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1 Einheitliche Backup- und Recovery-Software
EMC NETWORKER Note to Presenter: Present to customers and prospects to introduce them to EMC NetWorker. Today we’ll discuss the challenges of data protection and how NetWorker can accelerate the transition to next-generation data protection by providing a unified backup and recovery software solution. NetWorker unifies your environments, has the breadth of protection needed in today's environments, and gives you needed assurance that your backup and recoveries will be successful. Einheitliche Backup- und Recovery-Software

2 Herausforderungen für die IT-Abteilung
2010 1,2 Zettabyte 2020 35,2 Zettabyte RIESIGE DATENMENGEN BUDGETDILEMMA Reaffirming IDC’s study is the fact that in 2010 there were 1.2 zettabytes of information. That’s a trillion billion—a massive amount of information to be managed. It is estimated that by 2020, there will be 35 zettabytes of information. Our data deluge will grow 36-times this decade. This growth is putting a strain on backup windows, storage costs, and management. IT organizations are not as dissatisfied with the amount of money they’re spending on their IT, as they are with the fact that nearly three-quarters, or 73 percent, goes to maintaining existing legacy systems, both infrastructure and applications. Customers complain about the complexity of their backup solutions. The feeling is that too much time, expertise, and effort is spent keeping the current recovery system(s) afloat. They want the backup process to be less costly, and need less supervision and administrative attention. Infrastructure is the foundation of IT so that’s what changes first. In 2009, an important trend surfaced when virtual servers began being delivered in greater numbers than physical servers, (i.e., we have reached a tipping point). Server virtualization changes the environment in both subtle and profound ways. In many shops today, backup methods have been barely altered to accommodate this new virtual infrastructure so it’s important to lay the proper data protection foundation early on. And now you must ensure compliance with regulatory and litigation requirements and can no longer rely on past traditional practices of simply keeping tape backups around for years and years. Umwandlung INFRASTRUKTURWANDEL COMPLIANCE UND ERKENNUNG

3 Kontinuierliche Entwicklung
Backup-Software Backup Speicher Disaster-Recovery- Speicher Archivierung Transformativ Herkömmlich Backup- Software Band Band Band/optisch So given the pressure to reduce backup windows and costs, it is not surprising that a transition has been underway—first from tape to disk and then disk-enabled deduplication backup solutions. The transition to deduplication includes storage systems that can be implemented with existing backup software applications and, more increasingly, new software solution that delivers deduplication at the client. These deduplication solutions provide more efficient backup and restore capabilities. In fact, 48 percent of large enterprises have implemented deduplication, according to a 2011 storage study by TheInfoPro. Archiving has undergone a significant transformation as well. Early archive solutions were based on tape and optical solutions, providing cost-effective, long-term storage of data, albeit with limited performance. Archiving played an increasing role in helping organizations reduce backup windows, with customers “archiving before backup” to help them reduce the amount of data to be backed up. Deduplication has effectively eliminated that requirement, but archiving remains a valuable tool for addressing compliance and discovery requirements. Backup- Software VTL VTL/Band Festplatte (Archivierung vor Backup) Backup-Software Deduplizierungsspeicher Compliance und Erkennung Backup-Software und ­System mit Deduplizierung

4 EMC entwickelt Backup-Lösungen stetig weiter
Software und Speicher bilden eine Einheit Bessere Performance: Bis zu 50 % schneller als herkömmliche Lösungen Anwenderfreundlichkeit: Eine Benutzeroberfläche – gemeinsames Policy-Management Vorhersehbarkeit: Bewährte Best Practices – mehr als  Installationen INTEGRIERTE ARCHITEKTUR Schutz- speicher Backup-Software EMC continues to evolve backup and recovery. EMC leads the market in integration of both software and storage systems...designed to work together. Through an integrated deduplication architecture, EMC is able to break the mold of more conventional approaches being used to deploy deduplication. Performance increases by distributing the deduplication process across the backup path—50 percent faster in most cases. Integrated solutions are easier to use because they allow a more unified view of the entire solution to simplify configuration, day-to-day administration, and reporting. Solution behavior is more predictable, making it easier to size and scale out the solution as needs grow. And finally, it’s easier to support. This all adds up to provide an easier approach to redesign, forming a next-generation backup foundation for the future.

