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Published By: Unitrends     Published Date: Apr 12, 2010
The purpose of deduplication is to provide more storage, particularly backup storage, for less money, right? Then wouldn't it be ridiculous if deduplication vendors were demanding that their customers pay more per terabyte of storage? Or if they were simply pushing the task of integrating, monitoring, and managing deduplication back onto their users?
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unitrends, backup, data protection, data quality, server, replication, lossless, lossy
    
Unitrends
Published By: HP     Published Date: Jun 05, 2014
Fast-growing data and widespread virtualization have ratcheted up data protection challenges no matter what the size of your business. This paper will describe the challenges of data protection, why deduplication is critical to meeting the challenges, how HP is achieving its vision of federated dedupe with StoreOnce – and what HP’s StoreOnce VSA announcement and achievement means to backup services providers, enterprises with remote or branch offices and small and medium businesses as well.
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hewlett packard, data, backup, . data protections, recovery, deduplication, storeonce, it management
    
HP
Published By: HP     Published Date: Aug 08, 2014
Deduplication is not new—and HP was certainly not the first to market it. Instead, by watching how deduplication was introduced and listening to the evolving demands of customers who struggle with storage and backup issues, HP built StoreOnce as a next-generation or “Dedupe 2.0” architecture that is available now. With its formidable enterprise experience, server and storage product lines, and broad partner ecosystem, HP intends to catch up with and, in fact, surpass the status quo to bring better deduplication at a lower cost.
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federated, storeonce, deduplication, storage, it benefits, backup systems, challenges, challenges
    
HP
Published By: HP     Published Date: Jul 08, 2009
In these days of rampant data growth, a technology that can increase the effective capacity of a disk-based backup system by a ratio of up to 50:1 is big news. Data deduplication allows you to store up to 50 times more backup data into the same disk footprint — giving you a better chance of restoring your users' lost data from exactly the point they need it. This white paper explains how this innovative data deduplication solution works and also establishes how a 50:1 deduplication ratio may be achieved.
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dynamic deduplication, 50:1, disk based backup, data, storage, rack, dedupe, data deduplication
    
HP
Published By: HP     Published Date: Jul 08, 2009
Data deduplication technology represents one of the most significant storage enhancements in recent years, promising to reshape future data protection and disaster recovery solutions. Data deduplication offers the ability to store more on a given amount of storage and replicate data using lower bandwidth links at a significantly reduced cost. This white paper explains how deduplication technologies work in practice, the pros and cons of each approach, and when to choose a particular type.
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data, data deduplication, data dedupe, disaster recovery, data protection, storage, bandwidth, virtual library system
    
HP
Published By: Arcserve     Published Date: May 29, 2015
Today, data volumes are growing exponentially and organizations of every size are struggling to manage what has become a very expensive and complex problem. It causes real issues such as: • Overprovisioning their backup infrastructure to anticipate rapid future growth. • Legacy systems can’t cope and backups take too long or are incomplete. • Companies miss recovery point objectives and recovery time targets. • Backups overload infrastructure and network bandwidth. • Not embracing new technologies, such as cloud backup, because there is too much data to transfer over wide area networks.
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backup infrastructure, legacy systems, overload infrastructure, cloud, security, it management
    
Arcserve
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