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Title: Vision Marketing


1
AVNET Sinergias 07 Andres Bacalao Sales Manager
Latin America
2
Soluciones de Alta Disponibilidad en lossistemas
i y p de IBM y en Windows
3
AgendaQuienes Somos ?Que es la Alta
Disponibilidad?Alta Disponibilidad para sistema
i iTera HAAlta Disponibilidad para sistema p
MIMIX AIXAlta Disponiblidad para Windows
Vision for WindowsSumario y Preguntas
4
Corporate Profile
  • IBMs only Premier Business Partner in high
    availability
  • Close ties with IBM leadership, labs and
    distribution teams
  • Class-leading high availability solutions for
    System i
  • Facil, comodo, innovado
  • 90 of the System i HA install base
  • 400 business partners a nivel mundial.
  • Most extensive RD, y soporte y servicio global .
  • 5,000 clientes y 20,000 licencias a nivel
    mundial.
  • 400 empleados the best talent in the industry!
  • Strong financial performance

5
Strong IBM Relationship
  • IBM is one of Visions biggest customers and
    Vision ranks 1 in driving IBM hardware revenue
    among all i5/OS high availability providers.

Vision Solutions has leadership technology
assets, services competencies, global reach and
the financial strength necessary to take business
resiliency to an entirely new level for our
clients and partners. Mark Shearer, General
Manager, IBM System i
6
Meeting the Needs of SMB firms
  • Vision Solutions will be uniquely positioned to
    globally provide small and medium businesses with
    the best resiliency solutions that are
    specifically tailored for their needs.
  • Sonia Lelii, Storage Research Analyst at Aberdeen
    Group

Businesses of all sizes are increasingly looking
to implement business resiliency solutions that
are innovative, affordable and easy to use. Well
integrated, customer-proven solutions stand to
enjoy considerable success in the
marketplace. Dave Russell, Research Vice
President at Gartner
7
Customer References
8
Meeting the Needs of SMB to Enterprise Customers
Banking
  • HSBC Bank Argentina
  • Citibank Argentina (m)
  • Banco Patagonia Argentina (m)
  • Nuevo Banco La Rioja Argentina
  • Banco BISA Bolivia (m)
  • Banco Itau Brasil (m)
  • Banco do Brasil Brasil (m)
  • Barbados National Bank Barbados (m)
  • Banco Itau Chile (i)
  • Scotiabank Chile (m)
  • Banco Corpbanca Chile (m)
  • Banco Agrario Colombia (m)
  • Banco Occidente Colombia (i)
  • Banco de la Republica Colombia (m)
  • Banco GNB Sudameris - Colombia
  • Bancolombia Colombia
  • Colpatria Colombia (i)
  • Banco del Istmo Colombia
  • Banco Davivienda Colombia (m)
  • Banco del Istmo Panamá
  • Bancolombia Panamá
  • Banco Integración Paraguay (m)
  • ABN AMRO - Paraguay
  • Lloyds Bank Paraguay
  • BBVA Paraguay
  • Banco Sudameris ParaguayDiners Perú
  • Banco Interamericano de Finanzas Perú
  • Banco de Comercio Perú
  • Mi Banco Perú
  • Banco Interamericano de Finanzas Perú
  • Banco de Comercio Perú
  • Mi Banco Perú
  • Scotiabank Perú (m)
  • Banco Financiero Perú (m)
  • Banco del Nuevo Mundo Perú (m)
  • Unibanca Perú (m)
  • Banco Sudamericano Perú (m)
  • Banco Gubernamental de Fomento Puerto Rico

9
Meeting the Needs of SMB to Enterprise Customers
Financial Services
  • Cía. Financiera Argentina AIG Argentina (m)
  • Mercado Abierto Electrónico Argentina (m)
  • SEPSA Argentina (m)
  • Adm. de Tarjetas de Crédito - Bolivia (m)
  • BMF Bolsa Mercadorias y Futuros Brasil
  • Asociaçao Comercial do Sao Paulo Brasil (m)
  • Basecard Administraçao de Cartoes Brasil (m)
  • Maritima Seguros Brasil (m)
  • Fenalco Colombia
  • Protección S.A. Colombia
  • Surfinanciamiento Colombia (m)
  • Credibanco VISA Colombia
  • Dann Regional Colombia
  • Bolsa de Valores de Colombia Colombia (m)
  • Bolsa de Valores Costa Rica (m)
  • Administradora de Creditos Comerciales Presto
    Ltda. Chile (m)
  • Pacificard Ecuador (i)
  • Diners Ecuador
  • Jamaica Stock Exchange Jamaica (m)
  • Asociación Cibao Republica Dominicana
  • Unit Trust Corporation Trinidad y Tobago (m)
  • Sistarbanc VISA Uruguay
  • Mi Casa Venezuela (i)
  • Credicard Venezuela (i)

