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Integrated Data Protection ApplianceVersion 2.5Resiliency GuideREV. 01March 2020This document contains the following topics:lPreface......................................................................................................................2lResiliency overview....................................................................................................2lRecovering from component failures.........................................................................4DRAFTDELL EMC CONFIDENTIAL
PrefaceAs part of an effort to improve product lines, periodic revisions of software and hardware arereleased. Therefore, all versions of the software or hardware currently in use might not supportsome functions that are described in this document. The product release notes provide the mostup-to-date information on product features.If a product does not function correctly or does not function as described in this document,contact a technical support professional.Note:This document was accurate at publication time. To ensure that you are using the latestversion of this document, go to the Support website.PurposeThis document provides detailed information about how to configure the uplink to the customernetwork environment.AudienceThe intended audience for this document is Dell-EMC support and Professional Services (PS)persons who having detailed knowledge about Avamar and other data protection suite products.Revision historyThe following table presents the revision history of this document.Table 1 Revision historyRevision numberDateDescription01March 20202.5 GA ReleaseResiliency overviewThe IDPA contains the following hardware and software components:lThere are three Dell ESXi servers, which host the following virtual machines:nAvamar Virtual Edition (AVE)nData Protection Advisor (DP AdvisornDataProtection-ACM (ACM)nData Protection Search (Search)nIntegrated Data Protection Appliance System ManagerlData Domain serverlPhysical Avamar grid (DP8300 and DP8800 models only)lDell EMC S4048-ON (IDPA Dell EMC switch)The following sections provide information about the resiliency of each component.ESXi server resiliencyThe IDPA configuration includes an ESXi hypervisor that is installed on 3 ESXI hosts, which areconfigured in a VSAN cluster.The following table summarizes the benefits and limitations of the VSAN cluster configuration.Deployment Resiliency GuideDRAFTDELL EMC CONFIDENTIAL2Integrated Data Protection Appliance 2.5
Table 2 VSAN cluster configurationConfigurationBenefitsLimitationsFTT=1Tolerant of one 1 node and 1disk failure.Does not protect the VSANcluster against multiple nodeor multiple disk failures.VSAN diskgroup contains 1SSD and 5 HDDS for eachESXi host.Provides fault domains.If the SSD fails, the VSANstorage group goes intodegraded mode.ESXi OS is installed on a SDcard.Raid-1 fault tolerance.SD cards are less durable andreliable, which can result inmore frequent failures.VMware HAIf one ESXi hosts failsabruptly, the virtual machinesfailover, to the other ESXihosts.

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