Data disasters will happen. Accepting that reality is the first step in preparing a comprehensive disaster plan. Time is always against an IT team when a disaster strikes, therefore the details of a disaster plan are critical for success.
George Crump has a piece in Byte and Switch today that poses an important question: “Can we get to a single point of deduplication?” This is a question that we have taken up in one form or another in some of our recent posts, such as this one and this one . In the article, Crump asks the question in another way: “ … can you have all your data tiers; primary, archive and backup deduplicated by a single engine?” In light of the recent focus on deduplication, this in my view is a question that really does need to be raised. For how long will the industry to silo out these different tiers for its deduplication solutions
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