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SESSION CODE: #SEC307. Orin Thomas @ orinthomas [email protected] PRIVATE CLOUD BACKUP AND RECOVERY. Agenda. Why you still need backup in the datacenter and private cloud. DPM 2010 and Orchestrator 2012 Private Cloud Backup workloads

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private cloud backup and recovery
SESSION CODE: #SEC307

Orin Thomas

@orinthomas

[email protected]

PRIVATE CLOUD BACKUP AND RECOVERY

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agenda
Agenda
  • Why you still need backup in the datacenter and private cloud.
  • DPM 2010 and Orchestrator 2012
  • Private Cloud Backup workloads
  • Automating backup and recovery with DPM and Orchestrator
  • Integration with Service Manager 2012

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modern datacenters and private clouds are
Modern Datacenters and Private Clouds are:
  • Highly resilient
  • Highly automated

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important to remember private cloud workloads are still traditional workloads
Important to remember: Private cloud workloads are *still* traditional workloads

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private clouds do not protect you from
Private Clouds do not protect you from:
  • Data corrupting malware
  • Unforced user errors
  • Misbehaving applications
  • Updates that go awry

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majority of data restore scenarios are not related to hardware failure
Majority of data restore scenarios are not related to hardware failure

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orchestration automation and blue collar white collar it
Orchestration, Automation andBlue Collar / White Collar IT

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Disk-based

Recovery

Online Snapshots (up to 512)

Active Directory®

System State

Up to

Every 15 minutes

Data Protection Manager

Tape-based

Backup

Disaster Recovery

with offsite replication & tape

Data Protection Manager

file services

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Enterprise DPML – “Application Agent” – per protected server

Unified support of Microsoft applications SQL, Exchange, SharePoint, & Virtualization – and files Protect DPM 2 DPM 4 DR – disaster recovery

Bare Metal Recovery

Active Directory

System State

DPM Server

DPM Server

with integrated Disk & Tape

Also available as a DPM OEM Appliance

running on Windows Storage Server

file shares and directories

Standard DPML = “File agent”

per protected Windows Server

No additional “Open File” or add-on modules

Client DPML

“Desktop agent”

XP Pro & Vista & W7

Pricing guidance posted on microsoft.com/DPM

dpm 2010 scalability
DPM 2010 scalability

A single DPM 2010 server can protect: *

  • 100 production servers
  • 3000 Windows clients
  • 2000 SQL Server databases
  • 25 Terabyte SharePoint farms with over 1M objects
  • 40 Terabytes of Exchange storage groups & databases
  • May vary based on size of each datasource, as well as scaling of DPM
  • server memory, disk and I/O architecture
traditional dpm agent deployment
Traditional DPM Agent Deployment
  • Many Ways to Deploy
    • Active Directory
    • SCCM or SCE – Most scalable option
    • Pushed from DPM – Simplest Option, relationship auto-established
    • Sysprep – Great for System Replacements
  • Two binary packages = x86 or x64
    • DPM Pushes the appropriate version
  • Two Step Process
    • Install the Agent
    • Establish a relationship to the DPM Server
system center unified deployment of dpm clients
System Center Unified Deployment of DPM Clients

Data Protection Manager

Data Protection Manager

Data Protection Manager

3. Associates clients to available DPM servers & Protection Groups

4. Association List

CfgMgr Package

2. List of Clients

System Center

Configuration Manager

System Center

Operations Manager

Active Directory®

5. Client associated

with owner DPM server

1. Clients with DPM Agents pre-installed using CfgMgr or as part of image.

why automate disaster recovery
Why automate Disaster Recovery?

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system center orchestrator 2012 process automation simplifies datacenter management
System Center Orchestrator 2012: Process Automation Simplifies Datacenter Management

Optimize and extend existing investments

Deliver flexible and reliable services

Lower costs and improve predictability

Integration

Orchestration

Automation

  • Optimize heterogeneous environments with integration packs
  • Easy–to-extend platform for building custom integrations with the Quick Integration Kit (QIK)
  • Accelerate time to value with flexible process workflows
  • Improve service reliability across multiple tools, systems, and department silos
  • Enable IT resources to focus on work that adds business value
  • Reduce error-prone manual activities while lowering costs
orchestrator dpm integration pack
Orchestrator DPM Integration Pack
  • Create Recovery Point
  • Get Data Source
  • Get DPM Server Capacity
  • Get Recovery Point
  • Protect Data Source
  • Recover SharePoint
  • Recover SQL
  • Recover VM
service manager orchestrator
Service Manager + Orchestrator

Service Manager

Systems Automation for IT Pros

Heterogeneous Support

Extensible

Self Service Request Management

Standardized IT Process Automation

scsm and orchestrator better together
SCSM and Orchestrator: Better Together

Uses NEW Orchestrator 2012 Web Service to synchronize runbook definitions, invoke runbooks with parameters and get runbook results.

Service Manager Connector

for Orchestrator

Uses Service Manager API to allow runbook authors to interact with Service Manager objects. Allows Runbooks interact with, Service Manager Work Items, use Service Manager Templates, interact with attachments, etc.

Orchestrator Integration Pack for

Service Manager

by leveraging the entire system center suite you can perform datacenter migration and failover
By leveraging the entire system center suite, you can perform datacenter migration and failover

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what s coming in dpm 2012
What’s coming in DPM 2012
  • Centralized console. Manager 100 DPM server & 50,000 protected data sources.
  • Can protect apps that have their own VSS writers.
  • Improved media management
  • Certificate based authentication for non-trusted workloads
  • RBAC
  • Optimized SharePoint ILR

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dpm 2012 quick view demo
DPM 2012 Quick View Demo

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Automate the protection of new private cloud / datacenter applications as you automate their deployment

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enrol in microsoft virtual academy today
Enrol in Microsoft Virtual Academy Today

Why Enroll, other than it being free?

The MVA helps improve your IT skill set and advance your career with a free, easy to access training portal that allows you to learn at your own pace, focusing on Microsoft technologies.

  • What Do I get for enrolment?
  • Free training to make you become the Cloud-Hero in my Organization
  • Help mastering your Training Path and get the recognition
  • Connect with other IT Pros and discuss The Cloud

Where do I Enrol?

www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com

Then tell us what you think. [email protected]

resources
Resources
  • www.msteched.com/Australia
    • Sessions On-Demand & Community
  • www.microsoft.com/australia/learning
  • Microsoft Certification & Training Resources
  • http:// technet.microsoft.com/en-au
    • Resources for IT Professionals
  • http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-au
    • Resources for Developers

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© 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.

The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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