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Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you
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Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery – Choosing the Right Approach for you

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In this presentation we will cover the results of the Acronis Annual DR Index, the key business and technical challenges as organisations move to a virtual world and how we use the all new Acronis …

In this presentation we will cover the results of the Acronis Annual DR Index, the key business and technical challenges as organisations move to a virtual world and how we use the all new Acronis Backup and Recovery 11 family of hybrid tools for Physical, Virtual and Cloud plus the all new vmProtect 6 built specifically for VMware solutions!

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  • 1. Server Virtualization, Backup and Disaster Recovery –Choosing the Right Approach for youIPEXPO - October 2011David BlackmanGeneral Manager,North Europe and Middle East & Africa
  • 2. Agenda01 Acronis Company Overview02 Global DR Index - Market Challenges & Opportunities03 Acronis Backup and Recovery 11 & Virtual Edition Solution Overviews04 vmProtect Solution Overview05 Acronis Virtualization Webinars06 Summary 2
  • 3. Acronis Company Overview Global Provider of Disaster Recovery & Data Protection Software Solutions to SMBs, Enterprises and Consumers• Primary Market: Backup and Disaster Recovery software for SMBs, enterprises and consumers• More than 175,000 business customers across a broad range of industries• More than 2.5 million licenses sold in 90 countries > Products localized in up to 14 languages• Protecting over 100,000 virtual servers worldwide• Channel-driven model with more than 20,000 partners• Founded in 2002, with 18 offices worldwide > ~700 employees with more than 260 in R&D Acronis Headquarters, USA.• Corporate headquarters in Woburn, MA. 3
  • 4. The Acronis Global DR Index An Annual Worldwide Ranking of International Confidence in Backup and Disaster Recovery (DR) Readiness, Capabilities and Practices 4
  • 5. How was the Index Created? Acronis Global DR Index 2.5Aggregated responses to 11 2questions on Backup & DRconfidence in readiness, 1.5capabilities and practices 1 0.5(3000 IT Managers in 13 0countries) United Kingdom (UK) Hong Kong (HK) Italy (IT) Australia (AU) Switzerland (SW) Netherlands (NL) Sweden (SE) Singapore (SG) Germany (DE) France (FR) US Japan (JP) Norway (NO) -0.5 -1• Ability and willingness to adopt newtechnology -1.5 -0.5 0 5• Confidence in procedures and policies Low confidence Neutral Very confident• Level of executive support• Ability to recover rapidly after downtime Confidence in DR Level of response to a statement Grading Strongly agree 5 Agree 2.5 Neutral 0 Disagree -2.5 Strongly disagree 5 5
  • 6. Key Business Challenges Costs of managing data are increasing drastically for all companies • Return on investment being challenged – Average business spends 10% of their IT budget on backup and DR* – but often not satisfied with ability to protect and recover data • The lights are always on – Mission critical machines need to be available around the clock • Regulatory compliance and e-discovery demands – Compliance requirements force organizations to respond more quickly to retrieve archived data, whether they are individual email or documents, at short notice*Acronis Global Disaster Recovery Index, October 2010, 3000 IT managers surveyed globally 6
  • 7. Key Technology Challenges IT environments are more complex • Amount of digital data is sky rocketing – Storage requirements are increasing, driven by email, ERP, document management and imaging • This data needs to be spread across a hybrid world to reduce risk – For ultimate protection backups needs to be spread across physical, virtual and cloud targets, as well as applications, which is complicated and drives up costs • Using separate solutions drives up costs – Software complexity is costing business over 10% of their profits, equivalent to $237 billion for the Forbes top 200 firms*. Running separate solutions for disaster recovery and data protection drives up maintenance, support and licensing costs*Warwick Business School, March 2011 7
  • 8. Virtualization ChallengesVirtualization poses new complexities:Technology complexity• Solutions for multiple enterprise scenarios and interfaces may overwhelm user• Product complexity for enterprise does not support small business goals• Learning curve too longMigration to virtual environment takes too long • Migrations from P2V and V2V are not intuitive • Generic backup & recovery solutions do not optimize APIs in VMware® vSphereTMDrain on IT resources • Limited IT staff • Constrained budget for additional hardware and software licenses • IT may not be the function needing to recover files/systemsPerformance impacted by inefficient backup options 8
