Sepaton and Symantec Together Nov 2014

Report
Hitachi Sepaton and
Symantec NetBackup
Powerful Protection Together
November 2014
Enterprise Customers Data Protection Goals
 Performance and Scalability
‒ Meet backup and restore windows
‒ Handle rapidly growing amounts of data
 Lower CapEx Costs – Doing more with less
 Improved OpEx – Automated management and reporting
 Support for Symantec NetBackup OpenStorage (OST)
 Better Disaster Recovery capabilities
HDS, Sepaton and Symantec: Better Together!
What happens when the fastest deduplication teams up with the most
reliable storage and the industry’s leading backup application?
 Industry Leading Performance
 Predictable and reliable backup performance
 Fast restores with no rehydration penalty
 Unmatched Scalability
 Pay-as-you-grow scalability up to 4 PetaBytes
 Maximum Efficiency and Cost Savings
 Lowers CapEx costs by maximizing storage utilization
 Reduces required energy, cooling and floor space costs
 Market Leading OST Integration
 Highest level of OST integration in the industry
 Mission Critical Application Protection
 High-speed multi-stream database backup with deduplication
 Accelerated protection of virtual platforms like HyperV and VMware
The World’s Best Value for Business Recovery!
Sepaton Scalability & Performance in Action
 Scalable Performance
 Backup up to 10 TB per hour per node (System scales to 8 nodes & 80 TB/hour)
“Before Sepaton, we fought to meet our backup windows. With Sepaton,
performance has been amazing. We meet our windows and everything is clean. The
Sepaton system is bulletproof.”
 Scalable Capacity
 Usable Capacity (before dedupe) scales from 48TB to 4 PB per system
“We are storing far more data in less physical space than we did with our
previous deduplication system.”
Bigger and Faster Backups at Lower Cost
 Consistent and Predictive Backup and
Restore Performance
‒ Industry leading ingest performance
‒ Concurrent deduplication accelerates time to
completion
‒ Fastest time to safety
 Even Faster Restores
‒ Forward referencing eliminates “rehydration”
when restoring last backup
‒ Restore up to twice as fast as inline
technologies
 Lowest Costs*
‒ Reduce CAPEX up to 26%
‒ Reduce OPEX up to 32%
‒ Up to 29% lower total cost of ownership
* Based on 5 year TCO model against EMC Data Domain and IBM ProtecTIER
Sepaton Differentiators in NBU Environments
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Cut backup and restore times with multiple concurrent backup and restore jobs
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Massive parallelism backs up and restores data faster
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Faster wholesale recovery without reconfiguring - Identical read & write profile
Ideal platform for phased transition to OST
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Supports both VTL and OST simultaneously
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Leverage existing FC infrastructure or 10GbE or both
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Multi-tenant OST storage servers support test and production as well as charge-back modeling
Transparent data-at-rest encryption for OST
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Supports all HDS arrays, all disk types
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Saves customer fees for Symantec-managed encryption
Automation, Automation… and more Automation
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Concurrent Deduplication
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Automated storage reclamation and catalog updates
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Intelligent replication during low bandwidth use windows
Industry Leading NetBackup OST Support
 NetBackup OpenStorage (OST)
Supported Features
‒ Auto Image Replication (A.I.R.)
‒ Optimized Duplication
‒ Optimized Synthetics
‒ Granular Recovery Technology
‒ Accelerator
‒ Seamless migration via Sepaton
Storage Pools
Symantec NetBackup OST Integration
 Support of NetBackup OST (Advanced Features)
‒ Auto Image Replication (Replication of backup sets between multiple
domains and/or multiple sites in separate NBU Catalogs)
‒ Optimized Duplication (single domain, multiple sites, multiple copies of
backup sets in one or more NBU catalogs)
‒ Optimized Synthetics, NBU Accelerator and Granular Recovery
‒ Multiple retention periods through NetBackup Storage Lifecycle Policies
 Ultimate flexibility when it comes to leveraging customer SAN and LAN
environments – protect the customer investment
‒ OST Ingest over Ethernet
‒ OST Ingest over FC SAN
What is Symantec OST Auto Image
Replication?
