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  1. Welcome toEnterpriseBACKUP ISEXuiS Contact: Paul Jones Malcolm Dunnpjones@i-s-e.commdunn@xuis.com Sales: John Goetz Tim Farrow jgoetz@i-s-e.comtfarrow@xuis.com Request a FREE demo today! www.xuis.com+44 (0)1372 728881 +44 (0)1372 722245 www.i-s-e.com (310) 643-7310 Fax:(310) 643-7549

  2. Presentation Agenda • Corporate Level Backup and Media Management Needs • Motivation for Enterprise wide Backup • Interfaces • Examples of Product Usage • Expanding EnterpriseBACKUP • Getting Help

  3. Corporate Level Backup and Media Management Needs • Available across heterogeneous platformsOpenVMS, Unix, NT/2000/XP, Linux • Scalable • Standalone, cluster, and/or LAN/WAN installations (DECnet - TCP/IP) • Simple usage with complex functionality • Intuitive command set • Full function feature set (backup, tape librarian, restore, archive)

  4. Corporate Level Backup and Media Management Needs • ISE/XuiS Commitment to • Product maintenance, enhancement, and platform expansion Relationships with customer top priority • Sound Recovery Procedures • Disaster recovery procedures (Tech support and license availability) • Backups are orchestrated at high level allowing flexibility to add new modes • Restorations can be performed with or without ISE software

  5. Strong US / Europeanrepresentation

  6. Some ISE & XuiS customers...

  7. Necessity for Enterprise Wide Backups • Full control of backup jobs • Ability to control backup modes • Ability to configure devices • Ability to display backup journal contents • Ability to invoke command scripts • Built in Report Writer • Online Help for all 3 client modes • Documentation available in multiple formats • Ability to add in backup job scheduling (EnterpriseSCHEDULE)

  8. EnterpriseBACKUP Software Available clients • DCL – Command line interface • GUI – Motif Graphical User Interface • MCL - Character cell menu interface

  9. Client/Server Design

  10. GUI - Motif Graphical User Interface

  11. MCL – Character Cell Menu Interface

  12. EnterpriseBACKUP Software Modules/Packages • Media – Tape library • Bckmgr – (Backup Manager) Backup job definitions • Vault – File restoration / saveset management module • Medias – Media configuration server • MCL – Character cell menu interface (expandable) • Report Writer – Built in Report Writer • Agent – Remote backup control facility • Archive Lite – Add on archiving ability • EnterpriseSCHEDULE – Complete job scheduling tool • LANutil – Add on WNT share accessibility function • DeviceShare – Add on device sharing function

  13. Centralized Backup using EnterpriseBACKUP

  14. Media Configuration • Configure devices and database locations • Create media types for logical resource management • Associate media types with devices • Associate media types with OpenVMS queues

  15. Configuration Examples $ medias <CR> ! Begins prompt mode $ medias show * $ medias help $ medias set/para 4mm = “Tape,AXPSVR$MKA500:,UNLOAD” As a note: = places values in the node specific media.var == places values in the cluster specific media2.var

  16. Media – Tape Library • Assigns media to users • Tracks media • Displays which files are on which medium (journal contents) • Releases no longer used media back to system • Adds tape/disk to catalog for temporary use • Performs functions as batch jobs

  17. Media Management of off-line media • Tracks and labels media • Organizes into logical usage pools • Performs read and error checking • Allows manual updating to media and the file information • Tracks file expiration date • Allocates media and devices

  18. Media Three types of commands Command Type 1 - Database Commands Commands that interact with the Media Database Database Command Examples: directory, rename_to, set $ media <tape_label> command /qualifiers $ media a00101 dir/full $ media a0099 add /type=4mm $ media c0799>* ! Lists the files on medium (journal list) $ media d00459 /screen $ media z0107 set /qualifier

  19. MediaThree types of commands Command Type 2 – Job Commands Commands involving Media Jobs and their execution $ media <tape_label> command /qualifiers $ media <tape_label> submit_update /qualifiers

  20. MediaThree types of commands Command Type 3 – Device Commands Commands involving the Hardware devices used with Media $ media <tape_label> command /qualifiers $ media /init/foreign/stat=mod/label=ansi – /update=none/mail NEXTMEDIA * ! NEXTMEDIA is a logical tape name

  21. Motif – Contents of Media display

  22. DCL – Contents of Media display

  23. MCL – Contents of Media display

  24. BCKMGR (Backup Manager) Backup Job Definition • Manages your backup jobs Note: BCKMGR can submit virtually any type of job • Two types of jobs • Media jobs – uses off-line tape(s) or disk(s) to: load/unload data and perform functions related to MEDIA library • General Jobs – executes entirely on the on-line disk

