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Protecting Client Data with System CenterData Protection Manager (DPM) 2010

Young KwonSE Service ManagerClient Data Service ManagementMicrosoft IT

SIM339

Islam

Gomaa

Microsoft

MVP | System Center Data Protection Manager

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Session Objectives and Takeaways

Session Objectives:

Learn how DPM 2010 protects clients and how it differs from server protection

Learn about DPM Client Autodeployment with ConfigMgr

and OpsMgr

Discover how MS IT is protecting client data on the Microsoft internal network

DPM 2010 is Enterprise Ready!

ECAL customers already have everything they need!

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Agenda

Overview of DPM 2010

Challenges with Client Backup

Using DPM 2010 for client protection

DEMO: Protecting Client Data with DPM 2010

Automatic DPM Client Deployment

Automating client deployment and assignment with

ConfigMgr

and

OpsMgr

MS IT: How Microsoft IT protects client data

The Future: Client Protection and DPM 2012

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Backing up Data on Mobile ComputersThe challenge

Mobile workforce

Different users with different needs

Large scale

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Client Backup in Most Organizations

End user

Limited/no IT involvement

Cumbersome for end users

Policies are difficult to enforce

Copy to servers backed up by IT

Do your own backups

Critical business

data

on

laptops

is not backed up

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Requirements for Laptop Data Backup

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How Does DPM Solve This?

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Online Snapshots

(up to 512)

Disk-based

Recovery

Active Directory

®

System State

Tape-based

Backup

Data Protection Manager

Up to

Every 15 minutes

Disaster Recovery

with

offsite replication & tape

Data Protection Manager

file

services

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8:00 AM – 12:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Protect “My Documents”

Retain Data for – 14 Days

When you want to protect the data?

What data you want to protect?

How long you want to retain the data?

Backup

Server Admin

8:00 AM – 12:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Protect “My Documents”

Retain Data for – 14 Days

8:00 AM – 12:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Protect ‘My Documents”

Retain Data for – 14 Days

8:00 AM – 12:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Protect “My Documents”

Retain Data for – 14 Days

Backup Policy

8:00 AM – 12:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Protect “My Documents”

Retain Data for – 14 Days

Client

Protection/Recovery

Back-up

Policy

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Backup Policy

8:00 AM – 12:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Protect “My Documents”

Retain Data for – 14 Days

Day

2

Client Protection/Recover

y

Disconnected

and connected

Day

1

Backup at 8:00 AM

Backup at 12:00 Noon

8:00 AM

Time to take a backup

12:00 Noon

Time to take a backup

While

Traveling

by Plane

Traveling

At On Site Office Meeting

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Back

At Corporate Office

Backup Policy

8:00 AM – 12:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Protect “My Documents”

Retain Data for – 14 Days

Day

10

Day

7

Day

3

8:00 AM

Time to take a backup

Restore Yesterday’s Data

Restore Last Month’s Data

Client Protection/Recovery

Disconnected and connected

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14 Days Policy

While

Traveling

on Plane

Client P

rotection/Recovery

Day

1

Day

2

Day

10

Day

1

Backup at 8:00 AM

Traveling

At

On Site

Office Meeting

Back At

Corporate Office

Backup at 12:00 AM

Backup at 8:00 AM

Counter Reset

After Successful Backup

Backup

To DPM

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Protecting Clients with DPM 2010

Up to 60% of an organization’s data does not reside on servers in the datacenter!

demo

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DPM 2010 scalability

A single DPM 2010 server can protect: *100 production servers1000 Windows clients2000 SQL Server databases25 Terabyte SharePoint farms with over 1M objects40 Terabytes of Exchange storage groups & databases

* May vary based on size of each datasource, as well as scaling of DPM server memory, disk and I/O architecture

3000

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DPM 2010 – Roaming Laptops

Best-in-class laptop protection for Windows ClientsSupport for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and W7Backup over VPN or Direct AccessScale to 3,000 clients per DPM server“Unique user data” onlyNot the whole machine, so that the OS is not repeatedly backed upIntegration with local Shadow Copies for Windows Vista and Windows 7Centrally configured from DPM admin UIEnd-User–enabled restore from local copies offline and online, as well as DPM copiesAdmin-enabled restore from DPM copies

