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  • Before we go I also want to give you two places to go. One is our EMC Proven program – the goal here is to show you how and why to deploy your applications in the ways we’ve recommended in this presentation. You can find out more information about these programs at: www.emc.com/exchangewww.emc.com/sharepointwww.emc.com/sql
  • Additional Microsoft-related papers are available at these links.
  • After you virtualize servers, you can drastically reduce the number of servers and increase utilization.You can also radically DECREASE power and cooling costs and reduce the overall foot-print and rack space required for the environment (in places like NYC with high datacenter rents this is a big deal). You can also provision servers and applications faster. Before you may have had to wait 1-3 weeks to order and receive a new server for an application. With virtualization, you can create a new virtual machine in minutes. Another big reason our customers are virtualizing is because they can improve high availability and protection. They can protect servers and roles with no built-in availability features and create a consistent way to replicate data offsite.(CLICK)You can ensure your applications leverage virtualized pools of resources versus Islands of Direct Attached Storage and inefficient hardware.(CLICK)The end result? More speed, more agility. Improved service levels. Lower costs. Becoming experts in virtual server deployments will give your company an edge.
  • Many people have noticed that the IT industry is going through yet-another-rapid-phase of maturation and consolidation. The prominent feature is the emergence of end-to-end stacks from major vendors. This has been described as 'verticalization' -- vertically integrated technology/solution/services/cloud models -- largely end-to-end. In other words, this view advocates that each application should be managed from the application and drive the choice in servers, storage, and networks.When it comes to Microsoft applications – this is very true:- The Exchange team wants to run on direct-attached-storage. - The SharePoint farm has grown into an important repository for your company, yet sometimes it’s being stored and protected like it’s a collection of MP3’s.The other approach isVirtualization. The virtualization approach encapsulates and abstracts just about each and every mainstream upper-level stack that's being proposed these days. This shifts the argument in an interesting way. Now instead of letting each application and database team run their own separate islands, perhaps it’s time to consider a virtualized stack that allows best of breed infrastructure to work together to provide you with the best framework for your IT environment – both for today and into the future.At EMC, we’ve made our strategy clear. We want to be the best choice for heavily virtualized environments – what some folks are called Private Clouds.
  • server virtualization has had a profound impact on how we now look at storage..In the “good old days” we would create a RAID group and then carve out LUNs statically… what a pain…With VMWare that all changed! VMWare pools server resources and enables dynamic provisioning of compute power and applications according to shifting business needs. To stay relevant, storage had to embrace the same paradigm. Just like vMotion and DRS allows you to move things around on the server side [ audience poll -- anyone using Vmotion or DRS?] , we saw the need to move data dynamically according to its business activity. Not only did such data movement make sense, it also had to be fully automated and self managing.
  • We’ve discussed the SharePoint disaster recovery capabilities with NetWorker. Now, let’s focus on granular-, object-, or item-level operational recovery and how this is accomplished. In versions prior to NetWorker Module for Microsoft Applications 2.3, EMC had a solution for performing granular backups and granular recoveries, but found that this option did not provide the performance and scalability required by a typical NetWorker customer with relatively large—or even massive—SharePoint environments. With NetWorker Module for Microsoft Applications 2.3—for granular protection of SharePoint, EMC has improved its solution for granular recovery by partnering with Kroll Ontrack, the provider of a software product called Ontrack PowerControls, which is available for resale by EMC Sales and channel partners through the EMC Select program.Ontrack PowerControls uses NetWorker SharePoint backups—those highlighted in the previous slide—for granular item-level recoveries. Step one is to perform a content database recovery to the location of your choice. Step two is to use PowerControls to extract the required item-level data.You can recover SharePoint web applications, site collections, sites, lists, libraries, and so on—all the things that are a part of the SharePoint logical structure and content. When you use PowerControls to restore, it will restore with full fidelity, meaning you get back all of the metadata, security settings, details about authors, proper timestamps, and so on—things that in other market solutions can sometimes be lost during backup and recovery.With this solution, versioning within SharePoint items, as well as conditionssuch as checkout status and approval status, will all be retained and recovered properly. And you have the option of restoring all versions or only specific versions if you wish.To find data to restore in such large environments, PowerControls enables search by a number of criteria so data can be found quickly and restored. And with this solution, restore is as easy as dragging and dropping items you need back into your target location, which can be the original location, a production server, another SharePoint server, or even a file system location. There is quite a bit of flexibility possible through this third-party solution.
