2012.04.18 - IBM SmartCloud Virtualized Server Recovery - SmartCloud Services

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Présentation de l'offre Virtualized Server Recovery d'IBM [SmartCloud Services]

Présentation de l'offre Virtualized Server Recovery d'IBM [SmartCloud Services]

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  • This slide depicts the challenges associated with disaster recovery on a physical infrastructure, including a set of identical hardware between two different sites, idle hardware, and the complex recovery process from configuring hardware, installing the operating system, configuring the operating system, installing a backup and restore agent, and beginning recovery.
  • This slide depicts additional challenges of physical recovery, and the associated pain points and needs.
  • This graph depicts survey results of company IT decision makers who were asked the question: Which of the following best describes your company’s current status regarding server virtualization? Most companies have already begun virtualizing production—even if just at their headquarters. If they haven’t implemented virtualization, most plan to within the next 12 months. The natural extension of this is virtualized recovery.
  • This chart depicts survey results of IT decision makers who were asked to rate the importance of several server recovery objectives for their company’s [V2V OR V2V AND P2V: virtual] [P2V: physical] servers. Percents based on a 7-point scale where 1 is “not important at all” and 7 is “extremely important”. Reducing risk associated with human error , improving scalability and reducing cost , time and complexity to recover are also important among nearly two-thirds. Minimizing data loss and improving reliability are the most important server recovery objectives, along with reducing human error due to manual recovery operations and improving scalability to meet increasing recovery needs.
  • This slide depicts the way our service can address the pain points of physical recovery with virtualized server recovery and lists associated benefits.
  • As a fully managed cloud service, you can recover your virtualized or non-virtualized servers with this service. Your data is backed up on a virtualized cloud infrastructure at IBM’s secure, hardened recovery center. By incorporating automation and advanced cloud management technologies, virtualized server recovery eliminates most manual recovery steps and greatly improves recovery reliability. Virtualization software eliminates the onerous (and sometimes impossible) chore of trying to recover your applications on non-like hardware. As an optional service, data replication and backup options can be purchased from IBM, in addition to the Virtualized Server Recovery service.
  • This slide depicts how our service supports mixed server environments at diverse locations.
  • This slide depicts the processes by which our service assists clients in server recovery.
  • This slide represents the range of our success stories.

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  • 1. IBM SmartCloud VirtualizedServer RecoveryGet improved server recovery reliability and shorter recovery timeBUP03088USEN-00 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 2. IBM Global Technology ServicesExecutive summary Today’s rapid business environment does not allow for downtime, even in the event of a disaster, so organizations want to increase the reliability of recovery and in turn, minimize data loss. Many companies have already begun to virtualize their production server environment and need to apply virtualization technologies to the recovery process, whether their server environment is virtualized, non-virtualized, or both. IBM SmartCloud Virtualized Server Recovery provides faster recovery, reduces data loss and improves server recovery reliability by leveraging automation and cloud technologies. Our service offers the flexibility of remote server recovery and supports virtualized and non-virtualized server environments in a subscription-based pricing model thats designed to provide predictable costs. IBM has deep experience with IT resiliency, plus world-class automation and advanced cloud tools.2 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 3. IBM Global Technology ServicesYour business needs to be prepared at all times, for all types ofdisruptions, across all devices.With increased complexity and cost of downtime, your infrastructure needs to becomemore dynamic to rapidly identify and respond to risks or opportunities. An effectivebusiness resilience solution will enable you to: Manage risk with an enterprise-wide resiliency strategy Reduce cost through proactive incident response and reduced downtime Ensure resilient service delivery in a 24- hour, 7-day-a-week world Respond with speed and agility while minimizing risk exposure Meet with regulatory requirements of the business3 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 4. IBM Global Technology ServicesThere are many challenges associated with disaster recovery on aphysical infrastructure. Require identical hardware for recovery Site A Site B  Double costs, increases complexity  Accurate configuration information is critical Idle hardware  Need standby hardware for faster recovery time objective  Repurposing servers at time of disaster is labor-intensive and time-consuming Slow, complex recovery process  Different solutions for different availability tiers  Separate procedures for system and data disks Configure hardware Install OS Configure operating Install Start “Single-step backup system automatic  Separate procedures for desktop PCs (OS) and restore recovery” agent  