back to article Exablox shows off its ring, adds variable-length NAS dedupe

Exablox is adding variable-length deduplication to its fixed-length, inline data reduction functions to make its object-based NAS arrays more efficient. An on-premises management facility is also available. Variable-length uses a sliding window to determine the optimal boundaries for deduplication. These two selectable …

  1. Nate Amsden

    with my suitable data

    I get just over 32:1 dedupe on HP StoreOnce NFS(two appliances each with about 50TB of data written). Works really well though performance needs work still. (I'm sure VTL on StoreOnce is really fast with their software accelerators I just use NFS, it's fast enough but could easily stand to be much faster for really large files which I'm forced to backup in NFS sync mode).

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