Final Round: Data Mobility and Solution Longevity
This post ends the series where I’ve been comparing appliance based deduplication with Data Domain vs. Simpana Native Duplication and explaining why I think native deduplication is the best approach. If you haven’t read the earlier posts in this series, they can be found here:
EMC Data . . . → Read More: Data Domain vs. Simpana Dedup: Final Round
Round 3: Data Invulnerability vs. Epic Data Indestructability
Ok, so the term “Epic Data Indestructability” doesn’t actually exist, but I needed something for a section title and CommVault doesn’t have clever, made-up marketing term like “Data Invulnerability” to describe the resiliency built into the Simpana platform. The availability of protected data should be a . . . → Read More: Data Domain vs. Simpana Dedup: Round #3
Round 2: Where to Dedup?
In this post I’ll discuss some of the most important data protection architecture differences between Data Domain and Simpana. The most defining difference between Simpana and Data Domain is where the deduplication occurs. The below diagram references the key differences. I’ll discuss this in more detail below.
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Disclosure: I was employed as an Enterprise Systems Engineer with Commvault at the time of writing this series. The content of this series was not reviewed, approved or published by CommVault.
I normally don’t do competitive blogging, but this topic comes up a lot lately. I’ve had a chance to visit with many customers . . . → Read More: EMC Data Domain vs. CommVault Simpana Native Dedup