What would you advise then?
Currently we have the following sizes in use
- primary backups: 17,8TB without dedup, 4,18TB with dedup
- datacenter backup copies: 132TB without dedup, 21,9TB with dedup
- second site backup copies: 41,9TB without dedup, 3,09TB with dedup
- endpoint protection backups: 2,62TB without dedup, 705GB with dedup
repository second site
- primary backups: 9,26TB without dedup, 1,46TB with dedup
- second site backup copies: 64,4TB without dedup, 488GB with dedup
- datacenter backup copies: 126TB without dedup, 18,6TB with dedup
- endpoint protection backups: 3,92TB without dedup, 1,29TB with dedup
Both sites currently have 4 RAID5 volumes with 6x4TB SAS disk each combined via Storage Spaces. The volumes on whihc the data resides are Thin Provisioned disks on this large disk.
In the new setup I want to use Windows 2016 as said before. The datacenter would receive a one JBOD array with 60 disks (probally with the size of 4TB each). The second site would then have 48 disks of 4TB (currently 24 of them are used for the current setup).
I'm curious how you would size this, if you say the number of disks (or disk sizes) are not the correct ones, please let me know.