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  • DRP BCP for Menora Pini Cohen EVP & Senior Analyst Architecture & Infrastructure Strategies [email_address]
  • Market Status and Trends DRP BCP
    • The second Lebanon war has raised the BCPDRP issue. Organizations realize that all of Israel might be under missile threat
    • This has two implications:
      • Better shelters are considered for Data Centers
      • Out of Israel BCPDRP solutions are considered
    • DRP is more and more related to Regulations . Israel Standard for Risk Management #5300 is starting to effect the DRPBCP market. We expect more vertical regulations to follow
    • Interesting project – EDS at FIBI with HDS – DRP outside Israel with 10MB/SEC line and journaling
  • Agenda
    • Current BCPDRP situation
    • Definitions
    • Categories
    • Pitfalls
    • Justification
    • BCPDRP service levels
    • Related Technologies
    • DRP related technologies
  • Gaps in Best Practices
    • <40% (less then!) of BC plans address resumption
      • Moving from backup site to primary site
    • <50% (less then!) of BC plans address
      • Personnel transportation
      • Telecommunication and network outages
    • Only 66% of organizations regularly validate data backups
    • Only 65% of BC plans include policies on speaking to the media
    • One-third of plans do not include recovery “sequences” for business functions
    • 75% of recovery configurations are “ out of sync ” with their production configurations
    • Significant lack of senior-executive participation in planning
    • Only 25% of organizations include BC training for all key personnel
  • DRBCP Facts As Datacenters consume more electricity, the chance for fire increases Primary Reason for DR/BC 33% Regulatory Compliance 34% Stakeholder Protection 16% Past Business Interruption 7% Public Relations 10% Other Causes of Data Loss Hardware System 44% Human Error 32% Software 14% Virus 7% Natural Disaster 3%
  • Organizations Without Documented Plans Source: Cutter Emergency Preparedness: The Need for Enterprise-Wide Efforts
  • What do you consider to be your organization’s biggest threat with regard to being able to continue business? Source: Cutter Emergency Preparedness: The Need for Enterprise-Wide Efforts
  • Approximately what percentage of your organization’s total IT budget is dedicated to emergency preparedness, business continuity, and disaster recovery? Source: Cutter Emergency Preparedness: The Need for Enterprise-Wide Efforts
  • Agenda
    • Current BCPDRP situation
    • Definitions
    • Categories
    • Pitfalls
    • Justification
    • BCPDRP service levels
    • DRP related technologies
  • Definitions
    • BCM (Business Continuity Management) The development, maintenance and implementation of strategies; plans and actions to ensure the continued availability of critical business processes and services
    • Disaster Recovery Planning ( DRP ) is a subset of Business Continuity Planning (BCP) that focuses on the processes, plans, and procedures to recover an organization’s technology infrastructure to support critical business processes and functions within a predetermined time after a disaster or unplanned disruption in operations.
    www.tenders.tas.gov.au/domino/dtf/dtf.nsf/0/1ed10d1fa4fcdb39ca256f1d00060555/$FILE/BCM%20Seminar%20220306.ppt
  • Example of BCM activities considerations
    • Evacuation
    • Setting up an information centre, to register employees and make an inventory of missing or wounded people
    • Care for employees; families and victims; community
    • Setting up communication and IT networks
    • Creating alternative office space
    • Reallocation - Transportation & hotels near the alternative office space
    • Managing / Recovering day to day business
    • Security (physical security)
    • Reputation Management
    Source: www.tenders.tas.gov.au/domino/dtf/dtf.nsf/0/1ed10d1fa4fcdb39ca256f1d00060555/$FILE/BCM%20Seminar%20220306.ppt stki modifications
  • The Ongoing Trend: Eliminating Data Loss on Recovery
    • IT must deliver current-state recovery capability by application or LOB
    • For each application, business leaders have traditionally defined:
      • RTOs: Recovery time objectives
      • RPOs: Recovery point objectives
      • LBO: Lost business opportunity
      • Required recovery classes
      • Financial impact of outages (e.g., hour, day, week, month)
    • IT should provide a categorization framework for the evaluation
