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  • In Console based method of backup, vRanger creates a snapshot of the VM and then initiates direct copy from the ESX server console to the repository. The data moves directly over the management network to the backup destination without touching the vRanger server.
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    • 1. vRanger Overview Virtual + Physical + Cloud © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved.
    • 2. vRangerBackup and Replication for Virtual+Physical Product Highlights Agent-less architecture − No software to install within VMs − No load on production VMs − No agent software Full platform support − Capture VM metadata definitions, properties using platform APIs − VSS quiesced snapshot for Application Consistent protection − Protect Exchange, SQL and Sharepoint with integration with Quest Recovery Manager products Active Block Mapping incremental backup − 1/3 backup data reduction Virtual Appliance Architecture − Cluster aware VA for concurrent backup/replication/restore − Scalable, flexible and cost savings on Windows licenses © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 1
    • 3. vRangerBackup and Replication for Virtual+Physical Product Highlights Optional target side de-dupe − Half the cost of BE2012 De-Dupe − Flat Price option − Variable block, global de-dupe Support for industry leading De-duplication devices − Data Domain Boost integration − Support for Quantum, Exagrid and others File level recovery for both Windows and Linux One click recovery − Integrated backup catalog for search-ability *New* Physical Windows Backup & Recovery (vRanger 6) *New* Amazon Web Services Cloud integration (vRanger 6) © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 2
    • 4. vRangerGTM GTM − Pricing − $769 per protected host CPU socket for backup/replication (ESXi) − $300 per protected physical server (windows) − Additional Options − vRanger SmartDisk de-dupe option - $945 (flat price for 15TB of storage) − vRanger TVDP (100 seats of Recovery Manager for Exchange, SharePoint and Active Directory) - $899 © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 3
    • 5. vRanger Customers• Widely deployed in environments small and Large © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 4
    • 6. vRanger Server Architecture GUI Console vAPI web svc .NET .NET VRanger service http Catalog svc CIFS/NFS/FTP/ http SFTPvCenter MS SQL or Express DB http http Repository ESX/ESXi © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 5
    • 7. VA Architecture with Direct to Target VRanger VM 2 BackupVDDKHotadd Repository 1 Snapshot © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 6
    • 8. vRangerArchitecture Distributed architecture − Windows based server − Configuration, Scheduler/Manager, Reporting − SQL Express database for metadata/cataloging − Virtual Appliance for distributed data movers − Physical proxy for SAN backup/restore Direct to Target Data Transfer − Data movement between VA and repository − Use vStorage API for data transfer Patents (8 Pending) − 8,166,265 Systems and methods for performing backup operations of virtual machine files − 8,135,930 Replication systems and methods for a virtual computing environment − 8,060,476 Backup systems and methods for a virtual computing environment − 8,046,550 Systems and methods for performing backup operations of virtual machine files © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 7
    • 9. Single Click RestoreCataloging search and restore Backups are indexed on the fly Search volumes for individual items − Launch restore directly from results Sort results by − Physical Windows Server, VM, backup image or file name Synthetic recovery from full and incremental images − vRanger creates an in-memory block map of all images of a VM − Only most recent copy of the block is read for restore − Faster, more efficient recovery © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 8
    • 10. Single Click Restore © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 9
    • 11. Ease of ManagementSingle Sign-on protection Needs only vCenter access to backup/restore VMs − Optionally can login to ESXi/ESX servers Uses VMware API for capturing − VM definitions/metadata − Create PIT copies − Move data (mount/umount) © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 10
    • 12. vRanger – SAN Transport Support for SAN transport for Fastest data movement − Leverage VMware proxy engine for D2T transfer − Useful when protecting large amount of data − Restore over SAN for fastest restores of VMs Fastest Disaster Recovery − Leverage vRanger manifests to recover entire DC from scratch − SAN restore for fastest data movement Easily extensible with Storage integration − Enable 3rd party copy with VMware array integration and Microsoft ODX © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 11
    • 13. vRanger – SAN Transport © 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 12
    • 14. Thank You© 2012 Quest Software Inc. All rights reserved. Pg. 13