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Confidence in                                         the CloudConfidence in the CloudSymantec & AWSTony Davids, Regional ...
Cloud Confidence      Cloud Success Drivers      Cloud Backup, Archive & Recovery      Symantec & Cloud Storage      Backu...
Successful Cloud Adoption Models                  Consume                  Build                          Extend into     ...
Cloud Perspectives                   Consume                Build               Extend into                Cloud Services ...
Cloud Confidence      Cloud Success Drivers      Cloud Backup, Archive & Recovery      Symantec & Cloud Storage      Backu...
Cloud Backup Growth is Significant                                                                                        ...
The Cloud Scales for the Enterprise                                          Amazon S3 Growth                             ...
Challenges of On Premise Data Protection                                         Infrastruct                              ...
When is Cloud the Right Answer for Backup?Connection                           Cost           Throughput       Daily MaxDS...
What & When Does Enterprise Data Moving to Cloud?        Data Moving to Cloud         Catalyst Events   • Data from remote...
Cloud Confidence      Cloud Success Drivers      Cloud Backup, Archive & Recovery      Symantec & Cloud Storage      Backu...
Data Protection and Archiving Cloud Vision                                                S3                            Ap...
Cloud Confidence      Cloud Success Drivers      Cloud Backup, Archive & Recovery      Symantec & Cloud Storage      Backu...
Cloud Backup Success Factors           Integrated     • Cloud, appliance, software                          • No forklift ...
Symantec Integrated Approach1                             • Enablement of storage                                         ...
Seamless Cloud Storage Configuration WizardConfidence in the Cloud                       16
Easily Connect Backups to S3Only requires username and password from AWS to configure storage target from NetBackup Admini...
Integration of Key Management System Configuration    Streamline KMS Server configuration within Cloud Config Wizard      ...
Performance: Cloud Throttling Plug-in• Throttling controls the data transfer rate allocated to cloud• Allocated bandwidth ...
Performance: Support for AcceleratorConfidence in the Cloud                20
Control: Cloud Metering Plug-in                                  • Monitor the                                    amount o...
Control: Specific Cloud ReportsConfidence in the Cloud           22
Performance: Deduplication to Cloud StorageClient sends regularbackup stream to a Backup         5XXXnew 5xxx, dedup’d    ...
Summary  • Cloud storage is becoming a viable alternative for enterprises  • Cloud storage success requires:      – Integr...
Thank you!    Tony Davids    tony_davids@symantec.com    (978) 760-3395    Copyright © 2012 Symantec Corporation. All righ...
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AWS Partner Presentation-Symantec-AWS Cloud Storage for the Enterprise 2012

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  • Hi everyone. Thank you for coming. Thank you to Amazon Web Services for inviting Symantec to speak to you today at “Amazon Web Services Cloud Storage for the Enterprise.”l will be talking about cloud computing, what Symantec has learned, what we are doing and how we are working with Amazon Web Services. Today we’re going to be speaking about the decisions you will need to make to realize the full potential of cloud computing. - Speaker intro/bio- Today, we will identify three common cloud adoption models, and drive into what makes them successful. - Now, let’s get started.
  • Cloud Success Drivers Model (build/consume/extend)Training/skills, Expectations, security etc slideCloud Backup, Archive & Recovery Market numbers/size is bigWhy/why now?What is moving to the cloudSymantec & Cloud StorageBackup, archiving, recoveryBackup with AWSKey success factorsNBU specifics
  • When someone in IT says they have a ‘cloud project’, they typically mean they are implementing one of three models. The first successful pattern or model of adoption of cloud is when a company ‘consumes’ or uses a cloud service directly from the cloud. Some people call this a form of outsourcing, and the value to IT is to remove much of the complexity if building and managing the service themselves. SaaS is a typical example of ‘consuming’ or using a cloud service.The second successful cloud model we have observed with our customers is the situation where a company wants to deliver a flexible set of services, but prefers the control & visibility of building it themselves. Common scenario in the build model is to build a private cloud, but many of the same requirements exist when a company wants to build a public cloud. Some think of this simply as the ongoing progression of datacenter transformation.The third successful pattern of adoption is to ‘extend’ existing IT to interact and leverage third party cloud services. Companies have huge investments in existing infrastructure and they want to bring cloud into the fold; to effectively engage external cloud services. In this model, a company might use an approved cloud service, such as Salesforce.com, and want that cloud service to be included in their enterprise GRC policies. Another example might be securing the use of a third party cloud file share, such as Dropbox.- So when a company says they have a cloud project, we find they really mean they are doing one of these three things. It is critical to understand which, since the path to success differs with each type of project.