10
Meeting the Needs of SMB to Enterprise Customers
Manufacturing
  • Petroken Petroquímica Argentina (i)
  • Ledesma S.A. Argentina (m)
  • Sancor Argentina (m)
  • Aceitera Gral. Deheza Argentina (m)
  • Nestlé Argentina Argentina (m)
  • Arcor Argentina (m)
  • Massalin Particulares Argentina (m)
  • Bridgestone Firestone Argentina S.A.
    Argentina (m)
  • Quilmes Industrial S.A. Argentina (m)
  • Refinerias de Maiz Argentina (m)
  • Tabacos del Norte Argentina (m)
  • SADESA Argentina (m)
  • Ultrafertil Brasil (m)
  • Latasa Brasil (m)
  • Sudop Industria Optica Brasil (m)
  • Consorcio Nacional Honda Brasil (m)
  • Caterpillar Brasil Ltda. Brasil (m)
  • Michelin Brasil (m)
  • Cooper Standard Brasil (i)
  • Textiles Fabricato Colombia (m)
  • Chaid Neme Hnos. Colombia (m)
  • Pronova Ltda. Prebel Colombia (m)
  • Industrias Haceb Colombia (m)
  • Banacol Colombia (m)
  • John Restrepo S.A. Colombia (m)
  • Merck México México (m)
  • Grupo Modelo México
  • Danone México
  • Ferrero México (i)
  • Thyssenkrupp México (m)
  • Urrea Professional Tools México (i)
  • Cemex México (m)
  • Nicaragua Sugar Nicaragua (i)
  • Aventis Pharmaceuticals Puerto Rico
  • Universal Textil Perú
  • Ferreyros - Perú
  • Merck Venezuela Venezuela (m)
  • Cativen Venezuela

11
Meeting the Needs of SMB to Enterprise Customers
Transportation and Logistics
  • Nuevo Central Argentino S.A. Argentina
  • Alfred Toepfer Argentina S.R.L. Argentina (m)
  • Mercantil Nova Era Brasil
  • Audifar Ltda. Brasil (m)
  • Cremer S.A. Brasil (m)
  • Casa Bahia Comercial Ltda. Brasil (m)
  • Produtos Leco Brasil
  • Terminal de Contenedores (TCP) Brasil
  • Brapelco Comercio Transporte e Serviços
    Brasil (m)
  • Sao Geraldo do Viciao Brasil (m)
  • A. Guerra S.A. Brasil (m)
  • Thomas Gregg Sons Colombia (i)
  • Gaseosas Lux Colombia (m)
  • Leonisa Colombia (m)
  • Chevron Petroleum - Colombia (m)
  • Compañía de Petroleo de Chile (COPEC) Chile
    (m)
  • Pesquera Camanchaca S.A. Chile (m)
  • Embonor Chile
  • Coca Cola Polar Chile
  • Empresa Editora El Comercio S.A. Perú (m)
  • Embotelladora Latinoamericana Perú
  • Corporación Lindley Perú
  • Albis Perú
  • Grupo Yobel Perú
  • Mediterranean Shipping Company - Perú
  • Mendez Co. Puerto Rico
  • DOMESA Venezuela

12
Meeting the Needs of SMB to Enterprise Customers
Government Utilities
  • CableVision S.A. Argentina (m)
  • La Nación S.A. Argentina (m)
  • Tribunal Regional do Trabalho- 2a regiao
    Brasil (m)
  • CADE Bolivia
  • Compañía de Electricidad de Sucre Bolivia
  • BoliviaTel S.A. Bolivia (m)
  • Telefónica de Paraguay - Paraguay (m)
  • Sociedad Portuaria Regional de Cartagena
    Colombia (m)
  • Sociedad Portuaria de Buenaventura Colombia
    (m)
  • Empresa Publica Municipal ( ETAPA ) Ecuador
    (m)
  • Teléfonos de Guatemala Guatemala
  • Teléfonos de México (Telmex) México
  • Cablemas México (m)
  • Instituto de Seguridad Social ( ISSEG )
    México (m)
  • CMAC Piura Perú
  • Telefónica de Perú Perú (m)
  • Superintendencia Nacional de los Registros
    Publicos (SUNARP) Peru (m)

