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Veeam Backup & Replication™v5<br />with vPower™<br />Aseem Anwar<br />Sales Engineer<br />
Existing tools aren’t doing the job<br /><ul><li>Traditional backup
Agent in each VM
Full VM recovery is complex
Expensive
Does not guarantee recoverability
Typical VMware backup
Backup code runs on ESX(i) hosts
Significant storage requirements
Limited recovery options
Does not guarantee recoverability</li></ul>“A major reason that organizations still hit these bumps on the backup and reco...
Veeam Backup & Replication<br />
vPower<br />
Breakthrough technology<br /><ul><li>Publishes the backup as a regular VMDK file
Compressed, deduplicated, incremental
Runs a VM directly from the backup file
Runs on regular backup storage
Does not make any changes to the backup file
Automatically manages an isolated virtual lab
Workflow engine manages requests
Proxy appliance provides access into the isolated environment</li></ul>“This is why I love Veeam. They take all the virtua...
How it works<br />Isolated virtual lab<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br />       vPower NFS<br />vSphere<br />     Veeam...
SureBackup<br />
Recovery verification<br /><ul><li>Verify the recoverability of every backup
Every virtual machine
Every restore point
Does not affect backup windows orrequire additional hardware and staff</li></ul>Check all<br />Check some<br />Checksum<br />
How it works<br />Publish<br />Start<br />Verify<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />Publish<br />Start<br />Verify<br />1<br />2<br...
SureBackup<br />
SureBackup<br />From the Veeam Community Forum: Our current backup system is bogging down due to too many small files (and...
InstantRestore<br />
Instant VM recovery<br /><ul><li>Fast: start VM directlyfrom backup file
Readily available:uses existing backupsand backup storage
Buys you time:users keep workingwhile you troubleshootthe problem</li></ul>jr_on_the_cloud: Did a VM restore using Veeam y...
How it works<br />X<br />Veeam Backup Job<br />Veeam Backup Server<br />Virtual Machine A<br />Backup file for Virtual Mac...
Storage vMotion (or Veeam Backup & Replication)<br />
U-AIR<br /><ul><li>No application-specific agents to licenseNo additional products to buyNo special backups to create
Supports ANY virtualized application
Durable—not tied to application internals
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  • Issue: The virtual environment is growing (in size and/or importance—for example, now looking at virtualizing mission-critical applications)
  • Issue: Existing tools aren’t doing the job
  • Issue: Missing opportunities that virtualization provides to improve data protection and disaster recovery
  • The solution: Veeam Backup &amp; Replication
  • Recovery verification: examples of why you need it
  • *This slide is animated*
  • User-directed item recovery from any application or database: for example, ticket tracking systems, bug tracking systems, content management systems, CRM systems, custom applications
  • U-AIR
  • IFLR
  • Searching with guest file index
  • This is the first of 3 key capabilities being developed for Hyper-V
  • This is the second of 3 key capabilities being developed for Hyper-V
  • This is the third key capability for Hyper-V
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    1. 1. Veeam Backup & Replication™v5<br />with vPower™<br />Aseem Anwar<br />Sales Engineer<br />
    2. 2.
    3. 3.
    4. 4. Existing tools aren’t doing the job<br /><ul><li>Traditional backup
    5. 5. Agent in each VM
    6. 6. Full VM recovery is complex
    7. 7. Expensive
    8. 8. Does not guarantee recoverability
    9. 9. Typical VMware backup
    10. 10. Backup code runs on ESX(i) hosts
    11. 11. Significant storage requirements
    12. 12. Limited recovery options
    13. 13. Does not guarantee recoverability</li></ul>“A major reason that organizations still hit these bumps on the backup and recovery road: They use the same products for both physical and virtual server backup, when we all know that virtualization requires a fundamentally different approach.”<br /> – SearchServerVirtualization.com<br />
    14. 14.
