Not Again! Data Deduplication for Storage Systems

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Abhishek Rajimwale, Dell; John Kim, NVIDIA; Alex McDonald, SNIA NSF Vice Chair

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Organizations inevitably store multiple copies of the same data. Users and applications store the same files over and over, intentionally or inadvertently. Developers, testers and analysts keep many similar copies of the same data. And backup programs copy the same or similar files daily, often to multiple locations or storage devices. It’s not unusual to end up with some data replicated thousands of times. So how do we stop the duplication madness? Join this webcast where we’ll discuss how to reduce the number of copies of data that get stored, mirrored, or backed up as we discuss: •Should I eliminate duplicates at the desktop, server, storage or backup device? •Dedupe technology •Local vs. global deduplication •Avoiding or reducing data copies (non-dupe) •Block-level vs. file- or object-level deduplication •In-line vs. post-process deduplication •More efficient backup techniques Register today (but only once please) for this webcast so you can start saving space and end the extra data replication.
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