Virtualization for Business Continuity and Data Storage Solutions David deLisi, Microsoft Vladimir Milutin, i365

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Virtualization for Business Continuity and
Data Storage Solutions
David deLisi, Microsoft
Vladimir Milutin, i365
The software and services division of Seagate Technologies
($13B Fortune 500 firm)
Software companies acquired: Evault, MetaLINCS
Solutions for data protection, retention and e-discovery
Over 150 sales people WW
22,000+ customers WW; from enterprise to SMB
Software + Services focus: 8 data centers worldwide
Relationship with Microsoft
Global 150 ISV; Gold Partner
Microsoft recommend parter for data protection, business
continuity, Lotus Notes migration to Exchange
2
Adoption and Momentum
7% of all x86 servers virtualized
now
80-90% of Fortune 1000 customers
using virtualization now
~100% annual growth rate forecast
Your Expectations
A smarter, adaptive data center:
Dynamic IT
Ability to manage through a single
pane of glass
Compelling cost, power/cooling,
and management savings
Unexpected Trade-Offs
Storage Costs
Backup and Recovery
Virtual Machine Sprawl
3
“Virtualization
is an approach to deploying
computing resources that isolates different
layers – hardware, software, data, networks,
storage – from each other.”
Bob Muglia
Microsoft
President, Server and Tools
Virtualization is the isolation of one computing resource from the others:
Virtual Applications
Applications installed to
Specific hardware and OS
Any application on any computer on-demand
Virtual Presentation
Interface bound to process
Presentation layer separate from process
Operating System assigned
to specific hardware
Virtual Machine
OS can be assigned to any desktop or server
Storage assigned to specific
locations
Virtual Storage
Storage and backup over the network
Network assigned to specific
locations
Virtual Network
Localizing dispersed resources
Traditional software stack
Component isolation with Virtualization
Virtualization results in more efficient resource utilization, and enables greater flexibility and
simplified change management
Server
Application
Desktop
Presentation
Profile
Consolidate workloads for more efficient resource utilization
Reduce operating costs (Hardware, Energy, Space)
Improve uptime and availability
Enable robust Disaster Recovery
Reduce maintenance disruption
Streamline resource provisioning and scale
Decouple applications from desktop operating systems,
deliver on demand
Reduce application-to-application conflicts
Reduce application compatibility regression testing
Centrally manage updates and patches
Micro-kernelized or Type I hypervisor
Monolithic or Type II hypervisor
Simpler than a modern kernel, but still
complex
Contains its own drivers model
Application
Simple partitioning functionality
Increase reliability and minimize TCB
No third-party code
Drivers run within guests
Guest
OS
Guest
OS
Operating
System
App
App
Application
Application
Application
App
Application
Type II Hypervisor
Application
Operating
System
Application
Host Operating System
Type I Hypervisor
Hardware
Hardware
Building on the rock-solid architecture of Windows Server
2008 Hyper-V; part of Windows Server 2008 R2
Integration with new technologies and products
Enabling new dynamic scenarios:
Increased Server Consolidation
Dynamic Data Center
Virtualized Centralized Desktop
Better Performance
Type I Hypervisor means less
overhead:
Better Performance
Better Scalability
Better Driver Support
Drivers run in guests not on the
host
Increased Stability
Increased Reach
Greater Hosting Systems Options
Better Support
End to End Support and Peace-ofMind
Better Licensing
Least expensive virtualization
solution
Included Guest Licensing
Data Center Edition is the best overall
value
But all Editions of Windows Server 2008
with Hyper-V provide great value
Application
Virtualization
Multiple Delivery
options including
Dynamic Streaming
Policy Based
application
management
Microsoft Application Virtualization Platform
Standalone Mode
600
500
Virtualization Industry Survey 2008
Published by Virtualization.info, 1/2009
400
What hardware virtualization platform do you implement?
(multiple choice)?
300
200
100
0
ESX
Hyper-V
XenServer
Virtual
Iron
SUSE
RHEL
Oracle VM
KVM
Inadequate Virtualization Management Dangers:
Virtual Server Sprawl
Non-Scalable Administration
Patching and Provisioning Nightmare
Business Continuity
“Virtualization without good management is more
dangerous than not using virtualization in the
first place.”
Thomas Bittman, Analyst, Gartner
Before
Virtualizing
Servers
After
Virtualizing
Servers
Number of applications per server
1
10+
Number of physical servers
10+
1
Number of apps down on storage failure
1
10+
Data lost on dual-disk failure
1x
10x
Backup data volume
1x
10x
Meeting backup window
Feasible
Maybe not
Disaster recovery
Costly/complex
More complex
Provisioning
Slow/complex
Storage ≠ servers
Front-End
Application
SQL
Servers
Front-End
Web Server
Front-End
Web Server
Data
Index Server
Front-End
Web Server
Front-End
Web Server
Search
Servers
17
Front-End
Application
Data
Index Server
SQL
Server
Front-End Web
Server
Search
Server
Example with NetApp® Consolidation Solution
Application
Data
SharePoint® Servers
Index Server
FC
SQL
Server
Search
Server
iSCSI
NetApp Fabric-Attached Storage
(FAS) System
Increase utilization, reduce costs
Simplify data management
Increase data availability
Familiar
Interface
Host
Groups
Live Thumbnail
VM
Views
Context Sensitive
Actions
Centralized
Library
Full Integration with Volume Shadow Copy
Familiar Approach to Backups
Backup VMs and Virtualized Applications with the ease of
backing up static Files.