    Crisis Classification Recovery From RPO State RTO Lost Business Opportunity Recovery Point Failure Point Lost Data RPO Time Restart Point
  • Market status and Trends
    • IBM BCRS selected clients: Menora, Dexia, Ayalon, Mekorot, Novolog, Yashir Insurance, New Kopel, Saifan, Poalim Sahar, Given imaging, Postil, Danel, Psagot, Albat, Harel Insurance, IEC, Amidar, Technion, Keren Makafet, Tambor, Mehish, Malam IDBI
    • Med1 – Hosting selected clients: Teva, Leumit Health Services, Asuta, Migdal, Brom, Broadcom, TI, Tadiran Kesher, Clal Insurance, Cafronet
    • Med1 – DRP selected clients: Leumi Card, Bank Israel, YES , ZIM, AudioCodes, Partner (transmission pop) , Meshek and Calcala Company , Netivey Gas, Smarteam, AIG, Shva, Bituach Haklai
    • HP is hosting (DRP – selected clients) - Tel Aviv Stock Exchange   , Oradio, BNP Bank, Mashbir Machsanei Ofna, Bank Yahav, Elihu Insurance, HSBC Bank, Mashbir Haklai
    All Rights Reserved @STKI Moshav Bnei Zion, Israel +972 9 74 444 74 www.stki.info
  • BCM - A Viewpoint
    • BEING PROPERLY PREPARED IS A COMPLEX SCIENCE
    Marsh www.tenders.tas.gov.au/domino/dtf/dtf.nsf/0/1ed10d1fa4fcdb39ca256f1d00060555/$FILE/BCM%20Seminar%20220306.ppt
  • Agenda
    • Current BCPDRP situation
    • Definitions
    • Pitfalls
    • Justification
    • BCPDRP service levels
    • DRP related technologies
  • Pitfalls and mistakes – BCP BCM
    • IT is in charge
    • BCP vs. DRP - Lack of integration with DR (e.g., data center plans not providing voice/data network, systems, and personnel support for work-area recovery )
    • Lack of education and awareness of explicit roles and responsibilities
    • Lack of maintenance/updates
    • Business executives believe backed-up information can be recovered quickly
    • Users test the ability to recovery systems separately but do not check consistency of systems and data
  • Agenda
    • Current BCPDRP situation
    • Definitions
    • Pitfalls
    • Justification
    • BCPDRP service levels
    • DRP related technologies
  • Business Case for BCP & DRP
    • What is the impact to the company if an unplanned outage caused the company to delay delivering a critical product release to a customer ?
    • What is the impact to the company if an unplanned outage to not be able to provide Customer Care support?
    • What is the impact to the company if an unplanned outage caused the company to delay processing Cash Receipts ?
    • What is the impact to the company if an unplanned outage caused the company to delay processing and printing Customer Bills ?
    • What is the impact to the company if an unplanned outage caused the company to delay Financial Reporting ?
    • What is the impact to the company if an unplanned outage caused the company to delay Payroll for employees?
  • Agenda
    • Current BCPDRP situation
    • Definitions
    • Pitfalls
    • Justification
    • BCPDRP service levels
    • DRP related technologies
  • Recovery Objectives and Costs
    • Mission-critical: Platinum
      • RTO & RPO: Zero
      • Cost: 6x-8x can be as high as 20x
    • Business-critical: Gold
      • RTO: <8 hours
      • RPO: <15 minutes
      • Cost: 4x-5x
    • Basic: Silver
      • RTO: <72 hours for critical
      • RPO: <24 hours
      • Cost: 1.6x
    • Standalone: Bronze
      • Best-effort recovery
      • RTO: >1 week
      • RPO: 1 week
      • Cost: x
    Establish a realistic and measurable framework What’s in a “Nine”? 99. 999 99 9 0 = = = = 5 min 58 min 8.8 hr 3.6 days
  • BC & DRP Service Level Model
  • BC & DRP Service Level Model continued
  • Agenda
    • Current BCPDRP situation
    • Definitions
    • Pitfalls
    • Justification
    • BCPDRP service levels
    • DRP related technologies
  • Related Technologies
    • Related Technologies (DRP, High Availability, Backup)
      • Clustering
      • Replication – Synchronous, Semi-Synchronous, A-Synchronous
      • Oracle RAC – Real Applications Cluster
      • Geo-Clustering
      • Boot from SAN
      • CDP – Continuous Data Protection
      • Server Virtualization and P2V
      • Backup to disk – VTL – De-Duplication
    • Interesting new concept by Israeli Startup – Continuity Software
  • Site-Level Clustering
    • Addresses unplanned downtime (not planned)
    • Campus environment (<5 miles)
    • RTO, RPO — minutes
    • Potential failover performance impact
    • DR issue with single database
    • Complex implementation and scripts