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Client Backup and Restore

Restore Data from other machines you have permissions to

demo

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Intuitive End User Interface

Easy monitoring of backupsQuick access to common information and features

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Customizability

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End User Restore

End user

DPM server

Restore from DPM

1. Local Restore when not connected

2. Network restore when connected

3. Remote restore for new laptop

Build, then Restore

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Local Restore: Even when Offline

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Restore to a New Laptop (from DPM)

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Traditional Deployment Options

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Enterprise DPML

– “

Application Agent

per protected server

Unified support of Microsoft applications SQL, Exchange, SharePoint, & Virtualization – and files Protect DPM 2 DPM 4 DR – disaster recoveryBare Metal Recovery

Standard DPML

= “

File agent

per protected Windows Server

No additional “Open File” or add-on modules

file shares and directories

Client DPML

Desktop agent

XP Pro & Vista & W7

DPM

Server

with integrated Disk & Tape

Also available as a DPM OEM Appliance

running on Windows Storage Server

DPM Server

Active

Directory

System State

Pricing guidance posted

on

microsoft.com/DPM

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Client DPML

Desktop agent

” XP Pro & Vista & W7

DPM

Server

with integrated Disk & Tape

Also available as a DPM OEM Appliance

running on Windows Storage Server

DPM Server

Pricing guidance posted

on

microsoft.com/DPM

Not sold separately

Use Rights included with ML’s

Inside ECAL

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Traditional DPM Agent Deployment

Many Ways to Deploy

Active Directory

SCCM or SCE – Most scalable option

Pushed from DPM – Simplest Option, relationship auto-established

Sysprep

– Great for System Replacements

Two binary packages = x86 or x64

DPM Pushes the appropriate version

Two Step Process

Install the Agent

Establish a relationship to the DPM Server

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Connect Agent to DPM Server

Actual PowerShell™ script Attach-ProductionServer.ps1

$DPM -> DPM Server Name

$PS -> Production Server Name

$User, $

Pwd

, $Domain -> Credentials for associating agent with a DPM Server (admin)

Attach-ProductionServer.ps1 –

DPMServerName

$DPM –

PSName

$PS

–Username $User – Password $

Pwd

–domain $Domain

Detailed blog entry on

disconnected

agent install scenarios at:

http://blogs.technet.com/DPM

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DPM Client

Autodeployment

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DPM 2010 Client Autodeployment

System Center Automatic Client ProtectionDeploy DPM agent via CfgMgrConnect clients to DPM servers via OpsMgr

DPM-US1

DPM-US2

DPM-EU1

DPM-AUNZ

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Data Protection Manager

Active Directory

®

Data Protection Manager

Data Protection Manager

System Center

Operations Manager

System Center

Configuration Manager

1. Windows Clients with DPM Agents pre-installed using

CfgMgr

or as part of image.

2. List of Clients

3. Associates clients to available DPM servers & Protection Groups

4. Association List

CfgMgr

Package

5. Client associated

with owner DPM server

System Center Unified

D

eployment of DPM Clients

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Automated DPM 2010 Client Protection

Install DPM rollup 1 and 2

Install

OpsMgr

agent on DPM servers

DPM servers get discovered in the

OpsMgr

console

Add desired DPM servers to auto deployment

Specify the desired domains to be considered for

auto deployment

Setup the backup policy in the ClientPGSettings.xml

Add unwanted clients for exclusion from getting

auto deployed

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Automated DPM 2010 Client Protection

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Automated DPM 2010 Client Protection

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Automated DPM 2010 Client Protection

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Automated DPM 2010 Client Protection

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How Microsoft IT is protecting individual business PC data

Young KwonSE Service ManagerClient Data Service ManagementMicrosoft IT

MS IT

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How MSIT Protects our Servers

Total Server count that MSIT manages: 4,000

DatacenterClient Servers Migrated or In ProgressDPM Servers Before migrationTotal DPM Servers after 2010 migrationDPM Servers that have been ConsolidatedRedmond Area2869886820Dublin49416810Singapore256734Japan135541Other (HA)19917134Grand Totals39531339637

DPM 2010 migration

completed 3,953

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Microsoft $ Spent for Data Backup, Loss and Recovery

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Deskside dispatch tech cost for data backup & restore request – $370kData Recovery cost spent due to data Loss – $450k

External Hard Drive purchase (MS Market data only) –$580kExternal Hard Drive purchase (Non-MS Market, individual and Admin’s purchase) – $500k

2011 Total Estimated Spending: $2 Million

Reactive

Proactive

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Client Data Backup Requirements and Needs at Microsoft

Data ProtectionData Availability Data PortabilityData Centralization

Microsoft

IT Admin

Client

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Client PC Data Backup and Management at Microsoft

Many employees have asked “How should I back up my important data?”