  • In the same reference architecture described, FAST Cache was utilized.Enabling Fast Cache on system and search databases (Crawl, Property and tempdb) improved Search and Index performance significantly.Crawl operations were almost doubled User search response time improved by 27%Maximum user capacity was increased by 10%While FAST Cache benefits the entire farm performance , it’s more effective on the SharePoint Search related LUNs as we already identified those as I/O hungry.
  • We’ll start by focusing our attention on the issue of application backup and recovery. For most companies, software applications are at the core of running the business. We communicate with customers and partners through email. We sell goods and services through e-commerce and track sales orders through applications backed by databases. In most customer-related processes, a software application is relied upon to complete these business tasks; therefore, companies invest significantly in technologies that ensure data and applications are highly available and protected to ensure recovery whenever needed.When software applications are relied upon 24x7, customers have little tolerance for shutdowns or slowing to allow for a backup. Further, in the event of any outage, it is imperative to be able to recover data back to a point as close to the time of the problem as possible. From a data protection perspective, frequent, consistent recovery points that allow for quick recovery with minimal data loss is key. Any recovery should provide a fast resumption of business. Restoring backup data from a tape that is 12 hours old—or more—no longer meets the service levels required by most customers. With traditional backup, customers are falling short when challenged to meet restore service level agreements, especially given existing infrastructures and exponential data growth. This drives demand for more effective ways of capturing recovery points and executing backups.
  • Here is a look at our DLP Suite. We start with the Enterprise Manager, which is the main user interface to the product, and also acts as that policy administration point we discussed. Here is where you pull in all your existing Active Directory group and roles, so you maintain consistent ACLs. This is where your security drivers live. This is where you pre-determine what the workflow will be, who gets notified, etc. This is where you tell the system what type of data you’re looking for, and what to do when it finds it. This is where reporting happens, and you can have reports scheduled and emailed, or use the system as you security dashboard.The EM controls the three main components of the system: DLP Endpoint, for data in use on laptops and desktops; DLP Network, for monitoring the key protocols that move sensitive data in and out of my network; and DLP Datacenter, which focuses on data at rest.These components can remediate in a variety of ways. For example, on the Endpoint, you can control printing, or saving a document “As” to trick the system, or putting data onto a USB device….unless it’s the company’s certified SanDisk model 123 device. You can be very granular. On the Network, you can have users justify why they're sending sensitive data. You can block the transmission, or you can re-route it to an email encryption product. You can allow and notify someone's manager. We can even simply allow and audit. And on the Datacenter, we allow for quarantining, moving to secure areas, setting ACLs on located content, deleting, etc. A whole host of options are allowed on the components.
  • Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation. The VNXe series was specifically designed to integrate with your server and application environments. The wizards for provisioning new storage do it in the context of the application, rather than as just generic capacity. There’s no need to be a RAID expert. Simply let the wizard be your guide. Gain instant expertise and let the system do the hard work.For example, the Microsoft Exchange wizard asks you for your Exchange version, how many mailboxes are needed, and what size, and then automatically creates the storage volumes needed for the data and log files. The wizards take the guesswork out provisioning storage and embodies years of EMC experience and best practices. If you are creating volumes using iSCSI, or file shares for CIFS or NFS, the appropriate wizard will create the storage, set up appropriate access, and enable snapshots and even external replication, all in less than 10 clicks. Simply confirm your selections or accept the defaults, and it is all done for you. With the VNXe series, storage is now easier than ever.
  • Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation. The Unisphere user interface for VNXe series is clean and intuitive.The Dashboard view provides a snapshot of system resource use and open alerts, as well as direct access to essential storage and system task options.Sliding the cursor over any of the tabs at the top of the screen activates a pop-up of related activities and information drill-down options.