5 Argumente für EMC NetWorker
Zentrales Management Branchenführende Datendeduplizierung Erweiterte Anwendungsunterstützung Umfangreiche Backup-to-Disk- Funktionen Geeignet für virtuelle und physische Umgebungen Zuverlässige Wiederherstellbarkeit NetWorker helps organizations control costs by bringing management and control of the entire information environment into one central offering. NetWorker leverages this centralized, broad protection to bridge the gap between traditional backup and deduplication backup and enables new backup technologies to be introduced nondisruptively into complex IT operations by providing a common platform for both. Here are the reasons why users choose NetWorker. It... Provides centralized control of traditional and deduplicated backups Features support for virtual environments Has industry-leading data deduplication support through integration with EMC Avamar and EMC Data Domain. By leveraging Avamar and Data Domain deduplication, NetWorker helps users reduce the amount of data to back up and dramatically reduces the amount of disk storage needed to retain and protect data—without adding administrative complexity—by providing a common management interface and backup workflow.  Provides advanced backup-to-disk capabilities, snapshots, replication, NAS backup to disk, and backup to disk with vault to cloud. Delivers enterprise performance, security, and analytics. Simply put, nothing securely backs up, recovers, and scales like NetWorker. Integrates with EMC RecoverPoint for continuous data protection (CDP) and continuous remote replication (CRR). Provides better recoverability from tape backups by leveraging a future-proof open tape format with better recoverability from damaged tape media.

6 Einheitliches Management
DEDUPLIZIERUNG ANWENDUNGS- UNTERSTÜTZUNG SAP Oracle Microsoft VIRTUALISIERUNG Data Domain Avamar NetWorker Today’s data protection solutions need to operate across a very diverse landscape, managing multiple tiers of data protection from tape, to disk, to snaps, across a variety of applications within both physical and virtual environments, and providing comprehensive scheduling and policies for both operational and disaster recovery scenarios. To drive complexity and cost out of this environment, you need common management. NetWorker has evolved into a powerful application that provides this centralized control and command, or single management interface, necessary to provide greater simplification and seamless management to meet today’s new requirements. Cloud Band DATEISYSTEM- UND SERVER-RECOVERY REMOTE-STANDORTE UND ZWEIGSTELLEN EMC SPEICHERPLATTFORMEN Atmos VNX Symmetrix

7 NetWorker Management Console
Zentralisierte Administration und Überwachung Anpassbare Ansichten Assistenten für die Client- und Device-Konfiguration Einfacher Start der Recovery-Anwendungen Rollenbasierte Autorisierung Reporting Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation. NetWorker Management Console, NetWorker’s user interface, features an easy-to-use, point-and- click web-based user interface that enables management of one or more NetWorker servers from anywhere in the world where you can access a network connection. This central point of management provides a launching point for NetWorker’s recovery and wizard interfaces. Users can each have their own unique login and password, and can customize the interface to fit their preferences. NetWorker Management Console ties in with Directory Authentication services such as LDAP and Active Directory to further simplify user management. NetWorker 8.0 integration with LDAP makes adding users simple. For example, when adding users to the “Backup Admin” group, the users will receive all necessary permissions within NetWorker. Beyond speed and compatibility, EMC’s focus with NetWorker is also to provide a better user experience. Whether you are configuring your backups or managing recoveries, NetWorker has the interfaces necessary to let you quickly complete routine tasks. The guided configuration wizards simplify setup, configuration, and modifications. Role-based authorizations are have been expanded for NetWorker 8.0. The list of default roles now include Monitor (read-only), Security Administrator, Application Administrator, and more— each having specific granularity that reduces risk and only allows permissions required for that role. Built-in reporting provides needed details in and around the backup environment and even features details on inactive files in the environment that are being backed up repeatedly, giving you the opportunity to consider either altering backup schedules or implementing an archiving solution—or both.

8 Backup-to-Disk Schnell und zuverlässig
Ausnutzung gleichzeitiger Operationen Backup, Clone Recovery und Staging – zur gleichen Zeit Recovery mit mehreren Streams Policy-basiertes Staging und Cloning von Daten Gemeinsame Speicher-Nodes NetWorker Client Direct NetWorker backup to disk, available through the NetWorker DiskBackup Option, takes advantage of the speed and reliability of disk for backup. It overcomes the performance and reliability concerns of tape and eliminates the mount, start and stop, rewind, and fast-forward that tape requires. NetWorker’s backup-to-disk capabilities allow for simultaneous-access operations to a disk volume—both reads (restore, staging, cloning) and writes (backups). NetWorker 8.0 now enables the recovery of backups on demand as well as perform multiple recoveries, clones, and staging operations all in parallel. This allows end users to recover critical files when needed—waiting for cloning or staging to finish before a recovery can begin is no longer needed, resulting in a substantial time savings. Cloning from disk to tape is up to 50 percent faster because as soon as a backup saveset (data on a given system to be backed up) is complete, the cloning process can begin without the administrator having to wait for all the savesets in a backup group to complete. New for NetWorker 8.0 are shared storage nodes and synthetic full backups. Shared storage nodes feature the ability for Advanced File Type Devices (AFTDs) to be available to multiple network paths. This will allow better utilization of storage node resources, reducing backup contention and improving backup success rates. Also new to Networker 8.0 is the ability provide Client Direct backup and recovery. Client Direct can be used for the protection of file system and application clients. Client Direct removes the storage node from the data path, eliminating a “hop” and increasing backup performance while also reducing cost and complexity. The disk devices supported by Client Direct include AFTD, Data Domain as NFS and/or CIFS, and DD Boost. Neu Neu

9 Deduplizierungsmanagement mit NetWorker
Eine einzige Lösung mit branchenführender Deduplizierung Avamar Data Domain Integrierte Software und Hardware Anwenderfreundlichkeit Vorhersehbarkeit Wartungsfreundlichkeit Managing Avamar and Data Domain with NetWorker couldn’t be easier. Based on your requirements, NetWorker provides the ability to enable deduplication based on policy where and when you need it. The NetWorker solution is built on industry-leading solutions with integration to Data Domain and Avamar. And because it is an integrated software and hardware solution, it is simpler to use, gives you more predictable operation, and is easier to support and report against.

