D2D2T


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D2D2TDisk to Disk to Tape (backup strategy where data is backed up to disk then to tape for faster recovery)
D2D2TDisk to Disk to Tape
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VTL solutions that incorporate data mover capabilities and policy frameworks to enable D2D2T tiered storage also provide new efficiencies in data protection strategies, allowing IT organizations to store data on the most appropriate storage resource at any stage of the data's lifecycle.
We are also working with a number of partners in the SMB space that address ILM specifically, bringing together cost-competitive D2D2T solutions.
D2d2T is a traditional tape-based system with a little disk typically for a few nights of backup data in front of a large tape library.
D2d2T) offers the benefits of disk without having to purchase enough disks for all of your backups.
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.
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.
Certance introduced the CP 3100 Series data protection solution for small businesses and departmental workgroups seeking a fast, reliable and economical D2D2T solution for business-critical data.
The CP 3100 incorporates the same powerful features and functionality of disk-to-disk-to-tape (D2D2T).
This capability enables users to create their own D2D2T solution using their existing tape device investment without additional software requirements.
It's no wonder that Disk-to-Disk-to-Tape (D2D2T) is one of the storage industry's hottest buzzwords.
Disk-to-disk-to-tape (D2D2T) solutions address shrinking backup windows by combining the advantages of tape with the high-speed, random access capabilities of disk.
These latest trends go by the acronym of D2D (disk to disk) or D2D2T (disk to disk to tape).