  • 9. Challenges in a Hybrid World 74% 74% 68% 67% 69% Moving data between P,V,C 50% Complexity across 42% multiple platforms 29% Cost of disparate 24% solutions US UK Germany • Organizations are using two to three different applications for disaster recovery and data protection • Three-quarters (76%) of organizations state that the most beneficial thing that could improve their backup and DR strategy would be a single solution for physical, virtual and cloudAcronis Global Disaster Recovery Index, October 2010, 3000 IT managers surveyed globally; top 3 options out of 10 answers 9
  • 10. Technology Adoption is Rapidly Increasing • Fast adoption of virtualization in SMBs is key trend for 2011 – Adoption will increase by 50% this year. IT environments which are virtualized will rise from 22% to 33%*. However, the majority of companies do not back up their virtual servers as often as their physical • The cloud is not just a buzz word – Cloud adoption will increase by 87% from 16% of IT environments in the SMB space to 30%* • However, some aspect will always stay physical – IT managers will always need to keep some element of their disaster recovery and data protection in a physical environment*Acronis Global Disaster Recovery Index, October 2010, 3000 IT managers surveyed globally 10
  • 11. SMB Worldwide Server Virtualization Software Spend 700 600 • $2.6 billion total market opportunity (2010-2013) 500 • Spending set to triple in virtual sweet spot Million)(USD 400 (organizations with 100-499 employees) 300 200 0-99 employees 100 100-499 employees 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 IDC: Server Virtualization Tracker Taxonomy 2011, March 2011, IDC # 227434 11
  • 12. Adoption of VirtualizationSome SMBs have gone from 0% to 100%server virtualization in 12-18 months!Where are you in the process? Acronis recognized a market need SMBs for a simple, easy-to-use solution 12 – 18 Months optimized for pure VMware environments that can be deployed quickly withStage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 minimal user training Pilot IT Production Business Production ITaaSDeployment Days / Weeks Weeks Maybe Never Weeks Enterprises 12 – 48 Months Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Business Pilot Deployment IT Production ITaaS Production Weeks/Months Weeks/Months Weeks/Months Months/Years 12
  • 13. Adoption of Virtualization Which hypervisor does your businessHypervisor Choice use? • More virtual servers will be 2% 6% VMware vSphere deployed in 2011 than during (paid) 9% 31% VMware ESXi (free) 2001 – 2010 (18 million) • 67% of Acronis customers are Microsoft Hyper-V running virtual servers on one Citrix XEN Server hypervisor 22% RedHat KVM • VMware holds 85% of the server 29% Other virtualization market • Many customers not backing up virtual servers as often as physical ones1. Acronis Customer Survey (Q4 2010)2. Gartner Inc. Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualization (May, 2010) 13
  • 14. Time for Change? What would you do if provided the opportunity to completely re-architect your backup processes from scratch, by usage of server virtualization technology ? Yes, we are currently using server virtualization (N=161) We have not yet deployed server virtualization but we plan to do so (N=76) 60% 54% 53% 50% 40% 40% 36% 30% 20% 12% 10% 6% 0% Use the same backup Use a new backup Use a third-party online backup solution/vendor solution/vendor service instead of an in-house solutionSource: ESG Research Report, Data Protection Trends (Apr 2010) 14
  • 15. Acronis® Backup & Recovery™ 11 15
  • 16. The Unified Platform Disks Acronis Backup & Recovery 11 Tape SCSI Drives, Unified Platform Autoloaders, Libraries Files • Single-pass Backup • Centralized Management Virtual • Catalog, Search Disk StorageMachines CIFS, NFS, FTP, SFTP, iSCSI, ASN • Monitoring, ReportingMicrosoftExchange • Automated Retention, Staging, Multi-DestinationMicrosoft CloudSQL Server • Deduplication Secure Level-3 Datacenter Disaster Recovery  Data Protection  Migration Windows, Linux, VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, Parallels Server 4 Bare Metal 16