Multi-step recovery processes4 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 5. IBM Global Technology ServicesYou need a recovery service that can speed recovery times andincrease server recovery reliability.Challenges of recoveryon physical infrastructure: Need for faster recovery and increased reliability of recovery in the event of an IT disruption High cost associated with maintaining redundant in-house servers Risk of failure to recover on unlike High cost and complexity hardware associated with need for travel to physical infrastructure at time of disaster5 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 6. IBM Global Technology ServicesMany companies having implemented server virtualization, createlarge potential for recovery solution that support virtualized servers. Company’s current status regarding server virtualization Implemented server virtualization and 31% plan to extend it 57% 53% Implemented server virtualization but NO 67% 4% plans to extend 84% NOT implemented server virtualization, but plan to in the next 9% 12 months. 10% Aware of server 62% virtualization, but NO 12% plans to implement 36% 31% NOT aware of server virtualization 20% 16% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% Total Mid-market Large enterprise V2V* Respondents P2V** Respondents*Virtual-to-virtual, **Physical-to-virtualBase sizes: Total=318, MM=97, LE=221, V2V=159, P2V=159Source: IBM Virtualized Server Recovery Services Offering Development Research, October 20106 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 7. IBM Global Technology ServicesMinimizing data loss and improving reliability are the most importantserver recovery objectives to IT decision makers. Importance of server recovery objectives – total (Chart shows top 5 objectives of 18 total) Server Recovery Objectives Importance Of Objective (Extremely Important, % 6-7) Minimize data loss at time of recovery 70% Improve reliability of recovery in case of a disaster 68% Reduce risk of human error due to manual 64% recovery operations Improve scalability to meet increasing 61% recovery needs Reduce costs 60%Base size: Total = 318Source: IBM Virtualized Server Recovery Services Offering Development Research, October 20107 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 8. IBM Global Technology ServicesIBM SmartCloud Virtualized Server Recovery provides fasterrecovery, increased reliability of server recovery, while minimizingdata loss. Our service can help you: Achieve shorter, near zero, Reduce the risk of failure Avoid the need for travel by Recovery Time Objective to recover on un-like using remote access self i.e. RTO and Recovery hardware at recovery -management tools Point Objective i.e. RPO center Client benefits: • Minimizes data loss with shorter RPO • Increases recovery reliability, as virtualization eliminates risk of failure to recover on unlike hardware • Manage recovery operations remotely and avoid need for travel to recovery site • Almost eliminates your business down time with near zero RTO • You may more easily and frequently test the failover and recovery • Virtual machines for server failover available on the fly for you • Predictable costs with our subscription per server per month pricing model8 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 9. IBM Global Technology ServicesOur service does the heavy lifting for you and is offered on asubscription basis. Offering features:  Fully managed cloud service, to bring alive in minutes your servers with their systems, applications and associated data in our recovery center, to run your business applications  Server recovery is offered via subscription on a “per-server” basis, providing you with more predictable costs  Three distinct service elements to serve your needs fully: – ‘Always available virtual machine’ to recover mission-critical servers – Cost-effective ‘disaster and test virtual machine’ to recover non-mission-critical servers – ‘Imported media virtual machine’ to migrate your traditional recovery approaches to cloud recovery  ‘Always available virtual machine’ service element may be used by you for backup, archive and test, besides recovery  Supports ‘cross-server consistency’ to ensure your applications run seamlessly when your servers failover to our cloud recovery infrastructure9 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 10. IBM Global Technology ServicesOur service also encompasses a wide range of server types andmany operating system environments. Headquarters Virtualized servers Branch Office Branch Office Branch Office Physicalservers Physicalservers PhysicalserversBenefits for mixed server environments: One fully managed service regardless of server environment. We handle the virtualized servers at your headquarters as well as the physical servers in your branch offices, for example. Eliminates the need for travel from office to office or to a physical recovery site in the event of a disaster.10 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 11. IBM Global Technology ServicesRecovery of clients with virtualized or physical servers supported,both with continuous replication and imported media approach. IBM Intranet Physical and virtualized servers Physical and virtualized servers NAS AIX AIX® Windows® Windows Linux Linux® Web Portal Internet No Replication Authenticate Failover Client environment Failback Replication Dashboard Reports IBM BCRS1 Recovery Center BCRS LAN SAN2 Recovery Servers Cloud Recovery Replication Management Servers System BCRS SAN1 BCRS – Business Continuity and Resiliency Services; 2SAN – Storage area network11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 12. IBM Global Technology ServicesOur service