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Disaster Recovery of On-Premises IT
Infras...
Session agenda
•  Context: on-premises Disaster Recovery (DR) using AWS
•  Why AWS for recovery of on-premises IT infrastr...
Terminology
Business Continuity
Business Continuity ensures an
organization's critical business functions
continue to oper...
Understanding RTO and RPO
Disaster
Down time
Transactions lost
RPO
!
RTO
Plan for various types of disasters
History of DR
There have been many challenges for traditional DR for
enterprises
•  Building and maintaining regional data...
AWS compared to traditional disaster recovery
Conventional
•  High cost to build disaster recovery
sites or data centers (...
DR topology map
ELB/Appliance
EC2/Auto scaling
Route 53
Load Balancers
Web/App Servers
Your Data Centers
DNS
DB failover n...
Ascending levels of DR options
Backup &
Restore
Pilot Light
Hot Standby
Multi-Site
Backup of on-
premises data to
AWS to u...
Backup & Restore Pilot Light Hot Standby Multi-Site
S3
Storage
Gateway
Glacier
 EBS
Volumes
Route 53
 Direct 
Connect
VPN
...
Backup and restore architecture
On-premises
Active
Production
www.example.com
Corporate data center AWS region
AWS
DR fail...
Backup and restore details
•  Suitable for:
–  Solutions that can sustain higher technical debt
–  Lower business critical...
Partner backup to cloud option
•  Popular DR storage appliance for storing
backup data on AWS
•  De-dupes, encrypts, optim...
Pilot light architecture
Data Replication
On-premises
Active
Production
Route 53
www.example.com
Corporate data center
1 T...
Pilot light architecture
Data Replication
ELB
On-premises
Active
Production
Route 53
www.example.com
Corporate data center...
Pilot light details
Considerations
Suitable for:
•  Solutions that need lower
RTO & RPO
•  higher business critical
nature...
Warm standby architecture
ELB
On-premises
Active
Production
Route 53
www.example.com
Corporate data center
1 TB Data
Volum...
Multi-site architecture
Data Replication
ELB
On-premises
Active
Production
Route 53
www.example.com
Corporate data center
...
Warm standby and multi-site details
Considerations
Suitable for:
•  Solutions that require RTO
& RPO in minutes
•  Core bu...
Lessons Learned
•  3rd Party solutions
•  Partner engagement
•  Opportunity to automate technical debt
•  Customer experie...
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AWS Partner Ecosystem
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Partner giveaway details
Bradley Clerkin
b...
©2015,  Amazon  Web  Services,  Inc.  or  its  affiliates.  All  rights  reserved
Q&A Panel - Partner Giveaway
Rich Uhl
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Disaster Recovery of on-premises IT infrastructure with AWS

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The objective of this session is to enable customers with any level of DR experience to gain actionable guidance to advance their business up the ladder of DR readiness. AWS enables fast disaster recovery of critical on-premises IT systems without incurring the complexity and expense of a second physical site. With 28 availability zones in 11 regions around the world and a broad set of services, AWS can deliver rapid recovery of on-premises IT infrastructure and data. During this session we will walk you through the ascending levels of DR options made possible with AWS and review the technologies and services that help deliver various DR capabilities, starting from cloud backups all the way up to hot site DR. We will also explore various DR architectures and the balance of recovery time and cost.

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Disaster Recovery of on-premises IT infrastructure with AWS

