Presentation on theme: "Christian Schwartz-Sørensen"— Presentation transcript:
1 Christian Schwartz-Sørensen Business Manager, Solutions ArchitectNetkoncept A/S
2 Agenda Why backup and recovery is important Customer pain points Target customersIntroducing DPMHow it actually worksLicensingQ n A
3 Backup And Recovery Is… …Business necessityInformation is most valuable assetComprehensive backup strategy is an essential infrastructure component…Attractive target for cost reduction~ 70% of total cost is manual laborRespond to backup market shift from tape to disk…Becoming more and more painfulStorage requirements growing at an exponential rateRegulation and CompliancePURPOSE OF THIS SLIDEExplain why backup and recovery is important to customersFor the security of their dataMeans to help them improve the operational efficiency of their systems as discussed on previous slides, recover some costs attributed to manual tasksHighlight how backup systems are now an integral component of the strategic data planHighlight how Microsoft is working on the customers behalf to help them protect their windows data, and improve their satisfaction in dealing with our servers.
4 Industry Waves Backup and recovery evolution Disk based backup becoming cost effectiveArchive and Backup divergeRecovery in minutes or secondsContinuous backupEnd user recoveryFutureMajority of companies use tapeTape one size fits allBackup once per dayTape recoveries slow & unreliableAdministrators do all recoveriesTodayVersion 1.0
5 PURPOSE OF THIS SLIDEAnnounce mission statement and the fact that Microsoft is entering into the backup & recovery business with DPMAddress the 3 core tenets briefly of increasing operational efficiency, faster recovery and lower costs.
6 Customer Data Protection Pain Points “I can guarantee backup, never recovery”Recovery is unreliable and painfulTypical recovery takes hours or days42% of companies had a failed recovery in the past year50% of customers wish for online backup verificationAll recoveries are done by IT administrators“Backups take much too long”Backup is too complex and slowShrinking backup windowBackups are too slow24 hours of data loss assumedLots of failed backup jobs, lots of manual schedulingPurpose of slideOne slide summary of customer pain points around data protection and explain how DPM solves them“70% of my backupcosts are labor”Costs are too highToo many hours of labor spent on backup and recoveryToo many tapes, hardware purchasesMassive data growth increases costs
7 Customer Pains Eliminated with DPM Faster recoveryDesigned for fast recoveryEnables a whole new recovery scenario–end users: files, Admins: serversSnapshots enable multiple recovery pointsRapid and Reliable RecoveryEliminating Backup WindowFaster and More Efficient BackupNever do a full backup from a production server againAvoid the shrinking backup windowContinuous and efficient protectionLower TCODesigned to reduce TCO via continuous, disk-based backupAutomatic protection schedules = reduce operational costs, increase efficiencyAllows end users to easily recover their own filesUsability and easier managementIntegration into existing environmentOperational Simplicity
8 Typical Backup Issuies in schools Item level restore is not an optionBackup is only for disaster recoveryBackup is handled decentralised due to bandwith limitationsExample of customer: Backup performed over WAN (ADSL) – elapsetid approx. 24 hours
9 Ideal Customers Enterprises with lots of branch offices Many distributed branch office file serversFew or no dedicated IT staff in the branchLikely to currently use existing tape infrastructureHigh backup costsPURPOSE OF THIS SLIDEExplain what the core target market for DPM is
10 Ideal CustomersDPM is a solution for customers of all sizes but the ideal customers are:Medium-sized data centers5 - 99 serversSignificant backup window issuesFrequent file recoveries from tapeFew IT staffFamiliarity with VSSHave a Recovery Point Objective (RPO) of approximately one hourHave a faster Recovery Time Objective (RTO) than tape can provideEnterprises with lots of branch officesMany distributed branch office file serversFew or no dedicated IT staff in the branchLikely to currently use existing tape infrastructureHigh backup costsPURPOSE OF THIS SLIDEExplain what the core target market for DPM is
11 Implementation Scenarios D2D2T backup scenario within the data center ClientsActive DirectoryFile ServersDPM ServerTape LibraryBackup toTape via3rd partysoftwareArchiveOffsitePURPOSE OF THIS SLIDEExplain how these customers are going to implement DPMExplain how DPM Works at a high levelAgents are deployed on each production file serverAgent logs all changes that occur on the production serversLogs are replicated and stored on DPM server based on IT administrator policyAssume you wish to protect “d:\” on the server FileServe01An agent is installed on FileServe01 from the DPM management consoleAn initial copy of “d:\” is copied to the DPM server and a replica is created on FileServe01Agents log byte-level changes on FileServe01 and periodically send this data back to the DPM serverThe changes are applied to the replica of “d:\” and shadow copies of the replica are taken on a scheduled basis (per policy)Shadow copies can be used for administrator or, optionally, end user recovery (optional)How Microsoft Data Protection Manager worksAgents are deployed on each production file serverCapture only byte level changesAgent logs all changes that occur on the production serversLogs are replicated and stored on DPM server based on IT administrator policyProduction server not impactedDPM becomes first tier of data protection
