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Traditional forms of backup and recovery don't work anymore - there is too much data and it is growing every day; the IT environment has become extremely complex and distributed; and service level …

Traditional forms of backup and recovery don't work anymore - there is too much data and it is growing every day; the IT environment has become extremely complex and distributed; and service level requirements have increased while budgets have not. You need a smarter approach to protecting your data.

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  • The best-in-class in scalability GREW 100% 3straight yearsNow managing up to 4 BILLION data objects in a single TSM ServerFiles and chunks of deduplicated filesDatabasesImagesSingle server architectureReduced cost of ownershipNo need for additional “media servers” as you scale87.5% reduction in the number of backup servers needed to manage 4B objects (vs. TSM v5.5)
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    • 1. © 2013 IBM CorporationUnified Recovery ManagementReduce inefficiency. Enable clouds. Generate more value from data.IBM Smarter StorageSmarter Backup StrategiesRichard Vining (rvining@us.ibm.com)Customer Experience Product ManagerIBM Tivoli Storage Software
    • 2. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage2AgendaData Protection Challenges & Why IBMStrategies for Adding Value– Data Reduction– Unified Recovery Management– Smarter Backup for Virtual ServersAdditional ResourcesPrior Enhancements: TSM V6.1 through V6.4
    • 3. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage3Let‟s agree on a few things Data growth is a major pain and cause for concern– 40% to 60% AGR with no relief in sight– Straining budgets, personnel, facilities, businessperformance– Increasing risk of data loss coupled with rising costs of dataloss The IT environment is increasingly complex anddifficult to manage– Many types of systems and applications– Storage and data are widely distributed– Need to protect against a wide range of threats You would love to reduce costs, improve servicelevels and eliminate risks– Store more with less infrastructure / software / people– Improve the utilization and performance of storage– Reduce data storage footprint and simplify administration
    • 4. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter StorageFor many organizations, backup is breaking33%of organizations will changebackup systems by 2016 dueto frustration overcost, complexity and/orcapabilitySource: Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software byDave Russell et al., June 11, 2012. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product orservice depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology usersto select only those vendors with the highest ratings. Gartner research publicationsconsist of the opinions of Gartners research organization and should not beconstrued as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed orimplied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability orfitness for a particular purpose.Data ProtectionTop ChallengesSource: Research Report: Trends in Data Protection Modernization, EnterpriseStrategy Group, 2012, N=330, top 4 responses. Which of the following would youcharacterize as challenges with your data protection processes and technologies?
    • 5. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage5Why IBM for Data Protection and RecoveryManagement?IBM CFO Mark Loughridge during the Q2-2012 earnings call… “Tivoli software was up 6 percent at constant currency and gainedshare, driven by storage software growth of 13 percent at constantcurrency.” “Tivoli Storage Management continues to perform exceptionallywell, growing double digits at constant currency for the sixthconsecutive quarter.”Tivoli Storage Managerrevenue is growing fasterthan the market!
