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vCenter
Site Recovery Manager 5

Name

Title

Q3 2011

SRM
-
SLS
-
1.7



2

Confidential

Introduction



VMware for Business Continuity



3

43% of companies experiencing disasters never
re
-
open,
and
29% close within two
years.


(
McGladrey

and Pullen)

93% of business that lost their data center for

10 days went
bankrupt within one
year.

(National Archives & Records Administration)

Top executives say 10 hours to recovery;

IT managers say up to 30
hours.

(
Harris
Interactive
)

Disasters Happen. Do You Need Protection?

4

Business
-
Critical Applications Require Business Continuity

Availability
Expectations
on
vSphere

Continue
to I
ncrease

RTO’s
decreasing from >24 hours to <12 hours

38%

43%

53%

25%

25%

18%

% of
Application Instances
R
unning
on VMware in C
ustomer
B
ase

MS

Exchange

MS
SQL

MS
SharePoint

Oracle

Middleware

Oracle

DB

SAP

Source: VMware customer survey,

Jan 2010 and April 2011 interim results,

Data
:

Total number of instances of that workload deployed in your organization and the percentage of those instances that are virtu
al
ized

2010

2011

42%

47%

67%

34%

28%

28%

5

Tradeoffs Of Traditional Business Continuity Solutions

Middleware /
Java

Oracle RAC

Oracle
DataGuard

DB Mirroring

MS
Clustering

DB Access
Groups

CCR / SCR

App Server
Cluster

Session State
Replication

Backup

Data replication

Application
-
level availability silos
:

C
omplex and expensive

Data protection services
:

Longer RTOs and RPOs


6

VMware Improves Business Continuity At All Levels

Local Availability


vSphere

High Availability


vSphere

Fault Tolerance


vMotion

and Storage
vMotion


Data Protection


vSphere

Data Recovery


Storage APIs for Data Protection

Local Site

Failover Site

Disaster Recovery


vCenter

Site Recovery Manager


Includes
vSphere

Replication

New

in 2011

Improved

in 2011

Improved

in 2011

vSphere

vSphere

vSphere

vSphere

vSphere

Improved

in 2011

7

Confidential

Simple and Reliable DR with
vSphere

and SRM



8

Challenges of Traditional Disaster Recovery

Expensive

Complex

Recovery
Plans

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

Unreliable

Failovers

Apps

Hosts

Storage

Network

Software

Hosts

Storage

Facilities

>$10K per app


Failure to meet business requirements


Long RTOs


days to weeks


Too much time and resources consumed

9

vSphere Provides The Best Foundation For Disaster Recovery










Flexible Infrastructure


Eliminate need for identical hardware across
sites


Enable
waterfalling

of equipment to recovery site

Simple Application Protection


Entire system


including application, OS,

and
data


is stored as virtual machine files


Entire system can be protected with data
protection tools

Cost
-
Efficient
Infrastructure


Reduced hardware requirements at recovery site


Use recovery hardware to run low
-
priority apps

Encapsulation

Consolidation

Hardware

Independence

vSphere

vSphere

vSphere

10

vCenter Site Recovery Manager Ensures Simple, Reliable DR

Provide cost
-
efficient replication


Built
-
in
vSphere

Replication


Broad support for storage
-
based replication


Simplify management of recovery and
migration plans


Replace manual
runbooks

with centralized
recovery plans


From weeks to minutes to set up new plan


Automate failover and migration
processes


Enable frequent non
-
disruptive testing


Ensure automated failover and migration


Automate failback processes

Site Recovery Manager Complements vSphere to provide the simplest

and
most reliable disaster protection and site migration for all applications

VMware vSphere

VMware

vCenter Server

Site Recovery

Manager

VMware

vCenter Server

Site Recovery

Manager

VMware vSphere

Site A (Primary)

Site B (Recovery)

Servers

Servers

11

SRM Momentum


Introduced in Q2’ 2008


> 5,000 customers


50% annual growth in 2010

“If
your organization is already taking advantage of virtualization,

then
adding Site Recovery Manager to handle disaster recovery

is
a no
-
brainer.”

― Jerry Wilkin


Senior Systems Administrator, Dayton Superior Corp

12







What’s New In Site Recovery Manager 5.0?



Automated failback




Planned migration

Expand DR coverage to Tier 2
apps and smaller sites

Streamline planned migrations

(for disaster avoidance,
planned maintenance, …)


vSphere

Replication


Others


More granular control
over VM startup order


Protection
-
side APIs


IPv6 support



13

SRM 5 Editions Lineup

SRM 5

Standard

Enterprise

Price per protected virtual machine


(license only)

$195

$495

Scalability Limits


Maximum protected VMs

75 virtual machines
(1)

Unlimited
(2)