    15. 15. Veeam Backup & Replication<br />
    16. 16. vPower<br />
    17. 17. Breakthrough technology<br /><ul><li>Publishes the backup as a regular VMDK file
    18. 18. Compressed, deduplicated, incremental
    19. 19. Runs a VM directly from the backup file
    20. 20. Runs on regular backup storage
    21. 21. Does not make any changes to the backup file
    22. 22. Automatically manages an isolated virtual lab
    23. 23. Workflow engine manages requests
    24. 24. Proxy appliance provides access into the isolated environment</li></ul>“This is why I love Veeam. They take all the virtualization technology pieces on the table and put them together into a functioning business solution.”<br />– Brett Westover<br />IT Administrator<br />Therapeutic Research Center<br />
    25. 25. How it works<br />Isolated virtual lab<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br /> vPower NFS<br />vSphere<br /> Veeam Backup<br />VMFS datastore<br />Backup store<br /><br />
    26. 26. SureBackup<br />
    27. 27.
    28. 28. Recovery verification<br /><ul><li>Verify the recoverability of every backup
    29. 29. Every virtual machine
    30. 30. Every restore point
    31. 31. Does not affect backup windows orrequire additional hardware and staff</li></ul>Check all<br />Check some<br />Checksum<br />
    32. 32. How it works<br />Publish<br />Start<br />Verify<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />Publish<br />Start<br />Verify<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />VM<br />OS<br />App<br />Report<br />Read-only<br />Backup Repository<br />Verification Job<br />Virtual Lab<br />Veeam Backup Server<br /><br />
    33. 33. SureBackup<br />
    34. 34. SureBackup<br />From the Veeam Community Forum: Our current backup system is bogging down due to too many small files (and probably too few directories) resulting in an 8-10 hour backup time…Daily Veeam backups using CBT take just under 20 minutes consistently. It's really incredible.<br />recklessop: backed up entire customer infrastructure (900GB) with @Veeam & 6GbSAS link to HP P2000 G3 in less time than CA backed up exchange. nice!!!<br />seb_neumann: Create and Config of #Backup jobs: Before @Veeam about 4 hours for a couple of VMs with #Veeam less than 15 minutes - Veeam rules!<br />
    35. 35. InstantRestore<br />
    36. 36. Instant VM recovery<br /><ul><li>Fast: start VM directlyfrom backup file
    37. 37. Readily available:uses existing backupsand backup storage
    38. 38. Buys you time:users keep workingwhile you troubleshootthe problem</li></ul>jr_on_the_cloud: Did a VM restore using Veeam yesterday. Worked perfectly and was very easy. Impressed!<br />
    39. 39. How it works<br />X<br />Veeam Backup Job<br />Veeam Backup Server<br />Virtual Machine A<br />Backup file for Virtual Machine A<br />Virtual Machine A<br />running from the backup file<br /><br />
    40. 40. Storage vMotion (or Veeam Backup & Replication)<br />
    41. 41. U-AIR<br /><ul><li>No application-specific agents to licenseNo additional products to buyNo special backups to create
    42. 42. Supports ANY virtualized application
    43. 43. Durable—not tied to application internals
    44. 44. Supports administrator- and user-directed recovery
    45. 45. Wizards for administrator-directed item recovery fromMicrosoft Exchange, Active Directory and SQL Server
    46. 46. User-directed item recovery from ANY application or database
    47. 47. Maintains separation of permissions between backup administrators and application owners</li></li></ul><li>Workflow engine<br />Maintains separation of permissions between backup administrators and application owners<br />Application owners install wizards on their workstations<br />Application owners submit restore requests to backup admins<br />Backup admins approve requests<br />Application owners get notified, finish wizard to restore items<br />
    48. 48.
    49. 49.
    50. 50.
