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  • 1© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.TRANSFORMINGBACKUP ANDRECOVERYEMC BRS Division
  • 2© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015Data Protection andRecovery SoftwarePurpose BuiltBackup ApplicancesTape AutomationBackup Appliances Disrupt Market Tape Marginalized Storage, Software– Functionality Peers– Software WithinStorage End-to-end DesignsWill DominateSource: IDC, Worldwide Tape Automation 2011–2015 Forecast Updateand 2010 Vendor Shares, Doc # 228692, June 2011IDC, Worldwide Purpose-Built Backup Appliance 2011–2015 ForecastUpdate: Explosive Growth in 2011, Doc # 232070, December 2011IDC, Worldwide Data Protection and Recovery Software 2011–2015Forecast, Doc # 229395, July 2011CAGR:- 1.0%CAGR:25.6%CAGR:6.2%$7.2B $12.2B
  • 3© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Market LeadershipSource: IDC, Worldwide Purpose-Built Backup Appliance 2012–2016 Forecast and 2011 Vendor Shares , Doc#234489 , Apr 2012,IDC, Worldwide Storage Software Qview, March 2012$Millions05001000150020002500Data Protection &Recovery SoftwarePurpose-built BackupAppliances
  • 4© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Tape ChallengesUnreliability of Tape Device/TapeLibraryPhysical movement of tape fromProduction site to DR siteTape media format compatibility issuewhen upgrading tape driveLong backup window and Maintenanceof a backup SAN
  • 5© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.NextGenerationBackupTraditionalBackup Tape.Disk.(Deduplication)
  • 6© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Deduplication is Accelerating the TransitionMore EfficientReduced StorageLess Bandwidth
  • 7© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Second Friday Full BackupB C D E F L G HData Deduplication: TechnologyOverviewStore more backups in a smaller footprintA B C D E F G H I JFriday Full BackupA B C D A E F GMon Incremental A B HTues Incremental C B IThurs Incremental A C KWeds Incremental E G JBackup EstimatedData Logical Reduction PhysicalMonday Incremental 50 GB 7–10x 5 GBTuesday Incremental 50 GB 7–10x 5 GBK LWednesday Incremental 50 GB 7–10x 5 GBThursday Incremental 50 GB 7–10x 5 GBSecond FRIDAY FULL 1 TB 50–60x 18 GBTOTAL 2.2 TB 7.6x 288 GBFRIDAY FULL 1 TB 2–4x 250 GB
  • 8© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Retain: Store More for Longer with LessOver one year of retention in 3U of Data Domain deduplicationstorageWeek 1Backup Cumulative Estimated PhysicalData Logical ReductionApril 14 3.4 TB 10x 326 GBApril 21 4.6 TB 13x 364 GBApril 28 5.8 TB 14x 402 GBMay 31 10.6 TB 19x 554 GBJune 30 15.4 TB 21x 706 GBTOTAL 15.4 TB 21x 706 GBApril 7 2.2 TB 8x 288 GBWeek 2Week 3Month 1Month 2Month 3First Full 1 TB 4x 250 GB
  • 9© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Deduplication Dramatically ReducesStorage Capacity RequirementsDeduplication10–30 times less data stored versus fulls + incrementals with typical retention policies01020301 5 10 15 20Weeks in UseDataStoredDeduplication storageTraditional storage
  • 10© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Deduplication Changed EverythingReduce:• Backup Windows By Up To 90%• Data Stored By Up To 30x• Data Moved By Up To 95%• CPU Usage By Up To 80%• Replication Bandwidth By Up To99%
  • 11© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.EMC DATADOMAINOVERVIEW
  • 12© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Disaster RecoveryWAN1–5%Direct BackupEMCSymantecCommVaultCAHPVizioncoreBackup ApplicationsIBMAtempoBakBoneFCData Domain OverviewUnified Infrastructure for Backup, Archive & Disaster RecoveryIBM-iFCArchive/Share DriveEMCF5 NetworksSymantecCommVaultArchive ApplicationsPrimarystorageMainframeVMwareMicrosoftMicrosoft SharePointOracleSAPNAS, SAN, DASIP (NFS/CIFS)/Boost