12 Implementation Scenarios Branch office data protection Backup processAgent deployed to branch office serversAgent captures data and replicates to DPM server in HQDPM takes snapshots to enable recovery at multiple points in timeBenefitsRapid & reliable recovery including end user recoveryLess potential data lossEasy and efficient scheduling and managementNo trained staff needed in branchReduce tape equipment requirements in the branchClientsSchool 1DPM ServerCorporate WANClientsFile Screening in Windows Server 2003 R2Allow/disallow file creation on specified folder treesSend alerts, notifications and maintain a list of policy violationsR2: Only name-based screening of filesSchool 2HeadquartersClientsSchool 3
13 How DPM Works DPM application installation ClientsActive DirectoryDPM Server:Windows Server 2003 or Storage ServerAD, SQL, Reporting ServicesLots of (inexpensive) disksIndustry standard hardware & softwareInstalled in parallel to tape solution; complimentaryFile ServersDPM ServerPURPOSE OF THIS SLIDEExplain how a typical implementation of DPM will lookKey componentsTape LibraryBackup To TapeArchive Offsite
14 How DPM Works Detecting new file servers on the network ClientsActive DirectoryAuto-discovery of Servers or SharesScheduled discovery jobQueries AD for new serversProtects Windows Server 2003, Windows Storage Server 2003 or Windows 2000 file servers (non-clustered)Admin is alerted to new servers; Admin never surprised again!New Server “Exec1” Set up Protection?File ServersDPM ServerNew Server “Exec1”
15 How DPM Works File server backups ClientsActive DirectoryBackup SchedulingFile Servers backed up hourly or daily to DPM serverMultiple restore points achieved via point in time shadow copiesSnapshots can be backed further backed up to tape“Lose no more than 1 hour”File ServersDPM Server
16 How DPM Works Restores Clients Active Directory Customer Scenarios End User Recovery (via DPM client)Restore entire servers, volumes, sharesSnapshots taken of production data without disconnecting the application accessing the dataFile ServersDPM Server
17 DPM/MOM Integration Control and monitor multiple DPM servers All alerts and events uploaded to MOM
18 System Center = Microsoft’s management product line… Release RoadmapSystem Center = Microsoft’s management product line…Deeper application support:Microsoft ExchangeMicrosoft SQL ServerWindows Sharepoint ServicesOther Microsoft appsAdvanced data protection featuresBare Metal RecoveryCluster SupportDeeper SAN integration2007 and BeyondMicrosoft Data Protection ManagerFile Protection and RecoveryEfficient, continuous data protectionRapid and reliable disk-based data recoveryDesigned to work with current tape archive softwareH2 2005
19 DPM Product Pricing And SKU Plan Data ProtectionManager Server LicenseServer and Agent modelSame licensing model as MOM 2005Agents: V1 is file servers onlyExchange, SQL, TBD agents will be available in future versionsProduct will be available through all channelsOEM, Volume, Full Packaged Product, Software assuranceLanguagesEnglish, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, KoreanPricingDepends on current customer Microsoft AgreementAgent License
20 Industry Partners Hardware Software PURPOSE OF THIS SLIDE KEY POINTS Explain partner solutions and the value they add to DPMKEY POINTSWe have over 20 partners on board today to deliver solutions for DPM either through developing innovative hardware or by completing our solutions with tape backup software or solutions.We believe we have a who’s who of storage vendors including:6 out of the top 8 backup & archive software vendors8 of the top 11 storage System vendors (according to IDC)Our partners are going to provide great solutions to our mutual customers. Having a broad ecosystem of partners and solutions means that customers have choice which ultimately leads to more innovation, lower costs and better solutions and technologies.
21 Top 10 Reasons To Deploy DPM Recover files in minutes instead of hoursEliminate the backup window of your production serversShrink potential data loss down to 1 hourNo more failed recoveriesGet easy instant backup verificationEnable end users to perform their own recoveriesSetup and protect your file servers in minutesAdvanced functionality at low costRemove tapes from branch offices and centralize backups at datacenterRich out-of-box reporting and monitoring functionality
22 Resources/Tools Data Protection Server External Website