How recovery-in-place is changing the way enterprises recover data
Recovery-in-place is a new data backup technique that is fundamentally changing the way people recover from a storage system failure: allowing an application to access its data directly from a backup storage device, this technique saving the time required to replace a faulty storage device and then restore data across the network.
But before adopting this technique—or any other—deduplication, backup frequency, and performance expectations must first be assessed.
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