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Recovery Management

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Audience – European Journalists
Occasion - CA Channel Partner meeting, Barcelona
Presenter(s) – Tony Lock

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  • Virtualisation will be the darling of 2009. But it is still in its infancy as a technology – it will have matured when we stop talking about it!
  • Bold and red are proposed areas that CA would find of interest to focus on for sales / marketing activities.
  • Virtualisation = RealityFrom ‘data storage’ to ‘information management’There is a need to discover completely the data that is heldAdd meta data to “classify” data in terms of its information value and how it should be accessedTiered Service is happening – ILM to manage data in relation to its “business value” not just its agePerformance, Security, Accessibility, ComplianceAcross heterogeneous drive arrays and tape systemsArchive and Backup are both requiredAccess to information at all times, from all locations, from the entire history of the organisationAgain costs are becoming more visiblePower, People, Media, AccessArchive functionality will grow in importance, rapidly
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    • 1. Recovery Management Surely this is no longer a challenge? Tony Lock Freeform Dynamics Ltd +44 7711 719113 tony@freeformdynamics.com www.freeformdynamics.com Copyright 2009 Freeform Dynamics Ltd -1-
    • 2. What is going on? Current IT Initiatives The Advent of Virtualisation The Challenges for Backup and Recovery Management Managing Information Conclusions Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 -2-
    • 3. The view at the end of 2008... Is IT funding in your Has the ‘credit crunch’ had an organisation generally on the impact on IT investment in way up or down? your company? Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 -3-
    • 4. If you are expecting an impact in 2009, how great do you think it will be? (November 2008) 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Corporate (>5000 emps) Mid-Market (250-5000 emps) SMB (<250 emps) Devastating Significant cut backs across the board Cut backs in selected areas (e.g. non critical) No more than a bit of general belt tightening N/A - Don't expect an effect Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 -4-
    • 5. Do you have or are you planning to begin initiatives over the next 6 months in any of the following areas? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Virtualisation - servers General infrastructure optimisation Mobile and remote access Workforce communication and collaboration Custom application development Enhancement of external web presence Content management, workflow and BPM Governance, compliance and risk management Policy-based security and identity management Implementation of new packaged applications Storage and/or information lifecycle management Desktop upgrade/modernisation Virtualisation - storage Optimisation of power usage and management IT best practice delivery (ITIL, COBIT, etc) Green computing Deployment of business intelligence software Packaged application consolidation/replatforming Service oriented software development approaches Outsourcing and/or managed services Automation of supply chain and/or other B2B activity Thin client adoption Software as a service (SaaS) Virtualisation – desktop Social computing and/or Web 2.0 Current initiative Planned in next 6 months No current or imminent activity Don't know Mid-Market Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 -5-
    • 6. What is going on? Current IT Initiatives The Advent of Virtualisation The Challenges for Backup and Recovery Management Managing Information Conclusions Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 -6-
    • 7. The virtualisation feel-good factor 250-4999 employees Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 -7-
    • 8. However, knowledge levels are low What is your current level of knowledge and experience of virtualisation? Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 -8-
    • 9. Virtualisation Servers Storage Desktops Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 -9-
    • 10. The impact of virtualisation On hardware On management and acquisition strategy support processes Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 10 -
    • 11. Licensing is a major challenge Are you happy with existing licensing models as applied to virtual systems? Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 11 -
    • 12. A bright future for virtualisation? Adoption can only accelerate through downturn BUT Management Flexibility Architectural and process needs new convergence challenges budgetary required to await models unlock power Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 12 -
    • 13. What is going on? Current IT Initiatives The Advent of Virtualisation The Challenges for Backup and Recovery Management Managing Information Conclusions Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 13 -
    • 14. Isn’t Backup and Recovery sorted already? ►Organisations still face challenges with backup Volume of data to be protected Backup windows Security of backup data ►Recovery capabilities are rarely “tested” Except when there is a real world demand to recover data ►There is a lack of specialist data recovery / protection skills in most mid-market companies IT generalists who need to do everything not just backup and recovery ►An opportunity for channel suppliers to step in Professional services Managed Services Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 14 -
    • 15. What is the status of your capability in the following areas? (EMEA) 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Backup and restore capability Workflow and document management General storage archiving and retrieval Email archiving and retrieval Federated search and discovery across repositories Centrally coordinated records management Classification of information assets by business value Information destruction according to policy IT security management capability Disaster recovery and business continuity Fully implemented or working on now Future initiative No need or interest Not answered Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 15 -
