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How can maximize your storage capabilities by using IBM backup & restore solutions-27ian2010

  1. 1. Marius Vasile – STG System Storage Manager 27 ianuarie 2010 Hotel Intercontinental, Sala Ronda How can maximize your storage capabilities by using IBM backup & restore solutions © 2010 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. IBM System Storage The world is changing, enabling organizations to make faster, better-informed decisions as their systems can be made instrumented, interconnected and intelligent. Instrumented Interconnected Intelligent This is an opportunity for the world to get smarter. 2 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. IBM System Storage Is your critical application data adequately protected? Traditional once-a-night backup leaves up to 24 hours of your most recent data Recovery Point Objective: How much data can you afford to lose? at risk – How much data will you lose if your database server crashes at 5 PM? – How much will it cost you to re- create those transactions? It can take many hours or days to perform a full restore from traditional Recovery Time Objective: How much downtime can you afford? backup systems – How much application downtime can your business tolerate? 3 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  4. 4. IBM System Storage With this change comes an … Yet organizations are explosion in information … operating with blind spots Lack of Insight 1 in 3 managers frequently make critical decisions without the information they need Volume of Digital Data Inefficient Access 1 in 2 don’t have access to the information across their organization needed to do their jobs Variety of Information Inability to Predict 3 in 4 business leaders say more predictive information would drive better decisions Velocity of Decision Making Source: IBM Institute for Business Value 4 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. IBM System Storage Building the infrastructure for a Smarter Planet Compliance Reduce reputation risks and audit deficiencies Availability Deliver continuous and reliable access to information Retention Support your information retention policies Security Protect and enable secure sharing of information 5 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  6. 6. IBM System Storage Themes for Information Infrastructure 3Q09 Positive Negative Neutral 6 6 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. IBM System Storage Business continuity depends on data recovery Business-critical data exists throughout the enterprise: What can go wrong? Deleted files – Application servers in the data center Corrupted database – Remote and branch offices Virus/hacker attack – Employee workstations Disk crash – Disaster recovery sites Server crash Businesses of all types are facing unprecedented Local disaster challenges to keep more information available, all the time Regional disaster – They can’t afford to lose any data, and they can’t afford Can you quickly to be without it for very long recovery from each? – Losing access to data causes downtime The costs of downtime and lost data are escalating: – Lost revenue streams and customer confidence – Embarrassment in the marketplace – Contract penalties, regulatory fines, legal action 7 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  8. 8. IBM System Storage IBM System Storage – Offering Matrix Tape Systems Disk Systems Tape Virtualization IBM XIV – Grid Storage Tape Libraries DS8000 - Enterprise Class LTO Tape Drives DS5000 - MidRange Enterprise Tape Drives DS3000 - Entry Deduplication Network Attached ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliances Storage (NAS) ProtecTIER Deduplication Gateway N series Storage Software Storage Solutions SAN Volume Controller DR550 archive and compliance storage Grid Access Manager, GMAS Tivoli Storage Productivity Center IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Smart Business Storage Cloud (SBSC) IBM Tivoli Storage ManagerFastback Storage Encryption Solutions (TKLM) Comprehensive Data Protection Solution (CDPS) IBM Tivoli Storage FlashCopy Manager Networking Fibre Channel Ethernet Fibre Channel over Ethernet 8 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. IBM System Storage Introducing Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack v6.1 Block-level, incremental-forever, continuous or scheduled backup for Windows and Linux New servers Near-instant restore of any type / amount of Windows application data – Near-instant access to Linux data via FastBack Mount New Integrated target-side data New Remote Office(s) HQ / Data Center deduplication Exchange SQL/DB2 Oracle/SAP File/Print Built-in ‘selective replication’ Central Control Comprehensive reporting, Station leverages Tivoli Common Reporting Tivoli Storage Manager Tight integration with Tivoli Storage Manager New IBM Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack TSM FastBack for Workstations: optional Disaster Recovery Site protection for laptops & New desktops 9 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  10. 10. IBM System Storage TSM FastBack is part of IBM’s Unified Recovery Management solution suite Remote Office(s) Data Center D/R Site FastBack FastBack TSM B/A Clients Clients Clients Application Servers Application Servers File Servers File Servers VMware Servers VMware Servers FastBack for Workstations New WAN FastBack FastBack Tivoli Storage Tiers of Server Server Manager Server Storage Tivoli Storage Manager: enterprise-class data management includes backup, archive, HSM, support for hundreds of devices and a broad range of operating systems Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack: next-generation backup and near-instant restore for critical servers; backup consolidation & disaster recovery for remote offices; and more … Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack for Workstations: continuous data protection (CDP) for desktop and laptop systems with centralized management 10 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  11. 11. IBM System Storage IBM TS7650 ProtecTIER® Deduplication Family TS7650G Gateways Highest Performance largest Capacity High Availability TS7650 Appliance Highest Performance Largest Capacity Larg High Performance High Availability High Capacity Highest Performance Flexible Storage Largest Capacity Better Performance Larger Capacity Scalable Good Performance Highly Scalable Low cost Active-Active Cluster Active- ance Perform Up to 1000 MB/sec and Single Node Capacity Up to 500 MB/sec 1 PB useable ble Scala Active-Active Cluster Active- 1 PB useable Up to 500 MB/sec Up to 500 MB/sec 36 TB useable 36 TB useable Up to 250 MB/sec Up to 100 MB/sec 18 TB useable 7 TB useable 11 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  12. 