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Michelle Coppens : Producer: Well Hello everyone good morning Good afternoon, depending on where you're connecting from today we're excited to see you here today as we talk about discovering vm availability suite version 11 configuration and management.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: My name is Michelle and i'll be your MC for the next hour Thank you again for joining the conversation today.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: Our speaker today is Paul Jensen, Paul has taught IT training courses for the past 10 years he wears multiple hats and he's been exit certified lead vm instructor for the past four years.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: In addition to teaching vmware and mechanics courses it's earning Paul the reputation of being a trusted authority among the it operation professionals, he teaches.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: Alright let's get started with our presentation Paul, you can take it away.
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Paul Jensen: Thanks Michelle good morning everybody or as Michelle said, good afternoon.
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Paul Jensen: And and and where you're at.
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Paul Jensen: Today, what I want to do is go over some of the functionality new functionality and have been be 11 delivers now where I got my list, if you will, is i've you know we've been teaching this now, for the past few weeks and I basically pulled my students, what would you like to see.
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Paul Jensen: So that's where I put my list is this a comprehensive list of all the cool new features of the 11 know there are some really neat additional features that be 11 provides that i'm not going to have time to.
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Paul Jensen: address in here.
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Paul Jensen: I will be demoing most of these, I will show what I can, as we go through.
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Paul Jensen: But will kind of touch on some of those features or bring up some of the points about them and then I will go through, and I will do that DEMO again, please as i'm going through, if you have questions.
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Paul Jensen: put it into the Q amp a in the chat.
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Paul Jensen: They will be monitoring now for me if I don't catch it.
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Paul Jensen: will catch it if it is something that you want to ask later feel free to do that.
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Paul Jensen: But I will be doing it again going over them then we'll DEMO on we'll talk about some of the trainings that are available, along with certifications and then finally we'll open that up to a Q amp a session as well at the end.
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Paul Jensen: So.
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Paul Jensen: let's go ahead and type of jump in so i'm going to start talking about CDP one of the big interests that almost every single student came into my my courses with.
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Paul Jensen: talked about are asked about was continuous data protection that's the new feature, one of the new features that, obviously, if you the 11th This allows us to get down to a minute, a minimum of two seconds for the replication.
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Paul Jensen: talk a little bit how that's accomplished what's involved no actually show you how that set up obviously this is not something for every vironment.
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Paul Jensen: The next feature that was asked to be shown and while we talked about dissing class, we talked about both using class.
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Paul Jensen: Next feature that they that my students wanted to see was how to set up an immutable repository so hardened Linux repository This is again a new fi trivia 11 to help allow you to have.
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Paul Jensen: To mitigate the effects of things like ransomware on site Now I will bring up again a couple of points about that as I go through that and show how that's done.
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Paul Jensen: also show you where you can get been has created an excellent document on how to deploy one of these themselves, so I will show you where that is.
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Paul Jensen: Another quite another thing that people want to see or have asked me about what was the Linux proxy and Linux proxy is not new to be 11 it was first introduced with V 10, this is a V sphere proxy.
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Paul Jensen: But envy 11 this now can support all transport modes and i'll talk a little bit about that as well, what those are where you see that how you can see if yours is properly set up.
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Paul Jensen: course another new feature on the 11 instant vm recovery for any backup to hyper V and I will be demoing that by taking a nice fear backup and doing an instant recovery to hyper V.
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Paul Jensen: and being able to show you how that works.
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Paul Jensen: there's also an idea.
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Paul Jensen: I actually made a typo here instant database published has been around it there's no instant database recovery, there is a slight difference to that we'll talk about what that is.
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Paul Jensen: And what that what can be set up for that there are some really neat features with this to do truly and it's much like an instant vm recovery that's been around for years now.
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Paul Jensen: We can now do that with databases.
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Paul Jensen: bring those up and there is also a new feature, not only with instant database recovery instant vm recovery to V sphere, also has a similar feature where it can Gal be scheduled and i'll show you that, with the instant database recovery, rather than having a DEMO.
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Paul Jensen: DEMO for something is.
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Paul Jensen: really just to show you the same type of interface, but we now have that with 11.
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Paul Jensen: The instant voucher publish so backup nas was new and be 10 really neat feature ability to backup those nas devices.
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Paul Jensen: With that, with V 11 vm was able to come up with a function.
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Paul Jensen: To very similarly show instant vm recovery and beta very scary there's instant disk recovery.
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Paul Jensen: We now can do instant file share publish now, this is a little different i'll show you how this works, where this is, this is a little different than.
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Paul Jensen: instant vm recovery or even instant database recovery, this is a publish and what that means is it's something to mount and make available this is limited to SMB shares and it is a read only file share publish hitting that so.
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Paul Jensen: keep in mind, you know, there are a few considerations for this, this is a first version of this feature it's a very cool cool thing to be able to get your file share back up and available to your.
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Paul Jensen: group your your end users, so they can only access those files, maybe save them locally to look back out onto the file share when it is then of truly up and running and available now this.
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Paul Jensen: My understanding is the plan is to make this an instant file share recovery that has not been deployed yet, but at least on the forums, that is what they're looking at.
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Paul Jensen: Last but not least, is with there is a new feature with the scale out backup repository now, this is one that I will not be able to actually fully DEMO to you, I can show you up to a point, but there's a new feature on here, called the archived here now.
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Paul Jensen: And nine five was an update three a day for.
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Paul Jensen: being introduced the class be capacity tier.
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Paul Jensen: And the 10 they did both instance copy to capacity cheer and move to capacity here.
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Paul Jensen: Where we can now offload or just copy our backups from we call the performance tier your onsite out to a s3 compatible.
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Paul Jensen: object storage layer
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Paul Jensen: ashore St Google.
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Paul Jensen: Amazon, obviously.
