Symantec De-Duplication Solutions

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Symantec De
-
Duplication Solutions

Complete Protection for your Information Driven Enterprise




Richard Hobkirk

Sr. Pre
-
Sales Consultant

Symantec’s Prescription For Better Data Protection

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Deduplicate
Everywhere To
Rationalize
Infrastructure

Archive for Long
Term Storage &
Improve Backup
Performance

Centralize
Management To
Reduce
Complexity

Deduplication, Store Data More Efficient

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Places to deduplicate:


Source


Target


At the media server


With appliances


Benefits include:


Backup Less data = faster


Dramatically reduced storage costs
and backup load




Deduplication Eliminates Redundant Data



Target Deduplication


Can be a non
-
disruptive way to add dedupe
to your environment


Expensive dedicated appliances ingest data
at the end of the backup process


Doesn’t do anything to help your backup
infrastructure scale


Target
-
Side vs Source
-
Side Deduplication

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Application Servers

Backup Infrastructure

Target
Deduplication

Appliance


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

Backup Disk Pool

Built
-
In with
NetBackup

7 & Backup
Exec 2010

Client
Servers


Deduplicate

Everywhere, Closer to the Source

Built
-
In

with
NetBackup

7 & BE 2010

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Built
-
In

Dedupe

at the client

1

Media

Server



Built
-
In

Dedupe

at the media
server

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Backup

Appliance


Integrate with
deduplication
appliances

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Start at the Source
-

Faster backups for 50
-
70% of customer data




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Not all Data is Equal


Dedupe for CPU sensitive applications




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Turbo
-
Charge Appliances


More control & performance



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Client/Source

Media server/Target

Dedupe

appliance

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


Ideal for:


Remote offices


Protecting virtual machines


File/folder & Database backups with
low change rate



=
Deduplication

engine

Client Deduplication Leads to Higher Backup Throughput

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282

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100
150
200
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Client Deduplication vs. Media Server Deduplication

Backup Speed (MB/s) vs. Number of Clients (1
-
12)


1 client 2 clients
4

clients 8 clients 12 clients 1 client 2 clients 4 clients 8 clients 12 clients

Media Server Deduplication

Client Deduplication

1 client 2 clients
4

clients 8 clients 12 clients 1 client 2 clients 4 clients 8 clients 12 clients

Media Server Deduplication

Client Deduplication

1 client 2 clients
4

clients 8 clients 12 clients 1 client 2 clients 4 clients 8 clients 12 clients

Media Server Deduplication

Client Deduplication

1 client 2 clients
4

clients 8 clients 12 clients 1 client 2 clients 4 clients 8 clients 12 clients

Media Server Deduplication

Client Deduplication

80 %
D
eduplication

1
Gb
/s Network

1
S
tream / Client

3 x faster backups

with only 12 clients!

282MB/s

94MB/s

MB/s

Client Deduplication vs. Standard Backup to Disk

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9

Media Server
Deduplication Pool

FULL Backup

without deduplication


1 Client

1
Gb
/s network

Example with 50
clients

2 Clients

4

5

10

15

20

25

30

40

50

50 MB/s

100 MB/s

110 MB/s

FULL Backups with

95% deduplication


192 MB/s

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Standard Clients with
maximum read speed of
50MB/s

1Gb/s is saturated

with 2
-
3 clients

Up till 10x faster backups *

Higher # of clients, deliver
higher aggregated backup
throughput

235 MB/s

424 MB/s

580 MB/s

710 MB/s

820 MB/s

915 MB/s

1070 MB/s

1190 MB/s











Client/Source

Media server/Target

Dedupe

appliance

Media Server Deduplication


Data is
deduplicated

inline

at the
media server
before
being stored
on disk


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

Deduplication platform

Deduplication Architecture


Deduplication storage embedded into
the
NetBackup

Media Server


Deduplication plug
-
in embedded in
standard NBU client


Data moves directly between client and
Deduplication Store (Media Server
Deduplication Pool)


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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NetBackup

Client

NetBackup Master

PureDisk

Pool

NetBackup Media server

Media Server
Dedupe Pool

Local Disk
(SAN/DAS)

Meta Data

Communication

Deduplication

Plug
-
in

32TB

100TB

Increase Performance with Media Server Load
Balancing


Media Server Deduplication Pool
-

MSDP

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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




A simple check in the
box to
enable deduplication




Global deduplication
is
maintained within each
deduplication
pool




Support for
PureDisk

Deduplication Pool

Media Server
Deduplication
Pool

NetBackup

Clients

NetBackup

Media
Server

Deduplication process

Deduped

stream

Standard stream

PureDisk

Deduplication
Pool

Media Server Deduplication Performance Example


Performance depends on a lot of
factors


network, deduplication rate, disk
write speed, CPU power …


Example for 10Gb/s network and
multiple backup jobs


16 jobs deliver a total of
900MB/s


or 3TB/hour


Add more media servers

to achieve higher throughput

while maintaining global
dedupe
!






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100
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1
2
4
8
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Backup Throughput in MB/s

Total # of concurrent
backup jobs/streams

Aggregated Backup Speed (MB/s) for 1 Media Server
Deduplication
Pool with 90% deduplication*

Aggregated
Backup Speed
(MB/s)
~ 900 MB/s

* Media Server has 10GB/s NIC card and deduplication rates are
90 % (conservative for full backups)











Client/Source

Media server/Target

Dedupe

appliance

Integration with
Deduplication

Appliances


Data is
deduplicated

at the
appliance, yet centrally managed
by
NetBackup

via
OpenStorage

API


Benefits include:


It allows
NetBackup

to see the disk, as
disk, giving
NetBackup

visibility and
control of advanced features


Centralized policy management and
replication control


Improved performance


Supported appliances include:


=
Deduplication

engine

Backup

Appliance


Media

Server


Client
Servers


Primary
Storage


Deduplicate Everywhere, Closer to the Source

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Archive data off
primary storage &
dedupe data

Deduplicate

at the client

Deduplicate


at the media
server

Integrate with
appliances via
OpenStorage

RESULTS

Faster backup & recovery

Reduced bandwidth

Less storage requirements

Optimized search/discovery


New in
NetBackup

7 & BE 2010

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Better DR with Global Data Protection


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

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SAN/

DAS

Site 2

Site 1

OST

OST

Copy 1: 14 days

Copy 2: 21 days

Copy 1: 14 days

Copy 2: 21 days

Copy 3: 60 days

Optimized Duplication

Optimized Duplication

OST=OpenStorage Appliance (e.g., Data Domain)



One Policy
for Backup &
DR Copies

Thank you!

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