12. IBM System Storage IBM TS7650 ProtecTIER® Deduplication Appliance Pre-configured for rapid deployment into existing backup environments Extremely powerful solutions, featuring: IBM ProtecTIER software with patented HyperFactor™ deduplication technology IBM System x Server – multi-core server for enterprise-level performance IBM Storage Controller with Fibre Channel drives - Proven reliability and performance Complete solution that includes rack, cables, switches, and everything that is needed 12 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  13. 13. IBM System Storage TS7650G ProtecTIER Deduplication Gateway Powerful and Flexible solution, featuring: IBM ProtecTIER software with patented HyperFactor™ deduplication technology IBM System x Server – multi-core server for enterprise-level performance Supports both IBM & Non-IBM disk IBM DS4000, DS5000, DS8000 and XIV TS7650G ProtecTIER Deduplication Gateway HDS, EMC and others And delivers: Up to 500 MB/sec Up to 25 times or more data reduction Scalable to 1PB physical capacity Enterprise-class data integrity 13 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  14. 14. IBM System Storage TS7650G ProtecTIER Deduplication Cluster Our most Powerful and Flexible solution: IBM ProtecTIER software with patented HyperFactor™ deduplication technology 2 IBM System x Servers – multi-core servers for maximum performance & availability Supports both IBM & Non-IBM disk IBM DS4000, DS5000, DS8000 and XIV HDS, EMC and others And delivers: Up to 1000 MB/sec TS7650G ProtecTIER Active-active cluster technology Deduplication Cluster Two nodes working together as one repository Easily manageable yet highly scalable 14 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  15. 15. IBM System Storage How ProtecTIER works New Data Stream Repository HyperFactor™ Memory Resident Index ProtecTIER™ Server Only 4GB needed to map Inline deduplication 1PB of physical disk! server or Up to 500MB/sec per Backup Servers 1000MB/sec with 2 node cluster! “Filtered” data 15 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  16. 16. IBM System Storage New Reality with ProtecTIER Native Replication Solution Backup Represented capacity Primary Site Server ProtecTIER Gateway Physical capacity Deduplication enables a large Backup amounts of data to Server be replicated with significantly less IP-based bandwidth WAN link Secondary Site Virtual cartridges can be cloned to tape at DR site ProtecTIER Physical Backup Gateway capacity Server Tape library 16 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  17. 17. IBM System Storage IBM ProtecTIER Native Replication Features One-to-one replication from primary to a DR-site Flexible policy driven replication – Choose which cartridges to replicate – one, some or all – Assign priorities and schedule when replication should occur Define cartridge “visibility” – Determine “where” virtual cartridges “exist” from ProtecTIER and/or backup application standpoint – ProtecTIER native replication will emulate moving tapes in & out of VTL’s import/export slots – Allows users to use the VTL export/import slots via backup app to “move” cartridges from one library/site to another Manage and monitor operations during disaster – Fail-over (when Disaster occurs) & Fail-back (to normal operation) 17 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  18. 18. IBM System Storage Native Replication Functionality (Example) Create your policy (perthat in this config the DR-site B/U server scanning the Note library) Choose the time frame is should be DR-site NBU server stand alone and only become partto take Primary domain may decide to clone cartridges Choose which tapes (7, 8, 9) for replication of the place User library & updating its catalogue Primary site comes when IT becomes the Primary server (during a “disaster”) to physical tape should be replicated to DR site OR And the priority among policies back on line The catalogue could be replicated The DR a can case site are Inas well, thus allow immediate use of (newlibrary if/when needed the cartridges become Primary- DR-site Tape clones Primary-site disaster hit theto being replicated receive new Backup site (can backup Backup Servers Primary site… primary repository) new data) until…. Server barcode through B/U app Primary site IP connection TS7650 ProtecTIER DR-site TS7650 Primary site ProtecTIER Tape library backup disk DR-site backup disk Data is de- Per policy:Tapes Duped & 4 1 7 1 7, 8, 9 are 1 Any cartridge(s) 7 can be backed-up replicated into DR replicated back 5 2 8 2 8 2 when needed into repository – only repository 6 3 9 3 unique data is 9 3 transferred 18 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  19. 19. IBM System Storage Challenges Associated with Today’s Reality Data Growth Straining Backup & Disaster Recovery Environments Reliability and Manual Intervention: – Current methods require too much manual intervention – Human intervention increases opportunities for failure Security Risks: – Transporting data on tape poses a significant risk to data security – Handling tapes creates additional “failure” opportunities • Human error is culprit 24 percent of the time* Disaster Recovery Planning & Testing Challenges: – Difficult to test DR plans using physical tape media – Restoring data from tape too slow to enable adequate testing Costs: – Seven of 10 IT administrators struggling with increased costs of off-site data storage – Complexity and growth greatly increasing cost of operations * According to recent survey by Symantec Corporation 19 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  20. 20. IBM System Storage Themes for Information Infrastructure 3Q09 Positive Negative Neutral 20 20 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  21. 21. IBM System Storage 21 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  22. 22. IBM System Storage Thank You! Marius Vasile – STG Storage Sales Manager Lucian Vlaicu – Field Technical Sales Support - Storage IBM Website: IBM Innovation Center – Bucharest Business Park 22 © 2010 IBM Corporation
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