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Paul Jensen: Capacity tear well with be 11 people wanted to take that longer so what we've got now is the ability to go out to an archive tier now this currently is only available in two flavors.
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Paul Jensen: it's only available if you have Amazon or, if you have a sure, so your capacity to and they'll show where the capacity carriers must be one of those two in order to see the option for archived here.
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Paul Jensen: So.
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Paul Jensen: With that.
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Paul Jensen: Let me go in and we will open up the DEMO here.
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Paul Jensen: i'm going to pull up my environment.
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Paul Jensen: So we're going to start with CD So you can see i've already got one that I was deleting earlier.
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Paul Jensen: i've got one already up and running, but I want to show you how this works so before you set up CDP you must know something this morning, you must go in to your the sphere environment.
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Paul Jensen: and install what's called an io filter.
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Paul Jensen: Now I O filters are installed at a cluster level, so you must have created a cluster in order to install it.
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Paul Jensen: and mine are already installed.
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Paul Jensen: And you can see here, I do not have that option if I go down to a host itself.
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Paul Jensen: So that is one of the prerequisites you don't have to have anything configured on the cluster you know for those either vmware no don't panic.
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Paul Jensen: You don't have to do that, you just have to configure it there now, if you do have multiple hosts much like I do here and you do the install it will go through, and want to put each one in maintenance mode in order.
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Paul Jensen: i'm telling you this because this it can affect your environment and something's going on it's going to put it into maintenance mode, which will require all those beams to be moved off of it.
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Paul Jensen: gets released moves on to the next one.
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Paul Jensen: So something to plan on when you do if you are going to implement this that is something to keep in mind, so that you are ready for it.
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Paul Jensen: But that is really the main requirement, you have to have that I own filter install.
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Paul Jensen: So when I come back here i'm going to show you how this works and go in i'm going to create a new CDP policy.
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Paul Jensen: Well, this CDP policy.
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Paul Jensen: DEMO.
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Paul Jensen: Are.
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Paul Jensen: The description and says, and you can choose any the.
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Paul Jensen: DEMO.
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Paul Jensen: And this is simply a windows 2016 vm it doesn't have anything on it, except for the last.
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Paul Jensen: But it's a pretty good size for you.
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Paul Jensen: So we've got that set up and then you choose where, am I going to send it to now, you can send it to a specific host you can send it to a cluster.
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Paul Jensen: and choose a Co host here.
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Paul Jensen: You click OK it's going to go in find the resource pool if you're used to beam already you'll be semi familiar with this is very similar to replicate shun environment don't really want to do.
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Paul Jensen: That particular data stores so i'm going to change the data store.
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Paul Jensen: and go next Nelly got a proxy there is a lot of data being pulled very quickly, so, while I have automatic selection here i'm going to force this to go to not the one that's on my dvr server.
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Paul Jensen: But one that's on that I have that's dedicated it's still a vm but it's not sharing the resources that might be vr server now how do I know if I have enough resources.
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Paul Jensen: demons provided this nice little button here or tests.
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Paul Jensen: When you click the test it gathers information from vmware, this is not taking any snapshots there are no certain times.
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Paul Jensen: This is going to look and it's going to say based off of that vm performance over the past week I recall.
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Paul Jensen: This is the kind of resources for the source and target we need vm also tries to be generous So if you look at that you go wow that's a lot.
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Paul Jensen: really take a look at your proxy when you're doing that to see what's actually required like I said, this one is not doing anything, it is literally just a windows vm sitting there looking pretty on its own.
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Paul Jensen: But this will give you an idea of the kind of resources, you may need for your proxy and proxies can be again can be these proxies can be physical they can be virtual it's up to you.
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Paul Jensen: So once you've got that i'll leave the little underscore replica as its option, now we get to choose our retention policy.
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Paul Jensen: As I said earlier, the minimum retention policy is two seconds now what that means is we pull data for one second and we push data for the second second.
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Paul Jensen: So two seconds in the really does recommend you go below 1515 is the recommendation, can you go lower, yes, but again that's the general recommendation now how long do you want to handle those 15 second intervals.
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Paul Jensen: The default is four hours, but we can choose hours, and we can choose minutes, so how long do I want to keep this retention policy stuff every in this case i'm going to leave it at 15 seconds.
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Paul Jensen: Now this is all getting logged and i'll show you this in a minute on my inside my vmware environment, this is all getting stored on the data store in your vmware environment.
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Paul Jensen: This is not sitting on a repository anywhere anything like that.
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Paul Jensen: Now, obviously over time.
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Paul Jensen: You know I may want to have longer term retention, so how often do you want me to create additional restore points.
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Paul Jensen: So you can set that again for any number of hours you can then have those or X number of days, and you can even if it is a.
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Paul Jensen: APP consistent setting, which is coming up with the guests processing, I can do it an application consistent or I can make it.
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Paul Jensen: crash, consistent and these are more for those long term, you do not have that choice with a short term there's not enough time to call us anything you're you're doing this in you know.
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Paul Jensen: 15 said, even if it's a 15 seconds that's too short of time to try to create as we're doing these reads and writes too fast.
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Paul Jensen: Does the process, yes, so well not I don't believe it does, really, let me take well we'll take a look, but I don't believe that the test requirement changes I would suggest, if you wanted shorter probably you're going to want to make sure that proxy is.
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Paul Jensen: relatively close but, as you can see yeah this this time has gone on this one hasn't been very long it actually went down.
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Paul Jensen: I don't believe that actually had anything to do.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: is actually treat that question out loud Paul.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: can't see these.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: questions.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: I, so no worries Michael wrote does the proxy requirements change if we change the rpm to less than 15 seconds.
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Paul Jensen: And I.
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Paul Jensen: read that night my brain read that out loud, but it read it read it out loud to itself very quietly.
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Paul Jensen: Thank you.
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Paul Jensen: For catching me on that one, but you can see that doesn't change I just did that back up to 15 and the required bandwidth didn't change, nor did the memory requirements on that.
