ESG ~ HP StoreOnce: The Next Wave Of Data Deduplication

Leveraging deduplication in backup environments yields significant advantages. The cost savings in reducing disk capacity requirements change the economics of disk-based backup. For some organizations, it allows disk-based backup—and, importantly, recovery—to be extended to additional workloads in the environment. For others, deduplication makes it possible to introduce disk-based backup where it may not have been feasible before.
Together, HP and Intel are introducing future-ready deduplication in its StoreOnce technology. StoreOnce is a modular deduplication algorithm that is portable and interchangeable—whether deployed in HP hardware or software—that can drive greater efficiency. With StoreOnce, HP is addressing what ESG sees as the shortcomings of “phase one,” “point solution” deduplication offerings available today: high cost, complexity, high operational overhead, rigid solution stacks, scalability limitations, single points of failure, lack of restore performance, and heterogeneous silos of storage. HP StoreOnce deduplication powered by Intel® Xeon® processors simplifies the deployment of deduplication technology across the IT infrastructure. It is a portable engine that can be easily embedded in multiple infrastructure components, eliminating the complexity seen in earlier-generation deduplication.

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