  • 13© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.DD Boost Software Distributes parts of deduplication process tobackup server or application clients Speeds backups by up to 50 percent Enables more efficient resource utilization Provides application control of Data Domainreplication process Supports majority of backup software marketand native utilities in industry leadingdatabasesDDBoost
  • 14© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.ApplicationClientBackupServerData Domain Boost EcosystemBackupExecNetBackupNetWorkerAvamarOracleRMANvRangerProNetVaultBackupDD Boost DD BoostDD BoostDD Boost DD BoostDD BoostDD BoostDD BoostDD BoostDD BoostDD Boost Supported over Ethernetor Fibre ChannelDD Boost Supported over EthernetGreenplumDD Boost
  • 15© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Network-Efficient Replicationfor True Disaster RecoveryLowers WAN costs; improves service level agreements95–99% cross-site bandwidth reductionSource:Remote sitesDestination:Data Center HubSupports hundredsof remote sites1–5%1–5%1–5%Archive dataBackup dataData DomainDD890Data Domain systemFlexible replication One-to-many Many-to-one Bi-directional System-to-system CascadedHomeDBWANHomeData Domain systemData Domain system
  • 16© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Enterprise Recoverability Readinessat Disaster Recovery SiteTape/truckBackup to TapeTruck to storage Truck from storageRecall tapes StartRestorationVTL/tape/truckBackup to VTLCopy to tapeTruck to storage Truck from storageRecall tapesStartRestorationData DomaininlinededuplicatedreplicationDisaster recovery(DR)-readyReplicate during backupBetter Business Recovery SLATwo copies of backup dataStartRestoration atDR
  • 17© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Methodology:Inline vs. Post-Process DeduplicationPOST-PROCESSDeduplication After Storing The more processes, the more resourcecontention− Copy to tape: Too slow to stream tape− Recovery: Service level agreementpredictability− Replication: Poor time-to-disaster-recovery− Deduplication: If interleaved with backup orrestore More administration to fight these issuesDeduplicationStore3x disk accessesto shared store Other activities unimpeded− Predictable− SimplerINLINEDeduplication Before StoringDeduplication
  • 18© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Performance:CPU-Centric vs. Spindle-BoundThroughputMB/s506,000Number of Disk Spindles50 100 150 200Data DomainFibre ChannelSATAMostdeduplicationvendorsImprovement since 2004:Throughput: ~200xCapacity: ~450x
  • 19© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Data Integrity:Data Invulnerability ArchitectureOtherRAID 6NVRAMSnapshotsEnd-to-end data verificationChecksumDeduplication, write to diskVerifySelf-healing file systemCleaningExpired dataDefragVerifyDeduplicationLocal CompressionRAIDFile SystemGenerateChecksumVerifyDataVerify the filesystem metadataintegrityVerify user dataintegrityVerify stripeintegrityEnd-to-end data verification
  • 20© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Industry’s Most Scalable InlineDeduplication SystemsDD160 DD620 DD640 DD670 DD860 DD890 DD990Speed (DD Boost) 1.1 TB/hr 2.4 TB/hr 3.4 TB/hr 5.4 TB/hr 9.8 TB/hr 14.7 TB/hr 31.0 TB/hrSpeed (other) 667 GB/hr 1.1 TB/hr 2.3 TB/hr 3.6 TB/hr 5.1 TB/hr 8.1 TB/hr 15.0 TB/hrLogical capacity 40–195 TB 83–415 TB 0.32–1.6 PB 0.6–2.7 PB1.4–7.1 PB5.7–28.5 PB1 2.9–14.2 PB5.7–28.5 PB13– 65 PB1Usable capacity Up to 3.98 TB Up to 8.3 TB Up to 32.2 TB Up to 55.9 TBUp to 142 TBUp to 570 TB1 Up to 285 TBUp to 570 TBUp to 1.3 PB1• DD Boost• DD Encryption• DD Extended RetentionSmallEnter./ROBOMidsize EnterpriseLarge Enterprise• DD Replicator• DD Retention Lock• DD Virtual Tape Library1 With DD Extended Retention software optionData Domain Software Options
