With cost cutting so important for most organizations, data deduplication— and the allure of significantly reduced storage and bandwidth usage—has become the hot topic in data protection circles. But deduplication is just one component of performance optimization for data protection systems. This paper describes the benefits and potential risks of three optimization technologies commonly used for disk-based backup and recovery, enabling you to more confidently optimize your own data protection environment.
Deduplication and Beyond – Optimizing Performance for Backup and Recovery
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