Type

of DataIndividual Corporate/Business DataTeam/Group Corporate/Business Sharing DataPersonal Data (pictures, music, videos, documents)Recommended Solutions

IntelliMirror/User State VirtualizationExternal Hard Drive with Bitlocker-To-Go

SharePoint & MySiteVirtual File Share StorageSelf-host File Server

SkyDriveWindows Live MeshWindows Home ServerExternal Hard Drive

Data Protection Manager (DPM)

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DPM Client PC backup,

Pros & Cons

Automatic scheduled backup

Flexible Backup Choices

Easy & Multiple

P

oints in time Restore

Benefits

Competitive

differentiation

PROs

Quota Limit

,

Single PC backup at a time.

Separate Application

Risks

Cost

CONs

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Pilot Program Timeline Milestones:

5 months pilot period

Completed DPM Client validations

Became a MSIT supported PC backup solution

MSIT DPM Client Pilot Program was Completed Successfully!

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What did we validate during the MSIT Pilot?

Product Feature:

UI,

Installation, Configuration, Incremental Backup & Restore

Reliability

:

Incident rate was 3.2% which is a lot less than shared goal 6%. Transactional NSAT score was 129 which was reflected high client satisfaction

Scalability:

5GB – 10GB quota limit, and One DPM server can host up to 3,000 client machines

Performance:

R

oaming

user

PC backup is optimal over WAN, MSITVPN

or

DirectAccess

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Pilot User Experience Survey Results

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MSIT Client DPM Offering

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MSIT Client DPM Offering

Right-Click

Run As Administrator

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MSIT Client DPM Offering

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MSIT Client DPM Offering

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MSIT Customized DPM Client Agent UI

DPM Client System Tray UI

DPM Client Protected Items Selection

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Datacenter Server Architecture of MSIT Global Deployment

2 Redmond DPM Servers

Redmond & North America

1 Sao Paulo DPM Server

South America

1 Japan DPM Server

Far East

1 Dublin DPM Server

EMEA

1 Singapore DPM Server

South Pacific

1 India DPM Server

India

1 Paris DPM Server

France

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MSIT DPM Client PC Backup Service Projection

DPM Server Capacity Projection

TimelineRedmond Area Users Worldwide Branch Office UsersTotal User Count by FY12The Current User CountFY124,0006,00010,0003,000

User Adoption Projection

Timeline

Data Center Server Readiness

Virtualized DPM

Servers

Storage Capacity

The Current

Storage

FY12

Redmond & Regional Data Centers

10

100

TB

50 TB

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Related Content

Breakout Sessions/Chalk Talks

SIM213

- Microsoft

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 in the Datacenter

SIM341 - A

First Look at Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager

2012

Hands-on

Labs

SIM360 HOL - Protecting

Microsoft SharePoint with Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2010

SIM361 HOL -

How to Protect Microsoft SQL Server with Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2010

SIM362 HOL -

First Look at Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2012

SIM363 HOL -

Technical Introduction to Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager

2010

Interactive Sessions

SIM383 INT -

Managing the Datacenter: Ask a Panel of Experts

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DPM Resources

Website www.microsoft.com/DPMTechCenter technet.microsoft.com/DPMForums social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/category/DPMTeam Blog blogs.technet.com/DPM Islam’s email Islam@IslamGomaa.comYoung’s email YoKwon@microsoft.comJason’s email Jbuff@microsoft.comBook DataProtectionBible.com

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Resources

www.microsoft.com/teched

Sessions On-Demand & Community

Microsoft Certification & Training Resources

Resources for IT Professionals

Resources for Developers

www.microsoft.com/learning

http://microsoft.com/technet

http://microsoft.com/msdn

Learning

http://northamerica.msteched.com

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2011 Microsoft

Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista 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

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