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1 Tag line, tag line SnapDrive for Windows 6.2 Customer Technical Presentation November 2009

2 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 2 Agenda  Welcome to SnapDrive 6.2 –Windows Hyper-V Support –Cluster Shared Volumes –Additional Support for VMware –File Level Restore –Role-based Access Control  Summary and Q&A © 2009 NetApp. All rights reserved. Confidential – Limited Use

3 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. Storage Suite Server Suite Database Suite Application Suite SnapManager ® for Exchange SnapManager for SharePoint ® Server SnapManager for SAP ® SnapManager for SQL Server ® SnapManager for Oracle ® SnapManager for Virtual Infrastructure SnapDrive ® for Windows ®, UNIX ®, Linux ® System Manager Operations Manager Provisioning Manager Protection Manager Open Interfaces Security and Access Control Service Layer NetApp Manageability Software Family An Integrated Data Management Approach 3 SnapManager for Hyper-V ®

4 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 4 Platform Support at a Glance  Windows ® 2003 SP2  Windows 2008  Windows 2008 R2  Windows 2008 Hyper-V ®  VMware ® 3.5 Update 4 or later .NET 3.5 SP1 or later  Supports both FC and iSCSI connections  Windows clusters up to 8 nodes

5 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 5 SnapDrive GUI – Centralized Management Context Sensitive Actions Multi-host Management LUNs/ Disks SnapDrive ® Host Disk Details

6 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. What’s New? 6 What’s New in SnapDrive for Windows 6.2?  Windows ® Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V ® –Support for hot add/delete of pass-through LUNs –Support for Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV)  VMware ® –Support for ESX iSCSI and iSCSI HBA initiators –Support for RDM LUNs using VMware ESX iSCSI initiators –Support for creating MSCS using FC RDM LUNs on Windows Server 2003 and 2008  File-level restore –Restore of files, directories, and subdirectories –APIs are available for custom calls to applications –File restore operation a LUN or LUNs  Role-based Access Control (RBAC) –Support for RBAC policies set with Operations Manager

7 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 7 Microsoft Windows Hyper-V Support © 2009 NetApp. All rights reserved. 7

8 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 8 Hyper-V Hardware and Software Requirements  Windows ® Server 2008 R2 is required on the Hyper-V ® Server  Data ONTAP ® is required on the storage system  SnapDrive ® for Windows 6.2 is required on the parent operating system as well as the guest operating systems  The Microsoft ® virtual SCSI controller must be present on the virtual machine –This is by default on Server 2008 R2  For iSCSI pass-through LUNs, the iSCSI session must already be established on the parent operating system .Net 3.5 on Hyper-V virtual machine

9 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 9 Hyper-V Hardware and Software Requirements  The initiator screens on the disk create, disk connect, and snap mount MMC wizard show a new window for pass- through LUNs  This screen only appears if the dedicated disk type is selected and if the Enable option was selected during the SnapDrive ® installation on the Hyper-V ™ VM –Hot add/delete does not yet support shared pass-through disks

10 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 10 Dynamically Provision Pass-through LUNs  SnapDrive ® 6.2 allows hot add and delete of LUNs on Hyper-V ™ VMs –Allows dynamic attach and detach of NetApp ® storage to and from the virtual SCSI controller on the VM –Dynamic attach and detach does not require a reboot –Allows provisioning of LUNs from FCP and iSCSI initiators on the Hyper-V parent –Operations are performed from the VM without any administration needed on the Hyper-V parent  Supports standalone and failover cluster VMs

11 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 11 Hyper-V Pass-through LUN Management  LUN managed at Hyper-V ™ VM console –Allows create/connect from Hyper-V VM –SnapDrive ® console shows pass-through information from both Hyper-V parent and Hyper-V VM Hyper-V Parent View of Pass- through LUNs Hyper-V VM View of Pass- through LUNs

12 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 12 Cluster Shared Volumes © 2009 NetApp. All rights reserved. 12

13 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 13 What Is a Cluster Shared Volume (CSV)?  Cluster Shared Volume (CSV) is a new feature within Failover Clustering in Windows ® Server 2008 R2 –Enables access to files on shared storage from all nodes at the same time –Provides the same namespace for each volume and ensures that the namespace is consistent across all nodes of the Failover Cluster  Supported for Windows 2008 R2  Supported for Hyper-V ™ purposes

14 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 14 Cluster Shared Volume Architecture Storage Area Network Cluster Node 2 VM 4VM 3 VM 1 VM 2 Cluster Node 1 Cluster Shared Volume VM1 VHDVM2 VHDVM3 VHDVM4 VHD Cluster Shared Volume Reroutes I/O Based on Connection Availability

15 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 15 Cluster Shared Volume LUN Summary View

16 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 16 Additional Support for VMware © 2009 NetApp. All rights reserved. 16

17 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 17 Added Support for VMware iSCSI  Perform LUN provisioning and snapshot management operations  Enumerate ESX iSCSI initiators using CLI and GUI  Support Window ® 2003 server-SP2 (x86 and x64) and Windows 2008 Server as GuestOS  Support VMotion ®, if LUNs are connected through ESX iSCSI and iSCSI HBA initiators  Create igroup using ESX iSCSI and iSCSI HBA initiators  Allow user to select igroup which contains multiple ESX iSCSI and iSCSI HBA initiators from different ESX servers  A maximum of 56 LUNs supported in GuestOS (both FCP and iSCSI) Support for ESX iSCSI and iSCSI HBA initiators in SnapDrive ® 6.2

