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Your data is important to you! And you need a safe place to store your data and run your VMs at a fair price. If you are looking for storage you're looking for NETGEAR. Do you need a solution to......

Your data is important to you! And you need a safe place to store your data and run your VMs at a fair price. If you are looking for storage you're looking for NETGEAR. Do you need a solution to access and backup files from any device and any location? Home, personal use or business? Are you an SME and do you need storage with enterprise class features like two replication, continues snapshots? Or do you need a disaster recovery solution? Netgear has the solution for you!

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  • Traditionally the market was split:Simple and affordable which is where NETGEAR has had a lot of successAnd the Enterprise where BIG IT vendors play Where Technology is complex and costly Working with our channel We identified a gap which we believe the REadyDATA addresses. Provides the best of both Technology, but makes it Simple and Affordable for SMB.
  • Unlimited SnapshotsContinuous data protection with no performance impactInstantly restore to any point in time, restore files to any previous versionClone file systems
  • Online Applikation für das Management von “Replication-” und “Recovery” ProzessenZentrale Funktionen:Multi-Site Backup & Restore von Daten und Systemen “Disaster Recovery”Zentralisiertes Management – Cloud basierendNetzwerk Virtualisierung Der Sicherheitsaspekt:Zugriff auf die Management Console per SSL gesichertAutomatisches Setup einer VPN Verbindung (AES Verschlüsselung) zwischen den SystemenDer Datenaustausch erfolgt direkt von System zu System Der Mehrwert:Einfaches und effizientes Datenmanagement Eine zentrale Management ConsoleRevisionskontrolleKonsolidiertes ReportingFlexibel VPN Verbindungen oder SSH Tunnel sind keine Voraussetzungerfordert keine Konfigurationsänderungen für die VPN Verbindungen (patentiertes NAT traversal Verfahren) Standardisierter ProzessMultiple-site Backup, Restore and Disaster RecoveryCentralized managementCloud-based (no new software)Automatic VPN (no site configuration)Simple scheduling for systems, sites and jobsStandardizes processes without new licenses, software or staff
  • Traditionally the market was split:Simple and affordable which is where NETGEAR has had a lot of successAnd the Enterprise where BIG IT vendors play Where Technology is complex and costly Working with our channel We identified a gap which we believe the REadyDATA addresses. Provides the best of both Technology, but makes it Simple and Affordable for SMB.

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  • 1. NETGEAR Storage for SMB: ReadyNAS & ReadyDATA Brett Hesterberg – Product Line Manager, NETGEAR Storage Peter Levett – Director of Product Development, NETGEAR Storage 1
  • 2. NETGEAR Storage Positioning Understanding the business storage landscape ReadyNAS SMB Storage with advanced data protection (BTRFS-based) Traditional EnterpriseSolutions for SMB Entry-level NAS-Solutions (EXT3/4-based) ReadyDATA – Enterprise-Class features at SMB prices w/ blockbased replication and deduplication (ZFS-based)
  • 3. NETGEAR Unified Storage for SMB Broad portfolio for every storage need! Feature / Performance ReadyNAS 4220 ReadyDATA 5200 ReadyNAS 3220 ReadyNAS 716 ReadyDATA 516 ReadyNAS 516 Ready NAS 104 Ready NAS 102 Ready Ready NAS 316 Ready NAS NAS 314 312 ReadyNAS 2120 ReadyDATA OS 1.x BTRFS-based Home-based user ReadyNAS OS 6.x ZFS-based Small business(5 -75 users) SMB (75-500+ users) ME ( ~500 users)
  • 4. ReadyNAS is “Storage Made Easy” Understanding the NETGEAR difference + Less expensive to buy and manage •Lower upfront cost and all inclusive feature set •Lower long-term cost of management + Less complex to buy, deploy and manage •All inclusive and 5 yr warranty means no surprises •Easy management means no additional staff/consultants + All the latest technology (ReadyNAS) •Continuous data protection (snapshots, AV, etc.) •Storage efficiency (instant expansion) •Easy off-site (cloud-managed replication) •Easy access (ReadyCLOUD) NETGEAR CONFIDENTIAL
  • 5. ReadyCLOUD From Anywhere A new way to deploy and mange your NAS… 5