is designed to fulfill your faster and reliable serverrecovery needs, minimizing data loss. Feature Benefit No special tools, training or maintenance required; around-the-clock monitoring Fully-managed of recovery environment Service delivery Avoids human errors in manual operations, faster provisioning and shorter automation recovery time objective Secure remote web Enables easier self-management of recovery, eliminates need for travel to portal management physical recovery site Recovery on Avoids the challenges of manual workarounds in recovery on physical servers non-like hardware and subsequent recovery delays Scalable service Ability to adjust service as your needs change Cost-effective Better service levels at a reduced cost than traditional recovery; subscription- solution based for predictable costs Pay-as-you-go with Reserved capacity pool package – ability to provision and de-provision virtual reserved capacity machines within chosen pool size limits periodically Recovery service You failover in a minute for always available virtual machine service element levels and within 30 minutes for disaster and test virtual machine service element12 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 13. IBM Global Technology ServicesOur service is designed to fulfill your faster and reliable serverrecovery needs, minimizing data loss. (continued) Feature Benefit Supports wider Same service supports a mix of servers in the IT infrastructure with server types and Microsoft® Windows®, IBM AIX®, Linux® operating systems Supports electronic transport of applications Virtually eliminates the risks of theft during physical transport and data Server recovery Covers both your servers and the data (server and data replication). combined with data Replication of data to a hardened offsite location helps improve reliability, replication increase security and speed recovery time. Flexible usage of Beyond recovery needs, recovery infrastructure can be used to support recovery infrastructure operational needs (development and testing) as well as disaster scenarios, (for always available using continuously available virtualized servers at IBM centers virtual machine) Billing that bundles all elements of virtualized server recovery services into a Integrated billing single itemized bill Recovery infrastructure Addresses network latency delays and local data residency in multiple countries compliance issues13 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 14. IBM Global Technology ServicesOur service includes a number of differentiating features designed toadd even greater value to your server recovery plan. These include:  Support for both virtualized and non-virtualized server environments helps ensure continuity coverage for your mixed environments  A multi-platform plan that supports Windows®, AIX® and Linux® operating environments  Comprehensive portfolio of service elements that serves your needs fully: – ‘Always available virtual machine’ to recover mission-critical servers – Cost-effective “disaster and test virtual machine” to recover non-mission-critical servers – ‘Imported media virtual machine’ to migrate your traditional recovery approaches to cloud recovery services  ‘Always available virtual machine’ service element may be used by you for backup, archive and test, besides recovery  Supports ‘cross-server consistency’ to ensure your applications run seamlessly when your servers failover to our cloud recovery infrastructure  Our potential to place cloud services infrastructure near you in our 165 centers, for shorter recovery time objective, is unmatched in the industry14 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 15. IBM Global Technology ServicesOur experience demonstrates proven success. Enterprise Rent-A-Car Cargill VF Services  Signed contract for 356  Signed contract for 87  Signed virtual contract servers to be servers to be for 85 servers to be recovered on 7 recovered on 3 VMware recovered on 5 VMware VMware host servers host servers host servers  Virtual solution resulted  Client came to us  Client saw this as a in 18 percent more looking for virtual means to address revenue than physical options, as a means to dissimilar hardware  Future: Client has 600 address dissimilar recovery Intel® servers; virtual hardware recovery solution allows for  Virtual solution resulted cost avoidance with in 8 percent more future growth revenue than physical15 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 16. IBM Global Technology ServicesTrademarks and notesIBM Corporation 2011 IBM, the IBM logo and ibm.com are registered trademarks, and other company, product or service names may be trademarks or service marks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. A current list of IBM trademarks is available on the Web at “ Copyright and trademark information” at www.ibm.com/legal/copytrade.shtml Adobe, the Adobe logo, PostScript, the PostScript logo, Cell Broadband Engine, Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Inside, the Intel Inside logo, Intel Centrino, the Intel Centrino logo, Celeron, Intel Xeon, Intel SpeedStep, Itanium, IT Infrastructure Library, ITIL, Java and all Java-based trademarks, Linux, Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, the Windows logo, and UNIX are trademarks or service marks of others as described under “Special attributions” at: http://www.ibm.com/legal/copytrade.shtml#section-special Other company, product and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others. References in this publication to IBM products or services do not imply that IBM intends to make them available in all countries in which IBM operates. © 2011 IBM Corporation