NetApp Integrated Data Protection<br />Data Protection Solutions Marketing<br />August 26, 2010<br />
2<br />Virtual<br />Clone<br />FCSAN Fabric<br />Encryption<br />DR<br />Backup<br />Archive<br />Backup<br />Integrated D...
Integrated Data Protection<br />Simplicity & Process Improvement<br /><ul><li>Consolidation to a single platform
Up to 75% lower management overhead</li></ul>Risk Mitigation<br /><ul><li>Continuous availability and recovery in minutes
Non-disruptive disaster recovery testing
Secure retention for compliance needs</li></ul>Cost Efficiency<br /><ul><li>Minimize server and storage needs
Up to 90% less capacity used
Up to 70% less network utilization </li></ul>Business Agility<br /><ul><li>Accelerated business intelligence
Low-cost development and test</li></ul>3<br />3<br />
ESG: IT Priorities for 2010<br />4<br />
ESG: Business Initiatives and IT Spending 2010<br />5<br />
Gartner: Backup Trends 2010<br />                   Trend	2006	2010<br />Primary backup method: D2D2T	~	60%<br />Primary b...
Mr. Backup on… Backup! http://www.backupcentral.com/content/view/299/47<br />It is possible to have a complete backup syst...
8<br />Data ProtectionRequirements<br />Solid reliability<br />Backup in minutes<br />Recover in minutes<br />Simple to de...
9<br />Integrated Data Protection<br />Manage <br />and Monitor<br />Virtual<br />Clone<br />FCSAN Fabric<br />Encryption<...
10<br />Efficiency: Key Components<br />Snapshot™ CopiesPoint-in-time copies that write only changed blocks. No performanc...
11<br />Efficiency: Compounding Across Tiers<br />9:00AM<br />9:10AM<br />9:20AM<br />9:00AM<br />9:10AM<br />9:20AM<br />...
Deduplication</li></ul>Efficient Replication<br /><ul><li>Changed data transfer
Network compression</li></ul>Efficient Primary<br /><ul><li>Thin provisioning
Deduplication</li></li></ul><li>Changed files<br />20TB<br />Move 20TB<br />Hours<br />Only changed blocks<br />20TB<br />...
SnapVault and Open Systems SnapVaultOptimized D2D Backup Reduces Tape Costs<br />250TB<br />Space savings versus tape<br /...
Weekly fulls, daily incrementals
90-day retention
10% daily file-level changes
2% daily block-level changes
Day 90: 34TB on disk; 250TB on tape.</li></ul>SnapVault®<br />Tape<br />76.8TB<br />34TB<br />19TB<br />12TB<br />12TB<br ...
Customer Response to Mr. Backuphttp://blogs.netapp.com/exposed/2010/02/as-one-can-expect-from-curtis-very-through-overview...
Healthcare Customer: Exchange<br />15<br />8000 Mailboxes<br />4.5TB Exchange DB<br />2TB Exchange logs<br />EXCH<br />EXC...
Financial Customer: CIFS<br />16<br />home- and group directories <br />for 30k users<br />100TB primary data<br />Space s...
Financial Customer: OSSV Windows<br />17<br />612 Windows server<br />WAN connected (~200 by 32kbps)<br />9,3TB primary da...
Financial Customer: VMware<br />18<br />9 ESX Servers<br />60 Server / 30 Wks (VDI) VMs<br />2TB primary data<br />Space s...
Rules of ThumbSpace used by Snapshots<br />*this are numbers measured at our customers. Those number may vary and are sole...
20<br />Swiss Customers: Snapshots<br />How much space is used with 424’963 copies of data?<br />Answer: 1’084 TB (6.7%)<b...
NetApp provides more storage per tile<br />Overall Systems in Switzerland (analyzed subset):<br />16x effective storage ca...
Swiss Customers: Snapshots per Volume<br />22<br />
Rules of ThumbSpace saved by dedupe<br />*this are numbers measured at our customers. Those number may vary and are solely...
Dedupe in Switzerland<br />Analysis over 3364 dedupe enabled volumes with over 1,5PB of data<br />Average Space savings ov...
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Illustrates how NetApp backup software reduces backup times and capacity requirements.

First point: At a basic level, NetApp backup software behaves like traditional backup software. It copies primary data to a backup target (NetApp storage).

