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LEARN THE FACTSABOUT REPLICATION INMAINFRAME STORAGEJOE AMATOPRINCIPAL SOLUTIONS ARCHITECTHITACHI DATA SYSTEMSOCTOBER 26, ...
WEBTECH EDUCATIONAL SERIESLearn the Facts about Replication in Mainframe StorageBusiness continuity is essential for today...
UPCOMING WEBTECHS Mainframe Series  ‒ See on-demand webcast: How to Apply the Latest Advances in    Mainframe Storage, ww...
LEARN THE FACTSABOUT REPLICATION INMAINFRAME STORAGEJOE AMATOPRINCIPAL SOLUTIONS ARCHITECTHITACHI DATA SYSTEMSOCTOBER 26, ...
AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advan...
BUSINESS CONTINUITY AND DATA PROTECTION:ALIGN BUSINESS AND IT AVAILABILITY OBJECTIVES         Business and IT objectives  ...
SHRINKING RTO FOR TIER-1 APPLICATIONS              Percent of enterprise companies (> 1000 employees)                with ...
MAJOR CAUSES OF DOWNTIME        Average hours of downtime by cause over last 12 months                                    ...
SOLUTION TIERS TIED TO BUSINESS RISK                                                                  Multi-data center wi...
KEY TAKEAWAYS Tighter RTOs are driving the need to avoid downtime and  data loss via operational resilience solutions Lo...
AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advan...
BUSINESS CONTINUITY AND DATA PROTECTION:ALIGNING RECOVERY OBJECTIVES AND ARCHITECTURES Recovery objectives                ...
BUSINESS CONTINUITY: MAINFRAME PORTFOLIOIn-system replication        Remote replication                   Replication mana...
AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advan...
HITACHI UNIVERSAL REPLICATOR HIGHLIGHTS Hitachi Universal Replicator and data resilience  ‒ Protects production performan...
WRITE I/O ANALYSIS(PEAK WRITE LOAD IDENTIFIED)
RECOVERY POINT OBJECTIVE ESTIMATEWITH LESS THAN PEAK BANDWIDTH
HITACHI UNIVERSAL REPLICATORFILLS THE DATA-LOSS GAP   Traditional replication solutions have a return point objective (RP...
HITACHI UNIVERSAL REPLICATORRETURN TO NORMAL OPERATION  Disk journals avoid suspend impacts to return point objective    ...
CROSS-CONTROLLER CONSISTENCY
ATTIME SPLIT REDUCES RISKLinkage between Hitachi Universal Replicator (HUR) and Hitachi ShadowImage® Enables consistent s...
ONE EXAMPLE OF THIN (DYNAMIC) PROVISIONING“AWARENESS” (NOW FOR MAINFRAME!)       P-VOL                          S-VOL     ...
AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advan...
ADVANCED REPLICATION CONFIGURATIONSINTRODUCTION Primary use cases are for enhanced business continuity such as recovery  ...
3-DATA-CENTER REPLICATION SOLUTIONS:MAINFRAME 3DC cascade*                                         VSP                    ...
4-DATA-CENTER REPLICATION SOLUTIONS:MAINFRAME                                                                    JNL-VOL  ...
HITACHI UNIVERSAL REPLICATOR (HUR)INTEGRATION WITH IBM® HYPERSWAP®:HIGH AVAILABILITY WITH DISASTER RECOVERY               ...
REMOTE REPLICATION FAN-IN AND FAN-OUT          FAN-IN                       FAN-OUT                              S-VOLs   ...
COMBINING IN-SYSTEM REPLICATION (CLONES)WITH REMOTE REPLICATION FOR FAN-OUT     Clones can be taken at  «application-aware...
AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advan...
MAINFRAME REPLICATION MANAGEMENT:“REFRESHER” Hitachi-IBM® Compatibility  ‒ Hitachi storage has essential compatibility wi...
BUSINESS CONTINUITY MANAGER HIGHLIGHTS Automatically discovers Hitachi storage systems and  internal copy volumes Uses a...
FEATURE EXAMPLE: DEVICE DISCOVERY  Hitachi Business Continuity Manager automatically scans and   maps storage devices fro...
FEATURE EXAMPLE: PAIR CREATION  Hitachi Business Continuity Manager (BCM) offers both the ISPF and REXX   interface to ac...
AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advan...
HDS DISASTER RECOVERY REPLICATION SOLUTION(LEVERAGING EXTERNAL VIRTUALIZATION)
STATIC “IN-THE-BOX” VERSUS DYNAMIC “EXTERNAL”QUANTIFIED CAPEX AVOIDANCE (BASED ON HDS)                            Allocati...
SUMMARY Final thoughts  ‒ Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) is rooted in, and committed to, strong IBM    compatibility  ‒ HDS h...
QUESTIONS?
UPCOMING WEBTECHS Mainframe Series  ‒ Why Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform Does So Well in a    Mainframe Environment, No...
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Business continuity is essential for today's enterprise computing environments, and protecting your data and information is key. However, the many myths associated with data replication can be confusing. How do you sort truth from fiction. Join Hitachi solution architect Joe Amato to learn about in-system replication as well as replication to remote locations, both synchronously and asynchronously. You'll come away equipped with valuable insight into the business continuity solutions available for mainframe storage.

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  • Key point of slide is to show linkage between business requirements (left) and IT availability objectives (right).Discuss slide from ‘left to right.’ On the left - Key business objectives are to balance cost and risk. Ideally businesses must make their service objectives to customers. Thus, businesses need to consider investments in multi-site operational resilience (e.g., east/west services centers), and backup processes when 1-to-a-few services (e.g., manual processes when IT services are down, contingency staff, etc.). Finally, business needs to be able to align it’s operations when many services are affected by a site-level failure. Avoiding impact via operational resilience solutions costs more but overall risk is reduced/eliminated. Recovery from failure costs less and is ideally inversely linked to risk increase. Make the relationship between this slide and the earlier Gartner slide.The right side is where things start translating to IT in terms of recovery tiers and associated RTO/RPO.Linking left to right, high cost is for tiers with tighter objectives, lower cost are for tiers with looser objectives.Three broad categories are Operational resilience (0/0), then recovery solutions which range tighter-to-looser as you move down the recovery tiers.
  • Support slide for “Shrinking RTO” point from “challenges” slide - Should be hidden or shown as needed!Illustrates that while < 4 hour RTO has slightly increased, the component of <4 hour that is moving to < 1 hour is growing significantly.This sets up need for operational resilience solutions as well as need to move towards replication-based data protection versus backup-based for ‘most’ operational recovery and disaster recovery requirements.
  • Support slide for scheduled and unscheduled outages point on ‘challenges’ slide This is a < 12 month-old world-wide survey from Symantec of 1700 organizations with > 5000 employees Should be hidden or shown as needed!System upgrades and configuration changes account for high percentage of scheduled downtime.Solutions must be able to support upgrades while keeping the lights on.The ‘usual suspects’ for unscheduled outages (disasters) are still there! General direction - trimming out scheduled and unscheduled outages are both good things that IT will always pursue.
  • This slide closes this section by reinforcing the thoughts we want in their minds as we talk about our solutions (at the next level down) later.
  • Key point of this slide is to make linkages between recovery objectives and architectures needed to deliver them.The idea of ‘less resilience and more resilience’ as you move from one site, to alternate site (2DC) to 3DC is introduced. So, the data center deployment strategy (e.g., # of sites, distance between sites) become major decision criteria. (Not illustrated, but could be discussed here is the idea of how you get the sites, all-owned, one-owned with one-outsourced or co-location, etc.) The 3rd site column shows a link-to and transition-from operational resilience (with one or two sites) to disaster recovery with two or three sites.Operational resilience requires a tight linkage between server and storage clustering architectures at data-serving level. Network or application load balancing provides resilience higher in the infrastructure stack.Replication-based solutions yield tighter RTO/RPO than backup/restore-based solutions. Application awareness tend to reduce RPO from ‘crash consistent’ states and could reduce RTO depending on technology selected.Archives must be replicated to at least two sites. RTO/RPO is highest with 3DC solutions with ‘delta-resync’ (a.k.a., incremental resync) capabilities, arguably multi-target is a more resilient replication architectures than cascade, and migration/relocation solutions to 3rd sites also have to maintain recovery objectives. Note that this slide discusses architectures and not products. The ways that you can implement backup/restore or replication architectures in terms of data capture or data movement vary as well. However, these variances will be discussed in more technical solution discussions covered by SMEs (e.g., the DP folks, the File folks, the Replication folks).
