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  • Cloud Computing for Disaster Recovery Presented by: Jojo Colina Chief Technology Officer www.arcusit.phWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • MISSION STATEMENT   "Arcus:IT is dedicated to simplifying Information Technology so our clients can concentrate on succeeding in their core businesses.”     Wednesday, July 6, 2011
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  • • Arcus:IT Elastic Computing Platform is the First operational IaaS in PH.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • • Arcus:IT Elastic Computing Platform is the First operational IaaS in PH. • Arcus:IT brings together over 15 years of expertise in computing hardware, networking and service delivery to bring a fast, flexible, secure, resilient and scalable cloud infrastructure that is simple for clients to use and manage.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • • Arcus:IT Elastic Computing Platform is the First operational IaaS in PH. • Arcus:IT brings together over 15 years of expertise in computing hardware, networking and service delivery to bring a fast, flexible, secure, resilient and scalable cloud infrastructure that is simple for clients to use and manage. • Arcus:IT data facilities are located Internet Data Centers in Metro Manila, Philippines and San Jose, California, USA.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • • Arcus:IT Elastic Computing Platform is the First operational IaaS in PH. • Arcus:IT brings together over 15 years of expertise in computing hardware, networking and service delivery to bring a fast, flexible, secure, resilient and scalable cloud infrastructure that is simple for clients to use and manage. • Arcus:IT data facilities are located Internet Data Centers in Metro Manila, Philippines and San Jose, California, USA. • Arcus:IT owns and operates it’s own Cloud computing infrastructure.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  •  Simplify. Innovate. Partner.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
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  • •Gartner estimates that only 35 percent of SMBs have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • •Gartner estimates that only 35 percent of SMBs have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place. •International Data Corp. estimates that companies lose an average of $84,000 for every hour of downtime. According to Strategic Research, the cost of downtime is estimated at close to $90,000 per hour.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • •Gartner estimates that only 35 percent of SMBs have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place. •International Data Corp. estimates that companies lose an average of $84,000 for every hour of downtime. According to Strategic Research, the cost of downtime is estimated at close to $90,000 per hour. •According to a recent NFIB National Small Business Poll, man-made disasters affect 10% of small businesses, whereas natural disasters have impacted more than 30% of all small businesses in the USA. Hurricanes are by far the most destructive force causing power failure, flooding, customer loss, and the closure of many businesses.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • •Gartner estimates that only 35 percent of SMBs have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place. •International Data Corp. estimates that companies lose an average of $84,000 for every hour of downtime. According to Strategic Research, the cost of downtime is estimated at close to $90,000 per hour. •According to a recent NFIB National Small Business Poll, man-made disasters affect 10% of small businesses, whereas natural disasters have impacted more than 30% of all small businesses in the USA. Hurricanes are by far the most destructive force causing power failure, flooding, customer loss, and the closure of many businesses. •According to a recent Touche Ross study, the survival rate for companies without a disaster recovery plan is less than 10%!Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • On average, organizations experienced four downtime incidents in the past year. Asked to list the major causes of downtime over the past five years, the managers replied as follows: • 72% experienced downtime from system upgrades (50.9 hours) • 70% experienced downtime from power outages and failures (11.3 hours) • 63% experienced cyber attacks (52.7 hours)Wednesday, July 6, 2011
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  • Philippines experiences at least 20 typhoons every year.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Philippines experiences at least 20 typhoons every year. Around 9 of these actually make landfall!Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • The challenge companies face in Disaster Recovery (DR) planning is that it has traditionally been complex and expensive.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
