer has deleted all buckets or even more, destroyed a full grid storage at all. (believe me, it happens 🙂 )
The Tivoli Manager is from IBM, I don't know, are there any better "modern" 😉 solutions to solve the problem?
Perhaps, an equivalent of something like an SQL DB backup - a single .bak file that allows you to recover the whole Database. I wonder if something similar may be in the product portfolio. Or, for example, we use DELL Avamar Backup, which supposedly works with AWS S3 backup, but I am not sure if it supports the StorageGRID S3 implementation.
Something that could wrap all objects altogether and write them to another storage. And if needed recover them all.