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1© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. EMC RECOVERPOINT TECHNICAL REVIEW Network-based intelligent data protection
2© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Business Continuity 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? Answer these questions with the right solution to mitigate these risks
3© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Overview and Systems Architecture
4© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Family Overview Replication independent of host and storage platforms Replicate data bi-directionally across different storage arrays from the same vendor— or different vendors –RecoverPoint/SE supports a single CLARiiON or unified array per-site –RecoverPoint supports multiple EMC and non-EMC storage arrays Creates independent local and/or remote copies of data Automates production rebuild/restart for testing, business continuity, and disaster recovery RecoverPoint SANFC/WAN RecoverPoint SAN
5© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Family Details RecoverPoint—One solution for data protection, replication, and disaster recovery in mixed storage environments Heterogeneous storage array support Integrated with intelligent fabric from Brocade and Cisco Supports up to 600 TB of production data RecoverPoint/SE (for EMC CLARiiON)— One solution for data protection, replication, and disaster recovery for CLARiiON environments Supports Microsoft Windows host-based and CLARiiON array-based splitting only Single CLARiiON or Celerra Unified per site Supports up to 150 TB of production data Common functionality Continuous data protection (CDP) for one set of LUNs in one SAN Continuous remote replication (CRR) between LUNs in two SANs Continuous local and remote (CLR) data protection that combines CDP and CRR Heterogeneous operating system support Flexible point-in-time recovery without production impact Wizards automate production rebuild/restart from any point in time Snapshot consolidation enables application-based recovery point objective (RPO)/recovery time objective (RTO); near-instant recovery reduces RTO Application integration for Microsoft Exchange and SQL, other applications and databases Integrated consistency groups support federated servers and storage Synchronous or asynchronous local and/or remote replication with optional dynamic selection policies
6© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Bi-directional Local and Remote Replication SAN OPTIONAL DISASTER RECOVERY SITEPRODUCTION SITE Prod LUN s FC/WAN Local copy Application servers SAN RecoverPoint appliance RecoverPoint bi-directional replication/recovery RecoverPoint bi-directional replication/recovery Remote copy Standby servers RecoverPoint appliance Production and local journals Remote journal Storage arrays Storage arrays Host-based splitter Fabric-based splitter CLARiiON-based splitter
7© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Components and Topology RecoverPoint appliance (RPA) –Connects to LAN and FC/WAN for replication management and replicating data over FC/IP –Connects to Layer 2 FC SAN for storage access –Sold and supported with RecoverPoint –Installed as two to eight appliances per side Application servers –Accesses data that needs to be replicated Heterogeneous storage –Source or Target for replicated data RecoverPoint appliance cluster –A group of inter-linked RPAs, working together closely, to provide replication services –RPAs in a RecoverPoint cluster are called nodes RecoverPoint nodes EMC LSIIBMHDS HP Layer 2 Fibre Channel SAN Heterogeneous storage Application servers FC/WA N
8© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Performance and Scalability Each RecoverPoint cluster –Supports up to 128 consistency groups –Replicates up to 2,048 LUNs Each RecoverPoint appliance (RPA) –Has a steady state rate of 75 MB/s –Eight RPAs with one consistency group each supports an aggregated write rate of 600 MB/s –Four RPAs (maximum number for a distributed consistency group) will provide a distributed consistency group with a >240 MB/s steady- state rate for asynchronous replication
9© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Architecture and Packaging RecoverPoint appliance (RPA) based on a Dell R610 1u server –Hosts RecoverPoint software –Two to eight appliances per side –Rack in EMC Titan rack or third-party rack –Cannot be racked in EMC Connectrix rack Management application –Any server with SSH and IP connectivity to a RecoverPoint appliance –Java-based RecoverPoint GUI for Windows –Installation and configuration management –Monitoring and recovery management Storage –RecoverPoint/SE: one CLARiiON array per side –RecoverPoint: multiple CLARiiON, Symmetrix, and third-party arrays per side Symmetrix CLARiiONThird party
10© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. RecoverPoint Appliance High Availability Platform –No single point of failure Function –Automatic RecoverPoint appliance failover –External repository for status ensures no data loss during appliance failover Service –Non-disruptive software updates –Remote maintenance, call-home, and automatic diagnostics –Hardware monitoring Storage arrays Hosts Layer 2 SAN (A/B fabric)
11© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Distributed Consistency Group Architecture Handles more write activity (‘throughput’) than a single RPA Spread LUN write activity across multiple RPAs Avoids any bottlenecks caused by a single WAN connection Replica volumes RecoverPoint appliances: Primary and three secondary Application servers Production volumes DISTRIBUTED CONSISTENCY GROUP OPERATION DURING ASYNCHRONOUS REPLICATION SAN/WAN
12© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Distributed Consistency Groups Sample display
13© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Write Splitters Host-based, fabric-based, and CLARiiON-based write splitters Intercepts writes from the host and splits each write Managed through RecoverPoint; installed and upgraded independently of RecoverPoint Splitter Type How DeployedOverhead Host-based In I/O stack just above the multi-path software Adds write traffic at the HBA; no other impact Fabric-based In intelligent storage services hardware on a Brocade- or Cisco-based switch Operates at wire speeds; no impact CLARiiON- based In FLARE operating system; active in both storage processors No impact RecoverPoint/SE only supports a Windows host-based write splitter and the CLARiiON-based write splitter.
14© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Host-Based Write Splitters Supported on AIX*, Solaris*, and Windows Lightweight code that installs on each server that accesses a replicated LUN Splits or ‘Duplicates’ writes to production LUNs and sends a copy to the RPA *AIX and Solaris host-based write splitters are not supported by RecoverPoint/SE HOST (WINDOWS) User Space HBA Kernel File System Partition Manager Kshsplit.sys Disk Class Driver (e.g., Disk.sys) Multipath Driver HBA Miniport/ Storport Driver Monitor the splitter process Listen for Log Request, collect and transfer to RPA over IP Communication with the RPA over FC HBANIC Watchdog Service Splitter User Space HIC/HLR Various application processes.
15© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Fabric-Based Write Splitters RecoverPoint leverages intelligent fabric services Supports Brocade Fabric Application Platform Supports Cisco SANTap Supports EMC and non-EMC Storage arrays Full support for VMware, including VMFS Not supported by RecoverPoint/SE Applications Target APIs Copy of write (split write) Appliance Not in primary data path Original write
16© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Brocade Fabric-Splitter Platforms Department and Director versions –Connectrix AP-7600B for department –PB-48K-AP4-18 switching module for Connectrix B-series ED-48000B and ED-DCX- B directors Features –High-performance storage processor –16 4 Gb/s ports –2 Gigabit Ethernet ports No RecoverPoint or Brocade license required PB-48K-AP4-18 Connectrix AP-7600B Not supported by RecoverPoint/SE
17© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Cisco Fabric-Splitter Platforms MDS-9000 uses the 18/4 blade 9222i can use the 18/4 blade and has native fabric splitting support Both MDS and 9222i require a Cisco Storage Services Enabler (SSE) license, no RecoverPoint license required Connectrix MDS-9222i Native support or with MDS 18/4 Multi-Services blade Not supported by RecoverPoint/SE Connectrix MDS-9000 Series with MDS 18/4 Multi-Services blade MDS 18/4 Multi-Services Blade
18© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. CLARiiON-Based Write Splitter RecoverPoint splitter included at no charge with FLARE 26 and later Supports CLARiiON CX3 and CX4 arrays Supports Celerra NS arrays (Celerra Unified) Supports open systems Can be mixed with other RecoverPoint splitters Easiest to use and configure Can be shared by up to four RecoverPoint clusters SolarisVMwareSolarisVMware CLARiiON splitter runs on each CLARiiON; no host or fabric agent required— can share between clusters SolarisVMwareLinuxWindows PRODUCTION A PRODUCTIONDISASTER RECOVERY SolarisVMwareLinuxWindows RecoverPoint SAN SAN/WAN RecoverPoint SAN RecoverPoint SAN FC/WAN RecoverPoint SAN
19© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Splitter guidelines Different splitter types can be intermixed Multiple instances of a splitter type is supported CLARiiON-based write splitter can be shared The Cisco-SANTap Intelligent-Fabric splitter can be shared with an RPQ Multiple versions of splitters are supported SplitterHost- based BrocadeCisco- SANTap CLARiiO N Host-basedYes BrocadeYes NoYes Cisco- SANTap YesNoYes CLARiiONYes
20© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Splitter Support by OS OS/Splitter TypeHost-basedBrocadeCisco CLARiiO N AIX5.2, 5.3Yes HP-UXNoYes Hyper-V Hyper-V and Hyper-V R2 Yes LinuxNoYes Solaris10, 11Yes VMware VM with Windows RDM/P onlyYes VMware VM with otherNoYes Windows 32 and 64 bit, Server 2003, 2008, 2008 R2 Yes Other OSNoSee ESM
21© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Stretched CDP over Fibre Channel Stretched CDP PRIMARY SITEREMOTE BUNKER SITE Production volumes Production volumes Production journal Production journal Supports synchronous CDP replication to secondary site (such as a bunker site) Enables survival of primary site outage Provides synchronous replication across distance Remote applications can access any point- in-time image as read/write without impacting production All RecoverPoint resources installed at remote site Dual fabric extended to remote site Servers and splitters must be at both sites Reversing replication by promoting CDP replica to production is not supported Replica journal Replica journal Replica volumes Replica volumes Not supported by RecoverPoint/SE File and print servers Application servers Database servers SAN RecoverPoint Management IP WAN File and print servers Application servers Database servers SAN Fibre Channel
22© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Cascaded Replication CLR replication for a three-site disaster restart solution –Replicates data from a primary site to a secondary site –Also replicates data from a primary site to a tertiary site –Improves RPO and RTO at tertiary site over standard CRR –Provides disaster restart by converting secondary site into production –Provides disaster recovery from the tertiary site Requires stretched fabric between primary and secondary Uses secondary site as bunker for replication data Retains recoverability at the tertiary site –Survive a regional disaster that incapacitates both the primary and bunker site –Protects latest and all earlier consistent point-in-time images Not supported by RecoverPoint/SE
23© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. TERTIARY SITESECONDARY SITE Cascaded Replication Topology Local and remote data protection minimizes data loss PRIMARY SITE Production volumes Production volumes Production CDP journal Production CDP journal CRR journal CRR journal CRR replica volumes CRR replica volumes Near-Synchronous or Synchronous* Synchronous over Fibre Channel limited by distance* Asynchronous over Fibre Channel or WAN not limited by distance* * Refer to the EMC Support Matrix for the maximum distance for your configuration. CDP journal CDP journal CDP replica volumes CDP replica volumes Not supported by RecoverPoint/SE SAN WAN (for admin functions) WAN/FC Fibre Channel
24© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Cluster Enabler 4.0 for RecoverPoint and RecoverPoint/SE Supports Microsoft Cluster Server on Windows Server 2003 Supports Microsoft Failover Clusters on Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 Supports synchronous and asynchronous replication Not needed for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 File Share Witness with RecoverPoint/CE installed RecoverPoint CG1: Devices for Cluster Group1 CG2: Devices for Cluster Group2 Cluster nodes with Cluster Enabler 4.0 installed Fibre Channel/ WAN
25© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. / A/ C / B r A r C r B Local Protection Process— Continuous Data Protection (CDP) 1. Data is split and sent to the RecoverPoint appliance in one of three ways 4.The appliance writes data to the journal volume, along with time stamp and application-specific bookmarks 5.Write-order-consistent data is distributed to the replica volumes Production volumesReplica volumesJournal volume 2a. Host splitter 3.Writes are acknowledged back from the RecoverPoint appliance 2b.Intelligent-fabric splitter 2c. CLARiiO N splitter
26© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. r Ar C r B / A/ C / B Remote Protection Process— Continuous Remote Replication (CRR) Local site 2a. Host splitter 2b.Intelligent-fabric splitter 7.Data is written to the journal volume Remote siteJournal volume 5. Data is sequenced, checked, compressed, and replicated to the remote appliances over IP or SAN 1. Data is split and sent to the RecoverPoint appliance in one of three ways 8. Consistent data is distributed to the remote volumes 2c. CLARiiO N splitter 3.Writes are acknowledge d back from the RecoverPoint appliance 4. Appliance functions Fibre Channel-IP conversion Replication Data reduction and compression Monitoring and management 4. Appliance functions Fibre Channel-IP conversion Replication Data reduction and compression Monitoring and management 6.Data is received, uncompressed, sequenced, and verified
27© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Synchronous Remote Replication: Zero RPO Replication only supported over Fibre Channel network Dynamically switches between synchronous and asynchronous Waits for acknowledgement from the remote site All synchronization will be asynchronous Supports RecoverPoint and RecoverPoint/SE Production site Out-of-region site Target Prod Synchronous Fibre Channel
28© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Dynamic Switching Between Synchronous and Asynchronous Set in a policy for each consistency group Switch based on latency Switch based on latency Switch based on production throughput Switch based on production throughput Throttle production application Throttle production application Synchronous replication
29© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Synchronous Replication Consistency group members indicate synchronization state
30© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. RecoverPoint Integration with Server Virtualization
31© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Virtualization Platform Support Supports Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2, and Hyper-V, Hyper-V R2 (RecoverPoint and RecoverPoint/Cluster Enabler 4.0) Supports VMs running on ESX 3.x and ESX 4.0, ESX 4.1, and Hyper-V, Hyper-V R2 Integrates with vCenter Server for discovery, SRM, and automation of SRM failback Resource Pool VMware ESX Hardware
32© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. VMware Affinity vCenter Site Recovery Manager (SRM) VMware SRM consistency groups –Can only be monitored –Require maintenance mode for snapshot access, but failover cannot occur in this mode SRM uses latest image during its test or disaster failover –A restriction on vCenter Site Recovery Manager not RecoverPoint –CDP replica and journal not available during a real failover (only vCenter Site Recovery Manager test mode) EMC developed adapter integrates with VMware SRM and supports VMware vCenter Server –Supports ESX 3.5 and ESX 4.x EMC RecoverPoint Servers Heterogeneous Storage PRODUCTION VMware Infrastructure Virtual Machines Servers Heterogeneous Storage RECOVERY VMware Infrastructure Virtual Machines
33© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Automated Failback After SRM Failover Integrates into vCenter Server Automates failback by: –Powering down VMs at recovery site –Replicating LUNs from recovery to protected site –Reestablishing replication between protection and recovery sites –Registering VMs –Powering on VMs at protected site Provides real-time status Controlled in vCenter Server Available in the “Recent Tasks” area of the vCenter Server
34© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. VMware Integration with vCenter Server RecoverPoint queries vCenter Servers for list of VMs Protection status is shown on RecoverPoint GUI Protection status is available from RecoverPoint CLI RecoverPoint issues an alert for unprotected VMs –Existing VM not protected by RecoverPoint –Existing VMs storage moved (e.g., Storage vMotion) –New VM created that is not protected by RecoverPoint Optional filtering (e.g., ignore checking protection status) by ESX server, VM or LUN
35© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. VMware Affinity Sample display
36© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Continuous Replication and Application Recovery
37© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Snap and Clone Comparison RecoverPoint compared to array snaps/clones RecoverPointSnaps/Clones Multiple point-in-time images Limited number of predefined point-in-time images All writes captured continuallyImages taken every few hours Journal contains point-in-time images Number determined by user, disk space Significant bandwidth reduction for remote replication Limited bandwidth reduction when replicated Specify different RPO/RTO and policies per application RPO/RTO changes require scripting per application Consolidation saves storage space Storage requirements grow depending on image type TRADITIONAL SNAPS/CLONES Production Full copy Original production data Delta copy RECOVERPOINT ProductionReplicaJournal
38© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Significant points in time Any point in time Yesterday Daily backup Snapshots RecoverPoint Daily backup Snapshot MidnightNow Daily recovery points—from tape or disk More frequent disk-based recovery points 24 hours Continuous Recovery Points Database checkpoint Pre-app patch Post-app patch Database checkpoint Quarterly close Any user- configurable event Any point in time Significant point in time All recovery points
39© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. DISASTER RECOVERY SITEPRODUCTION SITE WAN VSS Support of Microsoft Exchange Server Example Exchange 2003 Cluster 5.Latest Image sent to disaster recovery site (VSS IMAGE3) + VSS Bookmark 2.Every three hours run KVSS to place Exchange into VSS backup mode 4.VSS backup complete—return Exchange to normal operations Exchange 2003 Recovery Servers 6.Latest image distributed IMAGE IMAGE 13 VSS IMAGE 2 IMAGE IMAGE 2 VSS IMAGE 1 IMAGE 1 IMAGE IMAGE 13 VSS IMAGE 2 IMAGE IMAGE 2 VSS IMAGE 1 IMAGE 1 3.When Exchange is ready for VSS backup, close latest RecoverPoint image and tag as a VSS image 1.Group EX1 (SGs + Logs) continuously replicated to disaster recovery site with a 15-minute guaranteed RPO
40© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Journaling for Application-Aware Recovery Journal includes replicated data plus metadata Time/date: –Exact time (down to milliseconds) that the image was stored Size: –Size of image Image bookmark details: –System-, EMC-, or user- generated bookmarks Bookmark consolidation options –System decides (blank) –Survive a daily, weekly, or monthly consolidation –Never consolidate
41© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Recovery Consolidation Journal recovery point timeline Two days ago Now ContinuousWeeklyMonthlyDaily Continuous recovery points Daily recovery points Weekly recovery points Monthly recovery points Provides longer recovery windows with same storage Optimizes usage of journal storage Helps eliminate concerns for backup windows RecoverPoint snapshot consolidation…
42© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Recovery Process Multiple use cases: –Testing of production failover –Starting new application development –Surgically repairing data –Fast production resynchronization –Source for backup, data analysis, disaster recovery, and development/test Request recovery via GUI, CLI, or through integrations with NetWorker, Replication Manager, SRM, or Cluster Enabler 4.0 Image recovered as read/write Any change to image saved in journal Recovery request Target volumesJournal RecoverPoint appliance Servers at recovery site vLUN SAN
43© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Overview on Data Consistency Applications and data are interrelated (federated) All data movement must be stopped/ started at the same point in time To restart applications, you must have all the data—not parts of it Recovery requires dependent-write consistency across all volumes and systems Systems share information… RecoverPoint captures a consistent view Order Entry SCM CRM DB
44© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Consistency Groups (CG) RecoverPoint ensures consistency across production and targets Application recovery can be independent of SLAs RecoverPoint enables independent replication of various applications RecoverPoint utilizes consistency groups to organize data CG 3 CG 1 CG 2 CRR CDPSCM CRROE CRR CRM CDP
45© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Group Sets protect Federated Environments Each tier may have different service level agreements Enforces write-order across tiers Used for functions such as upgrades, backups, and data mining 2: Windows (CRM) 1: Linux (Web OE) Consistency group Consistency group 3: UNIX (SCM, Financials…) Consistency group
46© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Defining Group Sets
47© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Order Entry: Web OE Supporting Federated Environments BUSINESS APPLICATION High-end storage Mid-tier storage Customer X added Journal Customer Y added 3 3 Receivable X1 added 5 5 Receivable Y1 received 6 6 Order Y1 received 4 4 Order X1 received Customer Records: SQL Supply Chain: Oracle
48© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Systems Monitoring, Management, and Security
49© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Monitoring and Alerting for Limits Lets users quickly see their protection limits RecoverPoint GUI shows where the user’s current configuration stands relative to the system limits RecoverPoint CLU lets the user receive a list of items, their limits, and their current values Crossing thresholds triggers events and a call home which improves supportability
50© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Monitoring and Alerting for Limits Sample display
51© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Management RecoverPoint Management Not a replacement for other element tools Java-based interface Command line interface Script interface Internal notices sent via SNMP, syslog, and Dial home capability ElementTool ServersServer-management tools SAN fabricSAN-management tools RecoverPoint RecoverPoint CLI and GUI, Replication Manager, SRM, NetWorker, Cluster Enabler Intelligent switches Brocade: Fabric Manager Cisco: Fabric Manager Arrays Unisphere with RecoverPoint 3.3 SP1 or other array- management tools IP networkNetwork-management tools Element-Management Tools
52© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Management Application GUI Administration and management Update configuration Monitoring and diagnostics Java-based, does not require a dedicated management server LDAP with access control list-based authentication Simultaneous access across enterprise Network Administrator
53© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Online Help for Management Application Accessed via “Help > Help Contents” from the main RecoverPoint GUI The contents are based on existing RecoverPoint documentation Content is downloaded to the local computer Users can view, search, bookmark, and print sections
54© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Management Using Unisphere Unisphere Management for RecoverPoint/SE Manage RecoverPoint/SE from the same management console used to provision CLARiiON Requires FLARE 30 Supported on RecoverPoint/SE 3.3 SP1 or later Requires installation via Deployment Manager
55© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Virtual Provisioning Support Available for CLARiiON CX4 and Symmetrix VMAX, DMX-4, DMX-3 RecoverPoint understands allocated storage Reported capacity Common storage pool Symmetrix VMAX, DMX-4, DMX-3 Allocated Data devices CLARiiON CX4 Allocated Data devices RecoverPoint is thin aware –RecoverPoint recognizes thin LUNs –Preserves allocation of thin LUNs—during initial synchronization, resynchronization –Allows mixing of thin and thick LUNs Replication between CLARiiON CX4 and non- CX4 Replicate between different Engunity versions –Virtual-to-virtual (thin-to-thin) replication RecoverPoint is licensed by LUN capacity presented to the SAN SAN/WAN
56© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. RecoverPoint Security Appliance runs as a hardened configuration DMZ and firewall compliant Login and authentication enforced and logged Event logging for audit purposes Multiple administrative roles LDAP authentication ACLs and role-based controls No customer root access
57© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Systems Integrity An RPA is not general purpose, it: –Runs RecoverPoint software –Does not run customer binaries –Is supported as a single unit RecoverPoint appliance GUI –Secure management path –Administrator communicates through GUI or CLI –RecoverPoint appliances exchange health and status Secure network Administrator RPA
58© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Administrative Security Supports local or LDAP/AD user authentication Security role to add/edit/delete users Role-based access controls Users can be limited to specific consistency groups and/or by responsibility User create and modify performed in LDAP/AD; settings imported by RecoverPoint
59© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Event Logging Warnings and error events show up in top window with an icon Information, warning, and error messages viewable through GUI All events logged by RecoverPoint All events can also be filtered and then sent via SMTP, , or syslogs
60© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. The Industry-Leading Network-Based Replication Solution RecoverPoint/SE CLARiiON only Easy to deploy Simple to manage RecoverPoint Heterogeneous storage Expanded protection capacity Supports intelligent fabric AvailabilityFailoverAdvanced clustering Number of RecoverPoint appliances 2–8 per side Write splittingWindows host, CLARiiON CX4 or CX3 IBM AIX, Sun, Windows host, CLARiiON CX4 and CX3, Brocade and Cisco APIs StorageSingle CLARiiON per side Multiple CLARiiON, Symmetrix, third- party per side Journal compressionNoneNone, medium, high Maximum replicated storage150 TB600 TB
61© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. A Heterogeneous, Multi-Vendor, Standards-Based Solution Industry leaders as partners Robust heterogeneous system qualification Oracle Solaris Microsoft Windows Red Hat/SUSE Linux IBM AIX HP-UX VMware Consult the “EMC Support Matrix” on EMC.com for qualification and support details. IBM HDS HP EMC OpenVMS
62© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Summary Lowest total cost of ownership Integrated CLARiiON support Intelligent SAN-switch integration Any point-in-time recovery Highest availability, highest performance Heterogeneous support for interoperability
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