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  • The ideal cloud backup and DR serviceWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • The ideal cloud backup and DR service  Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • The ideal cloud backup and DR service   • A replica of all protected systems frequently updated by incremental backups or snapshots at intervals set by the user for each system, so the user determines the settings according to recovery point and recovery time objectives.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • The ideal cloud backup and DR service   • A replica of all protected systems frequently updated by incremental backups or snapshots at intervals set by the user for each system, so the user determines the settings according to recovery point and recovery time objectives. • Full site, system, disk, and file recovery via a completely user-driven, self-service portal that allows the user the flexibility to choose which file disk or system they want to recover.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • The ideal cloud backup and DR service   • A replica of all protected systems frequently updated by incremental backups or snapshots at intervals set by the user for each system, so the user determines the settings according to recovery point and recovery time objectives. • Full site, system, disk, and file recovery via a completely user-driven, self-service portal that allows the user the flexibility to choose which file disk or system they want to recover. • Fast SLA-based data recovery. Recovery is what backup is all about, and there can be no compromise when choosing a cloud service for backup and DR. The SLA is negotiated up front, and the customer pays for the SLA required.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • The ideal cloud backup and DR service   • A replica of all protected systems frequently updated by incremental backups or snapshots at intervals set by the user for each system, so the user determines the settings according to recovery point and recovery time objectives. • Full site, system, disk, and file recovery via a completely user-driven, self-service portal that allows the user the flexibility to choose which file disk or system they want to recover. • Fast SLA-based data recovery. Recovery is what backup is all about, and there can be no compromise when choosing a cloud service for backup and DR. The SLA is negotiated up front, and the customer pays for the SLA required. • WAN optimization between the customer site and the cloud that enables full data mobility at reduced bandwidth and storage utilization and cost.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • The ideal cloud backup and DR service   • A replica of all protected systems frequently updated by incremental backups or snapshots at intervals set by the user for each system, so the user determines the settings according to recovery point and recovery time objectives. • Full site, system, disk, and file recovery via a completely user-driven, self-service portal that allows the user the flexibility to choose which file disk or system they want to recover. • Fast SLA-based data recovery. Recovery is what backup is all about, and there can be no compromise when choosing a cloud service for backup and DR. The SLA is negotiated up front, and the customer pays for the SLA required. • WAN optimization between the customer site and the cloud that enables full data mobility at reduced bandwidth and storage utilization and cost. • Data validation. There must be an automated or user-initiated validation protocol that allows the customer to check their data to ensure the data’s integrity.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • The ideal cloud backup and DR service   • A replica of all protected systems frequently updated by incremental backups or snapshots at intervals set by the user for each system, so the user determines the settings according to recovery point and recovery time objectives. • Full site, system, disk, and file recovery via a completely user-driven, self-service portal that allows the user the flexibility to choose which file disk or system they want to recover. • Fast SLA-based data recovery. Recovery is what backup is all about, and there can be no compromise when choosing a cloud service for backup and DR. The SLA is negotiated up front, and the customer pays for the SLA required. • WAN optimization between the customer site and the cloud that enables full data mobility at reduced bandwidth and storage utilization and cost. • Data validation. There must be an automated or user-initiated validation protocol that allows the customer to check their data to ensure the data’s integrity. • DR rehearsal that demonstrates the viability of your DR plan.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
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  • Challenges to Cloud backup and DRWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Challenges to Cloud backup and DR • Information transfer to and from the cloudWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Challenges to Cloud backup and DR • Information transfer to and from the cloud • Availability, assuring optimal business continuity;Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Challenges to Cloud backup and DR • Information transfer to and from the cloud • Availability, assuring optimal business continuity; • Scalability, allowing the customer to pay only for what is needed and to expand instantly as needed;Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Challenges to Cloud backup and DR • Information transfer to and from the cloud • Availability, assuring optimal business continuity; • Scalability, allowing the customer to pay only for what is needed and to expand instantly as needed; • Data validation, ensuring the integrity of the data in the cloud at all times;Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Challenges to Cloud backup and DR • Information transfer to and from the cloud • Availability, assuring optimal business continuity; • Scalability, allowing the customer to pay only for what is needed and to expand instantly as needed; • Data validation, ensuring the integrity of the data in the cloud at all times; • Security, preventing security breaches and non-authorized data access and sharing;Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Challenges to Cloud backup and DR • Information transfer to and from the cloud • Availability, assuring optimal business continuity; • Scalability, allowing the customer to pay only for what is needed and to expand instantly as needed; • Data validation, ensuring the integrity of the data in the cloud at all times; • Security, preventing security breaches and non-authorized data access and sharing; • Economics, reducing capital and operating expenses without compromising the requisite quality of service.