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Microsoft Application Agent and Oracle RMAN Agent Quick Start Guide

PowerProtect Data Manager Version 19.1

302-005-960 REV 01 July 2019

l PowerProtect Data Manager overview................................................................... 2 l Prerequisites...........................................................................................................2 l Firewall and port considerations............................................................................. 3 l PowerProtect Data Manager solution deployment overview for fresh deployments

............................................................................................................................... 3 l PowerProtect Data Manager solution deployment overview for existing

deployments........................................................................................................... 5

PowerProtect Data Manager overview PowerProtect Data Manager is designed to do three things when you use it with the Oracle RMAN agent and Microsoft application agent:

l Automate the configuration of the Oracle RMAN agent and Microsoft application agent lockboxes.

l Create a catalog of backups produced by the Oracle RMAN agent and Microsoft application agent, and then monitor that catalog data to determine if retention policies are being adhered to.

l Actively manage the lifecycle of backups created by the Oracle RMAN agent and Microsoft application agentthat is, ensure that the backups are marked for garbage collection based on the rules of the retention policy.

PowerProtect Data Manager does not change the way that the Oracle RMAN agent and Microsoft application agent work. DBAs continue to create backups and perform restores as they do today.

Prerequisites When you perform a fresh or upgraded deployment of PowerProtect Data Manager 19.1, you require the following:

l A list of the hosts that write backups to the Data Domain systems.

l DDOS version 6.1 and the Data Domain Management Console (DDMC).

Note: All models of Data Domain are supported.

l Oracle RMAN agent 19.1 (Linux only).

l Microsoft application agent 19.1.

l A trial license is provided with the PowerProtect Data Manager software. DPS Applications, Backup, and Enterprise customers can contact Dell EMC Licensing Support for assistance with a permanent PowerProtect Data Manager license.

l Large environments require multiple PowerProtect Data Manager instances. Contact Champions.eCDM@emc.com for assistance with sizing requests.

l The PowerProtect Data Manager 19.1 OVA requires the following:

n ESXi version 6.0, 6.5

n 8 vCPUs, 18 GB RAM, one 100 GB disk and one 500 GB disk.

n The latest version of the Google Chrome browser to access the PowerProtect Data Manager UI.

n TCP port 7000 must be open between PowerProtect Data Manager and the database hosts.

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Firewall and port considerations

Table 1 PowerProtect Data Manager port requirements

Description Communication Port

SSH communications Bidirectional communication between the SSH client and the PowerProtect Data Manager appliance

22 TCP/UDP

RestServer Bidirectional communication between the HTTP client and the PowerProtect Data Manager appliance

8443 TCP

UI redirect Inbound only 80 TCP

443

LDAP Outbound only 389 TCP/UDP

636 TCP

Discovery (devices) Outbound between the PowerProtect Data Manager appliance and the device

3009 TCPStorage Direct and Data Domain

5989 TCPSMI-S

443 TCPXtremIO

7225 TCPRecoverPoint

PowerProtect Data Manager agent Bidirectional communication between the database hosts and the PowerProtect Data Manager appliance

7000 TCP

Embedded vProxy service Outbound 9090 TCP

PowerProtect Data Manager solution deployment overview for fresh deployments

Follow the PowerProtect Data Manager deployment "cheat sheet" for the deployment environment with the Microsoft application agent or Oracle RMAN agent.

Table 2 Fresh deployment of PowerProtect Data Manager with Microsoft application agent or Oracle RMAN agent

Step System or UI reference

Document reference

0. Design how to group the backups based on the storage requirements and retention policies.

None The account team can help with backup storage design.

1. Install Data Domain Management Center (DDMC). PowerProtect Data Manager uses DDMC to connect to the Data Domain systems.

Data Domain Management Center

Data Domain Management Center 6.1 Installation and Administration Guide

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Table 2 Fresh deployment of PowerProtect Data Manager with Microsoft application agent or Oracle RMAN agent (continued)

Step System or UI reference

Document reference

2. Install the PowerProtect Data Manager OVA.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Deployment Guide

3. Add external Data Domains or Data Domain Management Center (DDMC) to PowerProtect Data Manager.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Managing Storage" > "Add protection storage"

4a. Install the Microsoft application agent on the SQL hosts and connect them to PowerProtect Data Manager. This action should be performed by DBAs.

NOTICE The first backup after you create a centralized protection job will be a full backup.

Windows SQL Server for SQL agent installation

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Enabling the Microsoft Application Agent for SQL" > "Install and configure the Microsoft application agent for SQL Server"

4b. Install the Oracle RMAN agent on the Oracle hosts and connect them toPowerProtect Data Manager. This action should be performed by DBAs.