    • 6. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage6AgendaData Protection Challenges & Why IBMStrategies for Adding Value– Data Reduction– Unified Recovery Management– Smarter Backup for Virtual ServersAdditional ResourcesPrior Enhancements: TSM V6.1 through V6.4
    • 7. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage7Reducing your data storage footprint will help … Reduce your costs– Less storage = less capital expenditures– Less data = simplified management andadministration Improve service levels– Less downtime = higher application availability– Improved competitiveness and customersatisfaction Mitigate risks– Eliminate consequences of data loss– Respond faster to events and legal/governmentinquiries
    • 8. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage8Opportunities for reducing your data storagefootprint Maximize storage utilization– SAN Volume Controller Discover & categorize your data– Tivoli Storage Productivity Center Automate data lifecycle management– Automatic data placement and migration– Tivoli Storage Manager HSM for Windows– Tivoli Storage Manager for Space Management Avoid data duplication Compress and deduplicate
    • 9. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage9Eliminate data duplication Performing periodic full backups is typically the largest contributorto data growth in a data center As much as 95% of your data doesn‟t change from week-to-week Are you making another copy of that data every weekend? Data deduplication solutions were created to address this problem– When they claim 95% reduction ratios, this is the data they’re talking aboutNever perform a full backup again•Tivoli Storage Manager – „progressive-incremental‟ and sub-file backup•Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack – block level incremental•Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack for Workstations – continuous incremental•Tivoli Storage FlashCopy Manager – incremental snapshot backups
    • 10. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage10Benefits of progressive-incremental backup05001000150020002500Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Wkend Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri WkEndWeek 1 Week 2Capacity Requirements ComparisonVendor A: Full+Differential Vendor B: Full+Incremental TSM Progressive IncrementalGigabytesNever perform a full backup again
    • 11. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage118X increase in TSM Server scalabilityData growth of 40%-60% per year?NO PROBLEM The best-in-class in scalabilityGREW 100% for 3 straight years Now managing up to 4 BILLIONdata objects in a single TSMServer Single server architecture– Reduced cost of ownership– No need for additional “mediaservers” as you scale– 87.5% reduction in the number ofbackup servers needed to manage 4Bobjects (vs. TSM v5.5)TSM v5.52008TSM v6.12009TSM v6.22010TSM v6.320111B2B3B4B# of data objects managedby a TSM Server
    • 12. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage12AgendaData Protection Challenges & Why IBMStrategies for Adding Value– Data Reduction– Unified Recovery Management– Smarter Backup for Virtual ServersAdditional ResourcesPrior Enhancements: TSM V6.1 through V6.4
    • 13. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage13Backup used to be so easy Install a backup agent on production server, schedule thebackup, copy the data periodically to the backup serverProduction ServersBackup Server Tiered Storage
    • 14. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage14It‟s not so easy anymore Proliferation of different system platforms, applications, physical locations all withdifferent service level requirements Lots of different things can go wrong, all requiring different recovery capabilities Need to balance the needs of the business (data availability, resiliency) against theneeds of the business (costs, resources, system availability)
    • 15. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage15RPORecoveryConsiderationsFailure TypesFile/EmailDeletionVirusAttackDisk/ServerCrashLocalDisasterRegionalOutageRTOLabor, SystemsBandwidth CostsImpact onApplicationsFile and PrintMessagingDatabaseMission CriticalApplicationsSolutions &TechnologiesBackupCDPReplicationSnapshotsDR / BCDeduplicationDisk & TapeVirtual TapeAppliancesInfrastructureHardwarePlatformsOperatingSystemsLocationsNetworksDesktopsLaptopsWhich tool for which challenge?
    • 16. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage16In a data disaster emergency, would you beconfident that …The right personwith the right trainingwill log into the right systemand restore the right datato the right placein a timely mannerwithout making anything else worse?
    • 17. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage17What is the Tivoli Storage Manager Suite forUnified Recovery? A bundle of ten tightly-integratedproducts that meet a broad range ofenterprise-wide data protection andrecovery requirements Use the right tool for each job Pay for the amount of primary databeing stored and managed (not forcopies of backup data) Makes acquiring, managing andbudgeting much easier (compared tocounting PVUs) Costs can be reduced with built-in datadeduplication and compression
