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1 David Foo Solution Specialist Incubation Server Division David Foo Solution Specialist Incubation Server Division New Opportunity through Windows Server R2, File&Print and DPM

2 NDA 2 Agenda Customer Pain Points (Your value proposition) Microsofts Branch Office, File & Print and DPM Solutions Roadmap Summary Q&A

3 NDA 3 The Branch Office OVERVIEW Why are branches important? Why are branches important? 30% of businesses have remote sites 30% of businesses have remote sites Branches consume nearly 33% of IT budgets Branches consume nearly 33% of IT budgets 55% of larger organizations (1000+ employees) headcount in branch sites 55% of larger organizations (1000+ employees) headcount in branch sites Larger organizations (1000+ employees) spent US $25B on WANs in 2003 Larger organizations (1000+ employees) spent US $25B on WANs in 2003 Key Issues Key Issues Consolidation: Do we need branch servers? Consolidation: Do we need branch servers? Productivity/Performance vs. Cost Productivity/Performance vs. Cost Sources: Harte-Hanks 2004, AMI Partners 2003 The WAN is largest recurring cost other than people in IS organizations Gartner

4 NDA 4 The Branch Office CONSOLIDATION Most companies have consolidated their central servers Most companies have consolidated their central servers Consolidation paths are clear – Windows Server 2003 scalability Consolidation paths are clear – Windows Server 2003 scalability Focus shifting to branch server consolidation Focus shifting to branch server consolidation Path is less obvious. TCO gains come with trade-offs Path is less obvious. TCO gains come with trade-offs Servers in branch sites? Servers in central sites? Low Server Management Costs Low Server Management Costs WANs Decrease Branch Productivity WANs Decrease Branch Productivity Bandwidth, Latency, Availability Bandwidth, Latency, Availability or Increases Branch Productivity/Autonomy Increases Branch Productivity/Autonomy High Server Management Costs High Server Management Costs Backup, recovery, repair, etc… Backup, recovery, repair, etc…

5 NDA 5 The Branch Office WAN CHALLENGES Low bandwidth & high latency Low bandwidth & high latency Hinders branch performance productivity Hinders branch performance productivity IP tuning helps, limiting round trips is vital IP tuning helps, limiting round trips is vital WAN optimized client/server protocols WAN optimized client/server protocols LAN speeds mask inefficient protocols LAN speeds mask inefficient protocols File (CIFS & NFS), Print, Authentication File (CIFS & NFS), Print, Authentication Protocols are evolving Protocols are evolving HTTP, BITS, Cached Exchange Mode are WAN ready HTTP, BITS, Cached Exchange Mode are WAN ready Branch servers mitigate WAN limitations but…… Branch servers mitigate WAN limitations but…… Difficult to manage, create Mini Data-Centers Difficult to manage, create Mini Data-Centers If the WAN was like a LAN there would be no problem

6 NDA 6 The Branch Office MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES At the Branch Office At the Branch Office On-site admins scarce On-site admins scarce Remedies pricey: Flying Doctors ~$140/hr Remedies pricey: Flying Doctors ~$140/hr Data protection expensive/unreliable Data protection expensive/unreliable Consolidating multiple server roles Consolidating multiple server roles Difficult to maintain delegation boundaries – e.g. DCs Difficult to maintain delegation boundaries – e.g. DCs From Central Sites From Central Sites Admins central, managing branch remotely Admins central, managing branch remotely Offshore admins for large sites, Follow-the-Sun 24/7 Offshore admins for large sites, Follow-the-Sun 24/7 Monthly reoccurring deployment of patches can be costly Monthly reoccurring deployment of patches can be costly Management Tools Management Tools Lack scalability for large number of sites (Policy, Delegation) Lack scalability for large number of sites (Policy, Delegation) Need one-to-many tools for multi-role cookie cutter servers Need one-to-many tools for multi-role cookie cutter servers Branch servers are a necessary evil

7 What value you bring … Windows Server 2003 R2 DFS EFS Windows Sharepoint Services FSRM Print Manager DPM – Data Protection Manager NDA 7

8 Capacity Management Policy Management File Screening Quota Management Server Resource Manager (FSRM) File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) Print Manager Data protection Manager Windows Server 2003 R2 Feature with DPM

