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1© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. EMC RECOVERPOINT FAMILY One way to protect everything better
2© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Data Protection Considerations What are your company’s most critical processes and data needs? How much data can you afford to lose? How quickly do you need to restore your critical processes? How vulnerable are your operations to disasters? EMC provides the right solution to mitigate these risks
3© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Why EMC for Replication Proven solutions for advanced business continuity and DR Ability to deploy EMC replication into existing infrastructure Solutions that provide continuity and recovery of all enterprise applications Best practices for deploying EMC replication into application environments
4© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Understanding RPO and RTO DECLARE DISASTER 10 a.m. Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) RPO: Amount of data lost from failure, measured as the amount of time from a disaster event RTO: Targeted amount of time to restart a business service after a disaster event 5 a.m. 6 a.m. 7 a.m. 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 12 a.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.
5© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. What is EMC RecoverPoint? One way to protect everything better Protects any host, any application, any array –Federated, clustered, cloud applications –EMC and non-EMC storage Provides affordable data protection –Use existing network bandwidth –Save on storage costs Enables any point-in-time recovery RecoverPoint Family CRR: remote protection CLR: concurrent local and remote protection CDP: local protection
6© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. RecoverPoint Family Overview Data protection, replication, and disaster recovery solution Dynamic synchronous and asynchronous replication Integrated bandwidth reduction Integrated with VMware vCenter Server and Site Recovery Manager Access replicated data to any point in time Support federated and clustered applications RecoverPoint/SE: CLARiiON Unified only; up to 150 TB RecoverPoint: and non-EMC storage; up to 600 TB RecoverPoint Family CRR: remote protection CLR: concurrent local and remote protection CDP: local protection
7© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Any Point-in-Time Recovery RecoverPoint for continuous protection Recovers to any point in time Annotates selected recovery points with bookmarks Continues replication during recovery Use recovered image for a variety of purposes Daily Backup: Recovery point once every 24 hours Snapshots: Recovery point once every 8 hours Continuous Protection: Recovery to any point in time Check- point Patch Post- Patch Cache Flush Hot Backup Check- point Pre- Patch UNLIMITED RECOVERY POINTS, APPLICATION BOOKMARKS Time Disk Mirroring: Recovery point latest image replicated
8© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Management Java-based GUI for RecoverPoint/SE and RecoverPoint Monitor and manage –Replication policies— by user, application –Thresholds for latency, throughput –Protection status of LUNs, virtual machines (VMs) Perform local and/or remote recovery Unisphere: same management console for RecoverPoint/SE replication and CLARiiON
9© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. EMC Replication Manager Application discovery and replica management for RecoverPoint Single console –Point-and-click management –Wizard interface requires no scripting Automated –Replicas for backup and re- purposing –Application and storage discovery –Application mapping to underlying storage –VMware VM-consistent replicas ExchangeSharePoint SQL Server DB2 UDBOracle SAP EMC Celerra SnapSure EMC Celerra Replicator EMC TimeFinder family EMC RecoverPoint family EMC SnapView EMC Replication Manager Application Intelligence and Automation EMC CLARiiON FamilyEMC Celerra Family EMC Unified Storage EMC Symmetrix Family
10© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. EMC Data Protection Advisor for Replication Analysis Monitoring, analysis, and reporting for RecoverPoint Discovers applications, databases, file systems Maps to physical storage Tracks data recovery points Monitors configurations, WAN/SAN usage, lag Provides chargeback/ metering
11© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Use Cases Remote replication… Disaster recovery—many scenarios (e.g., unlimited distance, zero RPO, cascaded, bunker) And local data protection… Operational recovery—for applications to any point in time Repurposing—for backup, testing, or decision support In virtualized environments VMware infrastructure and Microsoft Hyper-V
12© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Sync or async replication Disaster Recovery Ensure application-consistency and recovery Replicate over long distances Send only compressed changes over networks Failover production applications to remote site in the event of an outage Recover production site and failback applications without disruption Production Site Remote Site Source CG2 Source CG1 Source CG3 Application 1 Application 2 Application 3 Policy-based replicationProduction failureFailover to remote siteUpdate at remote site Recover Source CG2 Source CG1 Source CG3 Resynch sitesFailback to production site USE CASE Writable Copy Target CG2 Target CG1 Target CG3 Application 1 Application 2 Application 3
13© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. CRR Cascaded Replication Multi-site protection through multi-hop replication Adds resilience within metro deployments Addresses compliance needs with disaster recovery from the loss of two sites CDP DR (Remote) Site DR (Bunker) Site Production Site JournalJournals Not supported by RecoverPoint/SE Sync Sync or Async RPO policy: No lag RPO policy: Managed lag Stretched Fibre Channel IP or Fibre Channel Prod USE CASE
14© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Operational Recovery Replicate data from production volumes to local target volumes Recover when things go wrong Replicate with zero RPO in the same or different arrays Capture every change Consolidate changes Production Site ProdTarget Sync replication USE CASE Journals
15© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Repurposing—for Backup and Testing Backup and test without affecting production Repurpose a local copy for reporting and a remote copy for backup Continue accessing a writeable copy for testing Production Site Remote Site Local Copy Sync Backup Writable Copy Application Report Sync or async replication Tools Prod Volumes Array Snap Remote Copy Upgrade Test USE CASE
16© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Repurposing—for Different Points in Time Easily access data at different points in time for multiple servers Near-instant rollback Migrate production data efficiently to alternate arrays Leverage data for backup, testing, decision making Provide timely access to data CRM PIT1 Array 1 Array 2 CRM PIT2 Array 3 CRM PIT3 Array 4 CRM PIT4 CDP PIT2 Copy CDP PIT3 Copy CDP PIT4 Copy Source Site USE CASE Production CRM CDP PIT1 Copy
17© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Protecting Virtual Machines
18© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Disaster Recovery: A Top Virtualization Requirement Improving disaster recovery and business continuity ranks high among top motivators for server virtualization Top Motivators for Server Virtualization Improve server manageability and flexibility Improve disaster recovery and business continuity Create a shared IT infrastructure Cut hardware costs Improve power and cooling Source: Forrester Research, 2009
19© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Why RecoverPoint for VMware? VM replication at its best Protect VMFS and RDM/P volumes Replicate physical, virtual, and physical-to-virtual Restore individual or multiple VMs VM failover/failback support Monitor VM protection status Heterogeneous storage protection SQL ServerOracleExchange VMware SAN
20© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. VMware Virtual Machine Management Replication management and monitoring of virtual machines Integrated with vCenter Server for VM discovery Shows replication status of each VM Shows replication status of all LUNs attached to VMs
21© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Integration with VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager Heterogeneous, network-based replication Uses RecoverPoint replica image to test DR failover Provides on-demand failover of a selected subset or all VMs Automates failback with vCenter Server plug-in for RecoverPoint EMC RecoverPoint Servers Heterogeneous Storage Production VMware Infrastructure Virtual Machines vCenterSRM Servers Heterogeneous Storage Disaster Recovery VMware Infrastructure Virtual Machines vCenterSRM
22© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 15% 30% 50% 85% IT PRODUCTIONBUSINESS PRODUCTIONIT AS A SERVICE 95% Lower costsImprove quality of serviceImprove agility Gold Platinum Percent Virtualized Replication consolidation WAN bandwidth reduction Journal saves disk space Service-level management Dynamic QoS policies Variable SLAs and RPOs Automated replica management Application federation Active-active protection Departmental chargeback RecoverPoint data protection services Protect the Journey to the Private Cloud
23© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. RecoverPoint Data Protection Services for Vblock Provides replication and recovery within and across Vblock tiers –Policy-based with variable recovery times –Complete virtualized application protection –Application and service-level tiering across enterprise Supports heterogeneous infrastructure –EMC, Vblock, and third-party –Migrations with existing infrastructure Vblock Infrastructure Solutions Scalable platform from EMC, Cisco, and VMware for building solutions
24© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Why RecoverPoint for Microsoft Application-level protection Co-developed solutions for… –Microsoft Hyper-V applications, Exchange Server, SQL Server, SharePoint, and others API integration –VDI for SQL, VSS for Exchange –Sync API for Exchange 2010 DAG Broad support –Automation with Replication Manager –MSCS and geo-clusters –Windows Server and Hyper-V SQL ServerSharePointExchange VMware SAN Virtual Machines
25© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Why RecoverPoint for Oracle Rapid, reliable, and manageable disaster recovery Co-developed solutions for… –Fusion Middleware, Data Guard –Integration for hot backup and SCN extraction Broad support –Automation with Replication Manager –Reporting with Data Protection Advisor –Virtual and clustered servers –Fusion Middleware, RAC, and more Oracle DB Middleware VMware SAN Virtual Machines
26© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. RecoverPoint Total Cost-of-Ownership Savings Disk-based recovery Faster, cheaper, and safer than backups Journaling technology Uses significantly less space to retain snapshots Bandwidth reduction Uses significantly less bandwidth to replicate data
27© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. RECOVERY TECHNOLOGY RecoverPoint Application Hours/Days RETURN TO OPERATIONS RecoverPoint instant recovery brings data online faster so that business applications resume sooner Rapid Restore = Time Savings Gets you back in business faster Notes: Time required to restore latest point in time from snapshot Time required to return to operation (roll logs, restart applications, log in clients) Time required to recreate missing data between RPO points Array snaps/clones Seconds/Minutes Minutes/Hours TIME
28© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. RecoverPoint Journal = Space Savings Saves storage compared to other technologies RecoverPoint Host-based application Array snaps/clones SPACE CONSUMED RECOVERY TECHNOLOGY 100 Blocks 28 Blocks 59 Blocks
29© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 20 Mb/s 50 Mb/s 10 Mb/s REQUIRED BANDWIDTH $12,000/month $8,000/month $4,000/month OC1 Fractional T3 DS3 2x 3x Array replication (2:1 compression) Application/Host Replication (2.5:1 compression) RecoverPoint Replication (>3:1 compression)* Replicated data LEASE PAYMENTS *The 3:1 compression ratio is conservative for RecoverPoint but sufficient to show the cost savings Bandwidth Reduction = Cost Savings Easily save $4,000 a month
30© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. RecoverPoint Return on Investment Savings example RecoverPoint Array-based replication Recovery from removable media RTO RPO TIME MIN DAYS SEC HRS EVENT *Average cost due to outage: $200,000/hour (Source: Alinean, Inc., 2007) 15 minutes 4 hours $50,000* RecoverPoint saves $350,000 versus array-based replication, and $750,000 versus application-based replication per outage $800,000* Frequency of recovery points (RPO) Time required to restore latest point in time from snapshot (RTO) Time required to reconstruct missing data Time required to return to operation (roll logs, restart applications, log in clients) 2 hours $400,000*
31© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. “Hosted Solutions continues to achieve tremendous success in selling high-availability storage and disaster- recovery solutions. CLARiiON-based splitting with RecoverPoint enables us to expand our offering and more cost-effectively manage these operating environments.” Hosted Solutions “Protecting our customers’ data is a top priority for our business. With RecoverPoint, we can provide complete restores from the remote site in minutes.” TradeCard, Inc. “Thanks to EMC RecoverPoint, the data backup and recovery procedure that used to take six hours can now be completed within 15 minutes.” Sürat Kargo AS Customer Quotes
32© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. “RecoverPoint represents one of the best fabric-based, enterprise-strength replication solutions in the market.” The Taneja Group “RecoverPoint adds CRR and CDP capability to an already robust line of local and remote replication technologies and solutions in EMC’s portfolio.” Enterprise Strategy Group “RecoverPoint is especially suitable for heterogeneous enterprise SAN environments because of its speed and flexibility. The new CLARiiON splitter opens the door for iSCSI hosts and simplified deployment on CLARiiON storage.” The Clipper Group Analyst Comments
33© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. RecoverPoint Services EMC Services Ensures operational efficiency Thousands of professionals focused on your satisfaction Implementation services Multiple installation and implementation services Available as a fixed scope or custom offerings EMC Customer Service Accelerates time to production As you acquire As you deploy As you grow
34© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Summary EMC RecoverPoint RecoverPoint data protection works with what you have, protects more with less cost, and lets you match recovery to requirements Protect everything you need, not just what you can afford! Recover to any point and get your business back online faster One solution that protects any host, any application, on any array RecoverPoint Family CRR: remote protection CLR: concurrent local and remote protection CDP: local protection
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36© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. RecoverPoint/SE and RecoverPoint FeaturesRecoverPoint/SERecoverPoint Operating system supported Windows Server 2000, 2003, 2008 Heterogeneous with CLARiiON splitter Heterogeneous* Storage arrays supported CLARiiON AX4-5, CX4, CX3, and CX series; block LUNs from Fibre Channel Celerra NS20, NS40, NS80, NS-120, NS-240, and NS-960 Heterogeneous* Number of arraysTwo in CRR/CLR, one in CDPUnlimited Concurrent local and remote (CLR) data protection Supported LicensingPer replicated capacity Number of appliancesTwo to eight per site Bandwidth reductionBuilt in Journal compressionNot supportedBuilt in Virtualization supportHyper-V, VMware vCenter monitoring, VMware SRM Multi-pathingEMC PowerPath onlyHeterogeneous Capacity As licensed for 4 TB, 8 TB, 16 TB, 24 TB, 32 TB, and 33 TB-150 TB in 1TB increments As licensed (up to 600 TB) Synchronous replicationSupported Intelligent fabricNot supportedSupported * Refer to the EMC Support Matrix for detailsEMC Support Matrix
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