Webinar- Simple and Cost-Effective Disaster Recovery in the Cloud - 7-19-12

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Webinar- Simple and Cost-Effective Disaster Recovery in the Cloud - 7-19-12

  1. 1. 2 1Presented By: Ken Seitz, Manager of Product Strategy
  2. 2. 2Ken SeitzManager ofProduct Strategy
  3. 3. 3DR is more thanjust a check box in yourBusiness Continuity Handbook
  4. 4. 4Disaster Recovery: The Challenge
  5. 5. 5DR “is” a priority for businesses Of enterprises have indicated that improving disaster recovery capabilities is a high priority*• How would losing data affect your business?• How long would it take you to recovery from a disaster?• What is the long term impact to your company’s reputation?*Jan. 25, 2010 – The State of Enterprise IT: 2009 to 2010 - Forrester
  6. 6. 6 The BC/DR Challenges• Duplicate infrastructure isn’t cost-effective or scalable• Documentation maintenance rarely happens• Requires a high level of knowledge of the environment by the service provider• Data replication solutions, outside of snapshotting, is expensive• Many replication options carry the production problem forward due to lack of “roll back”• Failback is extremely time consuming• Moving the data is only part of the need• Audit and testing difficulties
  7. 7. 7 Definitions• Disaster Recovery -- The ability to react to a business interruption and recover information technology (systems, data, applications, processes, people) according to a plan.• Business Continuity -- The discipline of maintaining the operation of a business despite interruption of its processes, in whole or in part, regardless of cause or duration.• Recovery Time Objective -- How quickly can full operation be restored?• Recovery Point Objective -- How current is the data that is being restored?
  8. 8. 8Difference Between BusinessContinuity & Disaster Recovery
  9. 9. 9 Disaster Recovery &Business Continuity Planning
  10. 10. 10WorldwideContinuitySpending
  11. 11. 11MarketPerspective
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  13. 13. 13Jared StanleyCloud Architect
  14. 14. 14 DR Past• In the 90’s, it was your one data center, backed up to tape – maybe disk, and outsourced to a recovery provider with equipment you shared with others. You fought for test time and planned your test rather than tested your plan.• In the early 90’s DR was focused on Disaster Recovery (post event)….today it’s Business Continuance through a disaster (resiliency or surviving through an event).
  15. 15. 15 DR Now• Many more options due to virtualization and improvements in replication• New Concepts Metro DR (Not the other side of the moon), Caching example, Containers• The big four has not changed RPO, RTO, Compliance/audit regulations, and DRPG• Network and SAN are the key components and where all the contingency resides (Compute becoming more like a cell phone without a SIM card)• DR has become essential to the business from a viability perspective
  16. 16. 16 Interesting Facts• Disasters are not always the result of high winds and rain. In the past two years, 52% of businesses experienced an unforeseen interruption, and the vast majority (81%) of these interruptions caused the business to be closed for one or more days. Source: Gartner• 80 percent of companies without well-conceived data protection and recovery strategies go out of business within 2 years of a major disaster. Source: US National Archives and Records Administration• For any business, large or small, the worst thing that can happen is an unexpected event that stops you trading or drives your customers away. Some 80% of companies that suffer a major disaster and don’t have any form of contingency planning go into liquidation within 18 months. Source: Lloyds TSB
  17. 17. 17 Framework for IT DR Strategy Network Design• Internal: server name and address switchover to DR site • External: WAN design for site-to-site traffic redirection• Internal: security domain switchover to production • External: WAN optimized for data replication and• Telephony: internal telephony switchover redirected production traffic Strategy Data Location Provisioning Protection Alternatives • Vaulted tape backups• Internal • Dedicated hot standby • Data Replication• Co-location • Repurpose cold standby DB log• Commercial Hot Site • Repurpose UAT/Test/Dev Server volume• Hybrid • Shared Vendor services SAN volume• Distributed Operations • Quickship Vendor Services Storage volume Internal Co-location • ATOD Replenish  Filesystem
  18. 18. 18 Market Trends• Optimization of internal Infrastructures to support the business in performance/profit AND recoverability/resilience (i.e. repurposing QA/Test/Dev for DR)• Executive focus on BC/DR in terms of compliance, security, social media, and business relevance• Data replication & VTL solutions replacing backup to tape• BC/DR viewed in terms of IT Service Continuity & Service Resilience• Power grid concerns and impacts• Outsourcing Production and DR increasing rapidly (Why?)