  • 6. ReadyNAS OS 6 Features Industry’s leading data protection platform + Cloud-based discovery, setup, and management • Your own private cloud solution + Real-Time Antivirus • No subscription. • Scans files as they are written to the device + Unified storage platform • Support NAS & SAN protocols • Thin Provisioned
  • 7. ReadyNAS OS 6 Features Industry’s leading data protection platform + Replication • No additional licensing required • Disaster recovery solution: send data to another ReadyNAS • No port forwarding/firewall rules to adjust + Unlimited Snapshots • Continuous data protection w/ no performance impact • Instantly restore to any point in time, restore files to any previous versions • Clone file systems 7 Footer use for Presentation Title or footnotes
  • 8. File Sharing ReadyNAS/ReadyDATA ReadyNAS for versatile remote access ReadyDATA for capacity and block operations 8
  • 9. Backup of Clients and Servers ReadyNAS/ReadyDATA ReadyNAS Strengths: • AD Integration • Incremental backups (rsync) • Snapshot protection • Inline compression • Easy expansion (XRAID) ReadyDATA Bonus: • Real-time & block-level replication • Compression/dedupe • Scale (up to 240TB) 9
  • 10. Disaster Recovery & Multi-Site Easy backup and fast restore… DR-Site Data via VPN (not cloud) Management via web Schule School #1 ReadyNAS: File-level replication ReadyDATA: Block-level replication School #2 School #3
  • 11. Virtualization ReadyNAS Strengths: • Thin provisioning • Good solution for local environments ReadyNAS / ReadyDATA 11 ReadyDATA Strengths • Snapshot protection • Continuous block-level replication (CDP) • Scale • Performance (SAS/SSD Caching)
  • 12. ReadyNAS Surveillance Complete surveillance solution with NETGEAR… 12
  • 13. Desktop NAS Landscape Highest performance desktop NAS on the market… ReadyNAS 716X Synology DS3612xs Theucs N8850 CPU Intel Xeon Quad Core 2.5GHz Intel i3 Dual Core 3.1GHz Intel i3 Dual Intel i3 Dual Core 3.3 GHz Core 3.3 GHz Memory 16GB ECC 2GB ECC 4GB 2 GB LAN 2 GE + 2 10GBase-T 4 GE 2 GE 2 GE Read Performance 430 MB/sec 179 MB/sec* 199 MB/sec* 108 MB/sec ^ Write Performance 725 MB/sec 217MB/sec* 189 MB/sec* 108 MB/sec ^ * Hardware.info results ^ Smallnetbuilder results 13 QNAP TS1079 Pro
  • 14. ReadyDATA for High-Performance Solving SMB Issues w/ Enterprise Tools + Unified (NAS/SAN) storage w/ all protocols (iSCSI/NFS/SMB/AFP/FTP) + Performance boost w/ SSD-caching + Instant expansion and continuous data protection with unlimited snapshots and clones + Cloud-managed block-level replication for disaster recovery + Advanced storage efficiency (dedupe, compression, thin provisioning) 14
  • 15. ReadyDATA 5200 Scalability & Performance + Primary Enclosure (2RU) •16GB Cache •Dual 1Gb/s Ethernet •Dual 10Gb/s Ethernet •Dual 6Gb/s SAS Connectivity •Redundant Hot-swap PSU + Disk Enclosure (4RU) Dual 1GbE 6Gb/s SAS 2RU RD5200 primary enclosure 4RU •24 x 3.5” Drives •Hot-swap PSU + Total Scalability •60 x 3.5” Drives •240TB Dual 10GbE Disk enclosure #1 (optional) 4RU Disk enclosure #2 (optional)
  • 16. ReadyDATA Solution Areas Virtualization Environments (in SMB) Key Technologies: • • • iSCSI and NFS to host VMs Unlimited snapshots for point-in-time copies of VMs Block-based replication for easy replication of large VMs
  • 17. ReadyDATA OS 1.4 Failback replication for easy disaster recovery + Problem: The biggest challenge to face once you failover to a DR location is the idea of somehow getting your data back to it’s original location + Solution: Failback replication, means if your primary location comes online you can replicate back by only sending new blocks that have been created whilst your business used the offsite location. 17 Footer use for Presentation Title or footnotes
  • 18. ReadyDATA OS 1.4 Failback replication for easy disaster recovery Production Location Disaster Recovery Location ReadyDATA 5200 ReadyDATA 5200 internet Replication In this solution we have some users accessing data on a primary ReadyDATA that is configured with hourly snapshot protection and replication to a DR Location. The ReadyDATA 5200s could be hosting files, VMs, databases, iSCSI LUNs, or even backup Images etc … 18 Footer use for Presentation Title or footnotes
  • 19. Failback Replication Production Location Disaster Recovery Location ReadyDATA 5200 ReadyDATA 5200 internet Replication When your Production Location goes offline, your DR Location springs into action! 19 Footer use for Presentation Title or footnotes