Features


Support for storage
-
based replication


Centralized recovery plans


Non
-
disruptive testing


Automated DR failover


vSphere

Replication


Automated failback


Planned migration

New in SRM 5.0

1.
Maximum of 75 VMs per site and per SRM instance

2.
Subject to the product’s technical scalability limits

14

Key Components Of SRM 5

vCenter

Server

Site
Recovery
Manager

Protected Site

Recovery Site

Storage

vCenter

Server

Site
Recovery
Manager

vSphere

vSphere

Storage

Replication
O
ptions

vSphere

Replication


Bundled with SRM


Storage
-
Based Replication (3
rd

party
)

Site Recovery
Manager 5


1 per site

vCenter

Server 5


1 per site


Standard or Foundation

vSphere

3.5, 4.x or 5


Standard, Enterprise or Enterprise Plus

15

SRM Provides Broad Application Coverage

Continuous

Hours

Days

App
-
level geo
-
clustering / load balancing

RTO


RTO: 30 minutes to hours

RPO: Flexible based on storage
replication

RPO

Synchronous

Hours

Days

Site Recovery Manager

Tier 1
Apps

Tier 2
Apps

Tier 3
Apps

16

Confidential

Cost
-
Efficient Replication To Expand
DR Coverage



17

SRM Provides Broad Choice of Replication Options

vSphere

Replication


Simple
, cost
-
efficient replication for Tier 2 applications and smaller sites


Storage
-
based R
eplication

High
-
performance
replication for business
-
critical applications in larger sites

vCenter

Server

Site
Recovery
Manager

vSphere

vCenter

Server

Site
Recovery
Manager

vSphere

vSphere

Replication

Storage
-
based
replication

Site A (Primary)

Site B (Recovery)

18

vSphere

Replication Complements Storage
-
Based Replication

Replication

Provider

Cost

Management

Performance

vSphere

Replication

VMware




Low
-
end storage
supported


No additional
replication
software




VM’ granularity


Managed directly

in
vCenter




1R min omls


Scales to 500 VMs


File
-
level
consistency


No automated
failback, FT, linked
clones, physical
RDM

Storage
-
based

Replication




Higher
-
end
replicating
storage


Additional
replication
software




LUN


VM layout


ptorage team
coordination




Synchronous
replication


eigh data volumes


Application
consistency
possible

19

Storage
Replication

Expand
DR Protection To Tier 2 Apps And Small Sites

Tier 1
Apps

Tier 2 / 3
Apps

Corporate Datacenter

Small
Sites

Small Business

Remote Office / Branch Office

vSphere

Replication

vSphere

Replication

vSphere

$1,000

$2,000

$2,000/VM

Tier 1 S
torage
Failover
S
ite

Replication SW

SRM

Enterprise

$600/VM

Tier 2
Storage
F
ailover
S
ite

SRM Standard

Storage,
Replication
, and SRM
Costs
per
Protected
VM

Storage
Replication

Large site

vSphere Replication

Small site

20

Simplify Replication Management With
vSphere

Replication

Overview

Benefits

vSphere

Replication provides simple management
of replication


Managed directly from
vCenter


Managed at the individual VM
-
level


Eliminate complex interactions between
vSphere

and storage teams to set up
replication


Eliminate need to shuffle VMs between
datastores

to map applications to replicated
LUNs

Hub

LUN 1

LUN 2

VMFS
A

Datastore Group

Web

SharePoint

SQL

App

vSphere

Replication

Web

SharePoint

SQL

App

vSphere
Admin

Storage Admin

vSphere
Admin

Storage
-
based R
eplication

Datastore

VMFS B

Datastore

21

Confidential

Planned Migrations



22

Planned Migrations For App Consistency & No Data Loss

Overview

Benefits

Two workflows can be applied to recovery plans:


DR failover


Planned migration


Planned migration ensures application
consistency and no data
-
loss during migration


Graceful shutdown of production VMs in
application consistent state


Data sync to complete replication of VMs


Recover fully replicated VMs

Better support for planned migrations


No loss of data during migration process


Recover ‘application
-
consistent’ VMs at
recovery
site

Planned Migration

Site B

Site A

Replication

1

Shut down
production VMs

2



Sync data, stop replication
and present LUNs to
vSphere

3

Recover app
-
consistent VMs

vSphere

vSphere

23

Simplify failback process


Automate replication management


Eliminate need to set up new recovery plan

Streamline frequent bi
-
directional
migarations



Automated Failback To Streamline Bi
-
Directional Migrations

Re
-
protect VMs from Site B to Site A


Reverse replication


Apply reverse resource
mapping

Automate failover from Site B to Site A


Reverse original recovery
plan

Restrictions


Does not apply if Site A has undergone major
changes / been rebuilt


Not available with
vSphere

Replication



Overview

Benefits

Automated Failback

Site B

Site A

Reverse
Replication

Reverse original recovery plan

vSphere

vSphere

24

Where Can I Learn More?


vCenter

Site Recovery Manager


Product Page


www.vmware.com/products/srm


Overview, datasheet, webinars, docs, community links


Free 60
-
day Evaluation


all you need to get started!


Business Continuity


Solutions from VMware


www.vmware.com/solutions/continuity


External Resources


Administering VMware Site Recovery Manager book by Mike
Laverick



http://www.lulu.com/content/4343147



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