10 Dateisysteme und Anwendungen
NetWorker und Avamar Dateisysteme und Anwendungen Unterstützt Dateisysteme und Anwendungen Physisch und virtuell Management von herkömmlichem Backup sowie Backup mit Deduplizierung Ein Client oder Anwendungsmodul Gemeinsame Administration Umfassende Indexierung und Suche Gemeinsame Recovery NetWorker The common, combined NetWorker and Avamar client allows deduplication to be defined through standard NetWorker backup client configurations in the NetWorker Management Console for file systems and application modules. This includes support for Microsoft Exchange, SQL Server, SharePoint, and Hyper-V as well as Oracle, SAP, DB2, Informix, Lotus, and Sybase. This support is applicable to both physical and virtual environments. NetWorker’s support is ideal, especially for existing users, because it does not force users to learn a different workflow or GUI. And because users may wish to deploy and manage a mix of traditional and deduplication backup, NetWorker allows the backup client to have both deduplication and non-deduplication or traditional backup jobs defined. Allowing the components of the deduplication solution to be managed through NetWorker Management Console helps users simplify operations. Results of client backups with or without deduplication are available through common NetWorker Management Console reporting and monitoring tools. Avamar REPLIKATION WAN Primäres Rechenzentrum Remote-Standort

11 Management von Avamar durch NetWorker
Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation. Here’s how Avamar’s integration within NetWorker will look to the backup administrator. The same familiar NetWorker interface is used to manage the deduplication functionality, meeting the challenge of simplifying administration and driving greater ease of use while providing powerful functionality. Define the Avamar Data Store just like you’d define a NetWorker storage node. Avamar allows replication between grids, so you can also tell NetWorker about this replication, configured separately, in the grid. NetWorker will use the replication node information to automatically recover data from the replication grid if the original grid is down. Attributes were added to client resources to enable deduplication. A user can create a new deduplication client, or convert an existing one. Users will also manage client resources using the same workflows as before. Turning on deduplication for a client couldn’t be more simple. There’s a checkbox to choose deduplication backup or not. Plus NetWorker gives you the option to send different clients’ data to different grids, or use the same deduplication node with clients from different NetWorker servers, so you have a great deal of flexibility. Backup statistics and backup status reports will automatically include information on deduplication savesets. Additionally, NetWorker Management Console offers a detailed deduplication backup summary report.

12 NetWorker und Data Domain
Dateisysteme und Anwendungen Verwendung mit vorhandenen festplattenbasierten oder VTL-Funktionen Verwendung mit Data Domain Boost Verbesserte Performance Clone-gesteuerte Replikation Automatisierte Konfiguration Monitoring und Reporting Optimiert für Bandreduzierung und -Replikation sowie Herausforderungen bei Anwendungs-Backups NetWorker Data Domain deduplication storage systems dramatically reduce the amount of disk storage needed to retain and protect data. Data Domain is ideal for use with existing NetWorker disk-based or virtual tape library (VTL) capabilities. The combination of NetWorker and Data Domain allows for centralized, automated, and accelerated data protection across your enterprise. Another advantage of Data Domain is that it can be deployed quickly and fits into current backup workflows and policies. It provides an alternative to disk and tape volume pools and is optimized for sequential read and write operations. With Data Domain Boost capabilities, users will get advanced capabilities when using NetWorker and Data Domain together, including improved performance, clone-controlled replication, automated configuration, and monitoring and reporting. NetWorker with Data Domain is optimized for: Tape minimization and replication for disaster recovery Application backup challenges: Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, Lotus, Informix, DB2 Larger data, larger servers, stream to tape Backup consolidation target for large data center REPLIKATION WAN Primäres Rechenzentrum Remote-Standort Data Domain

