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ICI Lunch and Learn Slides

  1. 1. ì  ICI  Seminar:  Cloud  Backups  and   Introduction  to  Disaster  Recovery   Host:  Bob  Hodge,  ICI     Speakers:     Todd  Hubbard,  MMY  Consul:ng   Jerry  Gue:errez,  So?layer   Rick  Pommet,  TwinStrata   Clint  Wyckoff,  Veeam      
  2. 2. Goals  for  Today   ì  The  cloud  provides  both  opportuni:es  and   challenges     ì  Today:  Overview  of  current  trends  and  issues  in   cloud  for  backup,  archival  and  disaster  recovery   ì  Provide  mul:ple  opportuni:es  to  share  personal   experiences  and  ask  ques:ons  of  your  peers  
  3. 3. Agenda   11:00  –  11:15    Welcome   11:15  –  12:00      Cloud  Backup  Today     12:00  –  12:45      Lunch   12:45  –  1:30      Panel:  Real-­‐world  Examples  of  Cloud  Backup   1:30  –  2:20      The  Future  of  Disaster  Recovery  in  the  Cloud   2:20  –  2:30      Closing  Remarks    
  4. 4. Agenda   11:00  –  11:15      Welcome   11:15  –  12:00    Cloud  Backup  Today     12:00  –  12:45      Lunch   12:45  –  1:30      Panel:  Real-­‐world  Examples  of  Cloud  Backup   1:30  –  2:20      The  Future  of  Disaster  Recovery  in  the  Cloud   2:20  –  2:30      Closing  Remarks    
  5. 5. ì  Cloud  Backup  Today   Rick  Pommet,  TwinStrata  
  6. 6. 3% 22% 54% 21% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Less data than last year About the same amount as last year More than last year, but less than double At least twice the data as last year How much data do you backup, compared to last year? Source: TwinStrata, “Industry Trends: Data Backup in 2014”
  7. 7. 17% 24% 28% 42% 50% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Hosting/Co-location site In the cloud Third-party warehouse Self-managed secondary location Onsite at primary site Where do you store your backups? (Multipleanswersallowed) Source: TwinStrata, “Industry Trends: Data Backup in 2014”
  8. 8. 5% 5% 9% 33% 29% 19% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% Daily Weekly Monthly A couple times a year Once a year or less Never How often do your backups fail? Source: TwinStrata, “Industry Trends: Data Backup in 2014”
  9. 9. 3% 1% 1% 6% 12% 14% 18% 21% 25% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% I don't know Other Equipment resource issues Tape failure Human error Backup software failure File corruption Equipment failure Connectivity issues What is the primary reason your backups fail? Source: TwinStrata, “Industry Trends: Data Backup in 2014”
  10. 10. 3% 6% 8% 15% 15% 23% 47% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% Other Migrate to more SaaS applications Outsource your backups Change your backup schedule Change your backup applications Incorporate cloud storage into your backup strategy None.We're satisfied with our current backup What strategies do you plan to employ in the coming year to improve your backup strategy? (Multipleanswers)
  11. 11. Cloud-­‐Integrated  Storage  vs.  Traditional  NAS/SAN:     Three  Year  Total  Cost  of  Ownership  for  50TB   Cloud-­‐integrated  storage eliminates: X  Remote and local storage X  Purchasing capacity 3-5 years in advance X  Remote site, power, cooling X  Remote administration X  Infrastructure for disaster recovery ~70%  less  than  tradi@onal  op@ons  
  12. 12. ICI  Member  Case  Study:     Offsite  Backup/Tape  Replacement   12 Benefits   ì  Scalable  pay-­‐as-­‐you-­‐grow   storage       ì  Tapeless  offsite  data   protec:on   ì  Encryp:on  and  mul:ple   copies  for  data  security   ì  Instantly  retrievable  data   for  quick  disaster  recovery     Solu@on   ì  CloudArray  to  replicate   data  offsite   ì  VMs  allow  for  quick   installa:on   ì  Local  caching  for   speed  /  performance   Challenges   ì  70+  TB  of  local  data   ì  Major  data  growth     ì  Cost-­‐constraints  restrict   new  capacity   ì  Complicated  tape   backups   ì  Unreliable  and  tedious   DR  strategy  
  13. 13. Cloud  is  the  Future   ì  Infinite  scale   ì  Lower  cost   ì  Reduced  maintenance  
  14. 14. ì   Clint  Wyckoff,  Veeam   Protection for the “Always on Business” That Just Works!
