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Deduplication and restore performance redux

A week ago, I wrote an article highlighting how deduplication can impact restore performance and the difference between forward and reverse referencing. Many people are not familiar with these two deduplication technologies and their importance.  SEPATON is the only vendor to implement forward referencing technology in a large scale enterprise appliance and it is important […]

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Deduplication and restore performance

One of the hidden landmines of deduplication is its impact on restore performance. Most vendors gloss over this issue in their quest to sell bigger and faster systems. Credit goes to Scott from EMC who acknowledged that restore performance declines on deduplicated data in the DL3D. We have seen other similar solutions suffer restore performance […]

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6 Reasons not to Deduplicate Data

Deduplication is a hot buzzword these days. I previously posted about how important it is to understand your business problems before evaluating data protection solutions. Here are six reasons why you might not want to deduplicate data. 1. Your data is highly regulated and/or frequently subpoenaed The challenge with these types of data is the […]

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DeltaStor Deduplication, cont….

Scott from EMC and author of the backup blog responded to my previous post on DeltaStor. First, thank you for welcoming me to the world of blogdom. This blog is brand new and it is always interesting to engage in educated debate. I do not want this to go down a “mine is better than […]

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DeltaStor Deduplication

I track numerous sites focused on data protection and storage and am always interested in what other industry participants are discussing.  The blogroll on this site includes links to some informative and interesting blogs.  However, as with anything else on the web, everyone brings their view of the world which inevitably influences their perspective. This […]

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