    • 18. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage18Tivoli Storage Manager Suite for UnifiedRecovery includes …Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) Extended EditionHighly-scalable enterprise-class backup/restore, archive and disaster recoveryTivoli Storage Manager FastBackAdvanced snapshot and near-instant recovery for Windows / Linux serversTSM for DatabasesOracle and Microsoft SQLTSM for Virtual EnvironmentsAdvanced VMware SupportTSM for MailDomino and ExchangeTSM for SANLAN-Free Backup and RestoreTSM for ERPSAP R/3 IntegrationTSM for Space ManagementData Lifecycle Management for UNIXFastBack for ExchangeGranular E-mail RecoveryFastBack for BMRRestore O/S volume in an hourCentralAdministrationConfigure,manageupgrade,reporting,monitoring
    • 19. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage19TSM Suite of Unified Recovery EntryEnterprise class protection at a mid-market price Same broad functionality and benefits as the standardSuite, at a much lower per TB price point Limited to 100 TB of back-end backup data and 2 TSMServers– A single TSM Server can manage up to 4 billion dataobjects, and can easily manage 100 TB of backup data– The 2nd TSM Server can be used for off-site disaster recovery(no charge for the replicated data) Suitable for small and mid-sized organizations with 25TB or less of production data– The ratio between production data and backup data depends onseveral factors, such as● # of backups to retain● how long deleted data is retained● the use of data deduplication A “trade-up” license is available to grow beyond theEntry capacity limits
    • 20. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage20TSM Suite for Unified Recovery – Archive Option Leverage built-in archiving, at a lower price perarchived TB– Archive via the TSM backup/archive client or via theTSM API Encourages proper and effective data lifecyclemanagement when there is a desire to retaindata long term in the TSM environment To take advantage of this pricing option, simplyarchive and delete data that is no longer neededfor operational use As you archive data, you …– Reduce TSMSUR license costs– Reduce production server and storage costs– Reduce backup windows and improve performance Additional savings can result from reducing theexpiration period on backup data Read the TSMSUR-Archive Option BestPractices Guide for more detailsTier (TB) Price Reduction1-100101-250 10%251-500 20%501-750 40%751-1250 50%1251-2000 60%2001+ 70%Archive Option 80%TSM SUR is licensed on a tiered Terabytemodel; as your backup environment grows, thecost per TB of additional licenses decreases.The Archive Option has a flat price per TB.
    • 21. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage21Unified Recovery Management + Data Reduction = Smarter BackupIBMProtecTIER
    • 22. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage22AgendaData Protection Challenges & Why IBMStrategies for Adding Value– Data Reduction– Unified Recovery Management– Smarter Backup for Virtual ServersAdditional ResourcesPrior Enhancements: TSM V6.1 through V6.4
    • 23. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage23VMs have made data and storage managementmore complex Data continues to grow at unprecedentedrates, across all industries Server virtualization does not reduce thedata When a virtual server is de-commissionedor moved, what happens to its data, andthe storage capacity that it consumed? How do you manage data processes invirtual environments?– Backup / Restore– Disaster Recovery– Data Lifecycle Management
    • 24. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage24Traditional in-guest backup and recovery Install a backup agent in the guest OS, just like a physical server Run and manage backups just like in a physical server environment Downside: deploying, managing, maintaining „backup agent sprawl‟ Downside: can put a serious drain on processor, memory, I/O resourcesTiered StorageVMware ESX / ESXi ServerHypervisorVirtual MachinesBackupServerVirtual DiskVolumes Still the predominant approach TSM provides heterogeneous support TSM Fastback is a very good fit forthis approach on Windows / Linux
    • 25. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage25The new approach:VMware vStorage APIs for Data Protection Data is accessed directly from the VM storage and passed directly to thebackup server (single hop, data is not stored on the vStorage Server) Changed Block Tracking allows incremental backups without forcing a scanof the guest OS file systemVMware ESX / ESXi ServerHypervisorVirtual MachinesvStorageServerBackupServervStorage API (VADP)Virtual DiskVolumesBackup/Restore Data
    • 26. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage26Tivoli Storage Manager for Virtual Environments Utilizes VMware‟s vStorage APIs for Data Protection, including block-levelincremental backups based on VMware‟s Change Block Tracking Automatic discovery of new VMs; automatically applies backup policies Offloads the backup workload from virtual machines and production ESXhosts to vStorage backup servers Provides flexible recovery options – file, volume or image – from a single-pass backup Near-instant restore of Windows and Linux disk volumes– Data is made available immediately while it is copied in the background Simplifies day-to-day administration with the centralized Tivoli StorageManager console– TSM for VE is supported on TSM Server v5.5 and above– NEW plug-in for vCenter