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Paul Jensen: So.
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Paul Jensen: At least there, I would suggest, probably keeping an eye on that proxy like I said vm is being generous generally in those rules in that test so.
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Paul Jensen: I would keep an eye on the proxy if it does seem like it's becoming overworked obviously add more resources if it is a virtual machine or you may want to make some adjustments, but.
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Paul Jensen: Should not it's not going to change the test.
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Paul Jensen: To change real life.
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Paul Jensen: Definitely, but then again just your utilization can change realize.
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Paul Jensen: More change, there is the more that's going to the resources it's going to be.
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Paul Jensen: Good question Thank you appreciate that.
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Paul Jensen: So.
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Paul Jensen: Again, this has no application aware processing that needs to happen on it, but you can do that Jim that's only for the long term retention short term retention has no application aware processing being done on it.
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Paul Jensen: Only for long term and i'm not going to enable it on this one, because it's not going to really help us and and then, once we apply that this is just simply a policy will inject that policy here.
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Paul Jensen: And it's going to start doing that initial sync.
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Paul Jensen: Now, what I do want to show you because this other one here it's been thinking for a bit I did that I kick that one off this morning amen to actually doing a synced of a vm That has nothing, it is literally a blank vm.
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Paul Jensen: So if I come up here and I show you my cdb DEMO you can see it's a Linux vm that really is you look at that there's nothing on it it's saying hey I can't boot.
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Paul Jensen: Because I didn't install anything so I just wanted something that was quick was easy to wouldn't replicate very quickly for me.
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Paul Jensen: But we have that now, if I come over here and I look at the replica that i've made of this so right now.
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Paul Jensen: The other one was the.
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Paul Jensen: My pbr DEMO here.
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Paul Jensen: It will show up eventually down here is it start there we go it's already starting to do that initial replica but if I look here you'll notice.
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Paul Jensen: I have no snapshots.
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Paul Jensen: And there's no stamps we don't make snaps for this, and I wanted to point this out.
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Paul Jensen: So it does not matter if it's got long term retention short term retention no snapshots are ever made on that particular vm.
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Paul Jensen: So if I come out of here and I look at where it's actually being stored.
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Paul Jensen: TIM oh.
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Paul Jensen: There we go.
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Paul Jensen: teach a pbr em are number one CDP DEMO sorry.
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Paul Jensen: get the right one, there is my replica.
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Paul Jensen: For those of you that are vmware people, you will notice, there are a lot more files in here, then you might be used to seeing this is what's happening, and all of those that metadata all of those transactions everything that's happening is getting recorded and it's stored on the repository.
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Paul Jensen: or sorry not on the report on the PC that's what happens when I talk to talk about this on the data store and the repository we're not using a repository there was no place that said hold night metadata here you're used to any normal replication being that doesn't exist here.
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Paul Jensen: Some very everything's done here, even the long term ones are stored here and they're not sort of snaps we never the only time you might see a snap is on the first replica run when we're doing the replication that very first copy after that that snap gets.
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Paul Jensen: Because gotten rid of we do the CDP policy.
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Paul Jensen: And it all gets stored here now what that looks like.
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Paul Jensen: down here to my replicas ready.
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Paul Jensen: i'll do my CDP jello.
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Paul Jensen: You can see this.
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Paul Jensen: Now, if I go to a given point in time.
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Paul Jensen: here's that given point in time.
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Paul Jensen: Every 15 seconds i'm going to use my arrow keys.
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Paul Jensen: If I had this back far enough, which, unfortunately, I do not, you would see a crash consistent point periodically.
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Paul Jensen: There we go there's my crashed my one crash consistent point this morning to get a little darker.
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Paul Jensen: And then, if I had an older ones for long term, you would see those as well here.
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Paul Jensen: And that's how that is done.
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Paul Jensen: So that is the CDP policy, you can see that still getting.
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Paul Jensen: Set up here with that initial think.
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Paul Jensen: it's gonna replicate that whole hard drive not doing too bad.
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Paul Jensen: two men complete.
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Paul Jensen: So that's CDP those are the steps to set it up it's actually very quick.
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Paul Jensen: You can only an Action point this out, while we're here you'll notice, I have a fail over now add to a fail over plan fail back, I cannot do a planned fail over there's not another deltas in their.
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Paul Jensen: plan veil over says replicated shutdown replicate power on.
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Paul Jensen: So that is one thing you cannot do with this.
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Paul Jensen: Excuse me.
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Paul Jensen: So that's CBP comes.
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Paul Jensen: back.
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Paul Jensen: So the next thing I want to show is the immutability.
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Paul Jensen: Now, before I get into this i'm going to share a page here.
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Paul Jensen: And this is from the user guide, so this anybody can do a search and find this, this is a step by step walkthrough So yes, you can come back here, you can listen to me.
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Paul Jensen: Or you can simply go out to themes user manual, which is a great tool and it will walk you through creating a folder on your Linux server assigning it.
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Paul Jensen: giving it the correct permissions men adding it.
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Paul Jensen: So it's right out there, but I am going to share and show you this now, I have already created a Linux system.
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Paul Jensen: As you can see, this is my repository so i've created a share mount point so 100 gig and i've created a user called repo user that's the owner and i've given them an only them well them in route read, write access we great believe access they're the only ones that can walk in here.
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Paul Jensen: So they're lying.
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Paul Jensen: Dedicated user.
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Paul Jensen: But.
00:27:54.210 --> 00:27:56.040
Paul Jensen: So once you've done that.
00:27:57.600 --> 00:28:00.000
Paul Jensen: Now we're going to our infrastructure.
00:28:01.170 --> 00:28:03.990
Paul Jensen: When we say all right, I want to do a backup repository.
00:28:07.230 --> 00:28:08.580
Paul Jensen: Data repository.
