BCDR solution reference architecture

BCDR solution reference architecture

Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Solution reference architecture Backup on-premises apps and data Virtual Machine Virtual Machine SQL Internet Option 1 Azure Backup Azure Backup Server Use native Azure Backup App/Item level restore On-premises Internet Virtual Machine Virtual Machine SQL

Option 2 Azure Storage (Blob) or Commvault Simpana VCC for Enterprise On-premises App/Item level restore Use 3rd party backup apps Implementation guidance Internet connection to Azure (Azure Backup or Azure Blob storage) via the Azure Backup Server or 3rd party solutions (such as Commvault Simpana or Veeam Cloud Connect) hosted on premises. Examples of business applications running on a virtualized or physical machine on premises. Disk used by your virtual or physical machine. Azure Backup Server orchestrates the replication of machines and manages the configuration of the failback procedures. Azure Backup extends tried-and-trusted tools on-premises with rich and powerful tools in the cloud. It delivers protection for customers data no matter where it resides: in the enterprise data center, in remote and branch offices, or in the public cloud; while being sensitive to the unique requirements these scenarios pose. Virtual machine hosted on premises or on Azure thats running an application such as SQL or

SharePoint. Blob storage stores the backup data and application on Azure. or Commvault Simpana VCC for Enterprise Internet connection to Azure (Azure Backup or Azure Blob storage) via the Azure Backup Server or 3rd party solutions (such as Commvault Simpana or Veeam Cloud Connect) hosted on premises. Azure Backup Simple and reliable cloud integrated backup as a service Compelling cloud-based backup alternative to tape Secure and reliable backup as a service Azure Azure Agent F Efficient and flexible online backup services Azure

State / Backup Config Virtual Machines VPC / tenant Restore Option 1 Use native Azure Backup Virtual Machines VPC / tenant Commvault Simpana Azure Storage (blob) Restore Option 2 Use 3rd party backup apps Archive on-premises data to cloud Azure HOT TIER Folders Azure Storage (Blob) Files StorSimple Disks

COOL TIER Azure Storage (Blob) On-premises Azure Commvau lt Simpana Folders Files Disks Commvault Simpana Azure Storage (Blob) On-premises Implementation guidance Veeam hosted on premises running on a virtual machine / physical machine. Azure StorSimple appliance running on premises that can tier data to Azure Blob storage (both hot and cool tier). Disk used by your virtual or physical machine. Veeam Cloud Connect hosted on premises running on a virtual machine / physical machine. Cool tier on Azure Blob storage. Use cool tier for data that is less frequently accessed. Hot tier on Azure Blob storage. Use hot tier for data that is frequently accessed. Files and folders hold programs and files used by your virtual or physical machines. Implementation guidance Azure Backup extends tried-and-trusted tools on-premises with rich and powerful tools in the cloud. It delivers protection for customers data

no matter where it resides: in the enterprise data center, in remote and branch offices, or in the public cloud; while being sensitive to the unique requirements these scenarios pose. SQL This is an application running on an Azure virtual machine that is backed up using first party and 3rd party solutions. Blob storage stores the backup data and application on Azure. This is a Commvault agent running on the virtual machine that interacts with the Commvault Simpana virtual appliance hosted on Azure. Commvault Simpana virtual appliance hosted on an Azure virtual machine. Azure storage: offerings Blobs Tables Queues Disks Files Highly scalable, REST based cloud object store Massive autoscaling NoSQL store Reliable messaging at scale for cloud services Persistent disks for Azure IaaS

VMs SMB Access to Azure Storage Decouple and scale components Premium Storage Disks: SSD based, high IOPS, low latency Block Blobs: Sequential file I/O Page Blobs: Randomwrite pattern data Dynamic scaling based on load Scale to PBs of table data Fast key/value lookups Message visibility timeout and update message to protect against unreliable dequeuers Code against (REST API) Built on page blobs Map to file share, standard file system semantics Lift and shift legacy apps

Use on Windows & Linux VMs Azure Import/Export AZCopy ExpressRoute Ship data in hard disk drives High-performance data upload, download, & copy High-bandwidth connection between Azure and on-premises Data Transfer Options Azure storage: industry leading Locally Redundant Storage (LRS) Zone Redundant Storage (ZRS) Geographically Redundant Storage (GRS) Read-Access Geographically Redundant Storage (RAGRS) How it works Makes multiple synchronous copies of your data with a single

datacenter Stores three copies of data across multiple datacenters within or across regions. For block blobs only. Same as LRS plus a multiple asynchronous copies to a second datacenter hundreds of miles away Same as GRS, plus read access to the secondary access Total copies 3 3 6 6 Why use it For economical local storage or data governance compliance An economical, higher durability option for block blob

storage For protection against a major datacenter outage or disaster Provides read access to data during an outage, for maximum data availability and durability Availability SLA 99.9% read/write 99.9% read/write 99.9% read/write 99.9% write 99.99% read 2016 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, 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.

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