  15. 15. A  Vicious  Cycle  
  16. 16. What’s  this  mean?   $5,600         $26.5   $145,000
  17. 17. 3 THE 2 1 RULE “I  have  a  backup…I  am  DR  PREPARED!”  
  18. 18. Identify  what’s  important!!!  
  19. 19. What  Exactly  is  this  Cloud  Thing?  
  20. 20. What  to  consider?   Is  my  IT  Strategy  Agile  Enough?  
  21. 21. The  broken  state  of  backup  
  22. 22. Built  for  Virtualization  
  23. 23. Agenda   11:00  –  11:15      Welcome   11:15  –  12:00      Cloud  Backup  Today     12:00  –  12:45    Lunch   12:45  –  1:30      Panel:  Real-­‐world  Examples  of  Cloud  Backup   1:30  –  2:20      The  Future  of  Disaster  Recovery  in  the  Cloud   2:20  –  2:30      Closing  Remarks    
  24. 24. Agenda   11:00  –  11:15      Welcome   11:15  –  12:00      Cloud  Backup  Today     12:00  –  12:45      Lunch   12:45  –  1:30      Panel:  Real-­‐world  Examples  of  Cloud  Backup   1:30  –  2:20      The  Future  of  Disaster  Recovery  in  the  Cloud   2:20  –  2:30      Closing  Remarks    
  25. 25. Agenda   11:00  –  11:15      Welcome   11:15  –  12:00      Cloud  Backup  Today     12:00  –  12:45      Lunch   12:45  –  1:30      Panel:  Real-­‐world  Examples  of  Cloud  Backup   1:30  –  2:20      The  Future  of  Disaster  Recovery  in  the  Cloud   2:20  –  2:30      Closing  Remarks    
  26. 26. ì   Panel  Discussion  
  27. 27. Real-­‐world  Examples  of  Cloud  Backup   ì  Moderator:  Bob  Hodge     ì  The  prac:cal  technical  considera:ons,  opera:onal,  challenges   and  benefits  of  using  the  cloud  for  backup.   ì  How  does  the  cloud  perform  compared  to  on  premise  and   tape  storage?   ì  What  are  the  true  costs  and  benefits?   ì  What  works  beder  than  expected?       ì  What  is  worse  than  expected?   ì  Advice  to  organiza:ons  considering  backup  in  the  cloud.    