  • Cloud Success Drivers Model (build/consume/extend)Training/skills, Expectations, security etc slideCloud Backup, Archive & Recovery Market numbers/size is bigWhy/why now?What is moving to the cloudSymantec & Cloud StorageBackup, archiving, recoveryBackup with AWSKey success factorsNBU specifics
  • A key reason a channel partner should consider offering Backup Exec.cloud to their customers is the market opportunity. According to leading analysts (Enterprise Strategy Group and IDC), online backup will grow at a substantial pace. Partners could take advantage of this growth market with the brand they already trust, Symantec.
  • Infrastructure capital expensesOngoing operational expenses (staff, environmental, media costs, media transport, media storage off site)Effectively protecting “edge” dataIssues with creating/moving/storing off-site copies for DR and/or long-term retentionKeeping pace with technology upgrades and change eventsMeeting compliance requirements and SLAs
  • Speaker Notes: The slide progresses from Data Size -> Bandwidth -> Budget -> SLAs. Speak to each point from the notes below. The slide ends with the connection chart to illustrate the talking points.Data Size: On average, how much backup data resides on a server? Bandwidth: On average, how much bandwidth is a business willing to dedicate to backup?A full T1 a company can backup 15GB per 24 hour period. With a Cable or DSL they might be able to do 2-5GB per 24 hour period.SLAs: How long is a company willing to wait for backups to complete, and what are the RTOs?Budget: How much is a company willing to pay, per GB, based on the answers above?ExampleIf a company has one server with 50GB and a T1 line, they can do his first full backup in only three and half days (if he saturates his network).If a company has three servers with 100GB each and a xDSL or cable line, then it will probably take more than 60 days to do their first backup. We can figure from there if these acceptable backup & restore times per segment, and how much they would pay for this level of service.
  • They will use public cloud as a burst option to give them that elastic capacity.The private clouds will give them that local cache/gateway that provides better RTO for restoresSmall businessesRemote offices/branch offices (ROBOs)EndpointsCatalyst eventsServer & desktop virtualization deploymentsWindows 7 upgradesConsolidation initiativesTape equipment coming off leaseLeveraging current maintenance feesAre cloud backup fees <= on-premises maintenance fees for backup infrastructure
  • Cloud Success Drivers Model (build/consume/extend)Training/skills, Expectations, security etc slideCloud Backup, Archive & Recovery Market numbers/size is bigWhy/why now?What is moving to the cloudSymantec & Cloud StorageBackup, archiving, recoveryBackup with AWSKey success factorsNBU specifics
  • As the market leader in data protection and archiving we continue to innovate and look at ways to solve customer problems. As organizations look to the cloud for new ways to deliver applications to their business Symantec is looking at multiple ways to deliver our leading data protection and archiving solutions. Customers and partners have a choice of deployment models including:Traditional software running on general purpose servers Appliance form factor for both BE and NBUCloud-based solutions where no infrastructure is required at the customer premise, rather Symantec hosts the infrastructure in our cloud. This is BE.cloud. There are also partners offering managed private cloud services (leveraging BE/NBU).
  • Cloud Success Drivers Model (build/consume/extend)Training/skills, Expectations, security etc slideCloud Backup, Archive & Recovery Market numbers/size is bigWhy/why now?What is moving to the cloudSymantec & Cloud StorageBackup, archiving, recoveryBackup with AWSKey success factorsNBU specifics
  • Transcript of "AWS Partner Presentation-Symantec-AWS Cloud Storage for the Enterprise 2012"

    1. 1. Confidence in the CloudConfidence in the CloudSymantec & AWSTony Davids, Regional Product Manager
    2. 2. Cloud Confidence Cloud Success Drivers Cloud Backup, Archive & Recovery Symantec & Cloud Storage Backup with AWSConfidence in the Cloud 2
    3. 3. Successful Cloud Adoption Models Consume Build Extend into Cloud Service Cloud Services Cloud Services Transform Complexity Deliver Highly Agile, Highly Establish ConsistencyValue to Simplicity Reliable IT Services Across Environments Use or consume Create secure & resilient Confidently leverage third products and solutionsDescription public and private clouds party cloud services from the cloud Confidence in the Cloud 3
    4. 4. Cloud Perspectives Consume Build Extend into Cloud Services Cloud Services Cloud Services • Use Email • Build Private • Integrate with Archiving Data Protection Public Cloud in the Cloud and Archiving StorageScenarios Clouds Services • Use Backup • Leverage Hybrid in the Cloud • Build Public Data Clouds for Data Protection and Protection and Archiving Cloud Archiving Services Confidence in the Cloud 4
    5. 5. Cloud Confidence Cloud Success Drivers Cloud Backup, Archive & Recovery Symantec & Cloud Storage Backup with AWSConfidence in the Cloud 5
