[AWS] Abort recovery option

[AWS] Abort recovery option

Appranix has introduced an abort option in the recovery feature.

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With this new feature, an in-progress recovery can be aborted when needed. This will be very helpful in case the customer needs to abort the recovery to trigger a new one for various reasons.

You can trigger the abort option by clicking the three dots in the recovery page. Once triggered, this will abort the initiated recovery and will delete all the recovered resources.


The abort option will be available only when the recovery is triggered and in progress.

Follow the below images to do a recovery abort.



















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