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Veritas Storage Foundation 5.

Master Complexity

Infrastructure Software in the Data Center

Databases

Middleware

Applications

Data Protection

Storage Management

Server Management

Application Performance

Backup
Media management Snapshot services Archiving

File system
Volume management Copy services Multi-pathing

Clustering
App. placement Provisioning Configuration mgmt.

Tuning advice
Alerting Root cause analysis SLA reporting

Resource mgmt.

Network

Storage

Servers

Virtual Machines

Data Center Complexity


TOOLS REQUIRED

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Databases

Middleware

Applications

Data Protection
NetWorker Galaxy ArcServe Media Mirror DiskXtender EmailXtender TSM SAM-FS Data Migrator RSS NearStore BrightStor Mobile Backup Data Protector EDM NT Backup OnTap NetVault LiveVault SyncSort Retrospect Ultrabac Tapeware DLM

Storage Management
ECC AppIQ Creekpath HiCommand TPM SAN Copy MirrorView RepliStor TrueCopy DoubleTake PPRC SRDF MPIO Sun SRM DLM ReiserFS LVM SAN Navigator SVM Aperi ASM ShadowImage MDUX InstantImage SVC SnapView LDM Shadow Copy OCFS FlashCopy DFM TimeFinder UFS Ext3 ZFS SANFS JFS PowerPath GPFS

Server Management
ServiceGuard Sun Cluster MSCS HA-CMP TrueCluster IBM TPM / TIO BMC HP OpenView CA Jumpstart Opsware Bladelogic Tivoli Altiris ClusterFrame Polyserve GeoSpan Qlusters SteelEye Kickstart N1 Grid HP UDC ADS, SMS Marimba

Application Performance
AppManager OEM Patrol Foglight DBArtisan DGI Topaz CCMS PAC Optane Silk TheGuard eHealth Vantage PathFinder Introscope JProbe Sitraka MOM Performasure Tivoli Patrol Corefirst Appsight

Network

Storage

Servers

Virtual Machines

Symantec Data Center Foundation

Databases

Middleware

Applications

Symantec Data Center Foundation


Veritas NetBackup Veritas Storage Foundation Veritas Server Foundation Veritas i3APM

Network

Storage

Servers

Virtual Machines

What is Veritas Storage Foundation?


Heterogeneous online storage management Supports multi-vendor hardware infrastructure
Unix, Linux and Windows operating Systems Broad storage array support

Veritas File System & Veritas Volume Manager Centralized storage management I/O path availability and performance Dynamic storage tiering Seamless data migration Local and remote data protection

What is Storage Foundation? SAP/Oracle Solaris /FS 1 VOL 1 VOL 2

LUN 1 LUN 2

LUN 3 LUN 4

LUN 5 LUN 6
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Biggest Challenges in Storage Management

What is running in my data center? Visibility What storage resources is each application consuming? How do I track utilization & align with the business?

How can I automate mundane tasks? Control How do I reduce risk in my environment? How do I ensure data availability?

How do I take advantage of tiered storage? Mobility How do I dynamically migrate information? How do I dynamically perform migrations?

Storage Foundation: Manage Storage

STORAGE MANAGEMENT Capacity management App to spindle visibility SRM Active management

STORAGE AVAILABILITY Storage Foundation Basic Dynamic Multi-Pathing Dynamic Storage Tiering 5.0 Synchronous release

CENTRALIZED HOST ADMINISTRATION Centralized management Multi-host support Automate operations

CommandCentral Storage

Storage Foundation Enterprise

Storage Foundation Management Server


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Veritas Storage Foundation Management Server


Communication is challenging with todays tools Business Managers:
How is my application? What are my risks?
Centralized Service Level Definition Service Delivery Workflow Service Cost Analysis Service Reporting

Datacenter Managers:
Where is the application? Who is going to call?

Storage Foundation Management Server


Centralized VM/FS/DBED/VVR Management and Reporting Driving operational efficiency

GAP

Storage Managers:
What application need storage? Who depends on this array port?

Centralized Centralized Storage Ops. Policy-Based Management Capacity Mgmt. Storage t o HBA Provisioning
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Storage Foundation Management Server


Visibility
Single-pane-of-glass management

Identify application SF faults


Comprehensive resource detail

Control
250+ guided SF operation

Reduces SF TCO
Drive operational efficiency

Mobility
Simple, repeatable SF processes Disk Group Migration Volume Migration

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Centralized Management
Process 400 million quote transactions per day
Protect of critical trading systems Lowered data center complexity through standardization Improved operational efficiencies
Veritas Storage Foundation Management Server gives us unprecedented visibility and control of our storage and application resources to support this huge volume of information, while helping drastically reduce data center operational costs.
Curt Schumacher, CTO

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Storage Foundation for Windows


Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows

High

Online growth of all volume types Dynamic storage reclamation Proactive storage problem detection Fault-tolerant recovery Host level storage visibility Heterogeneous storage (multi-vendor)

