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ALSO CALLED: File Replication, Database Replication, Replication of Data, Replication
DEFINITION: Replication (pronounced rehp-lih-KA-shun) is the process of making a replica (a copy) of something. A replication (noun) is a copy. The term is used in fields as varied as microbiology (cell replication), knitwear (replication of knitting patterns), and information distribution (CD-ROM replication).On the Internet, a Web site that has been replicated in its entirety and put on another site is called  … 
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D2D Backup and Data Deduplication: Lowering the Costs of Business Continuity
sponsored by Overland Storage
WEBCAST: This Webcast discusses the growing importance of data deduplication as an enabling technology that leverages cost-effective VTLs and other disk appliances to identify and eliminate redundant data.
Posted: 17 Oct 2007 | Premiered: Oct 17, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)

Overland Storage

Brocade StorageX Demo
sponsored by Brocade
SOFTWARE DEMO: Brocade experts demonstrate some key functionality and benefits of StorageX.
Posted: 19 Apr 2007 | Premiered: 19 Apr 2007

Brocade

Solving the VMware Backup, Recovery and Replication Challenge
sponsored by Avamar Technologies
WEBCAST: Find out how to provide your organization with an efficient alternative that solves the backup, recovery and replication challenge for VMware.
Posted: 03 Nov 2006 | Premiered: Nov 15, 2006, 14:00 EST (19:00 GMT)

Avamar Technologies
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DATA REPLICATION DEFINITION (continued): … Replication (pronounced rehp-lih-KA-shun) is the process of making a replica (a copy) of something. A replication (noun) is a copy. The term is used in fields as varied as microbiology (cell replication), knitwear (replication of knitting patterns), and information distribution (CD-ROM replication).On the Internet, a Web site that has been replicated in its entirety and put on another site is called a mirror site.Using the groupware product, Lotus Notes, replication is the periodic electronic refreshing (copying) of a database from one computer server to another so that all users in the Notes network constantly share the same level of information.

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