13
Meeting the Needs of SMB to Enterprise Customers
Technology
  • EDS Argentina
  • IBM Argentina
  • Conexion Comunicaçoes Ltda. Brasil (m)
  • Compania de Informatica Ltda. (NAGEM) Brasil
    (m)
  • IBM de Colombia
  • IBM de Chile
  • EDS México
  • IBM de México
  • Grupo Televisa México
  • Know How S.A. Paraguay
  • Itapua S.A. Paraguay (m)
  • IBM de Perú
  • IBM Trinidad Tobago
  • Dayco Telecom Venezuela (i)
  • IBM Venezuela

14
Meeting the Needs of SMB to Enterprise Customers
Wholesale Retail
  • Lojas Riachuelo S.A. Brasil (m)
  • C A Modas Ltda. Brasil (m)
  • Clube de Diretores Lojistas (CDL) Brasil (i)
  • Almacenes Paris Chile
  • PreUnic - Chile
  • Supermercados La Favorita (Supermaxi) Ecuador
    (m)
  • Chedraui - Mexico
  • Tiendas Wong Perú
  • Distribuidora Dinámica Perú

15
Meeting the Needs of SMB to Enterprise Customers
Gaming Hospitality
  • Conrad Resort Casino - Uruguay
  • Linda Vista S.A. Costa Rica (m)

16
Meeting the Needs of SMB to Enterprise Customers
Health Care
  • Organización de Servicios Directos Empresarios
    (OSDE) - Argentina

17
The Clear Choice for Enterprise Customers
18
Que es la Alta Disponibilidad?
19
Downtime
Causas de Downtime
Solucion Requerida
?
Recuperacion de Desastres Alta
Disponibilidad (Continuidad de Operaciones)
?
Downtime se refiere a un periodo de tiempo o un
porcentaje de un timespan que una maquina o
sistema(usualmente un computador server) es
offline o no esta funcionando, usualmente como un
resultado de either falla de sistema (such as a
crash or routine maintenance.
Source IBM HA Presentation, Eric Hess, April 2001
HA generalmente refiere a una solucion que
provee AMBOS recuperacon y disponibilidad.No
todas las tecnologias proveen una solution por
AMBASiTera HA lo hace.
Reliability is not the same as Availability!
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Cost Vs Recovery Time
Cost
iTera 5.0 HA
  • RTO Minutes
  • RPO Last Transaction
  • CDP Continuous Data Protection / Point-in-Time
    Recovery

Time Taken To Recover
  • Cost depends on size of your business, the
    industry you are in, your
  • relationship with customers and ability of
    your competitors to take advantage
  • of the situation
  • Time Taken To Recover is defined generally using
    RTO, RPO and CDP

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Recovery Time Objective (RTO)
Recovery Time Objective (RTO) is the time period
after a disaster at which business functions need
to be restored.
  • iTera HA is able to provide an RTO in minutes.
  • All business applications will have a re-start
    time (re-starting the database and
  • switching communications). This generally
    adds extra minutes to every RTO.
  • Different business functions may have different
    recovery time objectives. For
  • example, the recovery time objective for the
    payroll function may be two days,
  • whereas the recovery time objective for sales
    order processing may be two hours.
  • iTera HA is able to recover each business
    function separately which improves
  • flexibility.

RTO Is An Important Metric For Comparing HA DR
Technologies
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Recovery Point Objective (RPO)
Recovery Point Objective (RPO). In a disaster
you will generally lose some data. The RPO is the
time (relative to the disaster) to which you plan
to recover your data.
  • For example, if you take overnight backups, the
    recovery point objective will
  • often be the end of the previous day's
    activity.
  • iTera HA using remote journaling in
    asynchronous mode will generally result
  • in sub second data loss.
  • iTera HA using remote journaling in synchronous
    mode will result in zero data
  • loss (guaranteed data delivery).