00:28:20.940 --> 00:28:22.470
Paul Jensen: Direct attached storage.
00:28:43.290 --> 00:28:43.950
Paul Jensen: DEMO.
00:28:52.380 --> 00:28:55.140
Paul Jensen: And just click that one out.
00:28:57.930 --> 00:29:04.140
Paul Jensen: Now I have not added this Linux server in now is intentionally.
00:29:06.420 --> 00:29:15.900
Paul Jensen: And I don't have it set up to my gain so i'm going to cheat and simply use the IP address.
00:29:17.400 --> 00:29:26.070
Paul Jensen: And I here's the here's, the key is how you're adding it, this is the new way to add this server.
00:29:27.300 --> 00:29:27.540
Paul Jensen: and
00:29:29.940 --> 00:29:37.620
Paul Jensen: mo what are you doing oh I picked the wrong one I apologize that was me sorry click Linux back there, I did not.
00:29:39.690 --> 00:29:41.910
Paul Jensen: Know fat finger did I apologize.
00:29:44.010 --> 00:29:45.780
Paul Jensen: I did want to do direct attach.
00:29:47.670 --> 00:29:52.980
Paul Jensen: When I wanted to choose Linux that was me clicking too fast so.
00:29:54.690 --> 00:29:56.940
Paul Jensen: you'd have all three phone.
00:29:58.350 --> 00:29:58.860
Paul Jensen: Oh.
00:30:00.120 --> 00:30:02.940
Paul Jensen: Next, now look like arrived now.
00:30:08.910 --> 00:30:22.860
Paul Jensen: here's where we get a new one, and this is the key it's single use credentials, so one of the things I had to do was I had to create a user, that was a non privileged to non you root user.
00:30:24.600 --> 00:30:30.900
Paul Jensen: For this, so i'm going to use that you thought was repo user.
00:30:32.670 --> 00:30:33.780
Paul Jensen: or sorry the repo.
00:30:38.100 --> 00:30:38.760
Paul Jensen: I swear.
00:30:40.350 --> 00:30:46.890
Paul Jensen: Now I do want to share something here beam it For those of you that have been around being for a while, you know, there is a a.
00:30:47.400 --> 00:30:59.430
Paul Jensen: Best Practice site and the best practice site is great, however, if you're doing this and you're using that as a walk through there is something that you need to be aware of.
00:31:01.950 --> 00:31:12.810
Paul Jensen: Lives does not show that you check the elevates now you don't want to add the user, this is just to install so you do need to elevate it.
00:31:15.000 --> 00:31:16.590
Paul Jensen: And do those that's you if.
00:31:18.390 --> 00:31:20.100
Paul Jensen: You know pseudo sales.
00:31:24.330 --> 00:31:28.260
Paul Jensen: And this will only show up here now.
00:31:30.000 --> 00:31:40.830
Paul Jensen: If I come back through which i'll show you here in a moment later this will no longer show up this is this user is there, once.
00:31:44.280 --> 00:31:50.640
Paul Jensen: After that we create a it's never stored in the credentials on the vr server.
00:31:51.840 --> 00:32:11.580
Paul Jensen: It creates that trust relationship The other thing I want to point out, is here you'll notice there's a transport service, so this is also in Novi 11th feature prior to be 11 the Linux repositories would get the transport service installed dynamically.
00:32:13.290 --> 00:32:17.370
Paul Jensen: Now it actually will reside on that repository.
00:32:19.590 --> 00:32:30.120
Paul Jensen: So we're going to do, then let the install go through here and make sure, everything is installed and get the beam data mover service out there, this will take a minute or two.
00:32:32.220 --> 00:32:43.830
Paul Jensen: To go through and get set up, but again, you want to make sure that you have only done the single use, and while we're talking about this, of course, as with anything.
00:32:47.490 --> 00:33:03.510
Paul Jensen: This is only as secure as your environment makes it visit secure from the vm perspective, however, if you've got somebody who can go in and set up the console of this vm or sort of earth it's physical, how are you got this setup.
00:33:06.600 --> 00:33:12.240
Paul Jensen: And yet that root level access well, they can go in and do that.
00:33:13.800 --> 00:33:24.450
Paul Jensen: it's not something that is you know again we're not protecting against you know men in the chair man in the middle attacks, where they're sitting here.
00:33:26.280 --> 00:33:30.480
Paul Jensen: So we've got that server there we'll go next tells me about it.
00:33:31.500 --> 00:33:33.120
Paul Jensen: Now I can populate that.
00:33:39.630 --> 00:33:43.770
Paul Jensen: Go out find my repo.
00:33:45.990 --> 00:33:46.800
Paul Jensen: Next.
00:33:54.450 --> 00:33:56.730
Paul Jensen: check that Linux server make sure it's there.
00:34:06.480 --> 00:34:17.760
Paul Jensen: it's there and I did enable that if you recall, like in point this out, but if you were paying attention, I did format this with X fs, but this is your key right here.
00:34:19.170 --> 00:34:23.460
Paul Jensen: there's the immutability How long do you want to make this immutable.
00:34:27.780 --> 00:34:28.080
Paul Jensen: yeah.
00:34:32.580 --> 00:34:33.450
Paul Jensen: There is your limit.
00:34:34.680 --> 00:34:39.270
Paul Jensen: and realize, you can do can do 9009 99,999.
00:34:43.140 --> 00:34:45.240
Paul Jensen: If you have the space for that kind of thing.
00:34:48.540 --> 00:34:54.840
Paul Jensen: Just remember again anything like any other immutability immutability starts from where you said it.
00:34:58.500 --> 00:35:04.260
Paul Jensen: You said it going forward that's the immutability for anything that gets moved in here.
00:35:08.640 --> 00:35:10.500
Paul Jensen: So you can also come in here.
00:35:12.150 --> 00:35:14.190
Paul Jensen: Like the perfect chain files.