NetApp’s backup software provides three primary benefits over traditional backup applications—performance, capacity savings, and simplicity of management. The first thing to understand is how we can help customers increase the performance and capacity savings of their backup and recovery operations. At the top level, it’s a very basic premise—we transmit only changed data, not entire changed files. Competitors like Data Domain must still receive all the files from the server, which takes time. NetApp, however, transfers only the changes, giving us a significantly faster backup and recovery time. This is done via Open Systems SnapVault and SnapVault

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  • Make this slide a three column layoutTrend 2010 2006
  • Curtis says in this same blog entry that this is not a pro-NetApp blog, it’s an objective evaluation of snapshot and replication technology, including a full rundown of potential pitfalls. It just so happens that Snapshots and Replication are right in NetApp’s wheelhouse.
  • Primary: 2x 6070 Cluster + 1x 3050 ClusterSecondary: 1x 6070 completely on SATADR: 2x 6070 and 1x 3050 single each
  • Secondary: 4x 3170 Snapmirrored against each otherCa. 900 SV Relations
  • Primary: 3040 Metrocluster with SyncMirrorSecondary: Single 2050
  • Transcript:So what I then tried to do was come up with some rules of thumb, again, to share with the SEs, so that you&apos;ve got something that you can put down on the table in that first meeting and say, I&apos;d expect to see this sort of thing. We can do more analysis, we can gather more data and look at it a lot more scientifically, but if you want a rule of some, if I&apos;ve got general office type data I&apos;d expect these change rates, a daily change rate between 0.1 and 1%, weekly 1 to 7%, monthly 5 to 20. And I would expect most customers to be towards the lower end of those numbers. Like I said a few times I think, you caveat all of this with your mileage may vary. But you&apos;re probably going to get fairly good mileage. Applications can be a challenge and I found a year ago or a little over a year ago, we tended to say exchange, 10 to 20% daily change rate with our PS guys telling us that. We had some internal documents telling us that. What I found was, of the data set I looked at, and I had one customer keeping them for six week backups for a number of large exchange stores, one of the major British telcos, and their weekly changes were between 7 and 14%. One of the professional services guys in the UK had looked at about 10 different customers&apos; exchange stores, and their daily changes averaged under 6%. What I suspect is that if you only keep a weekly one and not the daily ones in between, I suspect that that&apos;s going to be a broadly similar rate to a daily one. I&apos;m not sure that I know enough about the internals of Exchange to know why that would be correct. So a full backup of Exchange, I would be happy saying should be under 6%. If it&apos;s a competitive situation, then a lot of them were under 2% of the ones our PS guy looked at. So you can start to spin things how you need to in the pre-sale situation with caveats that will help in the post-sale situation. NetApp has gone a long and varied history of being suicidally honest with customers and prospects and whilst I like us to take the high road and be the customer&apos;s kind of a trusted adviser, I also like us to win the business. Databases, again, could vary enormously, but as a rule of thumb, as a starting point I&apos;d suggest maybe a 1% change rate. And this, as I say at the top, detailed analysis is not possible. So when you&apos;re in those first meetings, just saying the sort of things you can get, these are the sorts of savings you&apos;d expect. And this is without any deduplication processing overhead.Author’s Original Notes:I expect the majority of customers to lean to the lower end of these estimates.