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • STEPS TO BASIC CLOUD DISASTER RECOVERYWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • STEPS TO BASIC CLOUD DISASTER RECOVERY • Setup procedures for synchronizing data with ArcusIT. These procedures should encrypt the data using the strongest encryption possible. ArcusIT Remote Backup can accomplish this.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • STEPS TO BASIC CLOUD DISASTER RECOVERY • Setup procedures for synchronizing data with ArcusIT. These procedures should encrypt the data using the strongest encryption possible. ArcusIT Remote Backup can accomplish this. • Create ArcusIT Cloud Servers that have the same operating system, tools, core applications, and libraries as your production systems. Keep these Cloud Servers in paused mode until required to minimize cost.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • STEPS TO BASIC CLOUD DISASTER RECOVERY • Setup procedures for synchronizing data with ArcusIT. These procedures should encrypt the data using the strongest encryption possible. ArcusIT Remote Backup can accomplish this. • Create ArcusIT Cloud Servers that have the same operating system, tools, core applications, and libraries as your production systems. Keep these Cloud Servers in paused mode until required to minimize cost. • Regularly test restoring your infrastructure based on the current data in the cloud.Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Automated Cloud DR/BCPWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Automated Cloud DR/BCPWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Automated Cloud DR/BCP • Comprehensive, real-time application and data protectionWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Automated Cloud DR/BCP • Comprehensive, real-time application and data protection • Flexible deployment optionsWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Automated Cloud DR/BCP • Comprehensive, real-time application and data protection • Flexible deployment options • Recovery as a ServiceWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Automated Cloud DR/BCP • Comprehensive, real-time application and data protection • Flexible deployment options • Recovery as a Service • Surprisingly affordable, NO CAPEXWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Automated Cloud DR/BCP • Comprehensive, real-time application and data protection • Flexible deployment options • Recovery as a Service • Surprisingly affordable, NO CAPEX • The most comprehensive high availability and disaster recovery for physical and virtual servers on Windows • Real-time application and data protection • Use existing hardware, software and network • Full server protection and failover • Failover executed in minutes, not hours. • Supports MS Exchange, SQL Server, Oracle, SharePoint, BES and more • No distance limits for backup server • Near-zero data loss • Microsoft Windows 2000, 2003 and 2008 certifiedWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Remote BackupWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Cloud Servers STANDARD FEATURES • Self-Service Provisioning • High Availability • Data Replication • Multiple Hardware types • Configurable Storage • Elastic Capacity • High Assurance Virtual Servers • Supported OS • Linux • FreeBSD • NetBSD • Windows Server 2003 • Windows Server 2008 • Windows 7Wednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Virtual Private Cloud • Configured as a Private VLAN on our Elastic Cloud Platform • Isolated from other customer Networks • Private Address Range • Access via VPN or Private Line • Virtual Firewall for Internet Access • Self-Service Provisioning • High Availability • Data Replication • Multiple Hardware types • Configurable Storage • Elastic CapacityWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Managed Private Cloud • CLOUD IN A BOX • 2 or more Intel 2RU Servers with dual six core CPU • GlusterFS Cluster Storage System • Layer 3 switch • Layer 2 switch • Final configuration depends on client requirements. • Deployed at Client Datacenter behind client’s firewall • High Availability • Multiple Virtual Hardware types • Configurable Storage Replication • Elastic Capacity • Managed by Arcus:IT • Optional High Assurance Edition • Optional Cloud DR/BCP to one of our Data CentersWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT Cloud Storage STANDARD FEATURES Content Backup & • Cluster File system Raw Storage DR/VM Store Distribution Recovery • Redirection of client connections to balance load • File replication to increase availability • Automatic capacity balancing • Transparent data migrations • Self healing with continued data accessWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Arcus:IT SaaS Applications • Cloud delivered business applications • Flexible deployment options • Easy-to-use • Developed for Philippine businesses • Priced competitively • Operating Systems • Hosted Microsoft Exchange 2010 • Hosted Sharepoint • Remote Data Backup • DR/BCP • ERP and Financial • Payroll • CRM • Medical Office Management • eHealthcare Applications • Local Government ApplicationsWednesday, July 6, 2011
  • Thank You. For more information contact: Visit our website: info@arcusit.ph http://www.arcusit.phWednesday, July 6, 2011