    • 16. What is the status of your capability in the following areas? (%age stating the area is a future initiative) FS PS Telco HC O&G Gen Backup and restore capability 24% 21% 5% 20% 28% 19% Centrally coordinated records management 30% 36% 25% 42% 38% 35% Classification of information assets by business value 48% 36% 38% 48% 41% 35% Disaster recovery and business continuity 15% 33% 26% 24% 19% 45% Email archiving and retrieval 32% 28% 27% 36% 54% 47% Federated search and discovery across repositories 36% 35% 38% 40% 49% 28% General storage archiving and retrieval 15% 23% 14% 27% 31% 39% Information destruction according to policy 26% 24% 26% 30% 43% 33% IT security management capability 13% 29% 16% 35% 36% 43% Workflow and document management 23% 24% 20% 27% 24% 24% Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 16 -
    • 17. Has regulatory compliance or governance been a specific driver in enhancing any of the following? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Backup and restore capability Workflow and document management General storage archiving and retrieval Email archiving and retrieval Federated search and discovery across repositories Centrally coordinated records management Classification of information assets by business value Information destruction according to policy IT security management capability Disaster recovery and business continuity View risk very broadly across the business View risk in specific areas only Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 17 -
    • 18. To what degree are the following used in your data centres and how is this changing? 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% -20% -40% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Frequent disk to disk backup High speed tape backup Simple mirroring of storage devices Continuous data protection solutions Smart distributed data replication High Medium Low Decreasing Increasing Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 18 -
    • 19. What is going on? Current IT Initiatives The Advent of Virtualisation The Challenges for Backup and Recovery Management Managing Information Conclusions Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 19 -
    • 20. Has regulatory compliance or governance been a specific driver in enhancing any of the following? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Centrally coordinated records management Workflow and document management Information destruction according to policy General storage archiving and retrieval Backup and restore capability Email archiving and retrieval Federated search and discovery across repositories IT security management capability Classification of information assets by business value Disaster recovery and business continuity Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 20 -
    • 21. At the highest level, what is your approach to information retention? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% We operate a rules Analyst notes: based information retention policy Over 70% of organisations have rules – but 40% only have one rule – keep everything – this is better Our policy is to keep than nothing but is everything problematic in itself without advanced info management capabilities which we know most do not possess. We don't have an information policy Then we have the (almost) 25% with no policies whatsoever. Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 21 -
    • 22. How much of the information generated or received electronically within your organisation is it necessary to store persistently for business or regulatory reasons? 0% 10% 20% 30% More than 75% 50-75% The challenge is not just about what to keep or throw 25-50% away, (although we know this is an issue too), for many 10-25% organisations the challenge is to find a balance between Less than 10% cost and management capabilities. We are currently trying to work this out Not sure Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 22 -
    • 23. How much of the information generated or received electronically within your organisation is it necessary to store persistently for business or regulatory reasons? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Financial Services Public sector Telecoms Healthcare Oil & Gas General industry/commercial More than 75% 50-75% 25-50% 10-25% Less than 10% We are currently trying to work this out Not sure Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 23 -
    • 24. How frequently does the IT department have to deal with information governance related incidents? (Industry Sector) 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Financial Services Public sector Telecoms Healthcare Oil & Gas General industry/commercial Most days Most weeks Most months Less frequently Unsure Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 24 -
    • 25. Could you put a value or percentage on how much of your IT budget would be spent on information governance related investments in the next 12 months? (Summary) 0% 10% 20% 30% 21+% 11-20% 5-10% 1-5% 0% Unsure Not answered Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 25 -
    • 26. What is going on? Current IT Initiatives The Advent of Virtualisation The Challenges for Backup and Recovery Management Managing Information Conclusions Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 26 -
    • 27. Desirable features of Recovery Management? ►Safe Certainty of success Encryption if wanted / needed ►Fast To Backup and To Recover ►Simple to use Certainty of success D2D, D2T, D2D2T all supported De-duplication Off site / SaaS / Managed Services ►Work with major applications ►Cost Effective Minimum consumption of Tapes, Power and human Resources ►Easy to license Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 27 -
    • 28. Summary ► Virtualisation is happening  Server and Storage ► Backup is still a major challenge for many organisations  Volume of data  Speed  Security  Costs ► Recovery is an even bigger issue ► Testing of data protection and recovery processes does not happen enough  Except in live scenarios ► The Channel has strategic and tactical roles to help organisations implement effective data recovery capabilities. Copyright 2007 Freeform Dynamics Ltd Ltd. Copyright 2008 Freeform Dynamics 2009 - 28 -

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