  • Transcript:So what I then tried to do was come up with some rules of thumb, again, to share with the SEs, so that you&apos;ve got something that you can put down on the table in that first meeting and say, I&apos;d expect to see this sort of thing. We can do more analysis, we can gather more data and look at it a lot more scientifically, but if you want a rule of some, if I&apos;ve got general office type data I&apos;d expect these change rates, a daily change rate between 0.1 and 1%, weekly 1 to 7%, monthly 5 to 20. And I would expect most customers to be towards the lower end of those numbers. Like I said a few times I think, you caveat all of this with your mileage may vary. But you&apos;re probably going to get fairly good mileage. Applications can be a challenge and I found a year ago or a little over a year ago, we tended to say exchange, 10 to 20% daily change rate with our PS guys telling us that. We had some internal documents telling us that. What I found was, of the data set I looked at, and I had one customer keeping them for six week backups for a number of large exchange stores, one of the major British telcos, and their weekly changes were between 7 and 14%. One of the professional services guys in the UK had looked at about 10 different customers&apos; exchange stores, and their daily changes averaged under 6%. What I suspect is that if you only keep a weekly one and not the daily ones in between, I suspect that that&apos;s going to be a broadly similar rate to a daily one. I&apos;m not sure that I know enough about the internals of Exchange to know why that would be correct. So a full backup of Exchange, I would be happy saying should be under 6%. If it&apos;s a competitive situation, then a lot of them were under 2% of the ones our PS guy looked at. So you can start to spin things how you need to in the pre-sale situation with caveats that will help in the post-sale situation. NetApp has gone a long and varied history of being suicidally honest with customers and prospects and whilst I like us to take the high road and be the customer&apos;s kind of a trusted adviser, I also like us to win the business. Databases, again, could vary enormously, but as a rule of thumb, as a starting point I&apos;d suggest maybe a 1% change rate. And this, as I say at the top, detailed analysis is not possible. So when you&apos;re in those first meetings, just saying the sort of things you can get, these are the sorts of savings you&apos;d expect. And this is without any deduplication processing overhead.Author’s Original Notes:I expect the majority of customers to lean to the lower end of these estimates.
  • Net App D2 D Backupwith Snap Vaultand Ossv Customer Strategic Presentation2010[1]

    1. 1. NetApp Integrated Data Protection<br />Data Protection Solutions Marketing<br />August 26, 2010<br />
    2. 2. 2<br />Virtual<br />Clone<br />FCSAN Fabric<br />Encryption<br />DR<br />Backup<br />Archive<br />Backup<br />Integrated Data Protectionon a single platform<br />Satisfy multiple RTO & RPO needs<br />Continuous availability<br />Disaster recovery<br />Backup and recovery<br />Archive<br />Secure access and compliance<br />Simplify deployments<br />Support physical servers, virtualization and ITaaS with the same platform<br />Activate and configure services in minutes<br />Integrate tightly with applications and virtual infrastructures<br />ROBO<br />DC<br />Continuous<br />Availability<br />OFFSITE<br />Snapshot Copies<br />Application<br />Integration<br />2<br />
    3. 3. Integrated Data Protection<br />Simplicity & Process Improvement<br /><ul><li>Consolidation to a single platform
    4. 4. Up to 75% lower management overhead</li></ul>Risk Mitigation<br /><ul><li>Continuous availability and recovery in minutes
    5. 5. Non-disruptive disaster recovery testing
    6. 6. Secure retention for compliance needs</li></ul>Cost Efficiency<br /><ul><li>Minimize server and storage needs
    7. 7. Up to 90% less capacity used
    8. 8. Up to 70% less network utilization </li></ul>Business Agility<br /><ul><li>Accelerated business intelligence
    9. 9. Low-cost development and test</li></ul>3<br />3<br />
    10. 10. ESG: IT Priorities for 2010<br />4<br />
    11. 11. ESG: Business Initiatives and IT Spending 2010<br />5<br />
    12. 12. Gartner: Backup Trends 2010<br /> Trend 2006 2010<br />Primary backup method: D2D2T ~ 60%<br />Primary backup method: D2T 59% 25%<br />Preferred disk target VTL CIFS, NFS, OST<br />Average backup retention Years 90 days<br />6<br />