13 Vorteile von Data Domain Boost
Deduplizierung verteilt auf: Backup-Server Anwendungsclients NetWorker-Clients Steigerung der Backup-Geschwindigkeit Reduzierung des Netzwerkverkehrs Clone-gesteuerte Replikation Replikationsplanung Katalogerkennung replizierter Kopien Anwenderfreundlichkeit Automatisierte Konfiguration Monitoring und Reporting DD Boost DD Boost Neu NetWorker Data Domain This slide provides an overview of DD Boost and its value added to NetWorker. The DD Boost integration with NetWorker optimizes the interface between the NetWorker and the Data Domain storage system, and distributes part of the deduplication process to NetWorker storage nodes/servers and clients protected by NetWorker Module for Microsoft Applications 2.3 and higher, NetWorker Module for Databases and Applications 1.2 and higher, and the NetWorker Module for SAP 4.2 and higher. Application hosts include Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, and SQL Server; DB2; Informix; Lotus; Oracle; Sybase; and SAP. New for NetWorker 8.0 is the ability to run DD Boost on the NetWorker client itself. This is for protection of file systems as well as VADP proxies and expands all the benefits of deduplication for the NetWorker client. Deduplication distribution with NetWorker 8 and higher: One difference to point out with DD Boost at the application client and NetWorker client, compared to the storage node support released with NetWorker 7.6 SP1, is that the segment processing is happening from the backup client—not through a storage node. Backup speeds are increased and network traffic reduced because DD Boost enables efficient deduplicated data transport over the LAN directly to a Data Domain system. This is driving new efficiency for NetWorker customers who use Data Domain. This is outside of a storage node or dedicated storage node implementation so there’s no requirement that the module client be a storage node to use DD Boost. Clone-controlled replication: The Data Domain replication process is managed by standard NetWorker cloning, ensuring that NetWorker can recognize and manage a replicated (remote) copy of data and assign unique retention policies to it. This can all be scheduled to run at the times chosen as most appropriate by the administrator. NetWorker provides ease of use and management. The NetWorker Management Console provides wizard-based tools to simplify the deployment of the clients as well as data domain and NDMP (Network Data Management Protocol) devices. NetWorker Management Console uses SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) to capture status information and alerts, and has customized panels and reports that reflect the uniqueness of Data Domain.

14 Data Domain Reporting durch NetWorker
As shown on this slide, statistical reports of NetWorker Data Domain backup, recovery, and clone activities are available from the NMC Reports view. Additionally, the NetWorker Management Console Device Configuration Wizard simplifies the configuration of storage devices, backup clients, storage pools, volume labeling, and saveset cloning. The NetWorker server window of the NetWorker Management Console provides a comprehensive view of the backup status, log, and alerts for connected Data Domain systems. Note to Presenter: All configuration, monitoring, and reporting operations for DD Boost devices are managed by the NetWorker Management Console software. The NetWorker Management Console server must have network access to each Data Domain system it manages.

15 Module for Microsoft Applications
Einzelnes Modul für Anwendungen Basierend auf Microsoft VSS (Volume Shadow Copy Service) Integrierte Deduplizierung Anwenderfreundliche Assistenten Unterstützung von dedizierten Speicher-Nodes Eliminiert Auswirkungen auf Hosts Schnelle Recovery auf granularer Ebene NetWorker Module for Microsoft Applications (NMM) is a single module for all supported applications: Microsoft SQL Server, Exchange, SharePoint, Hyper-V, and Active Directory— leveraging the Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) framework and doing so with a single recovery interface for all supported applications and platforms. With Microsoft VSS, common features help make it easier to manage backup and recovery. NMM ties NetWorker’s snapshot management capabilities into Microsoft VSS to enable more-effective backup and recovery, and provides a facility for making point-in-time volume snapshots and clones on the Windows platform. Using the VSS framework, NetWorker integrates with EMC hardware platforms as well as third-party hardware providers to create point-in-time shadow copies on the array for the purposes of backup to secondary media or fast recovery and return to service. SQL Server is supported with a combination of VSS and traditional VDI. This mixture provides the ability for point in time granularity along with full, incremental (transactional log), differential, and copy backup support. You can use industry-leading deduplication—Data Domain (including DD Boost support) and EMC Avamar—to help protect your Microsoft data as well, all managed seamlessly by NetWorker. DD Boost support includes Hyper-V, SQL Server, Exchange, and SharePoint. Wizard configuration for all Microsoft Applications is available with NetWorker 8.0. The configuration wizard will auto-discover the application server and auto-populate the fields required to complete the backup job. New Granular Level Recovery (GLR) support provides customers instant access for fast restores of Exchange, SharePoint, and Hyper-V. This new GLR leaves the saveset in place on disk and mounts the underlying file system to the server. Then using either the NMM recovery interface or Kroll Ontrack PowerControls (for SharePoint), the backup administrator can simply point to the desired file and perform a recovery. With this solution, NetWorker lowers the operational effort for backup and recovery of the Microsoft applications listed here. Neu Neu

16 Disaster Recovery mit Windows
Bare Metal Recovery für Microsoft Windows Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows 7 Backup in einem Durchlauf Assistentengesteuert Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation. NetWorker has the ability to deliver the Microsoft-recommended disaster recovery for Windows servers and operating systems. NetWorker delivers bare-metal recovery for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2, and Windows 7. New for NetWorker 8.0 is single pass backup for Windows for file system and disaster recovery files. Single pass backup now eliminates the redundancy created by the DR process used by previous versions of NetWorker while also reducing backup sizes and times. Neu