Lowers overall TCO
Focus on your backup needs – not on learning new backup
techniques and idiosyncrasies.
Helps create dynamic IT
Take a pro-active approach to backups.
DPM does not require a SAN to
snap and remount VHDs
elsewhere - it can use DAS, or
any other locally mounted disk,
on the Host, as well as the DPM
server.
DPM does not require 3rd party
backup software, even after the
VHD is secured - its a complete
solution on its own
You can run DPM 2007 SP1 on
the Hyper-V host itself,
providing a self-contained
solution.
DPM does not leave the VM
dormant during the entire
backup -- if it has to hibernate
the VM, it brings it down, snaps
it, and brings it right back up
again. But for most Windows
guests, it can protect with no
downtime at all!
And because DPM can replicate
from one DPM server to another
(DPM-2-DPM-4-DR), you can
easily replicate your VHDs offsite to i365
i365 EVault Data Protection Solutions
The EVault product family enables the protection and recovery of businesses mission critical data with
Software, SaaS, Managed Services and Appliances
i365 Metalincs E-Discovery Solutions
The MetaLINCS product family enables the discovery, search, and analysis of electronic information with
Software, Services & Appliances
i365 Retention Management Solutions
i365 solutions for data retention, migration, restoration services, bridging the needs of E-Discovery and Data
Preservation
Migrate customer from Lotus Notes faster, easier and less expensive than ever!
Alpharetta, GA
Carlstadt, NJ
Chicago, IL
Emeryville, CA
Philadelphia, PA
Santa Clara, CA
Scottsdale, AZ
Toronto, Canada
Amsterdam
London
Luxembourg
Customers can use DPM with EVault for heterogeneous support
Off-site DR backup of customer DPM server to i365 Cloud
Automated off-site backup and recovery support for all apps
Support for heterogeneous platforms including Windows.
Crash and Application consistent backup of DPM server
Preserve all file metadata including permissions
Support for file/system level restore
Continuous Data Protection (CDP) and Bare Metal Recovery (BMR)
support
Lower cost for DR infrastructure
Anywhere, anytime access to
recovery platform
Effective management of
secured data
More scalable solution
Generally more powerful than
internal and dedicated technical
architecture.
Customer:
Removes the need to procure HW
and infrastructure
Fewer barriers to entry
Accelerated speed-to-deploy
On-demand, subscription based
use of RDR facility
No need to install, deploy, and
support the infrastructure
“Through 2013, 30% of enterprises adopting cloud-based
services will base their choices on provider’s capability to
reliably deliver and provide access to their data in the cloud.*
* Gartner
i365 RDR uses the latest in
Virtualization technology
Hardware failure and
overload:
Using Hyper-V and HA
solution in a VM cluster
prevents machines from
getting overloaded.
In the event of hardware
failure the machines simply
Hyper-V to other servers in
cluster.
Best of bread technology:
Using Microsoft Hyper-V and
Seagate HDD’s ie (EMC,
NetApp, IBM, HP, Dell)
Speed of deployment
Using Hyper-V templates
allows i365 RDR to recreate
multiple customers’
environments in minutes vs.
hours with physical machines.
Cost Advantage
Administrators build on the Windows Server skill, tools and
processes they already have
Support for up to 64GB per VM
Customers report 30:1 and more consolidation ratios
Affordable, powerful, easy to use tools to manage Hyper-V and
VMware
Use GUIDs to create LUNS to avoid running out of letters
Microsoft hypervisor is <1MB and contains no third party
code or drivers, making it thin AND secure
Hyper-V on a Windows Server Core installation is just
512MB, providing the right size environment for minimal
maintenance and management tasks
Choice of VM migration – Quick (today) or Live (R2)
Automated dynamic load balancing at no additional charge
No more failed recoveries
Near zero data loss for Exchange,
SQL, and SharePoint
Best of Breed Heterogeneous support
for seamless Disk-to-Disk-to-Tape for
backups
Recoveries within minutes instead of
hours
Best of cloud services with on
premises solutions
Unified policy allows protection of
multiple data types to any media – in
one schedule and with common
tuning options
Eliminate the backup window of
your production servers
Shrink potential data loss down
to 15 minutes
Application recovery direct from
backup UI – no pre-staging
Enable end-users to perform
their own recoveries
Remove tapes from branch
offices and centralize
backups at the datacenter
Assessment Tool
Check to see if your servers are
good candidates for Hyper-V
virtualization
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/
Design Guides
Learn how to design a virtualized
infrastructure for the first time
http://technet.microsoft.com/
ROI Calculator
Estimate your return on investment
in Microsoft Virtualization solutions
https://roianalyst.alinean.com
White Papers and Case Studies
http://www.microsoft.com/virtualizat
ion
Includes great information on
virtualizing Microsoft products like
SharePoint
Education on Virtualization
http://www.microsoft.com/learning/v
irtualization/default.mspx
Free online classes including:
Introducing Hyper-V in Windows
Server 2008; Exploring Microsoft
System Center Virtual Machine
Manager 2008; Exploring Microsoft
Application Virtualization
“My architecture firm does business
all over the world and we depend on
being able to access our data at
anytime. ”
• Provides business continuity to ensure optimum data availability and uptime
• Products within the family enable you to store, protect and secure business-critical digital assets and scales as your
business grows
• Family intro March 24, visit www.seagate.com for more info
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