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Avoiding disaster recovery disasters


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How many different people, processes, and technologies play a role in your disaster recovery plan? Have you tested and verified how long it will take? Do you have enough confidence that your business will survive when your plan is executed? This session will show how you can use the Veritas Resiliency Platform with NetBackup to easily orchestrate large-scale, complex recoveries to on-prem and multi-cloud environments, so you can get applications back online within established service levels and test your plan without disrupting production activity.

This session was originally delivered at Veritas' Vision 2017 on Tuesday, Sep 19, 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM.

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Avoiding disaster recovery disasters

  1. 1. Avoiding Disaster Recovery Disasters!
  2. 2. 4 5 6 Your Business NeedsTo Be Up Against All Odds © 2017 Veritas Technologies2 Root causes of unplanned outages: 1. Power outages 2. Cyber crime 3. Accidental/human error 4. Water incursion/heat/CRAC failure 5. Weather related 6. Generator failure 7. IT equipment failure Cost of Data Center Outages, Jan 2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series Ponemon Institute 63 data centers across the US from 16 industry verticals Power outage 25% Cyber crime 22% Human error 22% Water/heat 11% Weather 10% Generator fail 6% 1 2 3
  3. 3. How Much Does Downtime CostYour Organization? © 2017 Veritas Technologies3 For the Fortune 1000 the average total cost of unplanned application downtime per year is $1.25 billion to $2.5 billion. The average cost of a critical application failure per hour is $500,000 to $1 million. of organizations have downtime tolerance of less than 1 hour for “high priority” applications. 51% 22% Only Evolving Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Landscape Enterprise Strategy Group, Feb 2016 391 IT Professionals Across North America DevOps andThe Cost of Downtime IDC#253155
  4. 4. Approaching Disaster Recovery Planning © 2017 Veritas Technologies4 • Know what to protect – Applications, Virtual Machines, Datacenters • Map the Workload dependencies (Other Assets, Storage, Network etc.) Assets and Dependency • Understand the Service Level Objectives that drive the business • Identify the Data Movement Strategy (Array, Software Replication, Backup etc.) SLA’s and Data Movement • Design a comprehensive recovery plan based on Assets and data movement • Automate the process (Workflows, Runbooks) Planning and Automation
  5. 5. Datacenter Resiliency Modes © 2017 Veritas Technologies5 Data Center Resiliency Solution Asset Recovery to Near DR Site (RPO = 24 hours) Application Recovery to Near DR Site (RPO = 1 sec) Assets with DR to public/private Cloud (RPO = 5mins) Assets in Cloud and DR to another Cloud/Region (RPO = 10mins) VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM NBU Master/Media Server VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VRP Data Mover Target Datacenter Source Datacenter SLO Tiers Data movement VRP Data Mover Migration to/from Cloud * Combinations or SLA’s and datacenter technologies can be evaluated VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM
  6. 6. Top 3 ReasonsWhy Recovery Fails © 2017 Veritas Technologies6 Configuration Drifts Invalidate the DR Plans Lack ofTesting Network Resolution Failures
  7. 7. Veritas Resiliency Platform Overview Service level driven automated and orchestrated resiliency and migration of any business service across on premises traditional, private and public cloud © 2017 Veritas Technologies7 VM VM VM VMVM VM VM VM VM VMVM VM 0011101010010000111100101011010101010011101010010000111100101011010 0011101010011010100100000011101010110001110111010001111011011110110 Virtual Appliance: Resiliency Mgr Infrastructure Mgr Virtual Appliance: Resiliency Mgr Infrastructure Mgr NetBackup Custom Traditional Private Cloud 00111010100100001111001010110101010100111010100100001111001 00111010100110101001000000111010101100011101110100011110110 InfoScale Enterprise Takeover Migrate Restore Rehearse Storage Replication Built-in ReplicationBackup Applications Multi-tier Replication Appliance VM VM VM VMVM VM VM VM VM VMVM VM Replication Appliance