17 Module for Databases and Applications
Ein Modul für DB2, Informix, Lotus, Oracle und Sybase Einfache Bestellung, Lizenzierung, Installation und Upgrades Vereinfachte, gemeinsame assistentengesteuerte Konfiguration und Workflows Integrierte Deduplizierung Snapshot-Management Ereignisgesteuertes Backup VMware-Integration EMC NetWorker Module for Databases and Applications NetWorker delivers complete protection for Oracle, DB2, Informix, Sybase, and Lotus through the NetWorker Module for Databases and Applications, which combines five of your mission-critical databases and applications into a single module. This unified protection makes ordering, licensing, and maintenance easier than ever before. The wizard-driven tools within NetWorker Management Console simplifies the configuration of backup jobs. As with the NetWorker Management Console applications, the Module for Databases and Applications provides auto-discovery and auto-population for ensuring that backup jobs are configured easily and accurately. Now you can use industry-leading deduplication—Data Domain (including DD Boost support) and Avamar—to help protect your data as well, all managed seamlessly by NetWorker. Depending on your needs, you are able to defuse the explosion of backup data by substantially reducing the time it takes for backup and restore operations, the network impact, and the storage required for backup. Whichever backup method you choose, the NetWorker Module for Databases and Applications provides centralized management and helps control costs by reducing the amount of administration required to manage more complex environments. NetWorker leads the market for snapshot management. PowerSnap provides a point-in-time backup from the snapshot. A unique NetWorker capability is event-based backup. Event-based backups use a NetWorker function known as Probes to trigger backups based on some external event other than a scheduled time. For example, you might have an Oracle database that has sporadic activity. Rather than relying on normal data and time for backups, you can let database activity determine when backups take place. You could create a Probe that says, “When 25 log files are generated, run a backup.” With NetWorker, you can protect your databases within a virtual machine. This support extends not just to in-guest protection, but also if you are using VMware vMotion, Distributed Resource Scheduler, or High Availability as guests potentially move based on the dynamic environment. NetWorker will have no problem executing backups or processing restores appropriately wherever the virtual machine happens to be in the VMware infrastructure.

18 Module for SAP Applications
SAP mit Oracle SAP mit DB2 UDB SAP mit SQL Server SAP mit Oracle EMC NetWorker Module for SAP with Oracle SAP mit DB2 UDB EMC NetWorker Module for Databases and Applications SAP mit Microsoft SQL Server EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft Applications NetWorker NetWorker addresses SAP challenges in a number of ways, depending on the solution in use. For SAP with Oracle, NetWorker is integrated with BR*Tools—the backup and recovery interface provided by SAP—to simplify protection and recovery of the SAP system. If you’re running a DB2 database beneath SAP, you can use the NetWorker Module for Databases and Applications to protect SAP data. If you’re running SQL Server beneath SAP, you can use NetWorker Module for Microsoft Applications to protect the databases housing SAP data.

19 Mandantenfähigkeit Neu Serviceanbieter Mehrere „Mandanten“ teilen sich eine gehostete Backup-Umgebung: Isolierung von Daten Trennung von Anwendern Anpassung der Service- Level für einfachen Datenschutz Mandant 1 Mandant 2 Mandant 3 Multi-Tenancy is a new enhancement that isolates backup data and separates users from one another. Service providers and enterprise customers that need to isolate departments from one another will find this feature valuable. Each data zone can now be limited to only those that are authorized. This is an important new feature as IT staff and/or service providers pursue a cloud strategy that need additional separation. Multi-Tenancy is a standard feature with NetWorker 8.0. No extra licensing is required. In summary, Multi-Tenancy provides the following benefits: Autonomy for tenants in a hosted environment / Service Providers Simplified experience for casual NetWorker administrators On-demand sandbox for eDiscovery projects Backup-Daten 1 Backup-Daten 2 NetWorker - Administrator Backup-Daten 3 NetWorker-Server Data Domain

20 Cloning-Management über das Avamar-Ziel
Neu Cloning-Management über das Avamar-Ziel Standard-Cloning- Workflows von NetWorker Unterstützung von Service-Level- Agreements für langfristige Speicherung Unterstützung von Recovery/Disaster Recovery durch NetWorker Speicher-Node NetWorker-Server NetWorker Management Console Remote-Standort Cloning-Management durch NetWorker Standard-Cloning-Operationen von NetWorker Natives Format Avamar DataStore NetWorker 8.0 has the ability to manage NetWorker clones from an Avamar target to the appropriate cloning device. The process for cloning from Avamar follows the same workflow as all other cloning processes within NetWorker. When savesets are cloned from Avamar, the saveset is rehydrated and independent of Avamar. The rehydration means that the data is not in deduplicated format when written to the cloning device and can be restored without having access to the Avamar system.