00:35:18.990 --> 00:35:22.800
Paul Jensen: For next and the rest of this goes through.
00:35:26.550 --> 00:35:27.690
Paul Jensen: As you would expect.
00:35:33.180 --> 00:35:37.410
Paul Jensen: Right user maybe I didn't put in the right user no it wouldn't have gotten in.
00:35:42.990 --> 00:35:43.740
Paul Jensen: may not have.
00:35:45.330 --> 00:35:46.140
Paul Jensen: gotten that far.
00:35:50.070 --> 00:35:51.030
Paul Jensen: interesting.
00:35:56.040 --> 00:35:57.780
Paul Jensen: There we go just wasn't happy.
00:36:02.550 --> 00:36:07.500
Paul Jensen: Tina timed out there, so go ahead and do that apply.
00:36:08.640 --> 00:36:09.600
Paul Jensen: Now it's okay.
00:36:13.020 --> 00:36:19.230
Paul Jensen: Sorry, occasionally, the home lab does little things that I am I pointing to sunspots.
00:36:26.580 --> 00:36:29.850
Paul Jensen: But this will go through, oh no we're still getting that.
00:36:31.830 --> 00:36:35.100
Paul Jensen: Oh, I know what it is, I actually do know what this is.
00:36:36.990 --> 00:36:37.710
Paul Jensen: it's bad.
00:36:40.710 --> 00:36:42.060
Paul Jensen: The file names already there.
00:36:46.080 --> 00:36:48.960
Paul Jensen: Get rid of the founding they don't have permissions.
00:37:00.780 --> 00:37:05.670
Paul Jensen: we'll go through, and should play everything know for sure it was right.
00:37:09.990 --> 00:37:13.110
Paul Jensen: may have picked that RON user, that was not good of me.
00:37:18.660 --> 00:37:23.220
Paul Jensen: I apologize, this is not working, I had it working this morning.
00:37:24.600 --> 00:37:27.720
Paul Jensen: You were on the right one, yes, yes, yes.
00:37:32.040 --> 00:37:36.240
Paul Jensen: bring up the one that i've got because I do already have a immutable.
00:37:38.970 --> 00:37:40.980
Paul Jensen: slightly different IP address.
00:37:42.930 --> 00:37:44.280
Paul Jensen: You can actually see.
00:37:46.410 --> 00:37:50.190
Paul Jensen: Law thing in here, I think I may have put in my username.
00:37:52.050 --> 00:37:52.800
Paul Jensen: That I needed.
00:38:00.000 --> 00:38:02.970
Paul Jensen: But this one is already set up that you can see.
00:38:06.090 --> 00:38:07.110
Paul Jensen: With everything.
00:38:09.390 --> 00:38:10.320
Paul Jensen: Pre configured.
00:38:15.960 --> 00:38:26.910
Paul Jensen: Now I do want to show something really quick here go back again I can make this change, but it's only going to change anything that gets put on there going forward.
00:38:29.400 --> 00:38:32.010
Michelle Coppens : Producer: We have a question in the chat or in the Q amp a.
00:38:32.460 --> 00:38:33.060
Paul Jensen: mm hmm.
00:38:33.360 --> 00:38:38.070
Michelle Coppens : Producer: If you put the wrong username can you not recover since it's only.
00:38:38.460 --> 00:38:39.180
Paul Jensen: shows only.
00:38:39.240 --> 00:38:40.170
Michelle Coppens : Producer: shows at once.
00:38:40.440 --> 00:38:44.790
Paul Jensen: that's a great question and what you would need to do.
00:38:45.840 --> 00:39:09.690
Paul Jensen: To truly recover is actually I would need to remove that particular one because, like you said it does only happened once, so what I would need to do is simply come in here remove this and we added so it's not a horrible thing to do, so I just need to.
00:39:14.880 --> 00:39:18.780
Paul Jensen: remove it, I don't think I need a pseudo but well, thank.
00:39:21.420 --> 00:39:25.440
Paul Jensen: Oh it's better to be safe than sorry, in this instance, and it will remove that.
00:39:26.700 --> 00:39:30.300
Paul Jensen: So you will have to go back and re add that Linux.
00:39:31.500 --> 00:39:32.730
Paul Jensen: If you got the wrong user.
00:39:37.980 --> 00:39:39.660
Paul Jensen: Well that's done oh there we go.
00:39:41.160 --> 00:39:46.260
Paul Jensen: So I am going to pull up my other one here was the 87.
00:39:47.490 --> 00:39:48.660
Paul Jensen: need to rename these.
00:39:50.490 --> 00:39:59.490
Paul Jensen: Oh no that's not it, it is 89, so I do want to point out again so to your question whether that was.
00:40:01.920 --> 00:40:02.460
Paul Jensen: lauren.
00:40:04.350 --> 00:40:05.460
Paul Jensen: As you can see.
00:40:06.540 --> 00:40:10.590
Paul Jensen: That user is not started credentials and I did want to point that out.
00:40:11.850 --> 00:40:17.970
Paul Jensen: That was a great question So yes, you can you would need to go through and Riyadh.
00:40:23.490 --> 00:40:24.900
Paul Jensen: Question Thank you.
00:40:27.360 --> 00:40:28.380
Paul Jensen: Other questions well i'm.
00:40:30.780 --> 00:40:33.240
Paul Jensen: used to doing that is usually fallen ones coming.
00:40:40.200 --> 00:40:40.860
Paul Jensen: So.
00:40:42.510 --> 00:40:57.960
Paul Jensen: And so I do want to point out, while we're here, so any other thing anything else, because this will move on this is the repository I said you shall come back in here if you need to change that immutability timeframe.
00:41:00.510 --> 00:41:05.220
Paul Jensen: You go back to your repository not from server me back to the repository.
00:41:09.510 --> 00:41:22.500
Paul Jensen: And you simply come into the repository and change it just keep in mind, like all immutability the change takes place on things going forward.