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    1. 1. LEARN THE FACTSABOUT REPLICATION INMAINFRAME STORAGEJOE AMATOPRINCIPAL SOLUTIONS ARCHITECTHITACHI DATA SYSTEMSOCTOBER 26, 2011
    2. 2. WEBTECH EDUCATIONAL SERIESLearn the Facts about Replication in Mainframe StorageBusiness continuity is essential for today’s enterprise computing environments,and protecting your data and information is key. However, the many mythsassociated with data replication can be confusing. How do you sort truth fromfiction? Join Hitachi solution architect Joe Amato to learn about in-systemreplication as well as replication to remote locations, both synchronously andasynchronously. You’ll come away equipped with valuable insight into thebusiness continuity solutions available for mainframe storage. Attend thisWebTech to understand: The differences between 2-, 3- and 4-data-center solutions and the value of each How to avoid running out of unit control blocks and also address the problem of very large data sets required by application support with extended address volumes How to use your remote synchronous copy of data while automatically keeping the data at a secondary remote replication site in sync with the failover site
    3. 3. UPCOMING WEBTECHS Mainframe Series ‒ See on-demand webcast: How to Apply the Latest Advances in Mainframe Storage, www.hds.com/webtech ‒ Why Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform Does So Well in a Mainframe Environment, Nov. 2, 9 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. ET November and December ‒ Increase Your IT Agility and Cost Efficiency with HDS Cloud Solutions, Nov. 9, 9 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. ET ‒ Best Practices for Upgrading to Hitachi Device Manager v7, Nov. 16, 9 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. ET ‒ Hitachi Clinical Repository, Dec. 7, 9 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. ET
    4. 4. LEARN THE FACTSABOUT REPLICATION INMAINFRAME STORAGEJOE AMATOPRINCIPAL SOLUTIONS ARCHITECTHITACHI DATA SYSTEMSOCTOBER 26, 2011
    5. 5. AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advanced replication configurations Replication management Summary
    6. 6. BUSINESS CONTINUITY AND DATA PROTECTION:ALIGN BUSINESS AND IT AVAILABILITY OBJECTIVES Business and IT objectives Recovery objectives Operational resilience Tier-1 RTO RPO Cost 100% availability and no data loss Zero Zero Operational Disaster recovery recovery 1 to few service Site-wide (all) failures service failures Mins-to- Secs-to- hrs mins Local site(s) up Site(s) down Hrs-to- Hrs-to- Regulatory compliance days days Risk Retention Timely search and retrieval Tier-n
    7. 7. SHRINKING RTO FOR TIER-1 APPLICATIONS Percent of enterprise companies (> 1000 employees) with minimum RTO for most-critical applications Source: Enterprise Strategy Group, 2008 and 2010
    8. 8. MAJOR CAUSES OF DOWNTIME Average hours of downtime by cause over last 12 months • These are scheduled • Rest are unscheduled • Both scheduled and unscheduled outages are each over 60 hours each yearSource: Symantec 2010 Disaster Recovery Study – Global Results, November 2010(n=1700, employees >5000, countries >18 worldwide)
    9. 9. SOLUTION TIERS TIED TO BUSINESS RISK Multi-data center with highHigher solution tiers drive availability or automated failoverincreased “maturity” of people, Out-of-region and multiple Moreprocess and technology. data center strategies Remote replication Database log shipping Remote PiT copies Local disk replication Replicated VTL Business costs D2D backup and recovery risk Tape offsite Tape only onsite More Storage security Amount Less of data Short Less Recovery time Long
    10. 10. KEY TAKEAWAYS Tighter RTOs are driving the need to avoid downtime and data loss via operational resilience solutions Local and remote replication are moving to replace backup and restore as first-choice for most operational and disaster recovery needs Shift continues from tape as backup target to disk as backup target Higher solution tiers drive higher organizational maturity levels in people and processes as well as in technology
    11. 11. AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advanced replication configurations Replication management Summary
