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[IGNITE2018] [BRK3491] Azure Backup and Site Recovery

  1. 1. Gustavo Magella Most Valuable Professional [Microsoft Azure – March, 2018] Cloud Architect gustavomagellati @gustavomagella [gustavomagella.com] gutohmm gustavomagella Networking Computer [Graduation] MBA Security Information
  2. 2. Site 1 Backup Site 1 Site 2 Backup Site 2 115.300 www.abcnews.com www.cnn.com www.nytimes.com www.msnbc.com
  3. 3. TEAM COMPETENCY MANAGEMENT DATA 45% 35% 20% Trainning and capacity of the team Environment control and management of data Storage and data comsumption
  4. 4. High availability When your applications or infrastructure have failure, run a second instance in the primary site Disaster recovery When your primary site has failures, run your applications in secondary site Backup When your data is corrupted, deleted or lost you can restore it
  5. 5. Azure Core Azure Core Compute Storage Networking PaaS Data Management Services Resource Manager Resource Templates Active Directory Activity Log Marketplace Service Catalog Alerts Notifications Billing Batch Functions Cloud Shell Azure CMP Shared Monitor Protect Migrate Configure Security Cost$ DevOps Governance Containers AI Ops Azure
  6. 6. Recovery Point Management Storage Management Data Pruning Data Packing Authentication Policy Management Access Control Monitoring & Reporting No infrastructure Enterprise scale Extensible Central management
  7. 7. Locally Redundant Storage (LRS): Geo-Redundant Storage (GRS): Replica os dados três vezes em uma unidade de escala de armazenamento. Replica seus dados para uma região secundária a centenas de quilômetros da região primária. Tipos de Armazenamento Zone Redundant Storage (ZRS): Replica seus dados de forma síncrona em três clusters de armazenamento em uma única região.
  8. 8. Azure Backup Agent Azure Backup Server • Fazer backup de arquivos e pastas no sistema operacional Windows físico ou virtual (as máquinas virtuais podem ser locais ou estar no Azure) • Nenhum servidor de backup separado necessário. • Recovery Services Vault Benefícios Restrições Faz backup de: Armazena em: Benefícios Restrições Armazena em: • Recovery Services vault | Disco Local Entendendo o Backup no Azure Faz backup de: • Fazer backup 3 vezes por dia • Não reconhece aplicativos; arquivo, pasta e restauração em nível de volume somente, • Não há suporte para Linux. • Arquivos • Pastas • Instantâneos com reconhecimento de aplicativo (VSS) • Total flexibilidade sobre quando fazer backups • Granularidade da recuperação (tudo) • Pode usar cofre dos Serviços de Recuperação • Suporte para Linux no Hyper-V e VMs VMware • Fazer backup e restaurar VMs VMware • Não exige uma licença do System Center • Não é possível fazer o backup da carga de trabalho do Oracle. • Sempre requer assinatura do Azure ao vivo • Não há suporte para backup em fita • Arquivos, Pastas • Volumes, VMs • Aplicativos, • Cargas de trabalho
  9. 9. Backup de VM IaaS do Azure • Backups nativos para Windows/Linux. • Sem necessidade de instalação de agente específico. • Backup em nível de malha sem a necessidade de uma infraestrutura de backup • VMs, • Todos os discos • Recovery Services Vault Benefícios Restrições Faz backup de: Armazena em: Entendendo o Backup no Azure • Fazer backup de máquinas virtuais uma vez por dia • Restaurar máquinas virtuais somente no nível do disco • Não pode fazer backup no local Benefícios Restrições Faz backup de: Armazena em: • Instantâneos com reconhecimento de aplicativo (VSS) • Total flexibilidade sobre quando fazer backups • Granularidade da recuperação (tudo) • Pode usar cofre dos Serviços de Recuperação • Suporte para Linux no Hyper-V e VMs VMware • Backup e restauração das VMs VMware usando o DPM 2012 R2 • Não é possível fazer o backup da carga de trabalho do Oracle. • Arquivos, Pastas, • Volumes, VMs, • Aplicativos, Cargas de trabalho • Recovery Services Vault • Disco conectado localmente, • Fita (somente local)
  10. 10. Backup with create VM Large disk (4TB) support Instant backup & restore Intelligent restores for encrypted VMs
  11. 11. Intelligent Restores Simplified Experience
  12. 12. NEW
  13. 13. Recovery Services Management iSCSITarget iSCSI Initiator iSCSI Initiator iSCSITarget
  14. 14. Azure Backup Central Reporting Power BI Reports Azure Storage
  15. 15. “While regulatory compliance continues to be important, the main driver of DR is the business need to stay online and competitive 24x7” “Much of the lack of preparedness is due to immature core planning processes, out-of-date plans, and very limited testing” Source: Forrester July 2017 The State of Business Technology Resiliency “Only 18% of global disaster recovery decision makers and influencers feel very prepared to recover their data center in the event of a site failure or disaster” 18% Immature planning and limited testing Compliance and business needs
  16. 16. Source: Forrester/Disaster Recovery Journal November 2016 Global Disaster Recovery Preparedness Online Survey 56% 38% 31% 19%
  17. 17. Any OSWindows Linux Site to Azure Site to Site
  18. 18. No DR infrastructure Automated protection and replication Best in class RPO and RTO No-impact DR Drill Centralized Monitoring & Alerting Orchestrated recovery plans for application DR Failback support
  19. 19. AvailabilitySet AvailabilitySet VNET-ASR VNET S1Cache (Storage account) Manage disk- ASR Manage Disk
  20. 20.  ASR licensing cost is $ 25 USD per VM before any discounts  Network egress pricing  Directly proportional to the amount of data churn on the disks  Additional Storage costs on the recovery site  Typically similar to primary storage cost  Compute – Pay as you go.  Some VMs – like AD etc. may always be running.  Other VMs – ASR will automatically create and start on failover.
  21. 21. Encrypted VM support Replication across subscriptions (for A2A DR) Exclude Disk Hot Add Disk OS Support (SUSE 12, OEL 6.6-6.8 7.0-7.3) Support for new Azure infra features like - Storage on VNet, Large disk (> 4TB), Standard SSD disk etc
  22. 22. For a complete listing, check out the Microsoft Trust Center: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/TrustCenter/Compliance/default.aspx
  23. 23. BRAZIL SOUTH CHINA NORTH CHINA SOUTH AUSTRALIA EAST AUSTRALIA SOUTHEAST JAPAN WEST JAPAN EAST New launched Regions INDIA CENTRAL INDIA SOUTH NORTH CENTRAL US CANADA EAST CANADA CENTRAL EAST US EAST US2 US GOV Virginia NORTH EUROPE WEST EUROPE UK SOUTH EAST ASIA SOUTHEAST ASIA WEST US2 WEST US SOUTH CENTRAL US CENTRAL US US GOV IOWA UK WEST GERMANY CENTRAL GERMANY NORTHEAST US DOD EAST KOREA CENTRAL KOREA SOUTH WEST CENTRAL US US GOV ARIZONA US GOV TEXAS US DOD CENTRAL Region availability – Backup & ASR
  24. 24. Benefícios Proteção off-site Integração com soluções de mercado Interface familiar Backup e recovery eficientes Datacenter On-Premises
  25. 25. Most Valuable Professional [Microsoft Azure – March, gustavomagellati @gustavomagella gutohmm gustavomagella Obrigado!

