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1 1 Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Shared Backup Service for Ontario Education Institutions OUCC Tuesday, April

2 2 Agenda How did we get here? Great Minds Think Alike Shared Backup Service Pilot Current Backup System Metrics Current Activities Production Services Overview/Pricing Next Steps Q and A

3 3 How did we get here? OUCC – it’s where relationships are built Guelph and York looking to share Data Center space End up we have similar technologies Both Backup Systems both due for renewal Joint RFP in 2012 End result: Same backup technologies and hardware, similar deployment architectures Physically house each other's offsite backup copy Utilize ORION as the link to support backup traffic

4 4 Great Minds Think Alike October 2013 MTCU PIF Proposal Submitted Backup as a Service to consolidate the effort to manage that infrastructure Leverage the York/Guelph relationship and infrastructure York, University of Guelph, OCADU, and Queen’s University December 2013 Pilot technical team starts Deadline March 2014 for functional pilot and supporting documentation

5 5 Shared Backup Service Pilot Objectives Provide ability to extend full feature backup service to other institutions Provide storage as a service to be used as a backup target to other institutions Test Clients: OCADU and Queen’s University Results Utilized ORION network for inter-institution connectivity Identified idiosyncrasies in the original deployment Identified new requirements to incorporate into offerings

6 6 Shared Backup Service Pilot Storage as a Service Full Cloud Backup

7 7 Pilot Aftermath Results Some issues to address for production No showstoppers so … keep moving forward! Why Do It? We have the technology … let’s use it (and share it!) Do you want to run a backup system? Let’s extend what we have that other institutions can use Maybe someone can save money and time Greater volume = Better pricing for everyone! Wait … what does ORION utilization look like ….

8 8 Current Backup System Metrics *Activity over ORION network

9 9 Current Backup System Metrics *York-based activity over ORION link

10 10 Close the Gap Things to address in production: Specific client requirements need to be addressed Security profiles Encryption Service transition planning Storage as a Service gotchas

11 11 Current Activities Developing Service parameters for production services Two main services: 1.Storage as a Service for use as a Backup Target Use as a Backup target for systems (CIFS/NFS) Optional replication to geo-diverse sites 2.Backup as a Service Uses Commvault Simpana with NetApp back-end Option A: Fully in the “cloud” replicated to 2 geo-diverse sites Option B: On site backup copy and at least 1 off-site minimum Option C: On site backup copy and at least 1 off-site minimum with full management services on-site Designing the solution and developing blueprints

12 12 Production Services Overview Storage as a Service for a backup target Possible Fit You have an existing backup solution looking for an off- site copy Looking to store selective data

13 13 Production Services Overview Backup as a Service – Option A: Full Cloud Possible Fit Small institution (< 3TB) or few client targets Backup solution is at capacity Strategic targets that require off-site

14 14 Production Services Overview Backup as a Service – Option B: 1 on site backup with at least 1 off site copy Possible Fit Large institution Requirement to retain a local copy Restrictive bandwidth

15 15 Production Services Overview Backup as a Service – Option C: 1 on site backup, at least 1 off site copy, and ability to manage backup/restore without internet connectivity Possible Fit Concerned with network availability

16 16 Target Pricing for Services 1.Storage as a Service $345 per TB/Year 2.Backup as a Service – Option A 3.Backup as a Service – Option B and Option C Pricing model TBD 1 week retention ~$2585 per TB/Year8 week retention ~$2978 per TB/Year

17 17 Next Steps Formation of the Consortium Finalize Service Descriptions/Agreements/Pricing Determine Support Models for each Service Deploy Production Services Simpana 10 Upgrade Move to target architecture Target September 2014 to onboard new customers

18 18 Q and A Rick Smith ext: Dave Bruce ext: Chris Russel


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