Veritas Storage Foundation HA for Windows


Un-Compromised HA/DR and Storage Management

Storage Requirements

Dynamic Multi-pathing

Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows, and VCS Eliminate SPOF (Quorum) Cluster across sub-nets, globally Hardware agnostic clustering and replication (HA/DR) Firedrill to test DR

Microsoft LDM/MSCS Online growth simple / spanned volumes only 1 disk group, basic COW recovery Cluster within sub-net

32 nodes
Available on Standard Server

Low Low

Availability Requirements

High
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Storage Foundation Cluster File System

CFS CVM

HIGH PERFORMANCE

LEVERAGED INFRASTRUCTURE Oracle RAC Modular file serving Centralized management Existing storage infrastructure Application integration
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Faster than NFS Enterprise linear scalability Faster cluster failover Low cost

Storage Foundation: Volume Mirroring

Primary Site

DEFINITION synchronous data replication over a SAN

Secondary Site

Storage Foundation

BENEFITS Cost Savings

SAN Fabric

Mirror data natively over Fibre Channel Mirror data between any storage array

Protection
Eliminate data loss

Manageability
Utilize the same technology for storage management and DR
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Veritas Volume Replicator (VVR)


DEFINITION
Primary Site

Storage Foundation Volume Replicator

Volume replication operates at the host level and extends Storage Foundation to transfer writes asynchronously across an IP network (WAN) IP Network
RLink RLink

Secondary Site

Storage Foundation Volume Replicator

BENEFITS No risk to overall application performance, regardless of write spikes or rogue apps VVR always monitors the link and automatically resyncs after link is restored Guarantees data consistency at all times
SRL RVG

Space-optimized Snapshot for DR testing No distance limitations Minimal Host Impact = Storage Foundation + ~2%

SRL RVG

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Bunker Replication: RPO of Zero over any Distance

Primary Site

Bunker Site

Traditional approach 5X storage requirement Storage hardware lock in Cascaded (more dependencies) Heavy-weight bandwidth reqs

Secondary Site

Veritas Bunker Replication approach Reduces storage requirements Reduced bandwidth requirements Zero RPO over any distance Little or no application impact

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Storage Tiering

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Veritas Storage Foundation: Complete Storage Tiering


STATIC TIERING DYNAMIC TIERING /FileSystem COPY SERVICES

Tier 2

Tier 1 Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 2

Application tier One time mapping Static

Information tier Real time mapping Policy driven Unobtrusive Dynamic

Copies tier Any-to-any storage Local copies Remote DR copies

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Local Copy Services

FlashSnap
Heterogeneous between hosts Point-In-Time Copies Storage Checkpoints Disk Group Split & Join Partial Copy Snapshots Fast Mirror Resync FlashSnap Agent for Symmetrix

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Tiered Storage and Data Migration


Implemented tiered storage Migrated applications from Unix-based to Linux-based servers

50% improvement in server utilization


The heterogeneous capabilities that Veritas provides, including 4x increase in performance support for Linux, are unparalleled in the 90% lower TCO via lower hardware, Veritas will play a software licensing and maintenance costs industry. pivotal role as we complete our full migration to Linux
Kevin Gungiah, Director, Systems Administration

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Storage Foundation for Databases

PERFORMANCE

FLEXIBILITY & MANAGEMENT Storage Mapping Database DST SFMS


file_A file_B

PROTECTION & AVAILABILITY Storage Checkpoints Database FlashSnap SF RAC NetBackup Integration

QIO & Cached QIO Concurrent I/O Extensions for ODM

/VxFS
10:00 10:45

Rollback file_A file_B Off-Host Backup

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Dynamic Multi-pathing

Dynamic Multi-pathing
Fast failover Intelligent I/O algorithms

I/O path optimization


Automatic discovery Dynamic monitoring Comprehensive platform support

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Data Migration

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Heterogeneous Data Migrations


Portable Data Containers
No tape or network migrations

Migrate applications in seconds, not days


Never move the data Unix, Linux, and processor agnostic

Management Server integration

Storage Array Migrations


Centrally manage array migrations Heterogeneous Application dynamic Management Server integration
IBM EMC
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Data Migration with Portable Data Containers

Portable Data Containers to migrate from UNIX servers to Linux (IBM xSeries) Standardization on Veritas Storage Foundation & NetBackup $1.28 million in savings from 2005-07

100% improvement in success ratio for new application deploymentslabor savings of $300K over three years
35% lower server TCO

60% improvement in system performance

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Storage Foundation 5.0 Summary


Increased storage utilization
Maximize storage capacity across heterogeneous OS and storage HW Efficiently spread I/O across multiple paths for maximum performance, path failure protection, and fast failover Dynamically move files to different tiers of storage to rapidly respond to changing business needs Manage multiple hosts from a central interface to improve operational efficiencies across a heterogeneous infrastructure Free data from technology changes with simple server migrations across different OS Protect data across any environment with point-in-time copies Reduce capital expenditures with broad support for heterogeneous operating systems and storage hardware

I/O path availability and performance

Dynamic Storage Tiering


Centralized storage management

Seamless data migration


Data protection Multi-vendor hardware infrastructure

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Thank You!

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