    6. 6. Cloud Backup Growth is Significant Online Backup Market Storage Growth 2010 – 2014 (IDC) 2010 – 2012 (ESG) 2500 2000 +39% 1500 1000 On-site Tape 500 Off-site 3rd Party Service 0 Provider (SaaS, Cloud) 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 -33%Source: Enterprise Strategy Group Data Protection Trends, April 2010 Source: IDC WW Storage in the Cloud 2010 - 2014Confidence in the Cloud 6
    7. 7. The Cloud Scales for the Enterprise Amazon S3 Growth Billions of Objects Stored 905 762 Peak requests: 650,000 per second 262 102 2.9 14 40 Q4 2006 Q4 2007 Q4 2008 Q4 2009 Q4 2010 Q4 2011 Q1 2012Source: AWS blog, April 5 2012http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2012/04/amazon-s3-905-billion-objects-and-650000-requestssecond.html 7Confidence in the Cloud
    8. 8. Challenges of On Premise Data Protection Infrastruct ure capital expenses Meeting compliance Ongoing requireme operational Costs and nts and expenses complexity of on SLAs premise data protection drives alternatives Keeping pace with Effectively technology protecting upgrades “edge” and change data events Off-site copies for DR and long-term retentionSource: Enterprise Strategy Group 2011 Confidence in the Cloud 8
    9. 9. When is Cloud the Right Answer for Backup?Connection Cost Throughput Daily MaxDSL $10-$50 / month 0.06 GB / hour 1.44 GBCable Modem $10-$50 / month 0.17 GB / hour 4.08 GBT1 $250-$500 / month 0.69 GB / hour 16.56 GBT3 $4k-$16k / month 19.54 GB / hour 468.9 GB Confidence in the Cloud 9
    10. 10. What & When Does Enterprise Data Moving to Cloud? Data Moving to Cloud Catalyst Events • Data from remote sites • Server & desktop • Secondary copy of virtualization backup data deployments • Data older than 30 days • Windows upgrades • Tape Risk Replacement • Consolidation initiatives • Data exceeding local • Tape equipment coming cache off lease • Data supporting BCDR planConfidence in the Cloud 10
    11. 11. Cloud Confidence Cloud Success Drivers Cloud Backup, Archive & Recovery Symantec & Cloud Storage Backup with AWSConfidence in the Cloud 11
    12. 12. Data Protection and Archiving Cloud Vision S3 Appliance Data Protection &Archiving SoftwareConfidence in the Cloud 12
    13. 13. Cloud Confidence Cloud Success Drivers Cloud Backup, Archive & Recovery Symantec & Cloud Storage Backup with AWSConfidence in the Cloud 13
    14. 14. Cloud Backup Success Factors Integrated • Cloud, appliance, software • No forklift upgrade, easy configuration, easy Seamless to learn and easy to use • Network Controlled throughput, reporting/visibility, security • Data acceleration, data Performance reduction, deduplication Cost • Licensing flexibility, ‘cloud smart’ pricingConfidence in the Cloud 14
    15. 15. Symantec Integrated Approach1 • Enablement of storage 2 in the cloud • Enablement of “other” Protecting the functionality once data cloud is stored in the cloud (private, SaaS, IaaS) Data Center Data Center Data Center Delivering Backup as a Service Customer 3 Customer Data Center CustomerConfidence in the Cloud 15
    16. 16. Seamless Cloud Storage Configuration WizardConfidence in the Cloud 16
    17. 17. Easily Connect Backups to S3Only requires username and password from AWS to configure storage target from NetBackup Administration GUIConfidence in the Cloud 17
    18. 18. Integration of Key Management System Configuration Streamline KMS Server configuration within Cloud Config Wizard 18Confidence in the Cloud
    19. 19. Performance: Cloud Throttling Plug-in• Throttling controls the data transfer rate allocated to cloud• Allocated bandwidth can be entered in % or KB/s.Confidence in the Cloud 19
    20. 20. Performance: Support for AcceleratorConfidence in the Cloud 20
    21. 21. Control: Cloud Metering Plug-in • Monitor the amount of data transferred to cloud storage provider • Presentation through OpsCenterConfidence in the Cloud 21
    22. 22. Control: Specific Cloud ReportsConfidence in the Cloud 22
    23. 23. Performance: Deduplication to Cloud StorageClient sends regularbackup stream to a Backup 5XXXnew 5xxx, dedup’d Clientand on to AWS. Nolocal cached backup. Copy 1 Pass-through5XXX sendsdeduped backup 5XXX Copy 1image to cloud Copy 2(e.g., AWS S3), afterstoring local cache 23
    24. 24. Summary • Cloud storage is becoming a viable alternative for enterprises • Cloud storage success requires: – Integrated approach – Seamless use – Controlled deployments S3 – Performance – Cost • Symantec & AWS are working together to bring cloud storage to the enterpriseConfidence in the Cloud 24
    25. 25. Thank you! Tony Davids tony_davids@symantec.com (978) 760-3395 Copyright © 2012 Symantec Corporation. All rights reserved. Symantec and the Symantec Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Symantec Corporation or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. This document is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended as advertising. All warranties relating to the information in this document, either express or implied, are disclaimed to the maximum extent allowed by law. The information in this document is subject to change without notice.Confidence in the Cloud 25

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