  • 17. Acronis Backup & Recovery 11Agent-less Backup of VMsVirtual Machines Backup• Agent-less backup for: • VMware vSphere/ESX/ESXi • Microsoft Hyper-V• Also supports: • Citrix XenServer • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Virtual Server • Parallels Server 4 Bare Metal ESX/HyperVBenefits VM 1 Acronis VM 2 VM Agent• Comply with most stringent Recovery VM n Rime Objective (RTO)• Saves on resources and management Backup overhead as no agents are required Acronis Storage Node VM 1 VM 2 VM n 17
  • 18. Acronis Backup & Recovery 11Integration with VMware Virtual Center What this is • All virtual machines from vCenter are present in Acronis Management Server (AMS), in the same hierarchy Benefits • No need to manually register virtual infrastructure components • No need to repeat vCenter grouping • No risk to forget some VMs Additional integration points • Automatically register VMs created by Acronis Backup & Recovery 11 in vCenter • Show information concerning VM backup configuration/status in vCenter 18
  • 19. Acronis Backup & Recovery 11Instant Restore™ via VM Provides near instant recovery of physical and Virtual machines by leveraging in virtual infrastructure ESX/ESXi How it Works Storage Hypervisor • Step 1: physical or virtual machines are backed up normally M1 Archive 1 VM1 • Step 2: when backup completes it is incrementally restore to a VM <- CONVERT -> • Convert can also be on a M2 Archive 2 VM2 <- BACKUP -> schedule Option 1: To ESX(i)/Hyper-V OR • VM is saved directly to ESX/ESXi/Hyper-V • Performed by ESX(i) or Hyper-V Storage Net Share agent Option 2: To VM format M1 Archive 1 VM1 Files • Set VM files is generated (.vhd, etc.) on locally on a net share M2 Archive 2 VM2 Files • Performed by any agent (MMS) 19
  • 20. Acronis Backup & Recovery 11Improved Virtualization SupportNew for Virtual Environments • Simultaneous backups of VMs reduces virtual backup windows • Integration with Global Tree – just select VMs to back up and the software does the rest • Windows agent for ESX(i) offloads processing for production hosts • Single agent backup for multiple VMware ESX(i) hosts increases efficiency and simplifies management • LAN-free backup reduces CPU and network consumption • Support for Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV) with Microsoft Hyper-V ® *Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 is Certified. Acronis Backup & Recovery 11 will be certified promptly following release 20
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  • 22. Overview• Backup and recovery solution designed for VMware vSphere environments• Enables you to perform agentless backup of ESX or ESXi virtual machines • Recover entire machines • Recover individual files and folders• Creates an exact image (backup) of the virtual machine, including: • Guest operating system • Configuration files and applications • Resource pool/vApp properties • Datastore settings 22
  • 23. Agile DeploymentChoose the deployment option for your needs • Choose virtual appliance or install on Windows to use existing hardware ESX(i) host ESX(i) host VM VM VM VM Windows machine vmProtect 6 vmProtect 6 Virtual Windows appliance VM serviceAccelerate P2V / V2V Migrations • Unlimited P2V / V2V migrations at no additional cost • Move data from other hypervisors to VMware. 23
  • 24. SpeedEasy and fast to deploy, back up & recover • Boot from VM directly – – for almost instantaneous recovery • Install in 3 minutes, 12 clicks – versus 26 from nearest competitor • Install, back up and recover – in less than 10 minutes • Exclude files from VM backup: – Back up only what is needed • Restore entire VM – or restore individual files and folders • Fast and small – – only backs up used data block • LAN-Free – – reads data from shared storage, – removing the load from LAN and ESX(i) host 24
  • 25. Partner / End User WebinarsAcronis and VMware Educate Partners/End-users in a Joint Webinar“VIRTUALIZE IN ONE HOUR”1. Use Acronis Virtual Edition to Take an Image of your Physical Servers2. Pre-Configure a Dedicated Server Machine to run VMware ESX/ESXi3. Recover the Physical Servers Directly on the Existing VMware Hypervisor, Using Acronistechnology4. Set Backup Policies to Make Sure the Machines are Protected5. Enjoy your New ESX Virtualized Environment and… it’s backed up!8/6 was first webinar – available as a recorded webinar nowWill re-run live throughout 2011
  • 26. Summary We covered the Acronis Global Disaster Recovery Index including the key business and technical challenges as organisations move to a virtual world Acronis Backup and Recovery 11 - Unified Platform and comprehensive product offering for Disaster Recovery and Data Protection Acronis vmProtect 6 – Best Backup for VMware Attend our Webinars & Visit our stand next to VMware! 27
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