21 Geplantes Cloning Kein Skripting oder externer Scheduler erforderlich
Anpassbar Flexible Planungsoptionen Saveset-Filterung Vorschau und Validierung der Auswahl Scheduled clone operations protect the integrity of the backup window by enabling the administrator to create copies of backups outside of the backup window. NetWorker Management Console enables clones to be scheduled through a calendar using either a monthly parameter or a more granular, weekly parameter. NetWorker Management Console saveset filters provide a granular selection of the save groups, clients, and pools to clone. The scheduled cloning feature supports all NetWorker workflows and is used to configure and schedule the clone-controlled replication feature with Data Domain and Avamar.

22 Integriertes Snapshot-Management
Anwendungs- server Anwendungsorientiertes Snapshot-Management PowerSnap-Modul EMC Speicher-Arrays RecoverPoint CDP und CRR Array-basiertes VMware-Backup Module for Microsoft Applications VSS (Volume Shadow Copy Service Snapshot-Katalogisierung für schnelle Recovery Entfernung von Backups vom Anwendungsserver und Schutz der Ressourcen Unterstützung von Deduplizierung Band-/ Disaster Recovery Produktions- Volume NetWorker leads the market for snapshot management. PowerSnap provides a point in time backup from the snapshot and is application aware. With the shrinking cost of disk, another advancement that is becoming more prevalent is the use of replication or snapshot technologies to capture point-in-time copies of data for recovery or other “repurposing” needs. Now, you can centralize command and control of the management of these replication processes through the backup application instead of writing scripts to coordinate snapshot taking. With the NetWorker PowerSnap module and VSS client, you are able to tell an external system when to take a copy of application data and index it within the backup and recovery database as a valid backup. For instance, you can tell an EMC VNX system running the SnapView replication software to take a copy of Microsoft SQL Server, but only after coordinating with SQL Server through the backup API to ensure that the data is in a consistent state when the copy is made. Snapshots will remove backup from the application server. This integration not only enables fast and consistent operational backup and recovery, but it also allows backup to disk or tape to occur offline, without impacting the mission-critical application server. This process is often referred to as “live backup.” Tapes can be created and sent offsite for disaster recovery purposes. At any time, recovery can be accomplished from a snapshot or from tape as needed. All of these capabilities—scheduling, creating, retaining, and deleting snapshots—can be enabled by policies. As with all other NetWorker options, deduplication is supported with snapshot management. Betriebliche Recovery Snapshot 8:00 Uhr Snapshot 13:00 Uhr Snapshot 18:00 Uhr Proxy- server

23 NDMP Backup und Recovery
Neu Einfacherer und schnellerer NAS-Schutz Vollständiges Funktionsspektrum für lokales und Remote Backup NDMP-Funktionalität (Network Data Management Protocol) NDMP-Backup-to-Disk Direct Access Restore Dynamic Drive Sharing mit und ohne NDMP NDMP-Cloning Komplette, differenzielle und inkrementelle NDMP-Backups Deduplizierung mit Data Domain Boost NDMP Checkpoint Restart NAS NAS NAS LAN Backup-Server Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation. NDMP (Network Data Management Protocol)—developed in part by EMC—is a technology that specifies how network components talk to each other for the purpose of moving data for backup and recovery. NDMP’s primary role is to simplify and speed the protection of NAS devices. Data is copied from disk to backup storage, regardless of the operating system or platform on which the data originated. Tracking information is also passed to and from the backup software using the same protocol. Note to Presenter: Key points: NDMP gives some flexibility with regard to where and how backup and recoveries are performed—beginning with local backup to a tape device attached to a NAS server where the data resides. Also available is “three-party backup”—the backup is performed from one NAS/NDMP server to another NAS/NDMP server. NetWorker and NDMP have the ability to run Data Domain Boost at the storage node. This distributes part of the deduplication to the storage node so it is not happening from the backup client. DD Boost enables efficient data transport over the LAN directly to a Data Domain system, which drives new efficiency for NetWorker customers who use Data Domain and especially for NDMP and large file systems. Backup speeds are faster and significant reduction in network traffic are the result. The new NDMP Checkpoint Restart feature is currently supported for NetApp only and allows a NetWorker saveset to be restarted from the point of interruption during the backup process. This helps you meet your backup window if an interruption to a backup occurs. The technology and capabilities are very good, but the fact is that NDMP—as it stands at the moment—requires tape. That’s what it was designed for and what it looks for when it’s time to send out backup data. NetWorker adds a unique capability that bypasses this limitation. EMC has added the intelligence to perform NDMP backup and recovery through a server/storage node using the NetWorker Data Service Agent. With the Data Service Agent, you can save NDMP streams directly to any attached backup media, including tape and disk. NetWorker enables full, differential, and true incremental backup with NDMP. DD Boost Speicher- Node NAS SAN Neu Band/Festplatte Data Domain

