The Digital Explosion. Preserve, Optimize and Discover. September 03, 2009. David McCarty Solutions Consultant. Key Dynamics. What are your key dynamics that are causing the growth in your Networked Storage?. Business Expansion.
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Preserve, Optimize and Discover
September 03, 2009
David McCartySolutions Consultant
What are your key dynamics that are causing the growth in your Networked Storage?
Unstructured content growing faster than traditionalinformation or structured content
11,000 petabytes by 2010!
Digital archive capacity increasing 10X from 2005-2010
From 2,786 petabytes in 2005 to 27,206 PB in 2010
Transition to disk-based archival storage is underway
While 85% of digital archive capacity on tape media today
66% of archiving “early adopters” currently use nearline disk
Digital archiving is a cross-functional task
No one individual or group “owns” the digital archiving process
ESG: Digital Archiving: Market Trends and Forecast 2006-2010
Disk-based digital archive capacity is growing
from 377 PB (2005) to 11,000 PB (2010) a CAGR of 96%!
Many 2008 priorities are still hot and 2010 impacts will come from many different directions
Shrinking IT budgets?
Shrinking IT staff?
Driving More Productivity?
Adding Band-Aids at the Lowest Possible Cost?
Does Strategic Thinking get Sacrificed?
Apply automated, intelligent policies and practices for data management, retention and disposal regardless of the application onto a unified storage pool
How to provide compliance infrastructure
Support legal discovery
Enable corporate governance
Enable retention policies
Insure ready access
Inability to access archived information
Legacy application infrastructure
New applications introduce more risk
Growth in complexity
Growth in cost and risk to the business
Retention timeframes by industry
2 years after commercial release
3 years after distribution
5 years after manufacturing of product
Records in original form
Medical records <18
Full life patient care
5 year minimum for all records
From birth to 21 years
Length of patient’s life + 2 years
Financial services 17a-4
Trading account records
End-of-life of enterprise
End of account + 6 years
30 years from end of audit
Sarbanes - Oxley
Original correspondence 4 years after financial audit
1 2 3 4 5
Traditional archiving technologies cannot retrieve relevant content in a timely manner
How long would it take to retrieve 10,000 or 100, 000 items?
Traditional storage technologies do not have the functionality required for archiving and discovery
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
Rule 26f: Within 100 days of a suit being filed parties must meet and disclose any issues relating to disclosure or discovery of ESI
‘Duty to preserve’ when a suit is filed or when it can be ‘reasonably anticipated’
RAID ArrayArchive Operational Challenges:Breaking Up Legacy Silos
Keeping Archive Costs in Check
Backup(It is not the same as archiving)
NAS / SANArchive – Use CasesA Unified Approach to Active Archive Storage
HTTPS / WebDav
Reduced Exchange Server
& RetrieveUse Case: File System Archiving to the Archive Platform
Growth of ECM environment
Static content management
Backup and recovery becomes a challenge.
Direct to Archive
Information Retention Manager
XML DAS w/ ILM
Enhanced WebDAV Interface
E-mail Capture & Archiving
E-mail Archiving ISV
Guarantee data authenticity
Maintain data integrity for chain of custody
Advanced feature sets for medium and large businesses
Open standards interfaces for easy interoperability with more than 100 File Services integrated software vendors
Optimize performance, availability and scalability to grow along with the archiving needs of the company.
Enables easy discovery of content AND associated meta data
Integrated Data Discovery Suite for search and index across NAS platforms
Archive from higher tiers to simplify management and reduce TCOArchive Platform Summary
100% of data is
Backup and Restore Processes
Tape Backup system
and restoresHCAP Archiving Streamlines Backup
On average 70% of file system data is over 6 months old!
70% of data is
30% of data is
Improved Backup and Restore Processes
Tape Backup system
Source: Survey of Hitachi Content Archive Platform users March 2009
Ease of management and enhances TCO and associated soft costs
IT budgets are being stretched – Enterprises are forced to do more with less
An Archive Platform provides a rapid payback for customers
File system archiving-
Enables customers to proactively tier data from primary to archive storage
Value to customer