Announcing NetBackup 7

Report
Symantec De-Duplication Solutions
Complete Protection for your Information Driven Enterprise
Richard Hobkirk
Sr. Pre-Sales Consultant
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Symantec’s Prescription For Better Data Protection
Deduplicate
Everywhere To
Rationalize
Infrastructure
Archive for Long
Term Storage &
Improve Backup
Performance
Centralize
Management To
Reduce
Complexity
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Deduplication, Store Data More Efficient
Deduplication Eliminates Redundant Data
• Places to deduplicate:
– Source
– Target
– At the media server
– With appliances
• Benefits include:
– Backup Less data = faster
– Dramatically reduced storage costs
and backup load
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Target-Side vs Source-Side Deduplication
• Target Deduplication
– Can be a non-disruptive way to add dedupe
to your environment
Application Servers
– Expensive dedicated appliances ingest data
at the end of the backup process
– Doesn’t do anything to help your backup
infrastructure scale
Backup Infrastructure
• Source Deduplication
– Reduces the amount of data sent over the
network, freeing up bandwidth
– Reduces data through backup
infrastructure
– Suitable when application/client server can
handle the dedupe processing load
Target Deduplication
Appliance
Backup Disk Pool
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Built-In with NetBackup 7 & Backup
Exec 2010
Deduplicate Everywhere, Closer to the Source
Built-In with NetBackup 7 & BE 2010
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Client
Servers
Built-In Dedupe
at the client
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Media
Server
Built-In Dedupe
at the media
server
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Backup
Appliance
Integrate with
deduplication
appliances
1 Start at the Source - Faster backups for 50-70% of customer data
2 Not all Data is Equal – Dedupe for CPU sensitive applications
3 Turbo-Charge Appliances – More control & performance
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Deduplication at the Source
• Data is deduplicated at the
source/client before being sent
across the network
• Benefits include:
– Built-In to NetBackup, simple and easy
to deploy
– Reduced WAN/LAN bandwidth impact
– Reduced backend storage requirements
– Transparent support for applications
Client/Source
Media server/Target
• Ideal for:
– Remote offices
– Protecting virtual machines
– File/folder & Database backups with
low change rate
= Deduplication engine
Dedupe appliance
Client Deduplication Leads to Higher Backup Throughput
Client Deduplication vs. Media Server Deduplication
Backup Speed (MB/s) vs. Number of Clients (1-12)
300
282
282MB/s
3 x faster backups
with only 12 clients!
250
229
200
MB/s
80 % Deduplication
147
150
1 Gb/s Network
100
88
86
94
94MB/s
72
58
50
47
47
0
1 client 2 clients 4 clients 8 clients 12 clients 1 client 2 clients 4 clients 8 clients 12 clients
Client Deduplication
Media Server Deduplication
1 Stream / Client
Client Deduplication vs. Standard Backup to Disk
Example with 50 clients
FULL Backup
without deduplication
10
15
5
20
3
1 Client
25
30
4
2 Clients
FULL Backups with
95% deduplication
40
710
424
MB/s
1190
580
820
MB/s
192
235
915
1070
110
100
50 MB/s
50
1 Gb/s network
Standard Clients with
maximum read speed of
50MB/s
1Gb/s is saturated
with 2-3 clients
Higher # of clients, deliver
higher aggregated backup
throughput
Media Server
Deduplication Pool
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Up till 10x faster backups *
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Media Server Deduplication
• Data is deduplicated inline at the
media server before being stored
on disk
Client/Source
• Benefits include:
– Built-In to NetBackup, simple and
easy to deploy
– No client impact
– Leverage commodity hardware
– Reduced backend storage
requirements (1Gb/s vs. 10Gb/s)
– Highly scalable
• Ideal for:
– Data center environments
= Deduplication engine
Media server/Target
Dedupe appliance
Deduplication Architecture
Meta Data
Communication
NetBackup Client
NetBackup Master
Deduplication
Plug-in
NetBackup Media server
• Deduplication plug-in embedded in
standard NBU client
Local Disk
(SAN/DAS)
PureDisk Pool
• Data moves directly between client and
Deduplication Store (Media Server
Deduplication Pool)
Media Server
Dedupe Pool
32TB
100TB
Deduplication platform
• Deduplication storage embedded into
the NetBackup Media Server
• Master/ Media servers required for
Control Communication, Catalogue meta
data repository and Policy management
• Transparent client deduplication support
for applications (VMware, SQL ,...)
• Support for existing PureDisk pool
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Increase Performance with Media Server Load
Balancing
Media Server Deduplication Pool - MSDP
NetBackup Clients
Load balancing option
• Deduplication load sharing
Additional Media servers can be
enabled to contribute to the
deduplication process, all writing
to the same Media server
deduplication pool
Media Server
Deduplication
Pool
• Global deduplication is
maintained within each
deduplication pool
NetBackup Media
Server
Deduped stream
Standard stream
Deduplication process
• A simple check in the box to
enable deduplication
PureDisk
Deduplication
Pool
• Support for PureDisk
Deduplication Pool
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Media Server Deduplication Performance Example
• Performance depends on a lot of
factors
– network, deduplication rate, disk
write speed, CPU power …
1000
– or 3TB/hour
• Add more media servers
to achieve higher throughput
while maintaining global dedupe!
Backup Throughput in MB/s
• Example for 10Gb/s network and
multiple backup jobs
– 16 jobs deliver a total of 900MB/s
Aggregated Backup Speed (MB/s) for 1 Media Server
Deduplication Pool with 90% deduplication*
~ 900 MB/s
900
800
700
600
500
Aggregated
Backup Speed
(MB/s)
400
300
200
100
0
1
2
4
8
16
32
Total # of concurrent backup jobs/streams
* Media Server has 10GB/s NIC card and deduplication rates are
90 % (conservative for full backups)
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Integration with Deduplication Appliances
• Data is deduplicated at the
appliance, yet centrally managed
by NetBackup via OpenStorage API
Client/Source
• Benefits include:
– It allows NetBackup to see the disk, as
disk, giving NetBackup visibility and
control of advanced features
Media server/Target
– Centralized policy management and
replication control
– Improved performance
• Supported appliances include:
= Deduplication engine
Dedupe appliance
Deduplicate Everywhere, Closer to the Source
Primary
Storage
Archive data off
primary storage &
dedupe data
Client
Servers
Media
Server
Deduplicate
at the client
Deduplicate
at the media
server
Backup
Appliance
Integrate with
appliances via
OpenStorage
New in NetBackup 7 & BE 2010
RESULTS
Faster backup & recovery
Reduced bandwidth
Less storage requirements
Optimized search/discovery
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Better DR with Global Data Protection
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Better Disaster Recovery for Global Data Protection
• One Console To View
Distributed Backup
Information
• Replicate & Store 80%
Less Data Duplication
• Recover terabytes of data
in seconds from anywhere
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Move Up to 80% Less Data With Optimized Duplication
One Policy
for Backup &
DR Copies
Site 1
Site 2
SAN/
DAS
Optimized Duplication
Copy 1: 14 days
Copy 2: 21 days
Copy 3: 60 days
Optimized Duplication
OST
Copy 1: 14 days
OST=OpenStorage Appliance (e.g., Data Domain)
OST
Copy 2: 21 days
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