  • 20. Failback Replication Production Location Disaster Recovery Location ReadyDATA 5200 ReadyDATA 5200 internet The administrator makes the data in DR Location available for everyone. This is a fast process as data doesn’t need to be restored. Users start to access and create new data. 20 Footer use for Presentation Title or footnotes
  • 21. Failback Replication Production Location Disaster Recovery Location ReadyDATA 5200 ReadyDATA 5200 internet At some point the Production site comes online, but is now out of date 21 Footer use for Presentation Title or footnotes
  • 22. Failback Replication Production Location Disaster Recovery Location ReadyDATA 5200 ReadyDATA 5200 internet Failback Replication Now we can configure a new replication job (Failback Replication) to send any changed data from the DR site back to the original location. 22 Footer use for Presentation Title or footnotes
  • 23. Failback Replication Production Location Disaster Recovery Location ReadyDATA 5200 ReadyDATA 5200 internet Failback Replication We then get our user to start using the primary site again when it’s convenient and remove the “Failback” Replication Job. 23 Footer use for Presentation Title or footnotes
  • 24. Failback Replication Production Location Disaster Recovery Location ReadyDATA 5200 ReadyDATA 5200 internet Replication Finally, we recreate the original replication job, without the need to send any new data! … At this point we have failed back from DR and the Primary site is protected once more. 24 Footer use for Presentation Title or footnotes
  • 25. ReadyDATA Protection: Edge to Core Centrally managed storage improves efficiency… + Central office w/ 3 remote offices •Dedicated IT staff at HQ w/ RD5200 •RD516 file share deployed at ROBO set to continuous snapshots •All data replicated back to HQ + Slides deleted at ROBO? •At HQ, Admin checks replicated snapshots from RD516 now residing on local RD5200 •Admin recovers PPT from a past snapshot and problem is solved without need for a visit to the remote office. 25
  • 26. 2012 Market Share: Units WW NAS/Unified Storage Total Units Netgear Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) EMC Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) NetApp Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) Dell Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) HP Worldwide Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) Others Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) Total #1 2012 137,321 21.2 26.1 47,705 7.4 -10.4 33,663 5.2 54.0 11,861 1.8 0.7 12,404 1.9 7.2 402,041 62.2 -6.0 646,277 <$5K Units Netgear Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) EMC Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) HP Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) Dell Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) Fujitsu <$5K Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) Others Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) Total #1 Source: Gartner, “Market Share: Network-Attached Storage/Unified Storage, Worldwide, 2012” 2012 137,321 24.8 26.1 33,665 6.1 -24.1 5,346 1.0 -15.8 5,578 1.0 -4.8 13 0.0 NA 372,632 67.2 -8.9 554,555
  • 27. 2012 Market Share: Revenue WW NAS/Unified Storage Total Revenue 2012 NetApp 653.3 Market Share (%) 35.0 Growth Rate (%) 87.6 EMC 307.9 Market Share (%) 16.5 Growth Rate (%) 56.3 HP 101.0 Market Share (%) 5.4 Growth Rate (%) 24.8 Netgear 98.8 Worldwide Market Share (%) 5.3 Growth Rate (%) 16.6 Dell 74.3 Market Share (%) 4.0 Growth Rate (%) 3.8 Others 615.8 Market Share (%) 33.0 Growth Rate (%) 25.7 Total 1,865.8 #4 <$5K Revenue Netgear Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) EMC Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) Dell Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) <$5K HP Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) Dell Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) Others Market Share (%) Growth Rate (%) Total #1 Source: Gartner, “Market Share: Network-Attached Storage/Unified Storage, Worldwide, 2012” 2012 98.8 19.4 16.6 55.2 10.8 22.5 26.8 5.3 1.9 23.5 4.6 -20.5 26.8 5.3 1.9 305.0 59.9 10.1 509.4
  • 28. NETGEAR Competitive Advantage The NETGEAR Advantage The NETGEAR Advantage • • • • • • • • • • • • • Unlimited Snapshots Advanced replication Real-time AV ReadyCLOUD flexibility in access and management Warranty and support Advanced functions with ReadyDATA No-licenses No other Desktop NAS 30-80% less TCO Ease-of-Use Warranty and support Replication solution All relevant features included