00:41:23.820 --> 00:41:41.730
Paul Jensen: So again, if I don't know you back at backups that I have done, because I have used this repo the backups I have done our seven days, if I change this to 10 days, then going forward any new backups are 10 days.
00:41:42.750 --> 00:41:47.160
Paul Jensen: mutability change changes only from the point of.
00:41:49.140 --> 00:41:50.340
Paul Jensen: Definition, if you will.
00:41:54.090 --> 00:41:55.560
Paul Jensen: Or if I want to lower that.
00:42:04.560 --> 00:42:09.510
Paul Jensen: So the next thing is we're working on keeping an eye down there on time as well.
00:42:10.620 --> 00:42:25.860
Paul Jensen: backup proxies, so this is a pretty quick one to kind of show, but this is one of my favorite little things here, that being this done and that is to enable the backup proxy any existing backup prophecy should have that might have been Linux.
00:42:26.910 --> 00:42:41.280
Paul Jensen: and any going forward now support all transport modes, prior to the 11th and actually I should say just envy 10 because the only time you get out of Linux back a proxy you're only mode was virtual appliance mode.
00:42:42.300 --> 00:42:54.210
Paul Jensen: Now, was it yet, however, now, it does support correct storage access network mode it even supports we even be needing support backup from storage snapshots.
00:42:54.690 --> 00:43:10.020
Paul Jensen: With this provided it's not a nas device so we're using I scuzzy fibre channel, we cannot this time use matches with this for backup from storage snapshots that's the.
00:43:10.980 --> 00:43:23.250
Paul Jensen: main limitation that i've come across for the Linux report proxy but again very easy, and it will automatically do this itself.
00:43:24.330 --> 00:43:31.650
Paul Jensen: And minded this I upgraded from 10 to 11 it will change the transport mode to this automatically.
00:43:33.630 --> 00:43:38.310
Paul Jensen: You use a backup proxy for restores from cloud, are you talking about over.
00:43:38.760 --> 00:43:42.150
Paul Jensen: So this is a question came in, can you use a backup proxy.
00:43:42.480 --> 00:43:43.920
Paul Jensen: For restores from the cloud.
00:43:45.300 --> 00:43:53.010
Paul Jensen: Are you talking about you know what cloud service are you talking about being cloud connect.
00:43:56.040 --> 00:44:06.630
Paul Jensen: Are you talking about like backup or restoring directly from, say, a backup for Amazon or cold cloud storage.
00:44:08.790 --> 00:44:16.620
Paul Jensen: So the capacity tier capacity tier because with the archive here, I will bring that up since our criteria is is the new.
00:44:17.730 --> 00:44:22.170
Paul Jensen: archive tier does have to temporarily move that data so.
00:44:24.060 --> 00:44:33.120
Paul Jensen: The follow up to that was close cold cloud storage, if you can hold that if you're talking about the archive tier if you can you know.
00:44:33.510 --> 00:44:42.630
Paul Jensen: state that, if that is what you're talking about if you can hold that for just a little bit when I get to that that towards the end I will i'll talk about what happens there.
00:44:43.980 --> 00:44:46.020
Paul Jensen: that's actually a couple of steps.
00:44:51.270 --> 00:45:07.350
Paul Jensen: All right, so yeah so hold on we'll talk about with the arcade tier one is well sort of similar, but I will talk briefly about that question, so the first one is restoring from cloud or warm so remind me.
00:45:08.550 --> 00:45:15.570
Paul Jensen: Michelle if you can remind me that I don't forget, even though i'm looking at it, I will I will address that.
00:45:20.520 --> 00:45:30.330
Paul Jensen: But I didn't want to clean out the proxies here that that's a new feature, and I do know number of students that were excited about that, because they want to use more Linux.
00:45:32.040 --> 00:45:32.940
Paul Jensen: always a good thing.
00:45:37.980 --> 00:45:40.050
Paul Jensen: So couple of other things here we're.
00:45:41.250 --> 00:45:43.470
Paul Jensen: Taking a lot a bit longer than I thought I was going to.
00:45:45.240 --> 00:45:53.610
Paul Jensen: So i'm going to show you very quickly a few additional things here, but still wanted, you know, take the time to do and show you correctly.
00:45:54.090 --> 00:46:04.740
Paul Jensen: So i'm going to show you in a instant vm recovery i'm going to just kick this off and let it start going so i'm going to do an instant recovery, this is a vm that is sitting on a V sphere environment.
00:46:07.140 --> 00:46:09.450
Paul Jensen: So well do an instant.
00:46:10.560 --> 00:46:16.440
Paul Jensen: here's me going and not clicking where I want to do so.
00:46:17.520 --> 00:46:19.560
Paul Jensen: In an instant recovery of this vm.
00:46:20.670 --> 00:46:26.820
Paul Jensen: Go out I only have one hyper V Host City down in my environments right now.
00:46:29.730 --> 00:46:30.960
Paul Jensen: Next.
00:46:32.940 --> 00:46:35.490
Paul Jensen: Yes, I know I have a data sovereignty issue there.
00:46:37.350 --> 00:46:39.660
Paul Jensen: are not in the right same locations.
00:46:41.040 --> 00:46:44.310
Paul Jensen: i'm not going to bother connecting it because this one is on.
00:46:46.410 --> 00:46:51.300
Paul Jensen: So we can do a nice save there but we're going to go ahead and.
00:46:52.680 --> 00:46:53.610
Paul Jensen: It will power it on.
00:46:55.860 --> 00:46:57.240
Paul Jensen: And this will go through.
00:46:58.320 --> 00:47:08.970
Paul Jensen: And if I want to actually see this, this is my hyper V environment, you can see it, this not excited you know exist out here right now.
00:47:10.200 --> 00:47:12.750
Paul Jensen: minimize that while it is going through.
