Recovery as a Service Technical Deep Dive

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Simple, affordable Recovery-as-a-Service will change the way your business thinks about disaster recovery. Cloud-based disaster recovery allows you to prioritize your applications and protect each based on its level of importance to your business and within your required timeframe. This modernized approach to disaster recovery enables businesses to save time and money with a dynamic, self-service solution. Learn about the technology powering Bluelock's Recovery-as-a-Service solution and how RaaS can protect and recover your applications quickly and effectively.

LEARN HOW TO:
- Prioritize your applications for protection
- Install a replication agent
- Seed and migrate your data to the cloud
- Failover your remote site and failback after a disaster
- Test and declare
- Budget for cloud-based DR

http://www.bluelock.com/cloud-services/raas/

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Recovery as a Service Technical Deep Dive

  1. 1. @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  2. 2. Speakers Pat O’Day Craig Herring Chief Technology Officer, Bluelock (@ODayP) Sales Engineer, Bluelock (@craigeherring) @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  3. 3. Recovery-as-a-Service •  Architecture •  Implementation •  Demo •  How to make the next move @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  4. 4. Foundational Material If you aren’t familiar with RaaS, we recommend the following introductory webcasts for the basics: View at: http://www.bluelock.com/resources/webcasts/ @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  5. 5. Achieve a More Cost Effective DR Footprint Bluelock Confidential @Bluelock | www.bluelock.com | 5 @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  6. 6. Virtual Datacenters Virtual Datacenter Components •  CPU •  RAM •  STORAGE (DISK) •  NETWORK 6   @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  7. 7. Bluelock Virtual Datacenter (4 Series for DR - RaaS) Virtual Datacenters for DR •  only during replication •  During testing or a disaster event : , network capacity, and are added dynamically from the cloud @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  8. 8. LET’S DIVE DEEPER @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  9. 9. Virtualization refresh •  Hardware virtualization or platform virtualization refers to the creation of a virtual machine that acts like a real computer with an operating system. •  Virtualization creates the ability to take physical servers and condense them to run multiple instances of servers on one physical server. 9 @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  10. 10. @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  11. 11. PRODUCTION BACKUP @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  12. 12. Regional Retail Headquarters Retail Store HQ Retail Store Retail Store MPLS network 30+  loca)ons   @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  13. 13. @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  14. 14. COMPONENTS OF RAAS @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  15. 15. RaaS Components (at your datacenter) •  Virtual Replication Appliance (VRA) •  Zerto Virtual Machine (ZVM) •  Virtual Protection Groups (VPG) •  VMware vCenter™ Plug-in @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  16. 16. To-Cloud RaaS Production: Your datacenter Recovery: Vegas or Indy Internet @Bluelock | www.bluelock.com | 16 @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  17. 17. DATA MIGRATION AND SEEDING @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  18. 18. Network Full Sync of VPG 1 VPG 3 Incremental Sync VPG 2 Incremental Sync @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  19. 19. Optimizing replication (Data compression) Initial replication – raw feed Plenty of bandwidth (initially) RAW replication feed overwhelmed network until compression turned on @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  20. 20. RPO Fluctuation Initial seeding of new VMs, creates bursts Nightly maintenance degrades RPO and Recovery Point options (due to burst of ephemeral data) @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  21. 21. Optimizing replication (Ephemeral data) Plenty of bandwidth (initially) Nightly maintenance degrades RPO and Recovery Point options (due to burst of ephemeral data) @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  22. 22. Optimizing the solution Exclude swap and temp disks from replication to reduce maintenance burst Private, Paygo, Flexible replication circuit eliminates paying for in/out Internet bandwidth and only for high bandwidth when needed Burstable bandwith makes adding/seeding VMs to protection simple without impacting RTO @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  23. 23. Preset to Exclude Swap and Temp Disks @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  24. 24. MAKE YOUR NEXT MOVE @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  25. 25. Taking the Next Step Where you are now •  DR isn’t a priority •  DR is too expensive •  Connecting to the cloud is complex •  Cloud is too risky •  Not in our skill set to plan and manage DR Your Next Step •  Start the conversation •  Get a quote for one app •  Try it •  For DR, evaluate if this is true anymore, or old thinking. •  If you see the value, a cloud service provider can get you there. @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com
  26. 26. Connect with Bluelock Questions, comments or want more detail on DR in the cloud? Connect with Bluelock! @Bluelock | #BLRaaS | www.bluelock.com

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