  • 21© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Data Domain Replicator• Network-efficient andencrypted• Consolidate up to 270 remotesites into a single systemAdditional Data Domain SoftwareOptionsData Domain Virtual TapeLibrary• Easily integrates with FibreChannel• Supports open systems andIBM i operating environmentsData Domain Encryption• Inline encryption of data atrest• Protects against theft or lossof a physical systemData Domain Retention Lock• Secure data retention for fileand email archive data• Satisfies internal governanceand compliance regulationsData Domain ExtendedRetention• Long-term retention ofbackup data• Up to 65 PB logical capacity
  • 22© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.With Data Domain Deduplication StorageSystems, You Can…Retain longerKeep backups onsite longer with lessdisk for fast, reliable restores, andeliminate the use of tape foroperational recoveryReplicate smarterMove only deduplicated data overexisting networks with up to 99%bandwidth efficiency for cost-effectivedisaster recoveryRecover reliablyContinuous fault detection and self-healing ensure data recoverability tomeet service level agreementsWAN
  • 23© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Why Data Domain?Less disk to resource, less tomanage• CPU-centric deduplication• Inline deduplicationSimple, mature, and flexible• Simple, mature appliance• Any fabric, any software, backup orarchive applicationsResilience and disaster recovery• Storage of last resort• Fast time-to-disaster recovery (DR)readiness• Cross-site global compression– Data center or remote office
  • 24© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.EMC NETWORKERUnified backup and recovery software
  • 25© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.EMC Continues to Evolve BackupSoftware and storage designed to work togetherImproves…– Performance: Up to 50%faster than traditionalsolutions– Simplicity: One userinterface—common policymanagement– Predictability: Proven bestpractices—over 20,000installationsINTEGRATEDARCHITECTUREProtectionstorageBackup software
  • 26© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.NetWorker with Data Domain Use with existing, disk-basedor virtual tape library (VTL)capabilities Use with Data Domain Boost– Improved performance– Clone-controlled replication– Automated configuration– Monitoring and reporting Optimized for tape reductionand replication, applicationbackup challengesPrimarydata centerRemote siteData DomainFile systems and applicationsNetWorkerWANREPLICATION
  • 27© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Benefits of Data Domain Boost Deduplication distributed to:– Backup servers– Application clients– NetWorker clients Increases backup speed Reduces network traffic Clone-controlled replication– Schedules replication– Catalog awareness of replicatedcopies Ease of use– Automated configuration– Monitoring and reportingNetWorker Data DomainDD Boost DD Boost
  • 28© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Capacity Licensing Option License source capacityprotected in terabytes Benefits– Dramatically simplifies licensemanagement and maintenancerenewals– Cost-effective when deployingadvanced backup options– Reduce license keys/enablersand a single metric to track– Easy, unlimited deployment ofmost features, modules, andoptions
  • 29© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.EMC AVAMARDeduplication backup softwareand system