  • How long it takes to provision a new share point web app?How many panes of glass we must move between to achieve our goal?Don’t you want to make this simpler? Let’s discuss how ESI can help

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  • Transform Microsoft Application Environment With EMC Information Infrastructure© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 1
  • Agenda • How do I make it scalable and adaptable? • How do I increase the availability? • How do I improve the performance? • Exchange • SQL • Sharepoint • How do I protect and secure? • How do I simplify management?© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 2
  • EMC and Microsoft: A Unique Alliance • Shared view of importance of information Eleven Microsoft Gold Competencies • 14+ year, continually expanding partnership 20x Time Partner of • Broad and deep partnership across products and Year services 2,700+ technical • Joint sharing of intellectual property resources worldwide • Significant deployments of each other’s technology Cooperative Support Agreement internally $20M plus equipment • Thousands of joint customers in Redmond labs • CEO-sponsored worldwide go-to-market alliance Information EMC’s Unique Infrastructure MSFT Expertise Microsoft Excellence Customer Value© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 3
  • EMC Proven™ Solutions for MicrosoftReducing risk through multi-product integration Portfolio Subject-Matter Experts Virtual Infrastructure Unified Storage Microsoft Exchange Proof of Concepts Backup and Restore Product Integration Remote Replication Microsoft SharePoint Solution Whitepapers Security Proven Solutions Performance/Functional Tests Archiving / Compliance Microsoft SQL Server www.emc.com/exchange www.emc.com/sharepoint www.emc.com/sql© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 4
  • Proven Solutions Solution White Paper: Solution White Paper: http://www.emc.com/collateral/hardware/white- http://www.emc.com/collateral/software/white- papers/h7337-exchange-unified-cisco-hyper-v-wp.pdf papers/h7410-zero-data-loss-exchange-wp.pdf© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 5
  • Bringing Scalability & Adaptability in Microsoft Environment© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 6
  • VirtualizationEliminate physical bottle-necks• Reduce the physical servers• Increase server utilization• Slash power & cooling cost• Reduce foot-print• Provision servers & applications faster Virtualized & Pooled Exch Infrastr Sharept.• Consolidate protection strategies Hub Active CAS Dir Web Gain speed and agility DHCP Edge Apps. Improve service levels DNS Decrease overall costs Mail- boxes Sand box Data Base© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 7
  • Infrastructure Strategy Choices Direct Attach Storage Shared Storage Exchange SharePoint Multiple Applications Web Tier Web Tier Application / Application / Database Application Database Application Database Operating System OR Operating Database Operating System System Operating System Processor Storage Network Server Server Pool Pool Pool Storage Network Storage Network Shared storage enables better utilization of resources improves space efficiency and lowers energy costs© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 8
  • Shared Storage Pools Virtual servers need virtualization optimized storageHomogenous HeterogeneousClients Clients Virtual Server(s) Server(s) Automatic Server Optimization 1 2 3 Virtual Volumes RAID RAID RAID Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Virtual Blended Storage Pool High Perf. 15K High Cap. FLASH HDDs HDDs Automatic Data Optimization © Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 9
  • Flexibility of Access in Virtual EnvironmentBlock applications can access storage over NAS or SAN UNIFIED STORAGE FOR Virtual Environments Block over IP deployment virtualization over NAS deployment Block over Fibre Channel deployment Active Directory, application servers, Exchange 2007 Desktop virtual machines SharePoint, data warehouse, DSS IP Fibre Shared NFS/CIFS Channel SAN templates SAN NAS A single unified storage platform gives iSCSI Fibre you the flexibility to grow and evolve FCoE Channel your business without added complexity© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 10
  • Quality of Service ManagerApplication-based service level management BeforeUnisphere Quality With Unisphere Quality of Service Manager of Service Manager Manage block resources based on service levels High Medium Low – Monitor and achieve performance objectives for Priority Priority Priority applications Optimize performance based on policy management – Set performance goals for critical applications – Set limits on lower-priority applications – Schedule policies to run at different intervals Available Performance Measure and control storage based on different metrics – Response time (e.g., Exchange) – Bandwidth (e.g., backup to disk) – Throughput (e.g., SQL applications) Applications Applications© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 11
  • Would you like to start journey towards virtualizingMicrosoft ApplicationsA. YesB. NoC. Already Started© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 12
  • Bringing High Availability in Microsoft Environment© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 13
  • EMC Storage High AvailabilityDesigned to deliver 5x 9’s availability Platform No single point of failure N+1 power and battery backup Redundant, hot-pluggable components Function RAID protection N+M X-Blades with advanced failover Service Simple, customer-driven VNX OE updates Secure remote maintenance, call-home, automatic diagnostics© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 14
  • Exchange 2010 Architecture: DatabaseAvailability Group (DAG)• Defines scope of replication Client Access Server• Consists of up to 16 mailbox servers• Only 1 copy of a database is Active Manager Active Manager Active Manager active, all other copies are passive• An org can have multiple DAGs Database Availability Group© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 15