  28. 28. Agenda   11:00  –  11:15      Welcome   11:15  –  12:00      Cloud  Backup  Today     12:00  –  12:45      Lunch   12:45  –  1:30      Panel:  Real-­‐world  Examples  of  Cloud  Backup   1:30  –  2:20      The  Future  of  Disaster  Recovery  in  the  Cloud   2:20  –  2:30      Closing  Remarks    
  29. 29. ì  The  Future  of  Disaster  Recovery  in  the   Cloud:  Jerry  Gutierrez,  Softlayer      
  30. 30. SoftLayer  (an  IBM  Company)    Global  Cloud  Leader   •  14  Datacenters  and  17  PoPs,  expanding  to  over  35   Datacenters  and  40  PoPs  by  2015   •  Triple  Network  Architecture     •  Free  Inbound  and  SoVLayer  DC  to  DC  Bandwidth   •  Open  API  
  31. 31. Examples  of  DR  Solutions   ì  Onsite  Backups  Only  -­‐  No  Disaster  Recovery  Plan  –   Backup  and  Pray  Method   ì  Offsite  Tape  Storage   ì  Offsite  Hard  Disk  Storage   ì  Offsite  Backups   ì  Replica@on  of  Servers  to  Coloca@on  Facility  –  High  Cost   Op@on   ì  Virtualiza@on  of  Servers  with  Offsite  Replica@on  
  32. 32. Storage  Options  in  the  Cloud   ì  NAS  –  Mul:-­‐Tenant   ì  SAN  –  Both  Mul:-­‐Tenant  and  Dedicated   ì  Storage  Server  on  Bare  Metal  –  Self  Managed     ì  Cloud  Storage  (Object  Storage)  –  Low  Cost,  Cluster   Based  Flat  File  System,  expandable  into  the   Petabytes.    Ideal  for  archive  and  long  term  storage  
  33. 33. Traditional  Disaster  Recovery   ì  Duplicate  environment   ì  CapEx  Investment     ì  High  Cost  /  Low  U@liza@on    
  34. 34. Disaster  Recovery  to  the  Cloud   ì  Deploy  lower  cost  virtual  servers  for  to  meet   minimum  requirements   ì   OpEx  model   ì  Extend  your  network  into  the  Cloud   Environment  for  secure  replica:on   ì  Store  Server  Images  on  lower  cost  storage   and  only  deploy  servers  in  case  of  a  disaster  
  35. 35. Start  Small  and  Grow  Over  Time   ì  Start  with  sending  backups  to  the  cloud   ì  Send  VMs  to  the  Cloud  and  Store  in  Low  Cost  Cloud   Storage   ì  Create  mul:-­‐site  environment  in  the  Cloud  and  u:lize   local  and  global  load  balancing  for  “Always  On”  scenario     ì  No  mader  what  op:on  you  choose  to  start  with,  it’s   important  TO  START!   ì  Plan  your  DR  strategy  now!  
  36. 36. Case  Study  #1   Company  A  –  Email  Hosting  Company     ì  Scenario:  The  company  needs  to  provide  Exchange  backup  and   archival  services  to  their  customers.  Currently,    they  back  up  to   servers  that  they  manage,  those  servers  contain  both  ac:ve  backups   and  archives.  These  servers  are  housed  in  the  same  coloca:on  as   their  Exchange  servers.  Also,  their  servers  are  in  need  of  a  refresh  in   the  next  year  which  represents  a  substan:al  cost.   ì  Solu@on:  Company  A  decides  to  that  in  the  short  term  they  will  move   their  Exchange  backup  and  archive  files  to  Object  Storage.  They  will   then  move  their  Exchange  servers  to  the  Cloud  and  create  a  DR  site  at   a  separate  DC  to  store  their  backup  images.  In  case  of  a  disaster,  they   will  spin  up  Virtual  Servers  in  the  Public  Cloud.    
  37. 37. Case  Study  #2   Company  B  –  Digital  Advertising  Company   ì  Scenario:  A  digital  ad  company  needs  to  store  their  growing  video   and  photo  library.  Some  of  these  files  are  accessed  frequently  but   others  need  to  be  archived  for  possible  future  use.  There  is  no  system   in  place  to  auto-­‐archive  and  is  a  :me  consuming  manual  process.  The   company  has  over  50  TB  of  data  and  is  growing  at  about  20  TB  per   year.     ì  Solu@on:  By  u:lizing  Twin  Strata’s  Cloud  Array  product  the   customer’s  frequently  used  data  is  kept  on  the  caching  server  giving   them  rapid  access  to  the  needed  files  and  in  the  background  files  are   moved  to  Object  Storage  which  is  located  at  a  separate  DC.  This   provides  both  storage  and  a  basic  DR  solu:on.    
