sponsored by ExaGrid Systems, Inc.
Posted:  10 Sep 2013
Published:  04 Dec 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

There is a lot of talk in the storage industry in regard to “scale-up verses “scale-out” architectures for backup and recovery operations. With the proliferation of disk-based appliance that use deduplication, tape is becoming a thing of the past. But the architectural approach used by the appliance vendor can make a significant difference to the performance, scalability and total cost of the selection solution.

This brief white paper discusses how to choose between scale-up verses scale-out architectures for backup and recovery. Discover the pros and cons of each and which one would provide maximum performance for your organization.






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