  • EMC value proposition for Exchange StorageExchange 2010 Brings: EMC makes Exchange Better:• Contiguous Mailboxes • Capacity as needed• Removal of SIS • Higher density storage• Background Database • Storage Processors built Maintenance (BDM) for high bandwidth• 64KB and 256KB disk operations operations • Storage Pools ideally suited for consolidated queue operations© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 16
  • Instant Recovery using disk replicas ROLES-BASED  Exchange Empower end users,  SQL Server DBAs, report teams,  SharePoint analytics teams. Replica 1 Replica 2 VIRTUALIZATION OPTIMIZED Replica 3 Works with both Hyper- V and VMware. Replica 4Replication Manager discovers and automates mounting,dismounting, scheduling, and expiration of disk-based storage copiesfor backup and repurposing© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 17
  • Single Mailbox Restore with Exchange Replica • Leverages Exchange replica for single mailbox restores • Easy to use—wizard driven • Search and view Exchange replica: – Individual mailboxes – Messages – Attachments • Extract selections back to production Exchange server or to new/existing PST file in another location • Streamlines individual mailbox restore© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 18
  • SharePoint Granular Recovery http://team • Item-level recovery of SharePoint Team1 Team2 Team3 content • Recovers the wide range of SharePoint content, such as site collections, sites, libraries, and documents • Recovers all versions and metadata • Recovers to original location, alternate servers, or file system location • Easy recovery using search and drag- and-drop© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 19
  • Boosting Performance in Microsoft Environment© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 20
  • Exchange 2010: Impact on Storage • IOPS per Heavy User – Exchange 2003: 1 IOPS per user – Exchange 2007: 0.48 per user – Exchange 2010: 0.2 per user • Block Size – Exchange 2003/2007: 8KB – Exchange 2010: 32KB for Write • Exchange 2010: BDM causes 256KB Read IO • IOPS are less but let’s not forget BDM load© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 21
  • Exchange Solution Review Program for Storage Platforms • Introduced to facilitate Exchange storage testing, validation and publishing of solution results. • These tests are designed to measure the storage subsystems performance and reliability. • EMC is an active and clear leader in this program.© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 22
  • Performance in a SQL WorldOlder approaches are inefficient for SQL workloads Short stroked & striped Aggregating Mechanical Drives Disk Disk Disk Disk Disk Using a lot of spindles for IOPS results in low capacity utilization Poor utilization Striped Flash Drives Flash Flash Flash Flash drives are faster than mechanical disks – but expensive Better utilization… but $$$© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 23
  • FAST Cache • More than twice the performance improvement in Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Sharepoint environments FAST Cache • Real-time reaction to unexpected workload peaks – Extends existing memory cache – Up to 2TB Flash Fibre Channel Turbo-charge performance SATA Benefits Leverage cost-effective SATA drives Easy to manage and monitor© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 24
  • Solution: Automatic Data OptimizationGain the benefits of Flash without the cost with FAST VP FAST VP Self-optimizing Fully Automated Storage Tiering storage pools For Virtual Pools Active 5% 95% Inactive • All data activity is constantly tracked Data Flash Disk Data Data • High activity data moved to Flash • Low activity to low cost disk • Applications now enjoy lowest response time possible for data Best Utilization Storage pool Balance Performance and Capacity© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 25
  • FAST Cache for SharePoint 2010 Enabling Fast Cache on system and search databases (Crawl, Property and tempdb) improves Search and Index performance – Crawl operations improved by 90% – User search response time improved by 27% – Maximum user capacity increased by 10% Powerful© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 26
  • Have you had discussions with your vendorregarding Flash?A. YesB. No© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 27
  • Bringing Protection in Microsoft Environment© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 28
  • Microsoft Application ProtectionRequirements • Minimal or no application impact • Frequent recovery points • Easy and reliable recovery© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 29
  • Introducing EMC NetWorker • Centralized management • Industry-leading data deduplication • Advanced application support • Broad backup-to-disk capabilities • Virtual and physical coverage • Reliable recoverability© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 30
  • NetWorker Module for MicrosoftApplications • Single module for Microsoft SharePoint applications Exchange SQL • Volume Shadow Copy Data Protection Manager Service (VSS)-based • Integrated deduplication VSS • EMC storage integration • Removes backup impact Active Directory Hyper-V from production hosts Windows Server • Enables quick recovery© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 31
  • DR Strategies Host-Based Storage-Based Database Availability Group Host Asynchronous Replication Database Availability Group DB1 Copy DB1 Copy Copy Copy DB2 Copy Copy DB3 DB3 Copy Copy DB2 Copy Storage Synchronous Replication© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 32
  • Benefits of Storage-Based Replication Zero data loss synchronous replication Free up servers to serve E-Mail Failovers are much faster Reduce network load Only one copy per site DVR-like recovery© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 33
