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Aug 4 2009   2:12PM GMT

Overheard – D2D2T (disk-to-disk-to-tape)

Margaret Rouse Margaret Rouse Profile: Margaret Rouse

With D2D2T, you can transfer your data to disk at night at a much faster rate than to tape, and then migrate that data to tape, as you need to.

Phil Pascarelli, D2D2T: is it quite right for you?

Unlike tape emulation, which replaces a tape drive with a virtual hard disk equivalent, D2D2T allows users to manage the storage of data closer to an Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) model. Users can specify the destination and duration of stored data as well as its replication and archive life. In addition, D2D2T offers an excellent data recovery option, allowing instant retrieval of lost or corrupted data. D2D2T is also able to address compliance legislation-based storage requirements.

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