RPO Is An Important Metric For Comparing HA DR
Technologies
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Alta Disponibilidad en i iTeraHA
24
Sector SMB (95 de las oportunidades)iTera
HASector Enterprise (5 de las
oportunidades)MIMIX ha1Orion Enterprise
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Built-From-The-Start for Remote Journaling
iTera HA Built-From-The-Start For Remote
Journaling
iTera HA Design Advantages
  • Staging area is not needed
  • Fewer jobs above MI interface
  • Less I/O generated per transaction
  • Data crosses MI Interface fewer times
  • Easier to install
  • Easier to manage monitor
  • More reliable (fewer moving parts)
  • Faster delivery of data to backup DB
  • Uses less disk resource
  • Uses less CPU resource

Other HA Solutions Have Remote Journaling
Retro-Fitted
Older HA technologies designed around local
journaling which needs a staging area. RJ
Retro-Fit was easier than full re-design
Retro-Fitted Is Not The Same As
Built-From-The-Start
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Asynchronous Remote Journaling
Production (Source) System
Backup (Target) System
Asynchronous Delivery Mode
APPS
Receive Apply
Machine Interface
DB Files
Journal
Replicated DB Files
Remote Journal
Communications Transport
Journal Receiver
Journal Receiver
  • Band-Width. Efficiently used, typically 1MBit
    can support 1MJTPH
  • Comms Interruptions. Can restart and catch-up
    quickly without full database resynch.
  • Practical Distance. Very practical for long
    distances because efficient comms use low
    overhead
  • Over-head. Minimal impact on production, uses
    less than 5 CPU typically.
  • Data Loss. Typically less than 1 second, data
    very fast on and off the line.
  • Disabled Target. Does not disable the target
    database so you can offload reporting.
  • Data Integrity. Maintained at the business
    transaction level, support commitment control.
  • Select/Omit. User can select which libraries,
    objects and applications to mirror and which not
    to.
  • DASD Required. Works with any DASD.

The Most Flexible Transport Technique For HA
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iTera HA Apply Process Autonomic Heal
Backup (Target) System
Production (Source) System
transactions replicated
Customer Master File (Replicated)
Customer Master File
iTera HA Design Advantages
  • Eliminates the main cause of files going on
    hold (row level update error)
  • If a row update fails then file goes
    automatically into heal mode while mirroring
    continues
  • A concurrent job is automatically started which
    retrieves the failed record from the
  • source file by relative record number (RRN)
    and repairs the record by RRN on the target file.
  • Operators can review repair history at later
    stage
  • Helps to always maintain Role-Swap-Ready (RSR)
    status
  • Makes HA easier to monitor and manage

One of Several Concurrent Audit Concurrent Heal
(CACH) Features
Autonomically Heals Row Level Errors
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iTera HA Autonomic Apply Accelerator
Production (Source) System
Backup (Target) System
Business Applications
DB Files
DB Files
Apply Job
iTera HA Design Advantages
  • The Apply Accelerator helps to eliminate latency
    between remote journal and target DB
  • If latency detected (user threashold) another
    apply route automatically and moves
  • transactions in bulk using memory until
    latency eliminated
  • Apply accelerator preserves FIFO integrity and
    can accelerate apply up to 400
  • Eliminates a time consuming operator activity
  • Fixes latency issues effectively

One of Several Concurrent Audit Concurrent Heal
(CACH) Features
Autonomicaly Heals Latency
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iTera HA ZZ Audit
Production (Source) System
Backup (Target) System
Business Applications
DB Files
DB Files
Apply Job
iTera HA Design Advantages
  • ZZ Audit looks for activity on backup that did
    not come from iTera HA and heals it (rollback)
  • This means that it is not essential to lock
    objects on the backup system during mirroring
  • Improves performance
  • Reduces potential for locking conflicts
  • Improves usability of backup database

One of Several Concurrent Audit Concurrent Heal
(CACH) Features
Eliminates Need To Lock Backup Database
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iTera HA System Monitoring
  • System Monitor shows all important status
    information for a production backup system on a
    single screen
  • E2KG Monitor runs continuously in the background
    and checks role-swap-ready (RSR) status at user
    defined intervals. Heals and
  • notifies. Some tasks are continuous,
  • Some daily and some weekly
  • Host Cluster Monitor allows multiple LPARs or
    systems to be monitored from a single screen