    12. 12. BUSINESS CONTINUITY AND DATA PROTECTION:ALIGNING RECOVERY OBJECTIVES AND ARCHITECTURES Recovery objectives Solution architectures Primary site Alternate site 3rd site Tier-1 RTO RPO Less resiliency More resiliency Zero Zero Operational resilience 3DC Server and storage clusters with synchronous replication Delta- resync Operational recovery Disaster recovery Multi-target Local replication “crash- Remote replication clones Mins-to- Secs-to- with “crash-consistent” consistent” copies (clones hrs mins and snapshots) clones and snapshots Cascade Application-aware copies Application-aware copies Migration and Backup and restore Backup and restore relocation Hrs-to- Hrs-to- days days Regulatory compliance Tier-n Replicated archive
    13. 13. BUSINESS CONTINUITY: MAINFRAME PORTFOLIOIn-system replication Remote replication Replication management Replication In-System Replication Remote ReplicationsolutionsSolutions solutions Solutions solutions Management SolutionsHitachi ShadowImage® Hitachi TrueCopy® Hitachi Business Continuity ManagerFor full-volume clones of Synchronous, consistent clones at Replication management in z/OS®business data with remote location up to 300km environmentsconsistency (~180 miles)(ATTIME split with HitachiUniversal Replicator)Compatible with IBM® Universal Replicator Hitachi Replication Manager withFlashCopy® Any distance, unique use of pull MainframePoint-in-time volumes and technology and journal volumes to Business Continuity Manager plusdatasets via IBM command accommodate link outages or enterprise-wide GUI replicationset in z/OS environments interruptions management and monitoring for mainframe and open systems Compatible with IBM XRC IBM Basic HyperSwap® and GDPS Asynchronous remote replication HyperSwap certification and/or via compatibility with XRC in z/OSintegration environment High-availability storage for z/OS® Replication assessment, migration and environments implementation services Best-practice designs that ensure results and lower risks in implementation Replication scorecard (health check) services Periodic checkups that ensure continued solution value
    14. 14. AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advanced replication configurations Replication management Summary
    15. 15. HITACHI UNIVERSAL REPLICATOR HIGHLIGHTS Hitachi Universal Replicator and data resilience ‒ Protects production performance during replication anomalies ‒ Leverages Hitachi virtualization for lower-cost business continuity and disaster recovery solutions ‒ Can improve customer’s recovery point and recovery time objectives ‒ Enables reductions in bandwidth requirements Key functionality ‒ Asynchronous replication of customer’s data ‒ Unique cache- and disk-based journaling ‒ Unique pull technology to move data to target storage system ‒ Multi-volume and multi-storage-system consistency groups ‒ Supports extended address volumes and Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning volumes ‒ 3-data-center support: cascade, multi-target with delta-resync
    16. 16. WRITE I/O ANALYSIS(PEAK WRITE LOAD IDENTIFIED)
    17. 17. RECOVERY POINT OBJECTIVE ESTIMATEWITH LESS THAN PEAK BANDWIDTH
    18. 18. HITACHI UNIVERSAL REPLICATORFILLS THE DATA-LOSS GAP Traditional replication solutions have a return point objective (RPO) gap that only Universal Replicator can bridge Synchronous TCA/SRDFA/PPRC ASYNC Bandwidth HUR PiT Copies 0 60 sec 1hr 2hr 4hr 8hr 16hr 24hr RPO
    19. 19. HITACHI UNIVERSAL REPLICATORRETURN TO NORMAL OPERATION  Disk journals avoid suspend impacts to return point objective Journal (HUR) vs. Cache (Bitmap) RPO Recovery Suspend, increasing RPO Bitmap RPO No suspend, Repaired Outage decreasing RPO * Modeled data only
    20. 20. CROSS-CONTROLLER CONSISTENCY
    21. 21. ATTIME SPLIT REDUCES RISKLinkage between Hitachi Universal Replicator (HUR) and Hitachi ShadowImage® Enables consistent split of SI pairs without suspending HUR replication Facilitates disaster recovery testing or data repurposing Maintains constant and consistent disaster recovery readiness on HUR secondary co UR P-VOL UR S-VOL SI P-VOL JNL-VOL HUR JNL-VOL SI Split SI pairs JNL group JNL group Primary site SI S-VOL Secondary site
    22. 22. ONE EXAMPLE OF THIN (DYNAMIC) PROVISIONING“AWARENESS” (NOW FOR MAINFRAME!) P-VOL S-VOL Pair create instruction POOL Delete allocated page (Write 0 and restore it Usage 0% to POOL) Data copy Get a new page (Only page allocated area on PVOL) • Pages allocated to the volume used as S-VOL are deleted (0 data is written, the areas are allocated to POOL free area) when a pair is created. • At initial copy, only the data in the page allocated area in P-VOL is transferred to S-VOL. • Because a page deletion and initial copy run in parallel, in the case pages are allocated to a volume used as S-VOL and when the total pool capacity is not enough, initial copy progresses as the pages are deleted.