    13. 13. Mr. Backup on… Backup! http://www.backupcentral.com/content/view/299/47<br />It is possible to have a complete backup system based solely on snapshots and replications<br />You never do “restores”. In many cases, you can just start using the “backup” immediately while your primary is being repaired. <br />Your data is never put into any magical, proprietary format. There’s no backup catalog to worry about, back up, or recover in a DR scenario. And I can’t come up with any valid objection against it.<br />This is not only an acceptable method of backup and recovery, it’s actually a pretty dang good one.<br />7<br />Curtis Preston is an expert in backup & recovery systems and has been a consultant in the space since 1996. He's written three books on the subject, Backup & Recovery, Using SANs and NAS, and Unix Backup & Recovery. He is a frequent speaker and writer for Tech Target and other technical publications.<br />
    14. 14. 8<br />Data ProtectionRequirements<br />Solid reliability<br />Backup in minutes<br />Recover in minutes<br />Simple to deploy and manage<br />Lower TCO<br />
    15. 15. 9<br />Integrated Data Protection<br />Manage <br />and Monitor<br />Virtual<br />Clone<br />FCSAN Fabric<br />Encryption<br />DR<br />Backup<br />Archive<br />Backup<br />DC<br />BU<br />ROBO<br />Continuous<br />Availability<br />Snapshot Copies<br />Application<br />Integration<br />Tape<br />
    16. 16. 10<br />Efficiency: Key Components<br />Snapshot™ CopiesPoint-in-time copies that write only changed blocks. No performance penalty.<br />Saveover80%<br />RAID 6 Protection Protects against double disk failure with no performance penalty.<br />Saveup to95%<br />Saveup to95%<br />Thin Provisioning Flexible volumes appear to be a certain size but are really a much smaller pool.<br />DeduplicationRemoves data redundancies in primary and secondary storage.<br />Saveup to46%<br />Saveover80%<br />Virtual ClonesNear-zero space, instant “virtual” copies. Only subsequent changes in cloned data set get stored.<br />Saveup to33%<br />Thin Replication Disk-to-disk data protection saves up to 95%<br />
    17. 17. 11<br />Efficiency: Compounding Across Tiers<br />9:00AM<br />9:10AM<br />9:20AM<br />9:00AM<br />9:10AM<br />9:20AM<br />Efficient Secondary<br /><ul><li>Virtual Clones
    18. 18. Deduplication</li></ul>Efficient Replication<br /><ul><li>Changed data transfer
    19. 19. Network compression</li></ul>Efficient Primary<br /><ul><li>Thin provisioning
    20. 20. Deduplication</li></li></ul><li>Changed files<br />20TB<br />Move 20TB<br />Hours<br />Only changed blocks<br />20TB<br />Move 200GB<br />NetApp<br />Storage<br />Minutes<br />[ and less data stored! ]<br />SnapVault and Open Systems SnapVaultBackup in Minutes. Store Less Data.<br />Traditional Backup<br />1 Day<br />Tape or Disk<br />NetApp® Backup<br />12<br />12<br />
    21. 21. SnapVault and Open Systems SnapVaultOptimized D2D Backup Reduces Tape Costs<br />250TB<br />Space savings versus tape<br /><ul><li>12TB data
    22. 22. Weekly fulls, daily incrementals
    23. 23. 90-day retention
    24. 24. 10% daily file-level changes
    25. 25. 2% daily block-level changes
    26. 26. Day 90: 34TB on disk; 250TB on tape.</li></ul>SnapVault®<br />Tape<br />76.8TB<br />34TB<br />19TB<br />12TB<br />12TB<br />13.5TB<br />19TB<br />Day 1<br />Day 7<br />Day 30<br />Day 90<br />13<br />13<br />
    27. 27. Customer Response to Mr. Backuphttp://blogs.netapp.com/exposed/2010/02/as-one-can-expect-from-curtis-very-through-overview-based-on-first-hand-experience-theres-not-much-to-argue-with--httpww.html<br />14<br />
    28. 28. Healthcare Customer: Exchange<br />15<br />8000 Mailboxes<br />4.5TB Exchange DB<br />2TB Exchange logs<br />EXCH<br />EXCH<br />EXCH<br />Snapvault ~0,2% per day<br />30 daily<br />4 each day<br />90 daily<br />40 weekly<br />Space used for Snapshots (Backup)<br />15%<br />975GB<br />35%<br />2.2TB<br />
    29. 29. Financial Customer: CIFS<br />16<br />home- and group directories <br />for 30k users<br />100TB primary data<br />Space savings with Dedupe 28%<br />Snapvault ~2% per week<br />14 hourly<br />12 daily<br />4 weekly<br />4 weekly<br />10-20 monthly<br />Space used for Snapshots (Backup)<br />13%<br />13TB<br />45%<br />45TB<br />
    30. 30. Financial Customer: OSSV Windows<br />17<br />612 Windows server<br />WAN connected (~200 by 32kbps)<br />9,3TB primary data<br />Backup gespiegelt in zwei RZ<br />Snapvault ~2% per day<br />30 daily<br />27 weekly<br />Space used for Snapshots (Backup)<br />107%<br />10TB<br />