  8. 8. Making a Solid DR Strategy withVeritas Resiliency Platform © 2017 Veritas Technologies8 Includes ability to Rehearse the entire datacenter in a single click Scheduled Rehearsals Non Production Impacting DR-Testing Proactive Risks and Alerts Proactive DR / SLA Risks Configuration Drift Alerts Recovery Datacenter Customization Flexible Network and DNS Customizations Predictable Disaster Recovery
  9. 9. BetterTogether: Resiliency Platform and NetBackup © 2017 Veritas Technologies9 Backup Data NBU Master Server Primary Site Secondary Site NBU Master Server Backup Data on DR site NBU Auto Image Replication 001111110010 101001101110 Resiliency Manager Virtual Appliance Resiliency Manager Virtual Appliance 001111110010 101001101110 ü Gain Predictable, Integrated Resiliency ü Meet ALL Service Level Objectives VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM
  10. 10. NetBackup in the As-A-ServiceWorld © 2017 Veritas Technologies10 Focus: Supporting 4 Major Cloud Customer Needs • Reduce the cost of off-site tape warehousing • Reduce costs by optimizing data transfer and storage in the cloud Extend Backup to Cloud Storage Storage • Protect workloads hosted in Private or Public cloud with centralized management and recovery • Protect to on-premise datacenter to cloud IaaS ProtectWorkloads in the Cloud IaaS • Deliver Backup as a Service and automation ease for large IT Departments or MSPs • Integrated NBU In IT self service portal Enable Self Service ITaaS • Workflow to enable customers and MSPs to deliver DR to Private or Public Cloud • Deliver RaaS both direct and through MSPs DR to Cloud & RaaS RaaS NBU optimized STaaS NBU Direct Customers and MSPs BaaS for Enterprise Customers and xSPs leveraging NBU RaaS for SMB to Enterprise Customers and xSPs
  11. 11. Extending Backup/Recovery As-A-Service On-Prem to the Cloud © 2017 Veritas Technologies11 Storage (Disk/Tape) Client(VM) NBU Master/Media Server Cloud Workloads Client(VM) Sandbox VRP NBU Catalog NBU Master/Media Server Remote/DR/Cloud VRPClient(VM)
  12. 12. Resiliency Platform Roadmap © 2017 Veritas Technologies12 Released Deliver Replication/App based on customer requests On Global Release Calendar Exploration Q2 CY’17Q1 CY’17Q3 CY’16 Future Next (3.1, 3.2+++) Average quarterly cadence To be defined & prioritized • White Label customization • ExpandTier 3 BRaaS support • Public APIs • Native cloud app protection • Container integration • SDN support • Extended asset support • Multi-Site Support • Self-ServiceWhite Label support Q3 CY’16 VRP 2.0 (Aug) • VRP Data Mover, Low-RPO Hypervisor-based Replication • Service Level Objective monitoring & Compliance • Ecosystem Updates VRP 2.1 (Feb) • Automated Recovery using NetBackup (Remote) • Migrations & Automated Recovery to AWS • Ecosystem Updates (IBM SVC, XIV) VRP 2.2 (April) • Automated Recovery using NetBackup (Bulk Ops, Rehearsals) • VMware Cloud Director support • Ecosystem Updates (TBD) VRP 3.0 (July) • Cloud to Cloud Migrations • Migrations & Automated Recovery to Azure • Data Mover Optimizations • Continious Data Protection • Ecosystem Updates (TBD)
  13. 13. 13 Veritas Customer & Partner Engagement Program Our new Customer & Partner Engagement Program provides an opportunity for customers and partners to get involved and influence features so that they work the way that you need them to. Through this program customers get to: • Directly impact features of products they already use • Preview and provide feedback on features for upcoming products • Speak directly with product managers and engineering • Establish a stronger partnership with our teams © 2017 Veritas Technologies
  14. 14. 14 Veritas Customer & Partner Engagement Program © 2017 Veritas Technologies Registration and More info: Program Contact: As of Mar 16th, 2017 • 1300+ participants in the program • 750+ customer engagements successfully completed • 10 currently going through the validation process Sprint Demos Development teams (PM & Eng) show their latest work on specific features or functions Research Interviews Requirements gathering and concept validation with PM and/or Engineering User Research (Usability) Requirements gathering and concept validation with PM and/or Engineering
  15. 15. © 2017 Veritas Technologies15 Q&A
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