    23. 23. AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advanced replication configurations Replication management Summary
    24. 24. ADVANCED REPLICATION CONFIGURATIONSINTRODUCTION Primary use cases are for enhanced business continuity such as recovery from regional disasters Secondary use cases are for relocation or migration of primary, secondary or tertiary data centers Configurations discussed here allow primary and secondary volumes and consistency groups of volumes to be in more than one remote replication relationship at a time Replicating different volumes from multiple frames or sites to a single frame or site (i.e., fan-in) or vice versa (i.e., fan-out) is also supported Although these can “link” multiple frames or sites, from a replication architecture standpoint they are 2-data-center configurations, as volumes or groups of volumes are only in one remote replication relationship at a time Additional configurations that combine in-system replication (e.g., clones) with remote replication for either data protection or data distribution use cases are also available
    25. 25. 3-DATA-CENTER REPLICATION SOLUTIONS:MAINFRAME 3DC cascade* VSP Hitachi JNL-VOL JNL-VOL S-VOL P-VOL S-VOL Hitachi TrueCopy® P-VOL Universal (sync) JNL group VSP JNL group Replicator VSP (HUR) TrueCopy S-VOL shared as HUR P-VOL in intermediate site 3DC multi-target TrueCopy (sync) JNL-VOL S-VOL S-VOL VSP JNL group VSP VSP JNL-VOL P-VOL Optional delta resync Journal group HUR JNL-VOL S-VOL JNL group VSP Primary volume is shared P-VOL for 2 remote systems Both support up to 12x12x12 controller configurations
    26. 26. 4-DATA-CENTER REPLICATION SOLUTIONS:MAINFRAME JNL-VOL S-VOL 3DC cascade JNL group Hitachi VSP Universal Replicator 3DC (HUR) Hitachi TrueCopy® JNL-VOL S-VOL multi-target (sync) JNL group VSP VSP JNL-VOL 2DC P-VOL HUR Journal group JNL-VOL HUR S-VOL JNL group VSP
    27. 27. HITACHI UNIVERSAL REPLICATOR (HUR)INTEGRATION WITH IBM® HYPERSWAP®:HIGH AVAILABILITY WITH DISASTER RECOVERY HyperSwap X IBM TrueCopy® duplex Hitachi Business Continuity Manager detects HyperSwap via Delta system messages andHUR drives automated change pairs of HUR statesduplex hold Delta pairs hold HUR duplex
    28. 28. REMOTE REPLICATION FAN-IN AND FAN-OUT FAN-IN FAN-OUT S-VOLs S-VOLs P-VOLs P-VOLs TrueCopy orIBM® TrueCopy® or Hitachi HUR Universal Replicator (HUR) S-VOLs S-VOLs P-VOLs P-VOLs
    29. 29. COMBINING IN-SYSTEM REPLICATION (CLONES)WITH REMOTE REPLICATION FOR FAN-OUT Clones can be taken at «application-aware» points in time SVOL Target/ PVOL IBM® TrueCopy® or Source Target/ Hitachi Universal PVOL Replicator SVOL SI Target/ PVOL SVOLRestore of a point-in-time target to source provides operational recovery benefit
    30. 30. AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advanced replication configurations Replication management Summary
    31. 31. MAINFRAME REPLICATION MANAGEMENT:“REFRESHER” Hitachi-IBM® Compatibility ‒ Hitachi storage has essential compatibility with IBM z/OS® ‒ IBM replication management compatibility ‒ Hitachi storage controllers support PPRC, XRC® and FlashCopy® commands (assuming applicable software licensing) without additional Hitachi-provided software ‒ Hitachi TrueCopy® synchronous is compatible with PPRC ‒ For full volumes, IBM commands operate on individual replication pairs ‒ But IBM commands do not support Hitachi Universal Replicator Hitachi Business Continuity Manager (BCM) value-add ‒ Reduce complexity, simplify management ‒ Provide enhanced control and visibility ‒ (e.g., support gen’d and ungen’d devices) ‒ Reduce risk