9 Quotas: Quotas: Template-based configuration Template-based configuration Limits can be hard or soft Limits can be hard or soft Storage reports: Storage reports: File system-related reports for tracking storage File system-related reports for tracking storage On-demand and scheduled reports On-demand and scheduled reports File screening: File screening: Allow/disallow file creation on specified folder trees Allow/disallow file creation on specified folder trees Send alerts, notifications, and maintain a list of policy violations Send alerts, notifications, and maintain a list of policy violations R2: Only name-based screening of files R2: Only name-based screening of files Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 (1) FSRM

10 Core benefits: Core benefits: Capabilities Capabilities Manageability Manageability WAN efficiency WAN efficiency Availability Availability Single system – many scenarios: Single system – many scenarios: Distribution of hub files to branches: Distribution of hub files to branches: Applications, documents, patches, etc. Applications, documents, patches, etc. Collection of files from branches to hubs Collection of files from branches to hubs Eradicate tape backup in branch Eradicate tape backup in branch Last-writer-wins Last-writer-wins Distributed file sharing: Distributed file sharing: Efficiently transfer files between sites Efficiently transfer files between sites Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 (4) Distributed File System

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12 Generalized algorithm that sends only changes when transferring data over a network: Generalized algorithm that sends only changes when transferring data over a network: In R2, used for calculating deltas for file updates in DFS-R In R2, used for calculating deltas for file updates in DFS-R In Windows – Codename Longhorn, also able to reconstruct new files from existing files on receiver in DFS-R In Windows – Codename Longhorn, also able to reconstruct new files from existing files on receiver in DFS-R Also available as a library in R2 for developers Also available as a library in R2 for developers RDC examples: RDC examples: Change title in a 3 MB PowerPoint, resynchronization takes just 16 K Change title in a 3 MB PowerPoint, resynchronization takes just 16 K Install a 12MB AdminPack in a 2.6 GB Virtual Server.VHD file, resynchronization takes 7 MB Install a 12MB AdminPack in a 2.6 GB Virtual Server.VHD file, resynchronization takes 7 MB Remote Differential Compression (RDC)

13 Bandwidth Reduction Factors: RDC vs. Full File Transfer.DOC 489 K.DOC 2.6 M.MPP241K.PPT594K.XLS2.4M.ZIP348K.HTM425K.PPT3.9M.PST293M VSD 318 K DFS Replication RDC Reduction Factors

14 Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 (5) Print Management Console

15 15 Implementation Scenarios Branch office data protection Backup process Agent deployed to branch office servers Agent captures data and replicates to DPM server in HQ DPM takes snapshots to enable recovery at multiple points in time Benefits Rapid & reliable recovery including end user recovery Less potential data loss Easy and efficient scheduling and management No trained staff needed in branch Reduce tape equipment requirements in the branch Corporate WAN New York Chicago Los Angeles Clients Headquarters DPM Server

16 16 Completing the D2D2T scenario Provided to ISVs to complete D2D2T scenario (Archive data from DPS to tape) DPM SDK (writer, requestor) Allows for restore of DPM server itself (system state, replicas) Enables restore of any file object on production servers from tape Provides ISVs ability to control this process through their software applications Solutions available: Yosemite, Veritas, Windows Backup Clients ActiveDirectory File Servers DPM Servers Tape Library

17 NDA 17 Branch Office Roadmap ACHIEVING THE VISION WAN Friendly File Replication WAN Friendly File Replication Scalable Monitoring Scalable Monitoring Centralized Printer Management Centralized Printer Management Disk back-up of file servers Disk back-up of file servers Multi-role OEM pre-installs Multi-product guidance BITS caching BITS caching P2P Patch caching P2P Patch caching Offline Address Book Tuning Offline Address Book Tuning New Client Side Caching New Client Side Caching Appliance for file/web caching Appliance for file/web caching Branch Office Infrastructure Solution (BOIS) for end-to-end guidance Branch Office Infrastructure Solution (BOIS) for end-to-end guidance Technologie s R2-based BOIS/potential packaged offerings R2-based BOIS/potential packaged offerings Appliance plus mail caching & replication Appliance plus mail caching & replication CY 2005 CY 2006

18 NDA 18 Microsoft & the Branch Office MORE INFORMATION - RESOURCES Microsoft Branch Office Portal Windows Server System Windows Server 2003 R2 Systems Center Data Protection Manager

19 © 2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, in this summary.


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