We are currently have a large amount of data we want to back up to a safe location. All of our IT infrastructure including servers and storage (Dell EMC) are located on premise. We have a gateway server that allows our servers to connect to the Internet. The data doesn't need to be accessible constantly. We only need to retrieve the data when there is a catastrophic event on premise. We are looking into AWS Glacier as our solution; however, we have couple concerns:
. Can we just use the AWS Glacier service without using any other AWS services to upload and to retrieve our data?
. Our data is currently located on an Isilon that doesn't have direct access to the outside Internet? Can we set up so that we can upload/retrieve data from the Isilon to AWS Glacier?
. The files and folders we want to back up to AWS contain very large graphic files. The files can go up to couple hundred Gibs. Will speed be an issue?