    31. 31. Financial Customer: VMware<br />18<br />9 ESX Servers<br />60 Server / 30 Wks (VDI) VMs<br />2TB primary data<br />Space savings with dedupe 65%<br />Space savings with dedupe 65%<br />Snapvault ~3% per day<br />7 daily<br />100 daily<br />Space used for Snapshots (Backup)<br />30%<br />600GB<br />319%<br />6.4TB<br />
    32. 32. Rules of ThumbSpace used by Snapshots<br />*this are numbers measured at our customers. Those number may vary and are solely based on the block-level change (consider e.g. database imports and re-orgs, defrag jobs, archive logs, swap files) that is generated by the application. Check our best practices on www.netapp.com/library/tr. <br />
    33. 33. 20<br />Swiss Customers: Snapshots<br />How much space is used with 424’963 copies of data?<br />Answer: 1’084 TB (6.7%)<br />How much space is logically represented?<br />Answer: 265’435 TB (1600%)<br />*Analysis over a subset of systems in Switzerland<br />
    34. 34. NetApp provides more storage per tile<br />Overall Systems in Switzerland (analyzed subset):<br />16x effective storage capacity using NetApp SnapShots<br />
    35. 35. Swiss Customers: Snapshots per Volume<br />22<br />
    36. 36. Rules of ThumbSpace saved by dedupe<br />*this are numbers measured at our customers. Those number may vary and are solely based on the block-level change (consider e.g. database imports and re-orgs, defrag jobs, archive logs, swap files) that is generated by the application. Check our best practices on www.netapp.com/library/tr. <br />
    37. 37. Dedupe in Switzerland<br />Analysis over 3364 dedupe enabled volumes with over 1,5PB of data<br />Average Space savings overall: 37%<br />Average Space savings on VMware Vols: 74%<br />Enabled on over 395PB on 30’000 systems worldwide!<br />24<br />
    38. 38. 25<br />Deduplication for BackupNetApp Customer Data<br />Percentage Savings<br />Percentage Savings<br />Data collected from NetApp AutoSupport profiling actual data<br />Basic savings calculations can be made at secalc.com<br />Pro forma savings estimation pool (SSET) available from Sales Engineers<br />25<br />
    39. 39. Total Cost Index<br />Acquisition, operations, support, and media costs normalized to overall total cost of NetApp® SnapVault® disk-to-disk backup<br />Oliver Wyman TCO StudySnapVault + dedupe: 63% less expensive than tape-based backup<br />63% Cost Savings<br />Administrative overhead reduction<br />Tape acquisition and storage cost reduction<br />10x increase in restore speed  downtime cost reduction<br />Dedupe + block incrementals  speed, reliability, consistency, efficiency<br />* Source: Oliver Wyman Total Cost Comparison Interviews, 2006 – 2008; standardized environment with 30TB backup data + 4 remote sites<br />26<br />26<br />
    40. 40. 27<br />NetApp D2D Backup<br />98% reduction in backup time: 16 hours to 15 minutes<br />$100k savings for remote backups<br />500 person-hours saved per year on operations<br />3100 servers consolidated to 134 with VMware<br />Re-architected backup<br />Reduced full backup time from 96 hours to 30 minutes <br />Eliminated tape loaders from backup infrastructure<br />Recycled 225 tons of tape libraries & gear<br />397,000 customers, 35TB daily backups<br />Improve backup reliability from 80% to 100%<br />Backup 90% of data, up from 60-70%<br />No licensed backup clients at the VM OS level<br />10 minute full VM restores<br />“Using NetApp SnapVault to back up our VMware environment is saving us money. Experts who have worked on our system say our solution is better than any they’ve seen before. It’s cheaper – and delivers faster backup and recovery.” Chris Rima, Supervisor, Infrastructure Systems, Tucson Electric Power<br />
    41. 41. 28<br />NetApp D2D Backup<br />16x faster backups, 6x faster restores<br />80% storage space savings<br />Eliminated new tape infrastructure spending<br />Budget re-allocated to SnapMirror tapeless DR<br />1PB backed up across 80 field offices, 6 design centers, 5000 employees<br />100% successful backups & restores<br />Eliminated all future tape library purchases<br />$500,000 in administrative savings (2 FTEs)<br />100% system uptime with five nines availability<br />70% tapeless storage environment<br />Reduced backup times from 2 days to 30 minutes<br />Backup failure rate reduced from 25% to <1%<br />“If the data is online, NetApp OSSV gets it backed up. That kind of reliability is priceless. And since OSSV uses incremental updates, jobs complete in 30 minutes instead of two days. It’s rock solid.” Karl Konnerth, Director of Enterprise Operations, Affymetrix, 9/08<br />