    51. 51. On-demand sandbox<br /><ul><li>Instantly start a group of production VMs in sandbox
    52. 52. Restore from any point (full or incremental backup)
    53. 53. Run directly from the backup file, with backup file remaining untouched
    54. 54. Can be used for:
    55. 55. Troubleshooting
    56. 56. Testing workarounds
    57. 57. Patch testing
    58. 58. Development or test lab</li></ul>Leverage the investment you’ve made in backups—put your backups to work<br />
    59. 59. How it works<br />Veeam Backup Server<br />Veeam-provided proxy appliance to communicate with VMs in isolated network<br />Backup files<br />Multiple VMs staged in virtual lab<br /><br />
    60. 60. InstantRestore<br />lcaller: 1 week of trying to recover crucial data from a failed LUN we're almost there. #VMware & @veeam support = fantastic. Symantec = < useless!<br />
    61. 61. SmartCDP<br />
    62. 62. Replication<br />
    63. 63. SmartCDP<br />
    64. 64. Centralized management<br /><ul><li>Federation of backup servers for unlimited scalability
    65. 65. Consolidated alerting and reporting
    66. 66. Enterprise-wide VM and file searching
    67. 67. Automation via SDK</li></li></ul><li>20,000+ customers and 1,500,000+ VMs<br />“If you’re serious about backing up your virtual machines, you need to have faith in a product that works. I’ve tried them all and am most pleased with Veeam. Veeam Backup is definitely number one in this market.”<br />–Nathan Johnson Manager of IT ServicesNAI Utah Commercial Real Estate<br />“Nothing else in the virtualization space offers comparable functionality and reliability.”<br />– Kim ByramDirector, Business and Information SystemsISCO Industries, LLC <br />“Veeam Backup & Replication is way past WOW! This is what the backup world needs. Veeam has already given me hours of my life back each week.”<br />– Larry WalkerVice President and Data Processing OfficerChelsea Groton Bank<br />
    68. 68. #1 VMware Backup<br />
    69. 69. What backup vendor and/or product(s) does your organization use for backing up its x86 virtual machines (VMs)?<br />n=178<br />* From the Gartner US and EMEA Data Center Conferences in 4Q2010<br />
    70. 70. Product roadmap<br />
    71. 71. 1: Image-based backup and replication<br />
    72. 72. 2: Changed block tracking<br />
    73. 73. 3: Deduplication and compression<br />
    74. 74. Ongoing innovation: Veeam “firsts”<br />Version 1<br /><ul><li>2-in-1: backup and replication
    75. 75. Instant file-level recovery (IFLR)
    76. 76. Inline deduplication
    77. 77. Direct-to-target backups
    78. 78. Synthetic full backups
    79. 79. Replica rollback</li></ul>Version 5 with vPower<br /><ul><li>Instant VM recovery
    80. 80. U-AIR
    81. 81. Recovery verification
    82. 82. On-demand sandbox
    83. 83. Instant indexing</li></ul>Version 3<br /><ul><li>IFLR for Linux
    84. 84. ESXi support without VCB</li></ul>Q1 08<br />Q1 09<br />Q4 10<br />Q4 09<br />Q4 11<br />Q3 08<br />Version 6<br /><ul><li>Hyper-V support
    85. 85. Other TBA</li></ul>Version 4<br /><ul><li>vStorage APIs
    86. 86. Changed Block Tracking
    87. 87. Thin-provisioned disks
    88. 88. Direct SAN access
    89. 89. Near-CDP replication
    90. 90. Replication to ESXi
    91. 91. CBT with vRDM disks</li></ul>Version 2<br /><ul><li>ESXi support with VCB
    92. 92. Fastest VCB performance
    93. 93. Advanced VSS support</li></ul><br />
    94. 94. A solution you can count on<br /><ul><li>Know that your VMs are protected and that you can recover quickly in the event of a problem
    95. 95. Remove unnecessary load and potential sources of instability on your production hosts
    96. 96. Know that the solution will work as advertised
    97. 97. Know that you won’t outgrow the solution
    98. 98. Know that you made the best investment</li></li></ul><li>The best choice<br />
    99. 99. A great value<br /><ul><li>2-in-1: backup and replication
    100. 100. Hardware agnostic
    101. 101. No extra charge for:
    102. 102. Replication (near-CDP)
    103. 103. Deduplication
    104. 104. Enterprise Manager
    105. 105. Licensing by CPU socket
    106. 106. No per-server, per-agent or per-mailbox fees
    107. 107. Quick ROI and low TCO</li></li></ul><li>Standard and Enterprise Editions<br />
    108. 108. Veeam Backup & Replication<br /><ul><li>100% reliability
    109. 109. 5-minute RTOs and RPOs
    110. 110. 70–80% cost savings</li>
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