Why object storage is uniquely suitable for long-term data retention

Prescriptive Guide to Achieving Extreme Data Durability

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Preserving the integrity and durability of data in long-term storage is critical if organizations are to support active archive requirements, meet regulatory compliance commitments, and perform analytical reporting and historical trending.

However, traditional RAID solutions aren’t reliable at scale and rebuilds take between 24 to 36 hours per terabyte to complete.

In this white paper, EMA identifies the most effective practices for achieving multi-site data durability to support high availability and retention requirements—one of which is object storage.

Read on to find out why object storage is particularly suitable for long-term retention and unstructured data storage.

Vendor:
Western Digital
Posted:
17 Apr 2019
Published:
31 Dec 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
3 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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