sponsored by Index Engines
Posted:  12 Dec 2011
Published:  12 Dec 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  4  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

D2D storage systems are designed to cycle through backups according to disaster recovery rotation policies. Old backup images are cycled out as new backups occur and take their place. However, the cycle is often interrupted by legal hold and compliance requests that require backup data to be retained for a specified period of time. This process is causing large volumes of user data to be retained, causing backup storage devices to quickly become full and difficult to manage.

This white paper is here to help. Featuring today's best practices regarding efficient data management, this resource provides you with the information you need to optimize your existing storage infrastructure and increase efficiency throughout your data center. Read on to learn more.






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