24 NetWorker- und VMware-Schutz
IN-GUEST Support für VMware vSphere 5 Deduplizierungsunterstützung Anwendungskonsistentes Backup auf Guest-Ebene Snapshot-basiertes, hostunabhängiges Backup mit VADP (vStorage API for Data Protection) Unterstützung von Data Domain Boost Automatische Erkennung und Visualisierung NetWorker supports VMware vSphere 4 and 5. It offers several protection options that help companies, regardless of their current adoption level of server virtualization. Key to VMware backup is deduplication. You can deploy LAN backup of individual virtual machines through the NetWorker client and application modules. This is just like you’re accustomed to doing in your physical environments, but translates to the virtual guest. It offers granular protection of file systems for all supported operating systems, and also enables application-consistent backups by communicating with the applications running in the virtual machine. With the VMware vStorage API for Data Protection (VADP), NetWorker is able to deliver off-host protection of virtual machines in the vSphere Server infrastructure. Also supported is Data Domain Boost software on the proxy server. You gain the benefits of deduplication, including faster backups and reduced network traffic with DD Boost and off-host protection. It’s important to note that NetWorker not only delivers the flexibility to choose how you’ll back up your data on VMware, it also provides a choice of using traditional backup methods—backup to tape, backup to disk, backup to virtual tape—and supports the choice of deduplication backup for the VMware environment. OFF-HOST DD Boost Neu Data Domain

25 Integration in VMware vStorage API for Data Protection
vCenter Zentralisiertes Backup für vSphere- Hosts Recovery auf Image- und Dateiebene mit einem einzelnen Backup Inkrementelle und differenzielle Datei-Backups, basierend auf vollständigem Image Unterstützung von inkrementellen Backups mit CBT(Changed Block Tracking) Unterstützung von Client Direct NetWorker 7.6 SP2 and higher delivers integration with the VMware vStorage API for Data Protection. This is a replacement for the previous VMware Consolidated Backup (VCB) framework. VADP provides the facility to centrally and nondisruptively back up VMware vSphere Server hosts from a central proxy server. During backups, NetWorker asks VMware through the API to create a snapshot of virtual machine data directly from the VMware datastore. The snapshot is then mounted and the data is copied directly to the storage media. The difference between this implementation and the VCB implementation is that VADP does not require dedicated disk cache on the proxy server and requires fewer resources, thereby improving backup speed and allowing more virtual machines to be backed up simultaneously. Now through VADP, similar to what NetWorker had been able to do through VCB, a single backup is able to deliver both a virtual machine image-level recovery as well as file-level recovery. This saves time by eliminating the need to backup two different ways to achieve the desired level of recovery. Plus you can achieve incremental and differential file backups based on full-image backups. With VADP, the backup proxy can be either a physical or virtual server. This affords the flexibility to choose based on your requirements. For incremental backups, NetWorker uses the Changed Block Tracking (CBT) feature of the VMware API for Data Protection to identify and protect changed data. As mentioned earlier, NetWorker 8.0 provides Client Direct capabilities for file systems and applications. Client Direct is supported for the VADP proxy as well as the physical host Mounten DD Boost Neu

26 VMware – automatische Erkennung und Visualisierung
Automatische Erkennung virtueller Maschinen Benachrichtigung über ungeschützte virtuelle Maschinen Visualisierung Visuelle Übersicht über die Umgebung Interaktive Steuerelemente zum Filtern der Anzeige Anzeige der Beziehungen zwischen NetWorker und virtuellen Umgebungen Unterstützung bei Festlegung des Lastausgleichs Konfiguration von Backups virtueller Maschinen aus der visuellen Übersicht – anwenderfreundlicher, über die rechte Maustaste startbarer Assistent Further simplifying the use of NetWorker for VMware environments are auto-discovery and visualization capabilities of virtual environments. NetWorker Management Console has been integrated with the VMware vCenter Server. This allows NetWorker to become aware of any new virtual machines added to the environment. This connection between NetWorker Management Console and your existing vCenter Server console allows you to manage multiple virtual centers in one application. You can also see a graphical map of your virtual topology and the relationships between elements in your virtual environment and NetWorker, including vCenter Servers, ESX server clusters, ESX servers, virtual machines, and VMware Consolidated Backup hosts. Interactive controls allow users to manipulate the map to filter contents. Icons identify if virtual machines are protected at the guest level of VMware Consolidated Backup. You can even configure from the map; simply right-click to launch a configuration wizard.

27 Checkpoint Restart Neustart ab dem Point-of- Failure
Auswählbar nach Saveset Kontrollpunktgranularität auf Basis der Verzeichnis- oder Dateiebene Unterstützung für Dateisysteme, Anwendungen und NDMP Checkpoint Restart allows a NetWorker saveset to be restarted from the point of interruption as opposed having to restart a failed saveset from the beginning. A known good point is defined as a point in the backup data stream where the data was successfully written to tape. That data can be located and accessed by subsequent recovery operations. NetWorker notifies the administrator when a saveset is interrupted. The granularity can be set to either Directory or File: Directory—After each directory is saved, the data is committed to the media and index database. If a directory contains a large number of entries, intermediate checkpoints are created. Support is for file systems, specific applications (Lotus, SAP, Oracle), and NDMP for NetApp.