Symantec OST Auto Image Replication (AIR) is used to replicate backup
images between multiple NetBackup domains and/or NetBackup masters,
often across various geographical sites, to improve disaster recovery
 Replication is controlled by NetBackup but executed by Sepaton
 Leverages Sepaton’s built-in replication capabilities including one-toone and many-to-one replication
 Automatic catalog management at primary and remote sites
 Leverages deduplication to replicate only unique data between the
Sepaton devices to reduce the impact on the network between the sites
Sepaton & OST AIR Simplify Disaster Recovery
Mesa AZ Data Center – NBU Domain B
Santa Clara Data Center – NBU Domain A
NBU
Master
Server A
NBU Master
or Media
Server B
Update
Source
Catalog
SLP
Copy to Tape
SLP
Update Target Catalog
with Replicated images
Lowers Bandwidth
Requirements up to
97%
Sepaton
PBBA
Sepaton
PBBA
What is Symantec OST Optimized Duplication?
Symantec OST Optimized Duplication (Opt Dup) is used to duplicate
backup images within a single NetBackup domain from one OST device
(e.g. Sepaton PBBA) to another
 NetBackup manages the process which is executed by Sepaton
 NetBackup receives the file metadata so it can update the catalogs
 Leverages deduplication to replicate only unique data between the
Sepaton devices to reduce the impact on the network between the sites
Symantec OST Optimized Duplication
Catalog
1
Copy 1
Copy 2
Local
Device
Media
Server
Update
Catalog
2
Start Opt Dupe
4
3
Done
Remote
Device
Copy
1
Data
Transfer
Or …could be
Continuous
Data Transfer
Features
• Media server initiates duplication and Sepaton perform the data transfer
• Uses Storage Lifecycle Policies or NBU Vault
Benefits
• Utilizes Sepaton’s replication technology to transfer data
• Only replicates unique data to lower impact on network
• Reduces workload on the media server
• Faster and more efficient duplication
Copy
2
What is a Optimized Synthetic Backup?
Symantec’s Optimized Synthetic Backup is used to “synthesize” a full
backup from a combination of previous full and incremental backups
 Eliminates need to perform full backups on client systems*
‒ Client’s CPU and memory resources are used minimally
 Reduces network bandwidth and storage requirements
‒ Full data sets are not moved over network
‒ Leverages Sepaton deduplication to minimizes storage used
 Lowers risk and improves business RPO
‒ More frequent backups means less potential for data loss
‒ Shorter backups allow multiple backups per day (approaching CDP)
Why Use Optimized Synthetic Backups?
Creates a Restore Ready Full Backup
• No “FULL+INC+INC+INC” path to recovery
• Faster recovery time improves RTO
•Simpler administration
Less Risk
Backups are smaller and take less time
• Improves time to safety (local copy)
•Less data to move
Less Time
Backups can be performed more often
• More restore points improves RPO
•More restore points
More Agile
Symantec Optimized Synthetic Backups
Client
Full
Backup
Incremental
Backup
Incremental
Backup
Optimized
Synthetic
Incremental backups
Lightning fast backups!
Load Balanced Media Servers
Today’s traditional synthetic full is created by pulling
data through the media server then writing the new full
image back to the device.
Optimized
Synthetic
Optimized synthetics are created immediately by the
backup appliance. NetBackup instructs which parts
of previous backups to use. Backup appliance
creates a pointer map – no data movement required.
Industry Leading Symantec Integration
Meeting Enterprise Customer Requirements
The powerful combination of HDS, Sepaton and Symantec delivers:
 Performance and Scalability
‒ Consistently meet backup and restore windows
‒ Recover data rapidly to meet SLAs
‒ Scale as needed to handle rapidly growing amounts of data
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Lower CapEx Costs– Doing more with less
Lower OpEx Costs – Automated management and reporting
Industry Leading support Symantec NetBackup OST
More powerful and reliable Disaster Recovery capabilities
Questions
and Discussion
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