  1. 1. ©2015,  Amazon  Web  Services,  Inc.  or  its  affiliates.  All  rights  reserved Disaster Recovery of On-Premises IT Infrastructure with AWS Rich Uhl Enterprise Solutions Architect
  2. 2. Session agenda •  Context: on-premises Disaster Recovery (DR) using AWS •  Why AWS for recovery of on-premises IT infrastructure •  The ascending levels of DR •  DR scenarios •  Q&A panel •  $1000 Giveaway
  3. 3. Terminology Business Continuity Business Continuity ensures an organization's critical business functions continue to operate or recover quickly despite serious incidents. Disaster Recovery Disaster Recovery (DR) enables the recovery or continuation of vital technology infrastructure and systems following a natural or human-induced disaster. Recovery Point Objective Recovery Time Objective RTO is a targeted duration of which a business process must be restored after a disaster or disruption. RPO is the maximum targeted period in which data might be lost from an IT service due to a major incident.
  4. 4. Understanding RTO and RPO Disaster Down time Transactions lost RPO ! RTO
  5. 5. Plan for various types of disasters
  6. 6. History of DR There have been many challenges for traditional DR for enterprises •  Building and maintaining regional data centers •  Failed DR tests •  Not meeting RPO & RTO •  High technical debt
  7. 7. AWS compared to traditional disaster recovery Conventional •  High cost to build disaster recovery sites or data centers (CAPEX) •  High cost of storage, backup, archival and retrieval tools, and processes (OPEX) •  Difficult planning, procurement and deployment •  Challenging to verify DR plans •  Single level of DR across the organization AWS •  Low cost upfront investment (CAPEX) •  On-demand costs (OPEX) •  Consistent experience across AWS environments •  Recovery automation •  Separate levels of DR per application or business unit
  8. 8. DR topology map ELB/Appliance EC2/Auto scaling Route 53 Load Balancers Web/App Servers Your Data Centers DNS DB failover nodes AD failover nodes Availability zones Multi-regionDisaster Recovery Data Centers AD/Authentication Database Servers
  9. 9. Ascending levels of DR options Backup & Restore Pilot Light Hot Standby Multi-Site Backup of on- premises data to AWS to use in a DR event Replicate data and minimal running services into AWS, ready to take over and flare up Replicate data and services into AWS ready to take over Replicated and load balanced environments that are both actively taking production traffic RPO ! RTO COST 24 hours 24 hours $ RPO ! RTO COST 12 hours 4 hours $$ RPO ! RTO COST 1-4 hours 15 min $$$ RPO ! RTO COST <15 min 0-5 min $$$$ Business continuity begins Un-interrupted Business continuity
  10. 10. Backup & Restore Pilot Light Hot Standby Multi-Site S3 Storage Gateway Glacier EBS Volumes Route 53 Direct Connect VPN NetworkingStorage Multiple Direct Connects Compute Auto Scaling ELB EC2 Deployment/ Management CloudFormation IAM Added through the levels of DR VPC
  11. 11. Backup and restore architecture On-premises Active Production www.example.com Corporate data center AWS region AWS DR failover App Servers DB Server VPN   ConnecCon Storage   Gateway iSCSI Backup System S3  /  Bucket   Glacier  /  Archive Web Servers Internet traffic S3 (1TB) $31/Month Glacier (2TB) $22/Month ~$200 / Month In US-EAST +VPN Storage Gateway $125/Month S3  /  Bucket   S3 (1TB) $31/Month 1TB Data Volume
  12. 12. Backup and restore details •  Suitable for: –  Solutions that can sustain higher technical debt –  Lower business critical nature –  Low cost DR option •  Leverage existing investments in –  De-duplication –  Compression –  WAN Acceleration
  13. 13. Partner backup to cloud option •  Popular DR storage appliance for storing backup data on AWS •  De-dupes, encrypts, optimizes •  Customer managed encryption keys •  Connects to Amazon S3 and Glacier •  Physical, virtual, or AWS-based appliance AVAILABLE IN Amazon S3 $0.03 per GB / month 30:1 storage reduction over 3 years after SteelStore $0.001 per GB / month $1/Terabyte/month
  14. 14. Pilot light architecture Data Replication On-premises Active Production Route 53 www.example.com Corporate data center 1 TB Data Volume AWS region Web Servers AWS Active Production Direct Connect App Servers DB Server 1TB Data Volume DB Server
  15. 15. Pilot light architecture Data Replication ELB On-premises Active Production Route 53 www.example.com Corporate data center 1 TB Data Volume Web Servers AWS region Web Servers AWS Active Production Direct Connect App Servers DB Server App Servers 1TB Data Volume DB Server EBS (GP2) $100/Month EC2 (m3.xlarge) $205/Month EC2 (t2.medium) $0/Month ELB (100GB Data) $0/Month EC2 (t2.small) $0/Month ELB (100GB Data) $0/Month R53 (1M Query) $4/Month CloudFormation $309 / Month In US-EAST +DirectConnect
  16. 16. Pilot light details Considerations Suitable for: •  Solutions that need lower RTO & RPO •  higher business critical nature •  Mid-range cost DR option 3rd Party & Marketplace •  CloudEndure •  Racemi •  Others
  17. 17. Warm standby architecture ELB On-premises Active Production Route 53 www.example.com Corporate data center 1 TB Data Volume Web Servers AWS region Web Servers AWS Active Production App Servers DB Server App Servers 1TB Data Volume DB Server EBS (GP2) $100/Month EC2 (m3.xlarge) $205/Month EC2 (t2.medium) $41/Month ELB (100GB Data) $19/Month EC2 (t2.small) $22/Month ELB (100GB Data) $19/Month R53 (1M Query) $4/Month CloudFormation $410 / Month In US-EAST +DirectConnect Data Replication Direct Connect
  18. 18. Multi-site architecture Data Replication ELB On-premises Active Production Route 53 www.example.com Corporate data center 1 TB Data Volume Web Servers AWS region Web Servers AWS Active Production Direct Connect App Servers DB Server App Servers 1TB Data Volume DB Server EBS (GP2) $100/Month EC2 (m3.xlarge) $205/Month EC2 (t2.medium) $82/Month ELB (100GB Data) $19/Month EC2 (t2.small) $44/Month ELB (100GB Data) $19/Month R53 (1M Query) $4/Month CloudFormation $473 / Month In US-EAST +DirectConnect
  19. 19. Warm standby and multi-site details Considerations Suitable for: •  Solutions that require RTO & RPO in minutes •  Core business critical functions •  Higher cost DR option Partners •  Partner ecosystem
  20. 20. Lessons Learned •  3rd Party solutions •  Partner engagement •  Opportunity to automate technical debt •  Customer experiences
  21. 21. ©2015,  Amazon  Web  Services,  Inc.  or  its  affiliates.  All  rights  reserved AWS Partner Ecosystem
  22. 22. ©2015,  Amazon  Web  Services,  Inc.  or  its  affiliates.  All  rights  reserved Partner giveaway details Bradley Clerkin bradleyc@slalom.com
  23. 23. ©2015,  Amazon  Web  Services,  Inc.  or  its  affiliates.  All  rights  reserved Q&A Panel - Partner Giveaway Rich Uhl richuhl@amazon.com Enterprise Solutions Architect Bradley Clerkin bradleyc@slalom.com

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