skydok wrote:1.Non-Duplicated Data
2.Enterprise Applications (Exchange,SQL,FS)
I believe i will come to this in the Next week
petergrande wrote:Great comparison post on dedupe factor differences , if I may give you a suggestion since I can see that source is probably the limiting part here, not sure what it is that limits it, Disk, NIC and so on.. anyway if you can bump up the source speed in any way that would be great for the performance comparison maybe, we use DD990s and I`ve seeen transfer speeds up around 3000 MB/s source deduped from a single host (not with Veeam though, we haven´t moved our Veeam environment to DD yet), also remember DD can handle quite a lot of simultaneous sessions with good results, the max sessions depends a little on which DD model though, so if you run a larger workload with more VMs simultaneously would also be great to see, not sure here if the CPU Core limitations apply to Veeam B&R in combination with DD, but I guess it does..
aporter wrote:Thanks for running these tests and for sharing the results. It would be interesting to see how a target running Windows Server 2012 deduplication stacks up with the same tests as well.
lightsout wrote:Very nice! I'd like to see what happens if you enabled Windows' host based deduplication on top of it.
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