System Monitor
E2KG (RSR) Monitor
Automatically Check That System Is
Role-Swap-Ready
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iTera HA Mirrors All Critical Data Objects
  • Data (libraries, files)
  • Data areas
  • Data queues
  • IFS (real-time journal based mirroring)
  • MQ / WebSphere
  • User profiles (real-time)
  • Spool files output queues
  • Program objects
  • Controllers, lines and devices
  • IBM job scheduler entries
  • Directory entries
  • Tape media library support

32
iTera HA Virtual Test Role Swap
Production (Source) System
Backup (Target) System
Business Applications
ZZ Audit heals backup database
Production DB
Backup DB
Remote Journal
Local Journal
Local Journal
Role-Swap Tests With No Downtime
33
iTera HA Automated Role Swap
  • Role Swap Type ROLLOVER is executed to allow
    the business to continue on the
  • backup system while planned maintenance
    occurs on production system
  • Role swaps are initiated from the backup system
    however, if your systems are cluster-
  • enabled, you can performed a role swap from
    any CRG and any system.
  • Prior to the role swap type ROLLOVER a series
    of automated pre-check are run by the
  • E2KG monitor. This ensures that the backup
    is in Role Swap ready (RSR) status.
  • Role Swap Type FAILOVER is
  • executed in the event of a
  • unplanned production system
  • outage and is therefore executed
  • without pre-checks
  • During the automated role swap
  • a number of user configurable
  • tasks are run in sequence. A

Role-Swap Monitor
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iTera HA Popular Replication Scenarios
1
2
3
Production System (A)
Backup System (B)
Production System (A)
Backup System (B)
Backup LPAR
Production LPAR
One-to-One Replication (A to B Scenario)
Backup LPAR
Production LPAR
Replicant/ Backup System (C)
One-to-Many Replication (A to B C Scenario)
Bi-Directional Replication
4
5
6
Production LPAR (A)
Production System
Backup system
Production LPAR
Backup LPAR
Backup LPAR (B)
Production LPAR
Backup LPAR
Backup system
Production System
Single-System Replication (A to B scenario)
Many-to-One Replication
One-to-Many Replication
Flexibility Business Value
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iTera HA Easy To Install, Monitor Manage
iTera HA Installation Typically 20-40
Man-Hours Monitoring Typically 5 minutes per
day Role Swap Tests Virtual test role swaps can
run at any time. Easy to schedule
because introduces no down-time

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Its The Next Generation of HA
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Inversion en tecnologia de system i
  • Laboratorio de Desarrollo
  • Planta de 10.000 metros cuadrados en Rochester a
    un kilometro de la planta de IBM
  • Mas de 60 ingenieros de software
  • Estrecha relación con IBM
  • Beta para la i5 OS
  • Acceso al laboratorio de IBM
  • El único proveedor del alta disponibilidad con
    laboratorio de desarrollo en Rochester

37
Soporte continuo
  • Apoyo al cliente
  • Chicago, Rochester y Boston (EEUU)
  • Singapour
  • Hong Kong

38
24 X 7 Support
  • Vision have 3 global support centers which
    allows full 24 X7 support for all customers and
    partners (not just an on-call person).

Support From Manchester UK
Support From Los Angeles USA
Support From Salt Lake City USA
Follow the Sun Support
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Product Introduction
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MIMIX for AIX Offering a New Alternative
  • Easy HA Solution for the IBM System p Market
  • Requires minimal AIX administration skills time
  • Simple graphical interface for configuration and
    administration
  • Most Affordable HA Solution for IBM System p
    Market
  • TCO is approximately half of traditional AIX HA
    solutions
  • Implementations typically completed in a third of
    the time
  • Innovative Technology
  • Only MIMIX for AIX offers CDP
  • Recovery to any point in time
  • Pick the recovery point after the failure, not
    before it

41
Solutions for Different Market Segments
  • MIMIX for AIX complements rather than competes
    with HACMP

42
MIMIX for AIX Product Line
  • MIMIX EchoStream for AIX
  • Change based, asynchronous replication
  • Any-Point-in-Time recovery enabled by MIMIX CDP
  • MIMIX HA Cluster for AIX
  • Simplified cluster management
  • Automated failove