  • EMC Replication Enabler for Exchange• DAG uses log shipping for native asynchronous replication and requires third- party solution for synchronous replication• Microsoft has provided a new API for third-party replication products to integrate with Exchange 2010 to offer synchronous replication• Free plug-in for Exchange 2010 that works with Microsoft Synchronous Replication API• Replaces host-based Exchange 2010 log shipping with storage-based replication EMC is the first and only storage vendor to offer synchronous storage based replication using Microsoft’s Synchronous Replication API© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 34
  • Storage based Async Replication forExchange with VSS integrationExample PRODUCTION SITE DISASTER RECOVERY SITE Production Exchange 2010 Servers Exchange 2010 Recovery Servers WAN RecoverPoint Consistency Group “EX1” (C1, C2 or both DB copies + Logs) continuously IMAGE 24 replicated to --- disaster recovery IMAGE 13 site with a VSS IMAGE 2 15-minute guaranteed RPO IMAGE 12 --- --- IMAGE 2 VSS IMAGE 1 IMAGE 1© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 35
  • Data Loss Threat In Microsoft Environment • Data breaches have reached record levels – Companies face growing 245M exposed records due risks of data leaks & to breaches since 2005. • Cost of compliance is a significant burden and increase in compliance continues to grow requirements Balance required between security Data must be protected, and accessibility but also be accessible Increasingly need to enable use of information across company boundaries (partners, vendors, customers)Source: Privacy Rights Clearinghouse © Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 36
  • EMC RSA Data Loss Prevention Suite DLPUnified Policy Mgmt Incident Enterprise Manager Dashboard & User & System& Enforcement Workflow Reporting Administration DLP Datacenter DLP Network DLP EndpointDiscover Monitor DiscoverFile shares, SharePoint sites, Email, webmail, IM/Chat, FTP, Local drives, PST files, OfficeDatabases, SAN/NAS HTTP/S, TCP/IP files, 300+ file typesRemediate Enforce EnforceDelete, Move, Quarantine Allow, Notify, Block, Encrypt Allow, Justify, Block on Copy, Save As, Print, USB, Burn, etc. eDRM (e.g. RMS) Encryption Access Controls© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 37
  • Simplify The Management In Microsoft Environment© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 38
  • Instant ExpertiseBest-practice wizards configure storage with just a few clicks Email Wizard Set up hundreds of Exchange mailboxes in fewer than 10 clicks VMware Wizard Hyper-V Wizard Set up 1 TB VMware Set up 1 TB Hyper-V datastore in 10 minutes datastore in 10 minutes Share Wizard Volume Wizard Set up NFS and CIFS shares in Set up iSCSI volumes in minutes minutes© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 39
  • Simplify Management -Instant Insight with Unisphere Navigate all common tasks through an easy dashboard© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 40
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  • Storage Provisioning - today Multiple points of management for provisioning• Array Management Tools• Windows Server Manager• Failover Cluster Manager• Hyper-V Manager• Configure your favorite App• iSCSI Initiator/ FC Switch © Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 42
  • EMC Storage Integrator(ESI)• Storage Provisioning for Windows Servers• Application-aware Storage Provisioning• Windows MMC-based• Agent less architecture• Block and file support• SharePoint end to end Easy to use MMC Snap-ins for the provisioning is 4x times Server/Application Admin faster© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 43
  • Windows Storage Integrator Benefits Where are these • Provides insight into mapping of LUNs coming from?? application and physical disk resources to storage arrays – Bridges communication gap between server / app admin and storage admin • Self-service support for the server / I need a 10TB LUN now for my application administrator Exchange Cluster • Automatically incorporates best practices for storage provisioning • Reduces the number of management interfaces to work with© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 44
  • Windows Server – Storage Viewer Where are these disks coming from?© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 45
  • Windows Server – Storage Viewer View Network Drives ( Shared Folders) Storage Array and LUN NameProvides insight and mapping for server disk resources to LUNs on storage arrays. © Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 46
  • Storage Management from Windows Storage Array and LUN Name Configure cluster Easy to use shared wizards for volumes end to end provisioning of storage Shared CIFS Folders© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 47
  • Share Point Provisioning - TodayMultiple points of management for provisioning• Lookup best practices• Array Management Tools• Windows Server Manager• Failover Cluster Manager• Hyper-V Manager• SQL Sever Mgmt Studio• Share Point Admin Console © Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 48
  • SharePoint Provisioning – a new approachAutomate and orchestrate multiple tasks in to a wizardESI provides an end-to-end experience, through which userscan provision storage and deploy SharePoint sites © Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 49
  • EMC Makes Microsoft Environment  Scalable and adaptable  Virtualization  EMC Unified Storage  Available  5 Nines Availability  Instant Recovery with Disk based local protection Faster  FAST Suite  Enterprise Flash drives  Protected  Application aware backup and faster recovery  Disaster Recovery  Data Loss Prevention  Simple  Application aware provisioning© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 50
  • VNXe3100 VNXe3300 VNX5100 VNX5300 VNX5500 VNX5700 VNX7500 Affordable. Simple. Efficient. Powerful.© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 51
  • THANK YOU© Copyright 2011 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 52