EMC Data Domain DEDUPLICATION STORAGE SYSTEMS FOR NEXT-GENERATION BACKUP, RECOVERY, AND ARCHIVING
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EMC Data Domain deduplication storage systems dramatically reduce the amount of disk storage needed to retain and protect enterprise data. By identifying redundant files and data as they are being stored, Data Domain systems reduce backup storage requirements by 10x-30x on average. Backup and archive data can then be efficiently replicated and retrieved over existing networks for streamlined disaster recovery.
Software options provide backup, recovery, and archiving enhancements for your environment.
Data Domain technology optimizes deduplication storage.
EMC Data Domain Stream-Informed Segment Layout (SISL™) scaling architecture: Optimizes deduplication throughput scalability and minimizes disk footprint by minimizing disk accesses. System throughput is CPU-centric, not “spindle bound.” Inline deduplication throughput speeds leverage the continued advancement in CPU performance. SISL technology first identifies 99 percent of duplicate, variable-length data segments in RAM, inline, before storing to disk. Then it stores related segments and fingerprints together, so large groups can be read at once. EMC Data Domain systems can use the capacity of large SATA disks for data protection and—without increasing RAM—minimize the number of disks needed to deliver high throughput.
EMC Data Domain Data Invulnerability Architecture: Advanced data verification and data integrity, including RAID 6 protection. Inline write and read verification, continuous fault detection, and self-healing ensure that backup and archive data is accurately stored, available, and recoverable throughout the data lifecycle. The no-overwrite, log-structured architecture of the EMC Data Domain filesystem, with insistence on full-stripe writes, ensures that old backups are always safe even after software errors during new backups. Meanwhile, a simple and robust implementation reduces the chance of software errors in the first place.
EMC Data Domain Global Compression: Combines an exceptionally efficient, high-performance, inline deduplication technology with a local compression technique. The deduplication technology reduces data down to its raw essentials by pooling redundant patterns within a file, across files, and even within a block, only storing unique data segments. Local compression scans the unique data sequence across a local small window of comparison like a tape drive.
Key benefits include:
- Storage reduction – Lower dramatically the amount of storage capacity required for storing backup images-up to 10 to 30 times on average
- Scalability – Gain up to 65 PB of logical capacity in a very small footprint with Data Domain systems with petabytes (PB) of protection storage
- Network-efficient replication – Transfer only unique data segments, reducing bandwidth requirements by as much as 99 percent
EMC Data Domain DD160
|1.1 TB/hr||667 GB/hr||40-195 TB|
EMC Data Domain DD620
|2.4 TB/hr||1.1 TB/hr 4||83-415 TB|
EMC Data Domain DD640 3
|3.4 TB/hr||2.3 TB/hr 8||.32 - 1.6 PB|
EMC Data Domain DD670 3
|5.4 TB/hr||3.6 TB/hr 5||0.6 PB -2.7 PB|
EMC Data Domain DD860 3
|9.8 TB/hr||5.1 TB/hr 5||1.4-7.1 PB
EMC Data Domain DD890 3
|14.7 TB/hr||8.1 TB hr 6||2.9-14.2 PB|
EMC Data Domain DD990
|31.0 TB/hr||15.0 TB hr 5||5.7-28.5 PB
Cloud Tiering Appliance
Move inactive data to lower-cost storage tiers to optimize and lower the total cost of ownership of your network-attached storage (NAS) infrastructure.
EMC Data Protection Advisor
Powerful, unified data protection management with automated monitoring, analysis, and reporting across backup, replication, and virtual environments.
EMC Disk Library for mainframe
Store various data types with EMC Disk Library for mainframe, a full mainframe virtual tape library with traditional and deduplication storage support.
Centralize backup and recovery, bridging traditional and next-generation data protection to safeguard information across the data center.
EMC SourceOne Archiving Family
Reduce costs, improve operational efficiency, mitigate risk and enable litigation readiness.
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Data and Spec Sheets
- Best Practices: Data Domain for IBM TSM
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Training & Events
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