Editor's Notes

  • Stress on the Cost effective DR as no need for additional DC also it comes built-in with Azure Platform so no need to buy, run and manage additional software components to enable DR.
  • While StorSimple solution we discussed earlier is more of an on-premises SAN solution that is integrated wit Windows Azure, you can also use Windows Azure directly for backups with Windows Server and System Center DPM.

    Windows Azure Backup service extends Windows Server Backup, Essentials, or DPM with offsite backup to Windows Azure. You can backup server data to be backed up and recovered from the cloud in order to help protect against loss and corruption. Both Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012 SP1 support this service. Here’s how you can use Windows Server and System Center with Windows Azure Online Backup:

    Windows Server 2012 - Cloud-based backup from Windows Server 2012 is enabled by a downloadable agent that installs right alongside the familiar Windows Server backup interface. From this interface backup and recovery of files and folders is managed as usual but instead of utilizing local disk storage, the agent communicates with a Windows Azure service which creates the backups in Windows Azure storage.
     
    System Center 2012 SP1
    With the System Center 2012 SP1 release, the Data Protection Manager (DPM) component enables cloud-based backup of datacenter server data to Windows Azure storage. System Center 2012 SP1 administrators use the downloadable Windows Azure Online Backup agent to leverage their existing protection, recovery and monitoring workflows to seamlessly integrate cloud-based backups alongside their disk/tape based backups. DPM’s short term, local backup continues to offer quicker disk–based point recoveries when business demands it, while the Windows Azure backup provides the peace of mind & reduction in TCO that comes with offsite backups. In addition to files and folders, DPM also enables Virtual Machine backups to be stored in the cloud.
     
    http://blogs.technet.com/b/server-cloud/archive/2012/09/07/windows-azure-online-backup.aspx
    Benefits:

    Reliable offsite data protection
    Convenient offsite protection
    Safe, geo-replicated data
    Encrypted backups
    A simple, integrated solution
    Familiar interface
    Protection for older servers
    Windows Azure integration
    Efficient backup & recovery
    Efficient use of bandwidth and storage
    Flexible recovery
    Flexible configuration


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