EDI 2009 Information Everywhere: Understanding New Technologies & Coping with New Problems

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  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies
  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies
  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies
  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies
  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies
  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies
  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies
  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies
  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies
  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies
  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies
  • E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies

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  • 1. Information Everywhere: Understanding New Technologies & Coping with New Problems Hon. James C. Francis Anne Kershaw George Rudoy Tom Morrissey The Advanced E-Discovery Institute November 12-13, 2009
  • 2. Introduction Hon. James C. Francis The Advanced E-Discovery Institute November 12-13, 2009
  • 3. The New Virtual IT World (Actually, it’s not so new) Tom Morrissey – Purdue Pharma LP The Advanced E-Discovery Institute November 12-13, 2009
  • 4. DISCLAIMER
    • These slides represent the work and opinions of the author and do not constitute official positions of Purdue Pharma LP or any other organization.
  • 5. Virtual Machines
    • Virtual Machines are not new and have been in use since at least 1970.
    • A Virtual Machine is a software abstraction implemented on top of a "real" hardware platform and operating system.
    • This concept was created by IBM as a method of time-sharing expensive mainframe hardware.
    • The fundamental concept of a virtual machine revolves around a software application that behaves as if it were its own computer.
    • The VM application (“guest”) runs its own self-contained operating system within the actual machine (“host”).
    • Perhaps put more simply, it can be described as a virtual computer running inside a physical computer.
    E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies November 12, 2009
  • 6. A Virtual Computer Running Inside a Physical Computer. E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies November 12, 2009 G U E S T G U E S T G U E S T HOST (Virtual Server)
  • 7. Sample Environment
    • Data Center with 419 Physical Servers
    • 45 of which are Virtual Host Servers
    • 421 Virtual Machines (Guests)
    • TOTAL SERVERS= 840
    • Can run applications and services that emulate multiple machines from one server
    E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies November 12, 2009
  • 8. Benefits to an IT Organization
    • High Availability
    • Disaster Recovery
    • Consolidation
    • Able to run different Operating Systems from a Single Host Server
    • Use Templates to Clone a ‘New Server’ in Minutes.
    E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies November 12, 2009
  • 9. E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies November 12, 2009
  • 10. Shared Services includes Shared Storage
    • Shared Storage
    • Shared Storage
    E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies November 12, 2009
  • 11. The discovery questions
    • Forensics of a ‘Host’ could over collect data
    • Storage of application data may not ‘live’ on the virtual machine
    • Some companies will no longer be storing on tape, but rather simply keeping an image of the VM.
    E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies November 12, 2009
  • 12. Next: Unified Communications E-Discovery Considerations and Questions to Ask Clients Regarding New Technologies November 12, 2009 http://www.microsoft.com/video/en/us/details/288da906-afab-4f3e-92f0-f0250be21125
  • 13. Cloud Computing George I. Rudoy – Shearman & Sterling LLP The Advanced E-Discovery Institute November 12-13, 2009
  • 14. Cloud Computing Course Name  Date
  • 15. Cloud Computing
    • What is cloud computing
      • Commonplace hosting vs. cloud computing
    • Pros and Cons
      • Costs and access
      • Maintenance and upgrades
    The Advanced E-Discovery Institute November 12-13, 2009
  • 16. Course Name  Date
  • 17. Cloud Computing
    • What it means for the Discovery efforts
      • Cloud computing means that data may always be in transit - never anywhere, always somewhere
      • The issue of tracing metadata in “data packets”
    • What to do about it
      • Engaging the provider
        • insist on service level agreement (SLA) terms to ensure legal and regulatory compliance, searchability, demonstrable customer care (security), provably persistent data integrity and reliability, and demonstrable storage security and integrity for electronically stored information in the cloud.
      • Gathering data from the cloud and timelines
    The Advanced E-Discovery Institute November 12-13, 2009