43
MIMIX for AIX Offering a New Alternative
  • Easy HA Solution for the IBM System p SMB Market
  • Requires minimal AIX administration skills time
  • Simple graphical interface for configuration and
    administration
  • Most Affordable HA Solution for IBM System p SMB
    Market
  • TCO is approximately half of traditional AIX HA
    solutions
  • Implementations typically completed in a third of
    the time
  • Innovative Technology
  • Only MIMIX for AIX offers CDP
  • Recovery to any point in time
  • Pick the recovery point after the failure, not
    before it

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MIMIX CDP - Near CDP Is Not Enough
MIMIX EchoStream
Database checkpoint
Pre-patch
Post-patch
Database checkpoint
Quarterly close
Any customer Configurable event
Older
Most recent
TIME
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Where Are Changes Captured
  • Application independent data capture
  • Works with or without a file system

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How MIMIX EchoStream Works
Ethernet (IP) network attachment
  • Data Tap on Source Server captures changes
  • Writes to local buffer occur synchronously
  • then are asynchronously transferred to the
    target server
  • Replicates only changes to production data
  • Contexts used to maintain write order consistency
  • Recovery Storage can be any heterogeneous storage

Target/Recovery Server
Source/Production Server
Recovery Storage
Protected Storage
47
MIMIX EchoStreams Replication Process
  • Applications write to primary storage as usual
  • EchoStream maintains an exact replica of the
    Production Servers data
  • Copies all disk writes
  • Ordered by time sequence
  • Across an IP network
  • Prior to the Recovery Server overwriting data,
    the information is saved in an undo log
  • Recover the applications data by selecting
  • Recovery point (Time)
  • Recovery location on either Production or
    Recovery Server
  • While the snapshot is in use, data protection
    continues

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T1 on the Recovery Server
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MIMIX HA Cluster Overview
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Easy, Affordable, Innovative High Availability
for Your AIX Environment
HA Cluster
  • Automatic failover delivers 24/7 availability
  • Fail over individual applications or an entire
    server
  • Fast, simple switching helps address planned
    downtime
  • Comply with regulatory mandates and SLAs

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How MIMIX HA Cluster Works
Ethernet (IP) network attachment
  • Heartbeat monitoring
  • Automated or manual failover
  • Protects against planned and unplanned downtime
  • Switch an individual application or the entire
    server

Heartbeat
Target/Recovery Server
Source/Production Server
Recovery Storage
Protected Storage
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Integrating Clustering and Replication
  • HA Cluster

Production Server
Recovery Server
Cluster Manager
Cluster Manager
ERP
Production Agent
Recovery Agent
Database
Data Tap
LVM
LVM
Device Driver
Device Driver
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Supported Configurations
  • Local Replication
  • Remote Replication - Option Avnet Data Center
  • Local Replication with Remote Cascaded
    Replication
  • Bi-Directional Replication

Local Site
Offsite
Local Replication With Remote Cascading
Remote Replication
Avnet Data Center
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MIMIX for AIX
  • Easy, Affordable and Innovative
  • MIMIX CDP enables Any-Point-in-Time Recovery
  • Automated Role Swap for 24/7 Availability
  • Additional Benefits
  • Remove backup window
  • Provide application data recovery
  • Streamline disaster recovery
  • Enable software testing
  • Better data mining or reporting
  • Weekly Demos
  • Thursday at 8 a.m. 11 a.m. CST
  • Register at
  • http//www.lakeviewtech.com/events/form_AIX_demo.a
    sp

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Vision for Windows
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Technology Overview Replication
Vision for Windows How It Works
Applications
Applications
Operating System
Operating System
File System
File System
Disk Hardware
Disk Hardware
56
Technology Overview Replication
Vision for Windows How It Works
57
Technology Overview Transactions
Vision for Windows How It Works
5K
With Vision for Windows
Only the 5KB of changes, (the transaction) is
sent...
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High Availability
FS1 DB
10.9.9.1
FSMFW
10.9.9.252
FS2
FS1 10.9.9.1 DB
10.9.9.2

DB System Services started on Backup
FS3 WWW
10.9.9.3
Production (Source) Servers
59
Disaster Recovery
Vision for Windows
FS1
Intermediate Server Mexico
Target Server Monterrey
FS2
FS3
Production Mexico
Target Server Monterrey
Production Mexico
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Who Needs Vision for Windows?
  • Single Vendor for multiple platforms
  • Run Backups without Impacting Production
  • Mission Critical Applications
  • Aggressive RPO/RTO
  • Planned/Unplanned Switching

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  • Questions / Comments