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  • Needs in bold, challenges belowDPM addresses these challenges and more
  • Immeasurable headcount costs reduced for troubleshooting the HWSymantec cost is about 25% that of avg ‘enterprise’ customer due to contract negotiated over 10 yrs ago
  • MOM pack not operationalized yet, cost reductions not yet realized.
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    • 1. Prashant Kumar dpmINFO@microsoft.com Program Manager Microsoft Session Code:
    • 2. Agenda Introduction to Microsoft® System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2007 Deep dive How does DPM do efficient protection? Protecting virtual hosts Demo How Microsoft IT uses DPM Questions and Answers
    • 3. Customer Needs & Requirements • Need for Speed – Fast & Reliable Recoveries • Today, recovery is slow, unreliable and painful • Data protection is labor intensive & error-prone • 24x7 Businesses – No Backup Window • Backup is too complex, slow, and inefficient • Tape inconvenience and unreliability is # 1 challenge • Application downtime is not an option to get application consistency • Simplify & Save – Easy to Buy & Use • Current backup products are too complex, costly • Branch office data protection is cumbersome • IT budget remains flat but data keeps growing – need to do more with less.
    • 4. Microsoft ® System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 Online Snapshots (up to 512) Disk-based Recovery Active Directory® System State Up to Every 15 minutes DPM 2007 sp1 DPM 2007 sp1 Disaster Recovery with offsite replication & tape Tape-based Backup file shares and directories DPM 2007 • Continuous Data Protection (CDP) for Windows application and file servers • Rapid and reliable recovery from disk instead of tape • Advanced technology for enterprises of all sizes
    • 5. DPM Efficient Disk Storage Without Duplication Day 0 Production Data DPM Replica A B C D E F G H A B C D E F G H Original Data ABCDEFGH
    • 6. DPMEfficient Disk Storage Without Duplication Day 0 – DPM Efficient Disk Storage Without Duplication Data 0 – Data Day Change is Protected 1 Production Data DPM Replica A B I D E J G H A B C D E F G H C F DPM Recovery Point Area Original Data ABCDEFGH 1st data change ABIDEJGH
    • 7. DPM Efficient Disk Storage Without Duplication Day 2 – DPM Efficient Disk Storage Without Duplication Day 2 – Data Data Change is Protected 3 Production Data DPM Replica K B I D E J L H A B C D E F G H A G DPM Recovery Point Area C F Original Data ABCDEFGH 1st data change ABIDEJGH 2nd data change KBIDEJLH
    • 8. DPM Efficient Disk Storage Without Duplication Day 3 – DPM Efficient Disk Storage Without Duplication Day 3 – Data Data Change is Protected Production Data DPM Replica K B I D M N O P Q K B I D E J L H E J L H DPM Recovery Point Area C F A G Original Data ABCDEFGH 1st data change ABIDEJGH 2nd data change KBIDEJLH 3rd data change KBIDMNOPQ
    • 9. DPM Efficient Disk Storage Without Duplication To Recovery Day 2 Production Data DPM Replica K B I D M N O P Q DPM Recovery Point Area C F A G E J L H Original Data ABCDEFGH 1st data change ABIDEJGH 2nd data change KBIDEJLH 3rd data change KBIDMNOPQ 8 blocks restored
    • 10. DPM Efficient Disk Storage Without Duplication To Recovery Day 0 Production Data DPM Replica K B I D M N O P Q DPM Recovery Point Area C F A G E J L H Original Data ABCDEFGH 8 blocks restored 1st data change ABIDEJGH 2nd data change KBIDEJLH 3rd data change KBIDMNOPQ
    • 11. Windows Virtualization host-based protection Exchange 2003 Exchange 2007 Virtual Server 2005 R2 sp1 Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V VSSVR Guest OS instances SQL Server 2005 Linux02 SQL Server 2008 NT4-CustomApp Win2003-SQL2005
    • 12. Windows Virtualization host-based protection VirtualServer2005 R2 today / Hyper-VwithDPM2007 SP1 VSS capable guests = Online backup no downtime / no agent required Windows Virtualization Host VSS consistent inside Windows Server 2003 sp1 or later New VM Additions VSSVR VSS consistent outside Guest OS instances VHD VSS writer Linux02 NT4-CustomApp Win2003-SQL2005
    • 13. Windows Virtualization host-based protection VirtualServer2005 R2 today / Hyper-VwithDPM2007 SP1 VSS capable guests = Online backup no downtime / no agent required Windows Virtualization Host VSS consistent inside Windows Server 2003 sp1 New VM Additions VSSVR VSS consistent outside Guest OS instances VHD VSS writer Linux02 NT4-CustomApp Win2003-SQL2005 Non-VSS capable guests = Offline Hibernate/SaveState virtual machine Save state of memory/CPU VSS shadow copy of VHD’s Immediately resume virtual machine Block level synchronization of VHD changed blocks
