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DPM 2010<br />Mauro Viglietti<br />maurov@tisistemas.com.ar<br />Leandro Sgallari<br />leandros@tisistemas.com.ar<br />TI ...
Session Objectives and Takeaways<br />Session Objective<br />Understand what is coming in DPM v3<br />Best for Windows Ser...
Agenda<br />Vision of DPM v3<br />Server features, with special focus on HyperV<br />Client features<br />Scalability, Rel...
SERVER features<br />“Best for Windows Servers – from Microsoft”<br />
DPM v3 – Enhanced Datasources<br />
DPM & Hyper-V Roadmap<br />
DPM v3 – Live Migration & CSV’s<br />2. The VM is Live Migrated from Cluster Node A to Cluster Node C<br />LAN <br />3. DP...
CLIENT features<br />“Best of Breed protection for Windows”<br />Client-DPML will be in E-CAL for FY10<br />
Edge Network<br />Internet<br />Backup over VPN<br />Backups outside corporate network<br />LAN clients<br />Remote client...
DPM v3 – Laptops<br />Best in class laptop protection for Windows Clients<br />Backup over VPN<br />Support for XP, Vista,...
Client backup - Challenges<br /><ul><li>Difficult centralized management
High value data but expensive to back it up
Need to empower users within corporate policies
User education required</li></ul>How DPM helps<br /><ul><li>Setup the backups centrally on DPM server
Manage with aggregated alerts and reports
End user functionality as enabled by administrator
Backup with default policies without end-user action</li></li></ul><li>DPM v3 – Centralized Management<br />DPM discovers ...
DPM v3 – File protection rules<br />Create a template of default includes and excludes for backup and identify any specifi...
Besides the familiar backup schedule options, you configure DPM to show alerts based on how many days backups have not hap...
Define the disk space usage you want to allocate for all the client computers selected<br />DPM v3 – storage allocation<br />
End user data can be seamlessly backed up by default – no user action required<br />Simple user interface, with quick acce...
More details and customizability for power users<br />DPM v3 – End user interface<br />
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  • We are most focused on what makes DPM unique – our core MS apps protectionBest of breed support, most supportable recovery
  • BIG INVESTMENT – UNDENIABLY BEST SUPPORT AVAILABLE FOR WINDOWS CLIENTSNOTE : W7 direct access is not currently committed to RTM. When discussing VPN protection, discuss with customer what the timeline is for adopting DirectAccess. Planned for DPM v3 SP1 unless customer feedback is overwhelming.
  • Select the laptops in your environment
  • Specify folders to backupYou can specify generic folders like “My Documents” for all selected laptops.You can specify exceptions like – don’t backup “My Pictures” for all selected laptops.You can also specify exclusions based on file type like don’t backup *.mp3
  • DPM admin can choose the alerting option on when should he be notified about failing backups for a client.
  • This is in response to early DPM 2007 adopters – DPM servers need to protect more production servers each.
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    1. 1.
    2. 2. DPM 2010<br />Mauro Viglietti<br />maurov@tisistemas.com.ar<br />Leandro Sgallari<br />leandros@tisistemas.com.ar<br />TI Sistemas<br />www.tisistemas.com.ar<br />
    3. 3. Session Objectives and Takeaways<br />Session Objective<br />Understand what is coming in DPM v3<br />Best for Windows Servers – from Microsoft<br />Huge client protection capability<br />Enterprise ready<br />
    4. 4. Agenda<br />Vision of DPM v3<br />Server features, with special focus on HyperV<br />Client features<br />Scalability, Reliability, Manageability<br />
    5. 5. SERVER features<br />“Best for Windows Servers – from Microsoft”<br />
    6. 6. DPM v3 – Enhanced Datasources<br />
    7. 7. DPM & Hyper-V Roadmap<br />
    8. 8. DPM v3 – Live Migration & CSV’s<br />2. The VM is Live Migrated from Cluster Node A to Cluster Node C<br />LAN <br />3. DPM automatically performs next incremental backup of the Live Migrated VM from Cluster Node C<br />1. DPM performs incremental backup of VM from Cluster Node A<br />
    9. 9. CLIENT features<br />“Best of Breed protection for Windows”<br />Client-DPML will be in E-CAL for FY10<br />
    10. 10. Edge Network<br />Internet<br />Backup over VPN<br />Backups outside corporate network<br />LAN clients<br />Remote clients<br />
    11. 11. DPM v3 – Laptops<br />Best in class laptop protection for Windows Clients<br />Backup over VPN<br />Support for XP, Vista, and W7<br />Scale to 1000 clients per DPM server<br />“Unique user data” only<br />Not the whole machine, so that the OS is not repeatedly backed up<br />Integration with local Shadow Copies for Vista & W7<br />Centrally configured from DPM admin UI<br />End User enabled restore from local copies offline and online, as well as DPM copies<br />Admin enabled restore from DPM copies<br />
    12. 12. Client backup - Challenges<br /><ul><li>Difficult centralized management
    13. 13. High value data but expensive to back it up
    14. 14. Need to empower users within corporate policies
    15. 15. User education required</li></ul>How DPM helps<br /><ul><li>Setup the backups centrally on DPM server
    16. 16. Manage with aggregated alerts and reports
    17. 17. End user functionality as enabled by administrator
    18. 18. Backup with default policies without end-user action</li></li></ul><li>DPM v3 – Centralized Management<br />DPM discovers the available computers from Active Directory and provides the admin a list from which members can be selected – just like Servers in DPM 2007<br />Also configurable through PowerShell scripts<br />
    19. 19. DPM v3 – File protection rules<br />Create a template of default includes and excludes for backup and identify any specific file types you want to exclude<br />
    20. 20. Besides the familiar backup schedule options, you configure DPM to show alerts based on how many days backups have not happened<br />DPM v3 – Frequency and Alerts<br />
    21. 21. Define the disk space usage you want to allocate for all the client computers selected<br />DPM v3 – storage allocation<br />
    22. 22. End user data can be seamlessly backed up by default – no user action required<br />Simple user interface, with quick access to common tasks<br />DPM v3 – End user interface<br />
    23. 23. More details and customizability for power users<br />DPM v3 – End user interface<br />
    24. 24. User recovery experience integrated with Windows Explorer<br />DPM v3 – End user interface<br />
    25. 25. DPM v3 – Client feature summary<br />IT admin benefits<br />End user benefits<br />Easy to deploy and configure<br />SLA based alerting<br />In the box reports for disk usage<br />Efficient disk usage by storing only changed blocks for each client<br />No action needed – backed up by default!<br />Low overhead agent<br />End user recovery from local backups even not connected<br />Backup over VPN<br />
    26. 26. Scalability,Reliability,Manageability<br />“built for the enterprise”<br />
    27. 27. DPM v3– Enterprise Ready<br />
    28. 28. ¿Preguntas?<br />
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