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Published: 22 Oct 2012

Data deduplication products can dramatically lower capacity requirements, but picking the best one for your needs can be tricky. Exaggerated claims, rapidly changing technology and persistent myths make navigating the deduplication landscape treacherous. But the rewards of a successful dedupe installation are indisputable. "We're seeing the growing popularity of secondary storage and archival systems with single-instance storage," says Lauren Whitehouse, analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), Milford, MA. "A couple of deduplication products have even appeared for use with primary storage." The technology is maturing rapidly. "We looked at deduplication two years ago and it wasn't ready," says John Wunder, director of IT at Milpitas, CA-based Magnum Semiconductor, which makes chips for media processing. Recently, Wunder pulled together a deduplication process by combining pieces from Diligent Technologies Corp. (deduplication engine), Symantec Corp. Veritas NetBackup and Quatrio (servers and storage). Assembling the right pieces requires a clear ... Access >>>

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