  • 30© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.What is Virtualization?Consolidation, simplicity, agility, lower costsESX Server. . .VM1 VM2 VM3 VM nVirtualization LayerHardware LayerPhysical Server Physical Server Physical ServerTraditional Data Center• Setup Physical Server: 1 to 2weeks– Procurement– Setup per machine• Install OS• Install Security• Install Applications• Networking configuration• Etc …Virtualized Data Center• Setup a Virtual Machine in only 10minutes– 1 ESX Server can simulate upto 20 Physical Servers ormore• Consolidation 10:1 up to 20:1
  • 31© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.VMware Terminology vSphere: VMware Operating System = Virtualization Layer vCenter: VMware management tool vStorage API for Data Protection (vADP): Applicationprogramming interface enabling software vendors to connect toVMware infrastructure and utilities Virtual Machine (VM): Your compute resource hosting yourapplication(s) ESX server: Physical server that hosts virtual machines
  • 32© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.The VMware Backup “Must Have” List Must address today’s issues– Relieve resource contention– Contain backup storage growth– Enable more-effective disaster recovery Business-critical applications– Application consistency– Granular recovery Must integrate with VMware infrastructure– VMware vStorage API for Data Protection– VMware vCenter Server
  • 33© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.EMC Avamar Reduces backup time and network load– Client-side deduplication Daily full backups and one-step recovery Optimized for physical and virtualenvironments High availability and reliability Lowers costs and risks Integrated with EMC Data DomainDeduplication backup software and systemAvamarVM
  • 34© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.NetworkBAC CDDBABACBA CBCDDABABACDDeduplication Is the EnablerMove and store less data1. Divides data into variable-length sub-filesegments2. Determines if segments are unique or duplicate3. Backs up only unique data4. Sends data compressed and encrypted
  • 35© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.VerifiedcheckpointUtility nodeSpare nodeParity acrossstorage nodesRecover ReliablyHigh availability and data integrity• Redundant Array of IndependentNodes (RAIN) architecture• Grid architecture for onlinescalability and performance• Daily Avamar server integrity anddata recoverability checks• RAID protection from disk failures• Up to 124 TB of deduplicationbackup capacity• Includes replication for disasterrecoveryVirtualization
  • 36© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Real-World ResultsAvamar daily full backups vs. traditional daily fullsData TypeAmount of PrimaryData Backed UpAmount of DataMoved DailyWindows file systems 3,573 GB 6.1 GBMix of Windows, Linux, and UNIX file systems 5,097 GB 11.7 GBEngineering files on NAS (NDMP backups) 3,265 GB 24.2 GBMix of 20% databases, 80% file systems (Windows and UNIX) 9,583 GB 80.0 GBMix of Linux file systems and databases 7,831 GB 104.2 GBSource: EMCWhile results will vary by data type and mix, Avamar candramatically improve backup performance and efficiency
  • 37© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Recover in One Step Every backup is a “full” backup Restore single files or full directories directly to the client1
  • 38© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Avamar for VMwareOptimized for VMware Backup and Recovery Application consistency– Guest-level backup Faster Image-Level backup– Changed Block Tracking for faster backups– Universal proxy with load balancing Bare-Metal (VMDK) image-level restore– Integrated with VMware vStorage API for Data Protection One-step recovery– Changed Block Tracking for faster restores– Agentless file-level recovery for Windows and Linux Streamlined management with vCenter