    42. 42. 29<br />Delivering Value for Remote Office Backup<br /><ul><li>170+ systems forward deployed in operations
    43. 43. 128Kb links used for agent-based replication
    44. 44. 442 remote offices have eliminated tape
    45. 45. 88% faster backups – nightly backups take 15 minutes
    46. 46. 700 branch and remote offices
    47. 47. 400 using smaller applications with replication
    48. 48. 300 using agent-based backups
    49. 49. 100s of offshore oil rigs backing up over 56K links</li></li></ul><li>460 Remote Branches<br />DR<br />Site<br />Open Systems<br />SnapVault® <br />Data<br />Center<br />FAS3020<br />SnapMirror®<br />ADSL<br />Red Hat Linux®<br />Red Hat Linux<br />Red Hat Linux<br />FAS3020<br />460 locations—OSSV backup; SnapMirror DR; Protection Manager management <br />Nondisruptive backups; 88% faster recoveries<br />Eliminated tape at remote sites<br />Replicating over 256kbp/sec ADSL lines (OSSV limits its consumption to 60%)<br />“With NetApp, we can back up each office in 15 minutes and can run 32 backups in parallel. And instead of 2½ to 3 hours of downtime every night for our sales applications, we have reduced downtime to zero.” - Rob Davidson, head of IT Infrastructure at Swinton<br />30<br />30<br />ROBO Backup Case: Swinton Insurance<br />
    50. 50. 31<br />Simplicity: Protection Manager<br />Failure Readiness<br />Protection Status<br />Logs<br />SnapMirror /<br />SnapVault<br />Events<br />Unprotected Data<br />Efficiency<br />
    51. 51. Annual Benefits<br />Where the Benefits Come From<br />Application Layer - $57,280 annual benefits<br />20% reduction in end user downtime<br />Time to recover reduced from 24 to 2 hours<br />Database Layer - $55,680 annual benefits<br />30% reduction in end user downtime<br />Time to recover reduced from 24 to 2 hours<br />Server Layer – $40,980 annual benefits<br />60% increase in time to restore<br />10% improvement in unused storage capacity<br />Storage Layer – $96,720 annual benefits<br />40% efficiency improvement in managing scripts<br />40% improvement in managing data protection<br />20% improvement in new storage utilization spend<br />
    52. 52. NetApp D2D Backup Value<br />Thin <br />Replication<br />NetApp<br />Deduplication<br />Open Systems<br />SnapVault<br />Protection<br />Manager<br />SnapVault<br />SnapMirror<br />Faster Backup in minutes<br />More Reliable Consistently achieve 100% success rates<br />Easier to Manage Autodiscover, autoprovision, autoprotect<br />Network Efficient Thin Replication<br />Storage Efficient 90% space savings w/ deduplication<br />Cost Effective 63% less expensive than tape backups<br />33<br />33<br />
    53. 53. 34<br />© 2009 NetApp. All rights reserved.<br />Thank You<br />34<br />NetApp Confidential - Limited Use<br />
    54. 54. SnapVault<br />What is it?<br />Backup license<br />NetApp® storage via Data ONTAP®<br />What does it do?<br />Back up NetApp storage to NetApp storage<br />Creates backups in seconds<br />Block-level incrementals <br />Centralizes ROBO backups over WAN; eliminates remote site tapes<br />Keeps multiple backups online and available <br />Enables self-service restore<br />35<br />35<br />SnapVault<br />
    55. 55. Open Systems SnapVault<br />What is it?<br />Backup agent<br />Windows®, Linux®, UNIX®, VMware® ESX <br />What does it do?<br />Back up any storage to NetApp® storage<br />Block-level incrementals (only changed blocks are transferred/stored)<br />Reduce network traffic and storage footprint<br />Centralize ROBO backups over WAN <br />Eliminate remote site tapes<br />Protect data center file systems and virtual servers<br />36<br />36<br />Open Systems SnapVault<br />
    56. 56. Open Systems SnapVaultRemote Offices and VMware<br />Remote Office Solution<br />VMware Solution<br />New/changed blocks<br />New/changed blocks<br />RemoteOffices<br />Central Storage with Dedupe<br />VMware Servers<br />Central Storage with Dedupe<br /><ul><li>Eliminate remote site complexity
    57. 57. Scales to thousands of sites
    58. 58. Full VMDK level restore
    59. 59. VMotion support (via VirtualCenter)
    60. 60. Bandwidth and storage efficient
    61. 61. Simple, easy to use, fast, reliable!
