EMC DataDomain DD670 DeDuplication Appliance Series
Cost effective and scalable deduplication storage solution for midsized enterprise data centres[dd670]
The Data Domain DD600 Appliance series is qualified with all Leading enterprise backup software and archiving applications and easily integrates into the existing storage infrastructure without change for either data center or distributed office data protection. These systems support simultaneous data access methods through NES and CIFS file service protocols over Ethernet, or as a disk-based target using application-specific interfaces such as EMC Data Domain Boost. DD Boost enables advanced integration for use with EMC Avamar, EMC NetWorker and Symantec OpenStorage. Users can leverage the same DD600 series system for both backup and archive workloads. This improves the efficiency across backup and archive applications and data types, as well as reduces management overhead by combining multipLe applications’ storage on a single system.
EMC Data Domain systems are simple to install and manage. Connect an appliance to your backup server as either a file server via Ethernet or as a virtual tape Library (VTL) via Fibre Channel. EMC Data Domain Boost (for use with EMC Avamar, EMC NetWorker and Symantec OpenStorage) is also supported; all three interfaces can be used simultaneously.
EMC Data Domain Replicator software enables network-efficient and encrypted replication to a remote site for disaster recovery, remote office data protection, or multisite tape consolidation. The DD670 supports replication fan-in from Data Domain systems installed at up to 90 remote offices. Cross-site deduplication minimizes the required bandwidth between all sites, since only the first instance of data is transferred across any of the WAN segments. Datasets are effectively shrunk by 99 percent, to a size where network-efficient replication is fast and reliable. If confidentiality is required, deduplicated and compressed data can be encrypted in-flight when being replicated between Data Domain systems, independent of the replication topology used.
|Logical Capacity, Standard||0.6 PB|
|Logical Capacity, Redundant||2.7 PB|
|Performance||3.6 TB/hr (5.4 TB/hr Boost)|
|Cooling Requirements||2,347 BTU/hr|
|Supported OS||EMC DataDomain Operating System (DD OS) 5.1 or later|
|Rack Units||2 U|
|Specification||Global Compression, Data Invulnerability Architecture including end-to-end verification (ongoing) and integrated dual disk parity RAID 6, snapshots, telnet, FTP, SSH, email alerts, scheduled capacity reclamation, Ethernet failover and aggregation, Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP), VLAN tagging, IP aliasing, EMC Data Domain Boost, EMC Data Domain Virtual Tape Library (for open systems and IBM i operating environments), EMC Data Domain Encryption, EMC Data Domain Replicator, and EMC Data Domain Retention Lock optional software. NFS v3 over TCP, dES, DD Boost (for use with Symantec OpenStorage and EMC NetWorker), tape library emulation (VTL) over Fibre Channel, and NDMP Tape Server|