  • 39© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Avamar for VMware Image-Level Backup• Leverage Changed Block Tracking toreduce backup & restore processing• Provides single-step image-levelbackups & restores• Restore to the original VM or new VM• Load balancing for superiorthroughput• How it works• Proxy server hosted on a VM• Avamar agent resides on the proxy VM• Leveraging SCSI Hot Add• VMDK files are mounted to theproxy – no data movement required• De-duplicates within and across VMDKsvStorage APIvirtual proxyserver withAvamar agentAvamar client software runson the proxy serverResourcePoolVMware Virtualization Layerx86 ArchitecturePhysical serverVirtual MachinesAvamarserverMount= Avamar Software AgentVMware Image Backup
  • 40© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.ESX SERVER NESX SERVER 1Proxy Server Load BalancingProxy VMA B C E FD= DataVMware ESX Server ClusterProxy VMVMwarevCenterServerAvamarData Store. . .• How it works– Avamar automaticallyassigns VM backupjobs to available proxyservers using a roundrobin protocol– Backups are distributedevenly across availableproxy servers• Automatic and transparent• Simplifies the management ofvirtual proxy servers• Decreases management cost ofvStorage API infrastructure• Faster backups
  • 41© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.CBT BlocksFaster Restores for VMDKVMImageProxyLAN-freeLAN-freeLAN/WANLAN/WANLAN/WANLAN-freeCBT BlocksCHANGED BLOCK TRACKING (CBT) BACKUPSTANDARD RESTORECBT RESTOREVMImageProxyVMImageProxyUnique BlocksWhole VMWhole VMCBT Blocks• Changed blockbackup– Minimizes backuptimes• Changed blockrestore– Transfer delta blocksbetween backup setand virtual machine– Accelerates imagerestores
  • 42© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Avamar Backup for VMware Guest• How it works– Avamar agent resides in each VM– De-duplicates data within the VM– Moves only changed blocks• Reduces resource contention• Shortens backup windows– Provides file-level restore• Windows, Linux, and SolarisResourcePoolVMware Virtualization Layerx86 Architecture= Avamar Software Agent • Best for Application Data• Tier 1 Application Consistency• SQL, Exchange, Oracle• Highest level of deduplication• No Cost Agents
  • 43© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Integration with VMware vCenter Server• Manage data protection andcontain virtual machine sprawl• Browse to VMware vCenterServer through the Avamar GUI• Auto-discover virtual machinesand their associated groups• Monitor backup/restoreoperations in the Activity Monitor• View VM protection status(guest/image/none)Single point of management for VMware backup options
  • 44© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Flexible Deployment OptionsAvamar Data Store options meet your needsAvamar Data StoreSingle NodeAvamar Data StoreScalable RAIN GridsEnterprise EnvironmentsAvamar Virtual EditionVirtual ApplianceVMware EnvironmentsAvamar “Business Edition”Mid-Market EnvironmentsAVE• Scalable nodes• RAIN and high availability• Up to 124 TB• Sized for distributed office workloads• Centralize via replication (required)• Fast backup, one-step, local recovery• Single node, sized for small data centers• Optional replication for DR/centralization• Lowest $/TB Avamar solution• Avamar server, in a virtual machine• Guest and (VADP) image backups• Fast, changed-block recoveryRemote Offices
  • 45© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.EMC – VMware Partnership VMware as a customer of EMC– Backup 50TB of data across all its 100+ physical andvirtual servers.– Reduce their backup window from 1 week to 11 hours.– Reducing their backup network traffic by 99%. VMware as a partner of EMC– vSphere Data Protection (VDP) is vSphere’s next-generation data protection product that replaces VMwareData Recovery (VDR).– VDP is a VMware product, powered by EMC technology.