    62. 62. Centralized management</li></ul>37<br />
    63. 63. 38<br />38<br />SnapVault and SnapMirror<br />SnapMirror®<br />Disaster recovery<br />Destination can be read-write<br />Can mirror every minute<br />RPO usually minutes<br />True mirroring technology<br />Deletions reflected in mirror<br />Low RTO<br />Supports failover/failback<br />Bi-directional transfers<br />IP or FC connections<br />SnapVault®<br />Backup and Restore<br />Destination always read-only<br />Can backup every hour<br />RPO is 1 hour or more<br />Long-term retention<br />Keeps multiple file versions<br />Many recovery points online<br />CIFS/NFS accessible<br />One-way transfers*<br />IP connections<br />38<br />
    64. 64. SnapManager<br />What is it?<br />Backup agent / Management agent<br />Exchange, Oracle, SQL<br />What does it do?<br />Consistent Backups, Automated Management for NetApp Storage<br />Automated, application consistent backup <br />With SnapMirror, SnapVault, Protection Manager<br />‘Single button’ failover and failback<br />Application and database recovery in minutes<br />Large scale deployments and migrations<br />39<br />39<br />SnapManager<br />
    65. 65. Protection <br />Manager<br />What is it?<br />Management application<br />SnapMirror®, SnapManager®, SnapVault®, Open Systems SnapVault<br />What does it do?<br />Simple policy-based management<br />Automatically discovers new data<br />Automatically provisions secondary storage<br />Automatically executes data protection policies<br />Eliminates manual configuration<br />Provides automated exception reporting<br />Streamlines management for up to tens of thousands of relationships<br />40<br />40<br />Protection Manager<br />“We’ve grown our disk capacity by some 700% and yet have actually reduced ourdepartment size by more than 30%.” –Bradley Lauritsen, Apache Corporation team lead<br />
    66. 66. 41<br />Our Credentials<br />> 500,000 Terabytes protected for disaster recovery or backup purposes<br />> 45,000 Deduplication-enabled systems<br />> 65,000 Systems use replication-based data protection<br />> 60,000 Servers backed up using our open systems backup technology<br />> 60% F100 companies use NetApp replication-based data protection<br />
    67. 67. 42<br />Strategic Direction<br />Convergence of disk-based disaster recovery and backup<br />Transparent protection for scale-out architectures<br />Advanced protection for fully virtualized, cloud-based deployments<br />
    68. 68. 43<br />© 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.<br />Thank You<br />NetApp Confidential - Limited Use<br />
    69. 69. Unified Architecture<br />High-End SAN<br />Low/Midrange SAN<br />NAS<br />Backup<br />Virtualization<br />Disaster Recovery<br />Archive & Compliance<br />NetApp®<br />Industry Approach<br />FAS family<br />Data ONTAP®<br />FlexibilityEfficiency<br />Agility<br />Value<br />Different hardware<br />Different software<br />Different replication<br />Different processes<br />Same hardware<br />Same software<br />Same replication<br />Same processes<br />44<br />NetApp Confidential - Internal Use Only<br />
    70. 70. Unified Architecture<br />High-end SAN<br />ReplicationProduct A<br />Platform 1<br />OS1<br />Low-end SAN<br />ReplicationProduct B<br />Platform 2<br />OS2<br />ReplicationProduct C<br />Platform 3<br />OS3<br />NAS<br />ReplicationProduct D<br />Platform 4<br />OS4<br />Compliance<br />Competitors<br />NetApp<br />Single platform<br />SAN & NAS<br />Integrated Backup<br />Any-to-any <br />Less training<br />NetApp<br />SecondaryStorage<br />45<br />

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