18 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 18 Support for VMware iSCSI – How It Works  SnapDrive ® will be able to provision the LUN using ESX SW iSCSI and iSCSI HBA initiators  It will enumerate the ESX SW iSCSI and iSCSI HBA initiator iQN  LUN will be mapped to igroup containing ESX SW iSCSI and iSCSI HBA initiator  Rescan HBA, ESX will able to see the mapped LUN  Now this LUN will be presented to the GuestOS through RDM

19 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 19 Support for VMware MSCS  SnapDrive ® 6.2 now supports VMware ® MSCS across the box cluster using FC RDM LUNs Operating System Service Pack ESX Server Windows bit/64bit SP2ESX 3.5 and later Windows 2008 Enterprise/ Datacenter Server -ESX 4.0

20 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 20 VMware ESX Shared FC Disk  Create a LUN on the storage system and map it to an igroup containing both ESX servers’ FC initiators  Create a RDM for the disk on node 1 (VM on first ESX server) –Select a SCSI controller in physical compatibility mode to attach this RDM –After this step, the disk is exposed to GuestOS on node 1  Format the disk and create NTFS partitioning –Assign a drive letter to the disk on node 1  Assign the disk to a Cluster Resource Group on node 1  Now connect to the shared RDM disk which is on node 1 and make it available to node 2 (VM on the second ESX server)  In this way, the FC RDM disk is shared between the two nodes

21 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 21 File Level Restore © 2009 NetApp. All rights reserved. 21

22 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 22 SDCLI snap restore [-m ] {-d -s } || { -flr [-copy] {-s -files [...] }+ } MachineName - Optional. If not provided will use local machine SnapshotName - Name of the backup snapshot from which to restore -flr - Selects file level restore -copy - Optional - this is the option to force copy-restore -files - Means the filepath args are files to restore filepath - List of "destination" filepath, including the mount point details File Level Restore  Allows restore of individual files, sets of files, directories, or a directory and all its sub directories –Single files, sets of files, or directories –APIs available custom application calls –SDCLI based

23 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 23 File Level Restore in Depth  Users can perform restore operations on individual files, sets of files, directories, or a directory and all its subdirectories  SDCLI interface is the primary user-level interface  No graphical user interface is provided for this feature  APIs are available to calling applications such as SnapManager ® for Hyper-V ®  The File Level Restore function will perform restore operations on a LUN or LUNs as directed by the list of files and or directories listed after the -files switch in the sdcli command

24 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 24 File Level Restore of VMs  Can take Snapshot ™ copies of VMs via VSS or SnapDrive ® –VSS Snapshot copies capture consistent Snapshot copies of live VM –SnapDrive Snapshot copies require VM to be down  Can restore Snapshot copies of virtual machines –Can restore from VSS or SnapDrive Snapshot copies –VMs must be down when restored –Both the.vhd file and the VM directory must be restored together

25 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 25 Role-based Access Control (RBAC) © 2009 NetApp. All rights reserved. 25

26 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 26 RBAC with Operations Manager  SnapDrive ® 6.2 RBAC –Conforms with policies set on Operations Manager –SnapDrive contacts Operations Manager to check for requisite permissions before proceeding with a given operation –SnapDrive is the Policy Enforcement Point (PEP)  Operations Manager –Requires Operations Manager 3.7 and above –Requires SnapDrive to conform with policies –Operations Manager is the Policy Decision Point (PDP)

27 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 27 Enabling RBAC with SnapDrive 6.2  SnapDrive ® 6.2 RBAC setup methods –Can configure SDW during initial installation –Can configure via sdcli if SDW already installed

28 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. RBAC: Roles in Effect 28  SnapDrive ® view is based on RBAC permissions set for the Windows ® login user

29 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. RBAC: Policies Applied 29

30 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 30 Summary © 2009 NetApp. All rights reserved. 30

31 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 31 Summary of SnapDrive for Windows 6.2  Windows ® Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V ™ –Support for hot add/delete of pass-through LUNs –Support for Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV)  VMware ® –Support for ESX iSCSI and iSCSI HBA initiators –Support for RDM LUNs using VMware ESX iSCSI initiators –Support for creating MSCS using FC RDM LUNs on Windows Server 2003 and 2008  Role-based Access Control (RBAC) –Support for RBAC policies set with Operations Manager  File Level Restore –Restore of files, directories, and sub directories –APIs are available for custom calls to applications –File Restore operation on LUN or LUNs

32 © 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 32 © 2009 NetApp. All rights reserved. Thank You – Questions? 32 © Copyright 2009, NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. No portions of this document may be reproduced without prior written consent of NetApp, Inc. Specifications are subject to change without notice. NetApp, the NetApp logo, Go further, faster, Data ONTAP, FlexClone, SnapDrive, SnapManager, SnapMirror, Snapshot, SnapVault, and Virtual File Manager are trademarks or registered trademarks of NetApp, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Solaris is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. Microsoft, Windows, SQL Server, and SharePoint are registered trademarks and Hyper-V is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. SAP is a registered trademark of SAP AG. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. VMware is a registered trademark of VMware, Inc. All other brands or products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders and should be treated as such.


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