    • 27. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage27AgendaData Protection Challenges & Why IBMStrategies for Adding Value– Data Reduction– Unified Recovery Management– Smarter Backup for Virtual ServersAdditional ResourcesPrior Enhancements: TSM V6.1 through V6.4
    • 28. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage28Tivoli Unified Recovery Management Offerings Tivoli Storage Manager– The leader in enterprise-wide data protection, unified recovery management and effective datareduction; supporting hundreds of devices and operating platforms with many application-specificconnectors Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack– Advanced continuous data protection and near-instant recovery solution for business-criticalWindows and Linux servers, remote offices and small- to mid-sized enterprises Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack for Workstations– Automated, continuous data protection and recovery software solution for desktop and laptopcomputers, with central management for thousands of systems Tivoli Storage FlashCopy Manager– Performs and manages frequent, near-instant, non-disruptive, application-aware backups andrestores, leveraging advanced FlashCopy technologies in IBM storage Tivoli Storage Manager for Virtual Environments– Offloads backup processes from a VMware server and provides advanced, flexible recovery options Tivoli Storage Manager Suite for Unified Recovery– Bundle of 10 TSM and FastBack products, priced by the amount of data being managed
    • 29. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage29For more informationLinks active in slideshow mode Introductory Demo Product Information:– Tivoli Storage Manager Data Sheet Web Page Tech Info– Tivoli Storage Manager Suite for Unified Recovery Data Sheet Web Page Tech Info– Tivoli Storage Manager for Virtual Environments Data Sheet Web Page– Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack Data Sheet Web Page Tech Info– Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack for Workstations Data Sheet Web Page– Tivoli Storage FlashCopy Manager Data Sheet Web Page White Papers:– Consolidate your backup systems to save money and reduce risks– Ten ways to save money with Tivoli Storage Manager– ESG: Tivoli Storage Manager for Virtual Environments– Unified Recovery Management– Extend Tivoli Storage Manager to the Cloud– Migrate to IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Easily and Confidently– Leverage the IBM Tivoli Competitive Advantages in Storage Management– Using IBM Data Reduction Solutions to Manage More Data with Less Infrastructure
    • 30. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage30AgendaData Protection Challenges & Why IBMStrategies for Adding Value– Data Reduction– Unified Recovery Management– Smarter Backup for Virtual ServersAdditional ResourcesPrior Enhancements: TSM V6.1 through V6.4
    • 31. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter StorageThe INNOVATION continuesNewin TSM v6.2 (03/2010):• Tight integration with TSM FastBack• Built-in source-side data deduplication• Automatic deployment of Windows clientupdates• Support for VMware vStorage API andVSS in Hyper-Vin TSM v6.1 (03/2009):• Increased scalability, availability &performance (embedded DB2 database)• Built-in target-side data deduplication• Simplified management & deployment• Improved integration with VMware, NetApp /N series and Windowsin TSM v6.2.2 (12/2010):• High Availability of the TSM Server, usingDB2 HADR Replication• Introduction of TSM for VirtualEnvironments in March 2011 – optimizedprotection and flexible recovery for VMwarevSphere• Introduction of TSM Suite for UnifiedRecovery in June 2011 – capacity-pricedbundle of 10 TSM and FastBack productsNewNewNewin TSM v6.3 (11/2011):• Increase scalability to 4 Billion data objectsper TSM Server• Automated client software updates acrossall platforms• Improved reporting and monitoring acrossthe family; faster custom report creation• New client data/metadata replication forwarm standby disaster recovery• Faster internal database backup
    • 32. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter StorageTivoli Storage Manager V6.4 (Nov 2012) Improved user authentication and management by integration withLightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) Improved NetApp support - SnapMirror and virtual controller supportfor NetApp snapshot-assisted progressive incremental backup Enhanced Cognos reporting to monitor backup and archiveenvironments New support of data protection and recovery for SAP HANA in-memory databases Enhanced Microsoft Exchange Database Availability Group (DAG)support and SQL 2010 release
    • 33. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter StorageTivoli Storage Manager for VirtualEnvironments V6.4 (Nov 2012) VMware Progressive Incremental Backup Optimized Performance and Simplified Backup New Configuration Wizard Application-aware protection of Exchange and SQL Support for virtual machines in a vApp Improved Reporting & Performance Full VM Restore Support for VM Templates
    • 34. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter StorageTivoli Storage FlashCopy Manager V3.2 (Nov 2012) Integration with Metro Mirror / Global Mirror Support for NetApp devices Enhanced Support of VMware Environment Support Image backup to TSM with Custom Application agenton Windows
    • 35. © 2012 IBM CorporationSmarter Storage35Thank You
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