  • 46© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.vSphere Data Protection (VDP) Definition– Deduplication Backup and Recovery Softwareand Virtual Appliance powered by EMCAvamar– New GUI built on vSphere Web Client– Full image backup/recovery– Self service file-level restore Introductory product for small businessmarket segment Availability– Bundled with vSphere 5.1 (Aug 2012)– Distributed by VMware and their partners
  • 47© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.VDP Advanced Capabilities– Deduplication Backup and Recovery Software andVirtual Appliance powered by EMC Avamar– GUI built on vSphere Web Client– Full image backup/recovery– Self service file-level restore– Dynamically expand capacity up to 8TB– Microsoft SQL Server Agent▪ Entire DB or individual databases▪ Full, Differential, Incremental▪ Multi-streaming– Microsoft Exchange Agent▪ Exchange Server or individual DBs▪ Full, Incremental▪ Multi-streamingSOLD BY VMWARE& VMWARE PARTNERS
  • 48© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Comparison VDP VDP AdvancedPrice (license only)Per CPU socketIncluded withvSphere ESS+ and above$1,095ScalabilityMax deduplicated storage per appliance 2TB (~ 50 VMs) 8TB (~ 200 VMs)Max appliances per vCenter instance 10 10FeaturesAgent-less backupVariable-length deduplicationCBT for backup and restorevSphere Web Client managementSelf-service backup and recoveryFull VM and File-level recoveryIntegrity check and rollback mechanismDynamic provisioning 2TB8TBMSFT Exchange Server agentsMSFT SQL Server agentsMigration from VDP
  • 49© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.VDP vs Avamar VDP– Markets: SMB– Max # VMs: 100– Storage Pool: up to 2TB– Replication: None– Image-Level backup only– Dynamically expandcapacity up to 8TB– Microsoft SQL Server Agent– Microsoft Exchange Agent Avamar– Markets: Mid thru Enterprise– Max # VMs: Unlimited– Storage Pool: up to 124TB– Replication: Included– Image-Level backup– Guest-Level backup– Extensive application support– Physical & Virtual backup– NAS/NDMP support– Desktop/Laptop backup– Data Domain integration– Extended retention to VTL/tape– Enterprise management
  • 50© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Microsoft Hyper-V Protection Guest-level backup and recovery– Provides application consistency Image backup and recovery– Complete protection of virtual machines (VMs)– Federated Hyper-V Cluster Shared Volumes backup andrecovery– Recover VMs to alternate Hyper-V servers– Granular Level Recovery (GLR) for faster restores
  • 51© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Avamar for NAS Avamar NDMP Accelerator requests only modified data daily(level 1 dumps) Fast daily full backups and data are deduplicated at theNDMP Accelerator Avamar NDMP backups are ready for immediate recoveryNAS device(EMC VNX family,EMC Celerra, or NetApp)LAN LAN/WANAvamar NDMPAcceleratorAvamarData Store
  • 52© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.avtarAvamar AcceleratorChunk FilesCompute HashCompressData Deduplication1 TB10% change/dayNDMP Data Stream100 GB3–10 GBHow Avamar NDMP Data ReductionWorksAvamarData StoreNAS system60 GB
  • 53© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Avamar for Remote OfficesLeverage existing WAN bandwidth• Large remote offices with strictSLAs for recovery may choose todeploy the Avamar Single Nodeor AVE• Small remote offices simply needto deploy the Avamar agents onthe servers (clients)Direct to Avamar Data Storein the Data CenterSMALL REMOTE OFFICEDirect to Local Single Node or AVEReplicate to Main Data StoreLARGE REMOTE OFFICE
  • 54© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.• Convenient, nondisruptivebackups• End-user self-service recovery• Document-level search engine• Multi-language support• Cross-platform restore• No “per-client” feesAvamar for Desktop/Laptop BackupEnd-user-initiatedrestoreWindows or Mac OS XAvamarData Store...
  • 55© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Purpose Built Backup AppliancesOpen Systems + Mainframe RevenueEMCIBMSymantecOthersHPQuantumEMC64.9%2012 Total Market$2.75BSource: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Purpose Built Backup Appliance Tracker – Q42012
  • 56© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Purpose Built Backup AppliancesOpen Systems + Mainframe CapacityEMCOthersSymantecIBMHPQuantumEMC64.9%2012 Total Market1,340PBSource: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Purpose Built Backup Appliance Tracker – Q42012
  • 57© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.WORLDWIDEINDUSTRYBACKUP LEADERSHIP9 Of The Top 10 Telecoms9 Of The Top 10 Airlines8 Of The Top 10 Hospitals10 Of The Top 10 Banks
  • 58© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.OVER1000CUSTOMERSHAVE GONETAPELESSFOR BACKUP
  • 59© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Where To StartMainframeIBM iRemote OfficeVMware Desktop Laptop NASDatabaseMedical ImageFile & E-mail Next Gen AppsBaaS, StaaSArchiveLong TermBackup RetentionArchiveCloudBackup