The DD565 offers up to 23.5 TB of raw data capacity and 980 TB of logical redundant capacity, making it an ideal midrange data deduplication solution.
The DD565 data deduplication appliance includes Data Domain’s unique deduplication algorithm, which detect redundant data patterns within files, down to the variable segment level. This technology enables business to achieve an average of 20X data reduction, which reduces storage hardware requirements, as well as the bandwidth required for remote WAN vaulting & disaster recovery.
In addition to Data Domain’s unique data de duplication algorithm and technologies such as Global Compression and Data Invulnerability for nearline workloads, disaster recovery, and multi-site data protection, the DD565 deduplication appliance also includes RAID6 capabilities to protect against simultaneous disk failures. Snapshot, Ethernet failover & aggregation, telnet, FTP & SSH are also included with the pre-installed software. Add-on options such as the Data Domain Replicator, and VTL over Fibre Channel, are available with the DD565 as well.
|Data Domain DD565 Specifications|
|Raw Capacity||23.5 TB|
|Maximum Throughput||630 GB/hour|
|Availability features||Hot-pluggable disks, N+1 power, redundant fans & dual 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports|
|Supported Protocols||NFS v.3 over TCP, CIFS,NDMP, VTL over Fibre|
With the Data Domain DD565 data deduplication backup appliance, changes don’t need to be made to existing backup packages or existing nearline storage.
The DD565 is compatible with Microsoft Exchange for email deduplication, and can work with NFS & CIFS NAS filesystems as well as all of the leading backup and recovery and archival software applications, including:
and leading enterprise applications from Oracle, SAP, and IBM DB2.
The DD565 is also compatible with VMware for virtualized environments. In virtualized environments utilizing VMware VI (Virtual Infrastructure), replicating the large .vmdk (virtual disk) files and configuration files can dramatically increase backup requirements. Data Domain’s unique deduplication algorithm detects redundant sequences in these file, oftentimes resulting in storage reductions of 40X. In addition, data and .vmdk and configuration files can be backed up separately, so data can be replicated daily, but snapshots of vmdk’s and configuration files can be copied less frequently.
In addition, VMware works well in multi-site replication situations by utilizing incremental backup technology to eliminate the need to transfer data already at the backup site, as well as features like Global Compression, which help to further minimize the duplication of .vmdk files offsite for disaster recovery, and reduce bandwidth requirements of remote replication and WAN vaulting.
Data integrity features are integrated in the Data Domain DD580 data de-duplication appliance, to protect against corruption throughout the data backup lifecycle, ensuring that if critical information needs to be restored quickly onsite, it will be recoverable and verified.