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  20. 20. 20Mike CarmanBusiness DevelopmentManager
  21. 21. 21Disasters Happen. Do You Need Protection? 43% of companies experiencing disasters never re-open, and 29% close within two years (McGladrey and Pullen) 93% of business that lost their data center for 10 days went bankrupt within one year (National Archives & Records Administration) 40% of all companies that experience a major disaster will go out of business if they cannot gain access to their data within 24 hours (Gartner) Top executives say 10 hours to recovery; IT managers say up to 30 hours (Harris Interactive)
  22. 22. 22Traditional Availability Silos Are Complex and Expensive Middleware / Java Local Availability Oracle RAC Disaster DB Mirroring DB Access App Server Recovery Group Clusters Oracle MS Clustering DataGuard Data CCR / SCR Session State Replication Protection Custom solution for each application stack Complex and expensive Highly skilled staff to configure and manage Risk of errors Expensive licenses (e.g. RAC) Dedicated standby infrastructure
  23. 23. 23BC/DR is the #1 reason why people virtualize … Top Five Objectives for VirtualizationUse virtualization to improve Business Continuity and DisasterRecovery (BCDR) 46%Improve virtual machine performance 33%Increase the server consolidation ratio 32%Improve VM environment management 31%More mission-critical applications 24% Source: WW VMware customer survey, January 2010 N=1083
  24. 24. 24 VMware Business Continuity PillarsData Protection Local Availability Disaster Recovery X Reliable Platform
  25. 25. 25 Requirements for Building Business Continuity Solutions • Over 85% of customers using forBuilt on a reliable production applicationsplatform • No reliance on OS or arbitrary driversIndependent of physical • Hardware-independent protectioninfrastructureProtection across operating • Application and OS independentsystems and applications protection • Protection against planned andProtection against a unplanned downtimebroad spectrum of • Protection against component, server,downtime causes data, and site failures
  26. 26. 26 Key Drivers to a Successful DR Solution Operational Readiness Align IT governance and processes Ongoing Testing Understand• Which parts of the business need to be protected Design and test a plan Build your core virtualization environment to best practices • VMware Infrastructure configuration at Disaster Recovery site • Well designed architecture and resource management • Handling of network and storage at recovery site
  27. 27. 27 Challenges of Traditional Disaster RecoveryComplex recovery Dependent on requirements manual processes, perfect training, documentation, and execution Failure to meet business objectives ? ? • Expensive ? • Days or weeks to ? recover ? • Unreliable – manual ? untested processes ? and configuration drift ?
  28. 28. 28Consider the Cloud Cloud Web PC / Client-Server Mainframe Cloud Computing is transforming the delivery of IT services
  29. 29. 29Cloud Adoption Top Driver is Business Agility 88% Rate Cloud Computing as Priority Over the Next 18 Months Q9: Which of the following are top drivers of cloud computing initiatives at your organization? (Please check all that apply)
  30. 30. 30CustomerPerspective
  31. 31. 31 43 Locations in theAtlanta Area Here to Serve You!
  32. 32. 32Richard AldridgeCorporate VP/CIO
  33. 33. 33Jonathan CoxDirector of Technology
  34. 34. 34 Richard Aldridge & Jonathan Cox• What did you look for in a DR solution and why did you land on the cloud?• Can you give us a little information about your solution?• Can you give us some detail about the results of your solution? (or your expectation for results?)
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  36. 36. 36Joseph SweeneyDirector of Development& Infrastructure
  37. 37. 37 Joseph Sweeney• What were your requirements for DR?• Why the cloud for DR?• Tell us about your environment?• Impact to your business?
  38. 38. 38WhyPeak 10?
  39. 39. 39Peak 10 DisasterRecovery ServicesReduce vulnerability to unexpectedevents and interruptions: Hurricanes Flooding Massive Power Outages Hardware Failures Terrorist Activities Human Error More...Minimize the impact of downtime to: Employees Partners Customers Your Bottom LineReduce the loss of critical data thatcan impact: Employee Productivity Customer Satisfaction Corporate ProfitabilityEnsure Regulatory Compliance
  40. 40. 40Peak 10 DisasterRecovery ServicesProtect Your Critical Systems and Data Hot Sites Cold Sites Mobile Recovery Recovery CloudService and BenefitsScalable and affordable solutions forbusinessesof all sizesAccess to disaster recovery resources,best practices and knowledgeGeographic diversity with multiple enterpriseclass data centersCloud recovery optionsAccess to multiple Internet service providersConnectivity from facility to facility via Peak 10’sprivate OCx network

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