    Example solutions: HP MC Service Guard, IBM HACMP, Sun (True) Cluster, Microsoft Cluster, Veritas Cluster, Oracle RAC, Sybase HA, Parallel Sysplex Clustering Options Database A Failover for B Database B Failover for A Cluster Shareable Disk Group Failover for A, B, and C Cluster Shareable Disk Group Database A Master Node Database B Master Node Database C Master Node Failover N + 1 Failover
  • Remote Logging
    • Capture log data and transmit to remote site
      • Pros
        • Minimal database data loss at remote site (RPO)
        • Can be synchronized with other applications
      • Cons
        • Complex and long recovery times at remote site (RTO)
        • Complex to implement and maintain
        • Increased processing at both sites
        • No provision for non-database data
    Log Propagation Logging solutions are complex and time consuming IMS DB2 Oracle CICSlogs Logs Applied to Database
  • Synchronous, Storage-Based, Data Replication
    • Data writes committed at both locations
    • Sites <50 miles apart
    • Database/application restart required
    • RTO = <4 hours, RPO = last committed transaction
    • Leveraged infrastructure and no quiesce required
    • Vendor-specific solutions
    • Many times the applications are started manually
    Synchronous Replication Examples: EMC SRDF, IBM PPRC, HDS HRC, Compaq DRM, HP Continuous Access XP Controller Send Less Than 50 Miles Wait Until Complete
  • Active Active – Oracle RAC
  • Geographic cluster Hardware Veritas Cluster Server Hardware Shared Storage Primary Site Node A Secondary Site Node C Hardware Primary Site Node B DR Agent VCS VCS DR Agent Source: eval.symantec.com/mktginfo/enterprise/other_resources/ent-vcs_for_vmware_11-2006.en-us.ppt with modifications Local Cluster Heartbeat Global Cluster Heartbeat Hardware-Based Data Replication
  • Continuous data protection (CDP)
      • “ Any PIT” recovery
    • Some CDP flavors:
    • Replicate all writes (complete copy of Server)
    • Replicated only application related writes – for easier “bare metal restore”
    • Considerations
      • Introduces a new process into your backup strategy
      • Typically requires as much as 1.5x your current capacity
    Primary storage Secondary storage CDP appliance/server Server Control data Data Backup/copy data Source: www.forrester.com/Events/Content/0,5180,-1277,00.ppt with modification
  • Many to one CDP solutions + “bare metal” restore High Availability (Target) Server Off-Site Disaster Recovery (DR) Server Optional Centralized Tape Backup Server Consolidation Data Migration Snapshot Production (Source) Servers Direct offsite connection or two-stage connection through local HA server Source: www.synegi.com/docs/nsi-synegi-presentation.ppt
  • Virtualization and P2V recovery Scenario – Phase 1 : Initial P2V
    • Your Servers are :
      • Protected
      • Ready for Patches / Upgrade tests
  • How De-Duplication Works: Compares latest backup data to stored data None, only pointers to previous data Source (with STKI modification) : Sepaton http://www.go-dpa.com/media/TSM_Webinar.ppt Current Data New Data Stored Previously Stored Data Eliminates duplicate data within Exchange, Oracle ® and Microsoft ® SQL databases Eliinates storage of unchanged portions of files Eliminates storage of duplicate files (single Instance)
  • VDI – Overview Thin Client or PC Virtual Infrastructure 3 Server
    • Local users are very excited about this technology
    • Selected VMWARE VDI installations: Siemens
    All Rights Reserved @STKI Moshav Bnei Zion, Israel +972 9 74 444 74 www.stki.info
    • Microsoft Application Virtualization (formerly SoftGrid) allows applications to be deployed in real-time to any client from a virtual application server
    • It removes the need for local installation of the applications.
    • Softgrid applications are also sandboxed from each other.
    • Softgrid selected clients: Education (Bar Ilan, Afek collage, Hebrew University), IDF
    Market status and Trends Source: http://www.virtuall.nl/articles/ProductInformation/PQR%20- %20Reality%20of%20Virtualization%20Solutions%20v1.1.ppt All Rights Reserved @STKI Moshav Bnei Zion, Israel +972 9 74 444 74 www.stki.info
  • Summery
    • The basic issues (and pitfalls) of DRPBCP are here to stay (management, rolls, processes)
    • New technologies enable better options
    • Some of these technologies need to mature
    • The essence of DRP is process not technology
  • Thank you Pini Cohen EVP & Senior Analyst Architecture & Infrastructure Strategies [email_address]