28 Die Vorteile von Bandmanagement
Native gemeinsame Nutzung von Bibliotheken Dynamic Drive Sharing Plattformübergreifende Laufwerksfreigabe Bedarfsorientierte Device-Nutzung Offenes Bandformat Datenstrom-Multiplexing Unabhängige Indexierung Plattformübergreifendes Format UNIX, Windows und Linux Minimierung der Auswirkungen von Bandbeschädigungen Synthetisch komplett SAN One major advantage of NetWorker is its media-management features. A key media-management feature is open tape format, which is NetWorker’s method of recording data to tape. It is specifically designed to provide several advantages: Data can be multiplexed, or interleaved, for performance. Data can be accepted and written to backup media as it comes in, regardless of the order of its arrival, so the tape drives can keep spinning. This results in faster backup and also reduces wear and tear on tape hardware, which is more susceptible to error if it is continually stopping and starting. Tapes created by NetWorker are self-describing, so if everything else is gone except for the tape, you’ll be able to load it and understand what data there is to be restored. As the image on the slide indicates, open tape format allows you to move tape media between systems and servers on disparate operating systems. With open tape format, a tape that began life on a UNIX-based system can easily be read on a Windows-based system. This is key not just for disaster recovery, but for your entire environment, as you go through a regular system lifecycle and adopt new platforms. Also, with open tape format, NetWorker can skip bad spots on tape and continue data access. When other products on the market encounter any error on tape, they are unable to do anything further with the tape. Imagine if there is a bad spot 100 MB into a backup tape. NetWorker can broker tape devices on a SAN to get the best use and performance out of your hardware investment. So instead of hard-assigning tape drives to a backup server or storage node, you can dynamically allocate any drive on demand. NetWorker for UNIX/Linux Windows

29 Kapazitätslizenzierungsoption
Lizenzquellkapazität in Terabyte gesichert Vorteile Drastische Vereinfachung des Lizenzmanagements und der Verlängerung von Wartungsverträgen Kosteneffiziente Bereitstellung erweiterter Backup-Optionen Reduzierung von Lizenzschlüsseln/Lizenz-Enablern und eine einzige nachzuverfolgende Kennzahl Einfache, unbegrenzte Bereitstellung der meisten Funktionen, Module und Optionen Source capacity means the total aggregate amount of data on clients or devices on which NetWorker is installed or for which NetWorker is used to provide data protection functionality. Data is measured as the largest aggregate full (or synthetic full) backup performed over last 60 days. The NetWorker capacity licensing option is available with NetWorker 7.6 SP1 and higher. With this model, customers are able to license NetWorker using a single metric—source capacity in terabytes. Capacity licensing dramatically simplifies license management and maintenance renewals. With it, you can deploy unlimited quantities of most NetWorker options and modules to protect up to the amount of licensed source capacity. Note to Presenter: Capacity-based licensing is available with NetWorker 7.6 SP1 or higher and can be used with new customers, or with existing customers under maintenance that wish to convert to this pricing model.

30 Branchenführender Support-Service von EMC
Neu „Call Home“-Funktion von NetWorker Branchenführende Kundenzufriedenheit Preisgekrönter technischer Support EMC backs up NetWorker with a level of support that will ensure your success. New in NetWorker 8.0 and above is a “call home” capability, which allows NetWorker to status reports to EMC based on triggers or customer-configurable periodic events. This provides automatic EMC support based on conditions, taking your protection to another level. EMC’s current overall customer satisfaction rating is more than 90 percent, which is significantly higher than the industry average. This statistic is mentioned because it shows that EMC is there to support you—not only during implementation, but at every step along the way. EMC focuses on delivering quality technical support because EMC knows that increased satisfaction builds customer loyalty.

31 Online-Community Kommunikation mit EMC NetWorker-Mitarbeitern
Übermittlung von Feedback Kontakt mit anderen Anwendern Diskussion von Best Practices Aktuelle Produktinformationen Besuchen Sie uns auf: Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for hyperlink to work. Visit the EMC NetWorker Online user community, which is part of the EMC Community Network (ECN). It’s accessible on the EMC.com website under Communities or you can use the direct URL of: Joining this distinct community will provide you, as a NetWorker customer, with the opportunity to… Engage in discussions directly with other customers and NetWorker experts See the latest public content from EMC engineering, product management, product marketing, and other key NetWorker teams Share best practices Communicate directly with NetWorker product management Receive the latest news on upcoming events and solutions for EMC’s leading backup and recovery software—NetWorker. NetWorker is also available on other favorite social media sites. Visit us: ?

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