  38. 38. ì  A  Cloud-­‐Based  Disaster  Recovery  Solution   Rick  Pommet,  TwinStrata    
  39. 39. 30% 27% 43% 36% 27% 37% 48% 26% 26% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Within a couple hours Within 24 hours > 24 hours In the Case of a Site Disaster, How LongWould It TakeYou to RecoverYour Data AND Applications? No Cloud Storage Mix ofTraditional & Cloud Storage Only Cloud Storage Source: TwinStrata, “2013 Trends: Cloud Storage & Disaster Recovery”
  40. 40. CloudArray  On-­‐Demand  Disaster  Recovery   ì  Affordable,  on-­‐demand  disaster   recovery  offering  for  VMware/ Hyper-­‐V   ì  Disaster  recovery  that  rivals   enterprise-­‐class  solu:ons     ì  Guaranteed  2-­‐4  hour  spin-­‐up  of   compute  infrastructure   ì  Non-­‐disrup:ve  to  exis:ng   processes     WEB PORTAL   WEB UI  
  41. 41. Advantages   90%  cost  savings  over  hosted  DR  solu@ons   ì  Included  in  CloudArray   ì  Includes  TwinStrata  SLA  and  24/7  support   ì  Ini:al  assessment  to  determine,  sizing,   configura:on,  plan   ì  No  dedicated  infrastructure   ì  On-­‐demand  cloud  compute  and  cloud  storage   ì  Pay  only  when  required  (DR,  DR  test)   ì  100%  VMware  and/or  Hyper-­‐V  environment   ì  No  scrip:ng  and  complex  orchestra:on   ì  No  risky  compa:bility  solu:ons   Cloud Storage Cloud Compute VMVMVM VM In-­‐cloud  DR  
  42. 42. Scenario  1:  File  Server  or  data  stored  on  CloudArray   Data  stored  directly  on  CloudArray   ì  Recover  a  live  copy  or   snapshots  of  files  and/or   applica:ons  in  cloud   ì  Immediate  access  –  no  lengthy   restore   ì  Recover  from  a  reten:on   policy   ì  Space-­‐efficient  snapshots   ì  90%+  capacity  savings   Existing NAS or SAN Primary Storage vSphere VMVMVM VM On-­‐premise  Apps   CloudArray® vSphere VMVMVM VM In-­‐cloud  DR  
  43. 43. Scenario  2:  Backup  Software  +  CloudArray  On-­‐ Demand  DR   ì  Leverage  exis:ng  backup   so?ware     ì  Works  with  major  backup   providers  like  Veeam   ì  Restores  all  data  and   applica:ons  in  cloud       ì  Like-­‐local  restore  :mes   Existing NAS or SAN Primary Storage vSphere VMVMVM VM On-­‐premise  Apps   Veeam   CloudArray® vSphere VMVMVM VM In-­‐cloud  DR  
  44. 44. Disaster  Recovery  Targets   ì  Ideal  for  VMware/Hyper-­‐V-­‐based  environments   ì  Recovery  Objec:ves   ì  Recovery  Time  Objec:ves  (RTO)  of  4-­‐24  hours   ì  Recovery  Point  Objec:ves  (RPO)  of  4-­‐24  hours   ì  RPOs  and  RTOs  much  beder  and  faster  than  offsite   tape  restore  
  45. 45. Summary:  CloudArray,  Veeam  and  Softlayer   ì  Modernize  backup  and  DR   ì  An  all-­‐inclusive  data  storage  solu:on   ì  DR/BC  Adainable  for  virtually  any  organiza:on   ì  On-­‐demand  disaster  recovery  as  a  service   ì  Benefits   ì  90%  cost  savings  over  other  DR  solu:ons   ì  Compliance  with  regulatory  requirements   ì  Peace  of  mind  of  an  enterprise-­‐class  recovery  plan  
  46. 46. ì   Closing  Remarks  
  47. 47. Thank  you  for  joining  us!  

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