    32. 32. BUSINESS CONTINUITY MANAGER HIGHLIGHTS Automatically discovers Hitachi storage systems and internal copy volumes Uses a single command to manage groups of copy volumes with common attributes Receives auto notification of key copy “state transitions” Supports advanced Hitachi TrueCopy®, Hitachi ShadowImage® and Hitachi Universal Replicator features Real-time view of Universal Replicator Single, consistent interface based on TSO/ISPF Standard REXX scripting to customize and automate Optional integration with Replication Manager for combined mainframe and open systems replication management
    33. 33. FEATURE EXAMPLE: DEVICE DISCOVERY  Hitachi Business Continuity Manager automatically scans and maps storage devices from MVS to their respective storage controllers
    34. 34. FEATURE EXAMPLE: PAIR CREATION  Hitachi Business Continuity Manager (BCM) offers both the ISPF and REXX interface to accomplish pair creation ‒ In addition, BCM uses a grouping function where multiple related pairs can be operated on by simply specifying the group name ‒ Example YKMAKE STEM(“v1”) MSG(“v2”)  PPRC – Operates on single replication pairs and requires numerous parameters for each pair ‒ Example: CESTPAIR DEVN("V1") PRIM("V2” "V3“ "V4“ "V5) SEC("V6“ "V7" "V8” "V9) , MODE(“COPY") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE") CESTPAIR DEVN(X"V1") PRIM(X"V2" "V3" X"V4" X"V5") SEC(X"V6" "V7" X"V8" X"V9") , MODE(“CREATE")
    35. 35. AGENDA Introduction Hitachi Data Systems mainframe replication portfolio Hitachi Universal Replicator highlights Advanced replication configurations Replication management Summary
    36. 36. HDS DISASTER RECOVERY REPLICATION SOLUTION(LEVERAGING EXTERNAL VIRTUALIZATION)
    37. 37. STATIC “IN-THE-BOX” VERSUS DYNAMIC “EXTERNAL”QUANTIFIED CAPEX AVOIDANCE (BASED ON HDS) Allocation by Architecture Capital Purchase Forecast Tier 4 Tier 3 300 $2,500,000 Tier 2 Tier 1 $2,000,000 250 $1,500,000 200 $1,000,000Capacity TB $500,000 150 $0 Static Dynamic 100 Tier 4 Total additional savings Tier 3 over 4 years $ 841,353 50 Tier 2 0 Tier 1 This is the effect of putting local Static and/or replication gold copies for Dynamic Tier-1 and Tier-2 in Tier-3
    38. 38. SUMMARY Final thoughts ‒ Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) is rooted in, and committed to, strong IBM compatibility ‒ HDS has a complete replication solution portfolio for mainframe storage ‒ Hitachi Universal Replicator is a mature product (2004) with over 250 worldwide mainframe customers, and is on its third generation of hardware platform support ‒ HDS storage provides one platform for virtualization, dynamic (thin) provisioning and tiered storage management Benefits: ‒ Deliver SLAs that are better aligned with business objectives ‒ Reduced risk via proven, enterprise-class data protection ‒ Cost savings through ‒ Best-of-breed asynchronous replication ‒ Seamless tiered storage management ‒ Protection of existing investments with external virtualization ‒ Dynamic provisioning (now for mainframe)
    39. 39. QUESTIONS?
    40. 40. UPCOMING WEBTECHS Mainframe Series ‒ Why Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform Does So Well in a Mainframe Environment, Nov. 2, 9 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. ET. November and December ‒ Increase Your IT Agility and Cost-efficiency with HDS Cloud solutions, Nov. 9, 9 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. ET ‒ Best Practices for Upgrading to Hitachi Device Manager v7, Nov. 16, 9 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. ET ‒ Hitachi Clinical Repository, Dec. 7, 9 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. ET
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