  25. BCKMGR (Backup Manager) Backup Job Definition • Coordinates type of backup (orchestrates) • Over 25 backup modes • Easy to customize and create site specific backup modes • Easy to augment backup with scripts • Coordinates assigning/de-assigning of media to backup jobs • Automatically at run-time • Manually modifiable

  26. BCKMGR (Backup Manager) Backup Job Definition • Manages backup lists as • disk list (OpenVMS) • path list (Unix) • share list (NT/2000/XP) • Manages backup job(s) qualifier list(s) • Manages backup job(s) media list(s)

  27. BCKMGR (Backup Manager) Example commands • bckmgr dir * ! Displays all of your backup jobs • bckmgr dir /full <job> ! Displays qualifiers and disk list • bckmgr typ/media <job> ! Displays media list holding data • bckmgr mod <job> /qualifier ! Modifies job • bckmgr assign <job> <tape> ! Assigns tape to job • bckmgr submit <job> ! Submits a backup job • bckmgr mark_used <job> <tp1> <tp2> /master /on=<date> ! Marks tapes as used

  28. BCKMGR (Backup Manager) Example restore procedure • bckmgr dir * ! Determine backup jobs • bckmgr dir/full <job> ! Determine disks being backed-up • bckmgr type/media <job> ! List of media used • media <tape> > <file> [/date] • backup/log … • @media_library:bckmgr_restore_via_search • Vault

  29. MOTIF BCKMGR Backup Job General Information Display

  30. DCL BCKMGR Backup Job General Information Display

  31. MCL BCKMGR Backup Job General Information Display

  32. Vault – File restoration / saveset management module • Vault lets you restore any file you own from off-line storage with a single command • Quick reference directory of off-line files • Simple as three logical steps • directory • select • restore

  33. Vault – Example commands • vault/directory sys$login: ! List all backup iterations • vault/directory sys$login:login.com /before=<date> • vault/restore sys$login:login.com /before=<date>/confirm

  34. MOTIF Vault General Information display

  35. DCL Vault General Information display

  36. MCL Vault General Information display

  37. Report Writer • Standard report set that is expandable and modifiable • Easy to learn report language with controls for selecting, sorting, formatting, and printing of data • Ability to create shared and/or private reports

  38. Report Writer

  39. Agent • Remote System Interface • Allows OpenVMS EnterpriseBackup system to invoke and issue backup commands on remote Unix and WNT systems • Allows user interaction on the remote system • Allows use of native WNT and Unix backup procedures

  40. Archive Lite • Add on to EnterpriseBackup • Ability to manage extended/long term media backups • Typical functional needs : • one time backup of data • removed data from machine • long time storage of data offline • data reference/catalog of contents

  41. ISE EnterpriseSCHEDULE • Full function Enterprise Wide Job Scheduling for OpenVMS, Windows NT/2000/XP, Tru64 UNIX and Linux • BCKMGR based automated job schedule creation • Ability to perform hands off 7x24 running of backup jobs • Market leader in job scheduling • Scheduling types – Interval, Named day, Calendar based • Dependencies – Initiates and Prerequisites • Notification Options – E-mail, Broadcast, Pager, etc.

  42. EnterpriseSCHEDULE integrates with EnterpriseBACKUP

  43. LANutil • Allows Windows 95, Windows 98, NT, and Windows 2000 shares to be accessed as VMS logical devices • All Network accessible PC’s can be managed by EnterpriseBackup • PC Inventory / Asset Management software included

  44. DeviceShare • Remotely serve devices across OpenVMS • Remotely serve disks across networks DECNET or TCP/IP • Remotely serve tape drives, robotics, stackers, etc. acrossnetworks DECNET or TCP/IP

  45. Online Help

  46. Available Documentation • Adobe PDF • VMS Help File • Book Reader • HTML • PostScript • Plain Text

  47. Additional Tools • Offsite storage utility • EnterpriseSCHEDULE Job creation tool • Bckmgr Restore via search • prompts for all the file restore information • searches the database for proper restore data • builds and submits a batch job • batch job prompts operator for correct tapes • restores file(s) • The ISE Document Getting Started with MEDIAis a good getting started tutorial

  48. Thanks for listening ISEXuiS Contact: Paul Jones Malcolm Dunnpjones@i-s-e.commdunn@xuis.com Sales: John Goetz Tim Farrow jgoetz@i-s-e.comtfarrow@xuis.com Request a FREE demo today! www.xuis.com+44 (0)1372 728881 +44 (0)1372 722245 www.i-s-e.com (310) 643-7310 Fax:(310) 643-7549