Linux Oracle host PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Enabling the Oracle RMAN Agent" > "Install and configure the Oracle RMAN agent"

5. Add new or approve pending SQL and Oracle agent requests.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Enabling the Microsoft Application Agent for SQL" > "Add or manage the Microsoft application agent for SQL"

or

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Enabling the Oracle RMAN Agent" > "Add or manage the Oracle application agent"

6. Add a vCenter server if you want to schedule a backup through PowerProtect Data Manager. You must add credentials to the database so that PowerProtect Data Manager can access the database and create backups.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Managing Assets" > "Add a vCenter Server asset source"

7. Add the protection policy for groups of assets that you want to back up.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Managing Protection Policies" > procedures for adding a protection policy for the type of assets

8. Add Service Level Objectives to the protection policy to verify that the protected assets meet the Service Level Agreements (SLAs).

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Managing Protection Policies" > "Add a Service Level Agreement"

PowerProtect Data Manager configuration is complete.

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Table 2 Fresh deployment of PowerProtect Data Manager with Microsoft application agent or Oracle RMAN agent (continued)

Step System or UI reference

Document reference

9. Perform a full backup so that PowerProtect Data Manager can detect the proper backup chain. Without a full backup,PowerProtect Data Manager treats the backups as partial and assumes that you are out of compliance.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide

DBAs are carrying out backups and PowerProtect Data Manager is creating a catalog of the backups, monitoring the catalog for retention policy compliance, and, if configured, managing the lifecycle of the backups.

10. Monitor protection compliance in the PowerProtect Data Manager dashboard.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Getting Started" > "Available tools and options in the PowerProtect Data Manager UI"

PowerProtect Data Manager solution deployment overview for existing deployments

Follow the PowerProtect Data Manager deployment "cheat sheet" for the deployment environment with the Microsoft application agent or Oracle RMAN agent.

Table 3 Existing deployment of PowerProtect Data Manager with Microsoft application agent or Oracle RMAN agent

Step System or UI reference

Document reference

1. Install Data Domain Management Center (DDMC). PowerProtect Data Manager uses DDMC to connect to the Data Domain systems.

Data Domain Management Center

Data Domain Management Center 6.1 Installation and Administration Guide

2. Install the PowerProtect Data Manager OVA.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Deployment Guide

3. Add external Data Domains or Data Domain Management Center (DDMC) to PowerProtect Data Manager.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Managing Storage" > "Add protection storage"

4a. Uninstall and then reinstall the Microsoft application agent on the SQL hosts and connect the hosts to PowerProtect Data Manager. This action should be performed by DBAs.

NOTICE The first backup after you create a centralized protection job will be a full backup.

Windows SQL Server for SQL agent installation

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Enabling the Microsoft Application Agent for SQL" > "Upgrade the Microsoft application agent"

4b. Upgrade the Oracle RMAN agent on the Oracle hosts and connect them to

Linux Oracle host PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Enabling the Oracle

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Table 3 Existing deployment of PowerProtect Data Manager with Microsoft application agent or Oracle RMAN agent (continued)

Step System or UI reference

Document reference

PowerProtect Data Manager. This action should be performed by DBAs.

RMAN Agent" > "Install and configure the Oracle RMAN agent"

5. Add new or approve pending SQL and Oracle agent requests.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Enabling the Microsoft Application Agent for SQL" > "Add or manage the Microsoft application agent for SQL"

or

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Enabling the Oracle RMAN Agent" > "Add or manage the Oracle application agent"

6. Add a vCenter server if you want to schedule a backup through PowerProtect Data Manager. You must add credentials to the database so that PowerProtect Data Manager can access the database and create backups.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Managing Assets" > "Add a vCenter Server asset source"

7. Add the protection policy for groups of assets that you want to back up.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Managing Protection Policies" > procedures for adding a protection policy for the type of assets

8. Add Service Level Objectives to the protection policy to verify that the protected assets meet the Service Level Agreements (SLAs).

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Managing Protection Policies" > "Add a Service Level Agreement"

PowerProtect Data Manager configuration is complete.

9. Perform a full backup so that PowerProtect Data Manager can detect the proper backup chain. Without a full backup,PowerProtect Data Manager treats the backups as partial and assumes that you are out of compliance.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide

DBAs are carrying out backups and PowerProtect Data Manager is creating a catalog of the backups, monitoring the catalog for retention policy compliance, and, if configured, managing the lifecycle of the backups.

10. Monitor protection compliance in the PowerProtect Data Manager dashboard.

PowerProtect Data Manager

PowerProtect Data Manager Administration and User Guide section "Getting Started" > "Available tools and options in the PowerProtect Data Manager UI"

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