00:47:14.670 --> 00:47:16.050
Paul Jensen: and restoring.
00:47:20.160 --> 00:47:21.420
Paul Jensen: Right i'm going to go ahead.
00:47:23.550 --> 00:47:24.300
Paul Jensen: and
00:47:26.550 --> 00:47:28.950
Paul Jensen: let this go through it won't take too long.
00:47:43.980 --> 00:47:46.200
Paul Jensen: modifying it because it is on a different.
00:47:47.340 --> 00:47:48.120
Paul Jensen: environment.
00:47:51.690 --> 00:47:54.120
Paul Jensen: You can see it's already showing up here.
00:48:03.180 --> 00:48:04.080
Paul Jensen: turn on.
00:48:05.100 --> 00:48:06.750
Paul Jensen: and become available.
00:48:15.690 --> 00:48:16.740
Paul Jensen: i'm gonna let that.
00:48:18.420 --> 00:48:25.950
Paul Jensen: Close as it is showing here it's not quite complete but rather than do this because i'm watching time.
00:48:26.730 --> 00:48:36.540
Paul Jensen: I do want to show you a couple of things other things here i'm going to go a little out of order, because one of them will happen very quickly the other one will take them a little more time.
00:48:37.740 --> 00:48:41.040
Paul Jensen: Sunday i'm going to do a really quick thing of instant file share.
00:48:42.870 --> 00:48:45.780
Paul Jensen: And then share does require SMB.
00:48:47.070 --> 00:48:52.710
Paul Jensen: I can see, this is, I wouldn't stay here, but, in all honesty, all you're now doing is waiting.
00:48:54.660 --> 00:49:08.820
Paul Jensen: So we'll show you that that is up and running here in a bit, but the SMB, so this is instant file share recovery, as you can see, all I have to do is find that file share and do an instant file share recovering.
00:49:10.320 --> 00:49:15.330
Paul Jensen: The mount server will use the default mount server or I can specify where I want it to mount.
00:49:17.010 --> 00:49:17.400
Paul Jensen: and
00:49:19.200 --> 00:49:23.010
Paul Jensen: it's going to check that file server make sure it's valid for this.
00:49:28.920 --> 00:49:29.460
Paul Jensen: Now.
00:49:30.870 --> 00:49:31.830
Paul Jensen: you'll notice.
00:49:32.850 --> 00:49:40.320
Paul Jensen: This does show the owner account the permissions if that didn't choose or I wanted to choose a different owner, I can.
00:49:42.270 --> 00:49:44.430
Paul Jensen: So you can change.
00:49:46.770 --> 00:49:50.670
Paul Jensen: The owner, and you can even change permissions.
00:49:52.800 --> 00:49:56.310
Paul Jensen: But it is read only.
00:49:58.440 --> 00:50:02.430
Paul Jensen: So there is no way to edit this people cannot delete.
00:50:05.100 --> 00:50:13.320
Paul Jensen: But this will pop up just like my instant recovery will close, that is, it mounts pop up here.
00:50:14.670 --> 00:50:19.080
Paul Jensen: You can now see it's waiting for me for that.
00:50:21.510 --> 00:50:23.940
Paul Jensen: hyper V Why did I move that over here.
00:50:26.910 --> 00:50:33.510
Paul Jensen: It changed screens, for some reason there it is, in my ivory.
00:50:34.980 --> 00:50:37.230
Paul Jensen: So that one is now up and running.
00:50:38.970 --> 00:50:41.910
Paul Jensen: Inside my hyper V environment.
00:50:47.940 --> 00:50:52.260
Paul Jensen: And I can i'm just going to stop publishing that I don't need to fail over.
00:50:53.520 --> 00:51:03.510
Paul Jensen: This one has been published already it took all of 11 seconds, or so I can't simply click to open the file share.
00:51:04.680 --> 00:51:12.690
Paul Jensen: If I wanted to say that says my configuration backup, this is one of the places I do, that I wanted to try to delete one of these in with say.
00:51:15.600 --> 00:51:16.410
Paul Jensen: try again.
00:51:18.570 --> 00:51:29.610
Paul Jensen: it's all right protected again if you want to modify these you've got you store them locally make your edits when the file shares back up and running.
00:51:30.870 --> 00:51:35.550
Paul Jensen: Fully you could do this, but this is a way to get people access.
00:51:43.500 --> 00:51:44.430
Paul Jensen: take very long.
00:51:49.320 --> 00:51:51.420
Paul Jensen: And then, let me.
00:51:53.550 --> 00:51:56.340
Paul Jensen: pull this last little thing up here.
00:51:59.430 --> 00:52:09.510
Paul Jensen: i'm just going to show where this is hopefully very quickly, because I do have that one question outstanding and we have a couple of things to to talk.
00:52:19.830 --> 00:52:28.650
Paul Jensen: So this is the instant recovery i'm going to choose to go to a different server pick the current one.
00:52:30.870 --> 00:52:35.130
Paul Jensen: actually say to come to this systems 2016.
00:52:38.220 --> 00:52:40.110
Paul Jensen: Is my local post.
00:52:43.860 --> 00:52:45.570
Paul Jensen: want to change the database name.
00:52:46.680 --> 00:52:48.240
Paul Jensen: Words because this one.
00:53:07.980 --> 00:53:11.190
Paul Jensen: file otherwise again, it will overwrite.
00:53:14.880 --> 00:53:24.870
Paul Jensen: No change everything there thanks and here's what I wanted to mainly show here so i'm doing an instant database recovery to a different location.
00:53:25.710 --> 00:53:36.120
Paul Jensen: or to the same location, this is the new feature well, the fact that I can do it as a new feature in London, this is new on instant vm recovery to the same to.
00:53:37.200 --> 00:53:47.070
Paul Jensen: That you can do a automatic fail over, and this is another thing you can set up here where it's once I get everything up and deployed.
