Cloud-based Diaster Recovery

Cloud-based Diaster Recovery

The characteristics of cloud computing make Disaster Recovery to the cloud an ideal use case. In this session, Jeffrey will share his experiences with designing and implementing a Cloud-based Disaster Recovery solution. He will explain in detail what considerations should be taken into account and what a typical approach for a DR to the cloud implementation could or should look like.

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Jeffrey Kusters

October 05, 2016
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    ITQ Consultancy Dutch independent VMware Knowledge Partner 30 Specialists/Experts •

    Knowledge is key • Driven by innovation • Autonomous Core business: Professionalizing IT Focus: End User Computing, Software-Defined Data Center, Cloud Native Apps and Hybrid Cloud Services: Assessments, Health Checks, High Level Design, Implementation, Strategy, Tranformation Passion for technology Dutch independent VMware knowledge partner
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    The importance of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery An average

    increase of 52% Cost of Data Center Outages January 2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series, Ponemon Institute LLC Cost of unplanned outage PER MINUTE, Comparison of 2010, 2013, and 2016
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    An average 52% increase! Cost of Data Center Outages January

    2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series, Ponemon Institute LLC Cost of unplanned outage PER MINUTE, Comparison of 2010, 2013, and 2016 The importance of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Cost of Data Center Outages January 2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series Ponemon Institute LLC Cost of dataloss for ‘BV Nederland’ is estimated at € 3.2 billion per year
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    An average 52% increase! Cost of Data Center Outages January

    2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series, Ponemon Institute LLC Cost of unplanned outage PER MINUTE, Comparison of 2010, 2013, and 2016 The importance of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Cost of Data Center Outages January 2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series Ponemon Institute LLC Cost of dataloss for ‘BV Nederland’ is estimated at € 3.2 billion per year
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    An average 52% increase! Cost of Data Center Outages January

    2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series, Ponemon Institute LLC Cost of unplanned outage PER MINUTE, Comparison of 2010, 2013, and 2016 The importance of BCDR Cost of unplanned outage An average 52% increase! Cost of Data Center Outages January 2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series Ponemon Institute LLC Comparison of 2010, 2013, and 2016 Cost of dataloss for ‘BV Nederland’ is estimated at € 3.2 billion per year
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    An average 52% increase! Cost of Data Center Outages January

    2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series, Ponemon Institute LLC Cost of unplanned outage PER MINUTE, Comparison of 2010, 2013, and 2016 The importance of BCDR Cost of unplanned outage An average 52% increase! Cost of Data Center Outages January 2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series Ponemon Institute LLC Comparison of 2010, 2013, and 2016 Cost of dataloss for ‘BV Nederland’ is estimated at € 3.2 billion per year
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    An average 52% increase! Cost of Data Center Outages January

    2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series, Ponemon Institute LLC Cost of unplanned outage PER MINUTE, Comparison of 2010, 2013, and 2016 The importance of BCDR Cost of unplanned outage An average 52% increase! Cost of Data Center Outages January 2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series Ponemon Institute LLC Comparison of 2010, 2013, and 2016 Cost of dataloss for ‘BV Nederland’ is estimated at € 3.2 billion per year
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    An average 52% increase! Cost of Data Center Outages January

    2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series, Ponemon Institute LLC Cost of unplanned outage PER MINUTE, Comparison of 2010, 2013, and 2016 The importance of BCDR Cost of unplanned outage An average 52% increase! Cost of Data Center Outages January 2016 Data Center Performance Benchmark Series Ponemon Institute LLC Comparison of 2010, 2013, and 2016 Cost of dataloss for ‘BV Nederland’ is estimated at € 3.2 billion per year Cost of dataloss for ‘BV Nederland’ is estimated at € 3.2 billion per year
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    Public Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Three major use

    cases DATA CENTER EXTENSION Seamless portability and networking with unified management and support DATA CENTER REPLACEMENT Fast, secure infrastructure shift from on-premises to the cloud DISASTER RECOVERY Simple, low cost failover and recovery, to & from the cloud
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    Cloud-based Disaster Recovery Attractiveness Cloud-based DR solutions offer: More agility

    Faster implementation No need for in-house DR infrastructure or upfront costs Reduction in internal resources to support DR plan Cloud-based DR allows companies to eliminate: Secondary sites (DR data centers) Servers Storage Rely on off-site backup tapes for DR
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    An example Cloud-based Disaster Recovery Offering Primary Data Center Cloud-based

    DR instance FAILBACK FAILOVER Workload replication across Internet SSL, VPN or dedicated connection
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    Example Disaster Recovery setup and flow Primary Data Center Cloud-based

    DR instance Compute Storage DISASTER RECOVERY CORE COMPUTE SERVICES Dedicated Cloud Virtual Private Cloud STORAGE AND AVAILABILITY Block Storage Object Storage Data Protection PLATFORM SERVICES Identity and Access Monitoring Metering and Billing VM VM VM VM VM VM REPLICATION
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    Test network Non-intrusive Test Disaster Recovery NETWORK Primary Data Center

    Cloud-based DR instance Compute Storage DISASTER RECOVERY CORE COMPUTE SERVICES Dedicated Cloud Virtual Private Cloud STORAGE AND AVAILABILITY Block Storage Object Storage Data Protection PLATFORM SERVICES Identity and Access Monitoring Metering and Billing VM VM VM VM VM VM NETWORKING REPLICATION VM VM VM
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    Disaster Recovery example scenario Primary Data Center Cloud-based DR instance

    Compute Storage DISASTER RECOVERY CORE COMPUTE SERVICES Dedicated Cloud Virtual Private Cloud STORAGE AND AVAILABILITY Block Storage Object Storage Data Protection PLATFORM SERVICES Identity and Access Monitoring Metering and Billing VM VM VM VM VM VM MANAGEMENT AND AUTOMATION FAILOVER X
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    Disaster Recovery replication for failback NETWORK Primary Data Center Cloud-based

    DR instance Compute Storage DISASTER RECOVERY CORE COMPUTE SERVICES Dedicated Cloud Virtual Private Cloud STORAGE AND AVAILABILITY Block Storage Object Storage Data Protection PLATFORM SERVICES Identity and Access Monitoring Metering and Billing VM VM VM VM VM VM MANAGEMENT AND AUTOMATION NETWORKING REPLICATION
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    Disaster Recovery failback NETWORK Primary Data Center Cloud-based DR instance

    Compute Storage DISASTER RECOVERY CORE COMPUTE SERVICES Dedicated Cloud Virtual Private Cloud STORAGE AND AVAILABILITY Block Storage Object Storage Data Protection PLATFORM SERVICES Identity and Access Monitoring Metering and Billing VM VM VM VM VM VM MANAGEMENT AND AUTOMATION NETWORKING Failback
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    Disaster Recovery full restoration NETWORK Primary Data Center Cloud-based DR

    instance Compute Storage DISASTER RECOVERY CORE COMPUTE SERVICES Dedicated Cloud Virtual Private Cloud STORAGE AND AVAILABILITY Block Storage Object Storage Data Protection PLATFORM SERVICES Identity and Access Monitoring Metering and Billing VM VM VM VM VM VM MANAGEMENT AND AUTOMATION REPLICATION
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    The ITQ approach Cloud-based DR readiness assessment Awareness Discovery Analysis

    Business Case Design Implement Prepare the organization and get higher management commitment and sponsorship Discover and gather information about the current and desired state Analysis of all gathered information Drafting the business case Design the Cloud-based DR solution Implementation and validation of the DR solution and turnover of the project