    • 14. Windows Virtualization host-based protection SQL2005 Windows Linux Server 2003 Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V NEW Virtual Server 2005 R2 with Service Pack 1
    • 15. Windows Virtualization host-based protection Linux.config Linux Linux_C.VHD Linux_D.VHD Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V NEW Virtual Server 2005 R2 with Service Pack 1
    • 16. Windows Virtualization host-based protection Linux.config Linux VSS Writer Linux_C.VHD Linux_D.VHD Save State Linux.VSV 2-3 minutes Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V NEW Virtual Server 2005 R2 with Service Pack 1
    • 17. Windows Virtualization host-based protection SQL2005 Windows Server 2003 Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V NEW Virtual Server 2005 R2 with Service Pack 1
    • 18. Windows Virtualization host-based protection SQL2005 WinSvr.config Windows Server VSS Writer 2003 VSS writer for SQL 2005 Database consistent VSS writer for Windows Server C: & D: volumes VSS writer for Virtual Server 2005 R2 sp1 WinSvr_C.VHD & WinSvr_D.VHD Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V NEW Virtual Server 2005 R2 with Service Pack 1
    • 19. Windows Virtualization host-based protection SQL2005 • No downtime Windows Server 2003 • Recursive VSS consistency • Only requires updated VM additions from MSVS sp1 Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V NEW Virtual Server 2005 R2 with Service Pack 1
    • 20. Windows Virtualization host-based protection Online backups Guests running Win2003/Win2008 with Integration Components installed Offline backups Older Windows Guests – e.g. Windows 2000, NT4 Non Windows Guests – Linux, etc Guest OS’s with pass-through disks, dynamic disks Guest level backups Guests with no VHD file on the Host iSCSI storage inside the guest Remote VHDs
    • 21. Application protection DPM 2007 Service Pack 1
    • 22. Protected Platforms Microsoft platforms with VSS capabilities Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 Windows® SharePoint® Services version 3.0 Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Portal Server 2003 – protected as SQL databases Windows® SharePoint® Services version 2.0 – protected as SQL databases Microsoft® SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 4 Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2005 Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2008 Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 – including LCR, CCR, and SCR configurations Microsoft® Virtual Server 2005 R2 Service Pack 1 Hyper-V™ Server and Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V Windows Server® 2003 Service Pack 1 Windows Server® 2008 Windows® XP Professional Service Pack 2 Windows Vista® Business or higher
    • 23. Lathish Chaparala Operations Manager MSIT Data Protection Service Microsoft Corporation
    • 24. Deployment Overview What we started with 5,770 protected servers 19,240 protected resources Nearly 2 petabytes of existing disk Introducing major paradigm shift in service: Continuous native protection of SQL, SharePoint, Exchange Reallocate disk while maintaining SLA All this and provide same or better protection
    • 25. DPM 2007 deployment at Microsoft IT Operations  24x7 operations Daily Goals 100% Restore Success  Monitoring 123 DPM servers 98% Backup Success Redmond Tukwila Dublin Tokyo Singapore Service Requests Data Volume  Backup/Restores Month : 1500  1.76 PB used storage  Servers Protected : 3674  600,000 Jobs/Month
    • 26. MSIT Deployment of DPM 2007 Current Status 97% complete 19,524 protected resources 567 Protection Groups 3,674 Protected Servers 2.25 PB Total Storage 1.76 PB Used Storage
    • 27. MSIT Deployment of DPM 2007 Current Status Average DPM server protects 32 servers and 170 resources Average DPM server has 19 TB of disk SQL is nearly 50% of servers backed up After migration, SQL databases are nearly 80% of protected resources (< 20% previously)
    • 28. MSIT Deployment of DPM 2007 Key Wins with Deployment Tape library reduction in branch offices $730K in annual M&R and replacement costs Reduction in licensing costs $500K in Symantec licensing per year 92 bugs/DCR’s, 46 CSS cases Dev has published disk migration scripts with SP1 and other updates found by MSIT
    • 29. MSIT Deployment of DPM 2007 More Key Wins with Deployment Overall clean-up of what’s protected Reduced by ~ 2,300 servers (41%) SMS scripts for large scale agent deployment Reduced operational cost SCOM Pack will drive reduction in headcount
    • 30. © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.