00:53:48.900 --> 00:54:00.330
Paul Jensen: And i've actually recovered it to production, do you want me to, because we have to shut down the original to bring it back up and once we finish everything off do you want it to happen automatically as soon as it's done.
00:54:00.900 --> 00:54:08.850
Paul Jensen: Do you want to do it yourself so Sydney Marion instant recover, or you know I want to do that at midnight when i'm asleep.
00:54:12.240 --> 00:54:14.160
Paul Jensen: You can set anytime you want.
00:54:15.750 --> 00:54:22.620
Paul Jensen: This is a really neat feature it helps so that you can do those switch overs.
00:54:23.700 --> 00:54:28.680
Paul Jensen: scheduled rather than sit there and have to babysit.
00:54:31.680 --> 00:54:33.480
Paul Jensen: I know that was a little quick.
00:54:35.160 --> 00:54:46.590
Paul Jensen: But I did want to also get to this last question here before I turn it back over to go over a couple other things in the slides and tell everybody.
00:54:47.940 --> 00:55:02.310
Paul Jensen: Their day So if you do have additional questions on that i'm leaving it up and running there or on anything, please ask, but that last question is dealing with restoring from the cloud or warm so if you're restoring from.
00:55:03.420 --> 00:55:06.030
Paul Jensen: A repository out in.
00:55:07.470 --> 00:55:20.850
Paul Jensen: The cloud a capacity tier or even an archive here to do the archive tier, you will have to bring it back now that's something because it's usually unbelief sure or you're.
00:55:22.260 --> 00:55:28.470
Paul Jensen: not thinking of these your long term storage terminology think that's basically yet.
00:55:29.730 --> 00:55:30.720
Paul Jensen: Sure archive.
00:55:33.270 --> 00:55:44.100
Paul Jensen: You have to tell it to you because that's not cheap now beam is very good about things like that we are watching the metadata so we're only going to bring back the bits we need.
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Paul Jensen: we're also going to warn you before because you're going to tell us how long you want it local before we push it back now that out there from from archive to capacity is done through a.
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Paul Jensen: Temporary proxy that's deployed out inside as your you know Amazon.
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Paul Jensen: Bringing it all the way out, you will be you will be using a proxy of some kind.
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Paul Jensen: So well you know, a transfer of some kind, but what he will really be doing that point we do have to get it back in so what really happens.
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Paul Jensen: Is if you're doing this you're on a scale out repository.
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Paul Jensen: So that scale out repository for me has to performance tiers and the capacity tier if I want to restore anything from the capacity tier.
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Paul Jensen: It moves it down to the performance tier first so we're not using a proxy for that we're using a proxy to restore from.
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Paul Jensen: The performance tier so all restores are done from the performance tier, even if we have to move the data from the capacity to your first.
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Paul Jensen: Now we will only lose data necessary so, for instance, if I have a forever forward or any kind of a backup chain and some of that data because it's.
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Paul Jensen: None been unchanged, is still part of my local storage being has that understanding through its metadata of what's where and it will only pull from those tears because it's slower and it's.
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Paul Jensen: more expensive if it needs to so it's not going to pull right through a proxy from a cloud or an archive in that regard, it does have to be pulled down into using the transfer method of the scale out repository into the performance chair does that make sense.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: We have a question asking.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: For what the recommended trainings and associate.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: Certain certifications are can you.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: Talk about some upcoming trainings.
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Paul Jensen: Definitely that's where I was going next, so thank you recommended trainings.
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Paul Jensen: been availability sweet configuration and management.
00:58:22.650 --> 00:58:28.980
Paul Jensen: We taught the SEM, this is a three day training, this has been out for a very short time for the 11.
00:58:30.420 --> 00:58:36.660
Paul Jensen: This will give you that technical hands on deep dive into configuring administrating theme.
00:58:37.440 --> 00:58:46.170
Paul Jensen: Not everything in here is covered, we have a couple of things that are duplicates a little bit, but we do cover quite a bit more, because it is three days.
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Paul Jensen: This is also associated with a been certified engineer of emc certification 2021 highly recommend people go out and grab that it's a great certification.
00:58:58.710 --> 00:59:08.100
Paul Jensen: And it gives you a new know Q4 you code if you'd ever need to call theme, I highly recommend people that to go out there and get that.
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Paul Jensen: The being backup and replication architecture and design, this is exactly what it says, this is a two day course.
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Paul Jensen: I do recommend you have a simulated the beam training the configuration and management or are very familiar with beam before setting that course it's a great course.
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Paul Jensen: It is it goes through the design process the the architecture methodology is was developed by vm solution architects, so this is what they use to create those deployment models.
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Paul Jensen: Again re certification great course you can learn quite a bit in it, I love teaching i've taught to be 10 course i'm currently getting certified for the 11 I see we've got to be 11 certified instructor out there listening in to me.
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Paul Jensen: Yes, I saw you.
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Paul Jensen: too, I think, is one of the best instructors i've heard and wisdom to so I know best, not just the same shameless plug ed's because I know he's a great path.
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Paul Jensen: You know he's been handling those and I can get myself and have some time to breathe and spin up on it i'm sure that till continue to do so.
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Paul Jensen: As as we work together so both are great options if you're looking for that hands on though that first one is the one you want to look at.
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Paul Jensen: The other one is a much more again architecture cool course, this is something that if you are architect in multiple or a very complex environment that you wouldn't looked at.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: Thank you all so much for sticking around to your watch the demos to learn about vm we have a couple great comments and questions in the Q amp a and I just want to.
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Michelle Coppens : Producer: let you know that we will be reaching out to you directly, very soon, I to get in touch and answer some other questions you may have hope you all enjoy the rest of your day Paul thanks again for an excellent presentation.
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Paul Jensen: Thank you, I appreciate everybody's patience in waiting and going through all those demos, so thank you.