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*New* Filesystem Analytics Eliminates Guesswork

The latest release of the DobiMiner Software Suite is here, and it comes with significant enhancements. One of the most important new features of Release 5.6 is filesystem analytics, which greatly improves visibility into the characteristics of an unstructured dataset.
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Filesystem Analytics and Discovery

ANALYTICS The Simplicity Illusion Have you ever been put into a position of having to solve a file migration problem without the faintest clue on where to begin? Often this is the case when storage admins or IT staff are thrust into being asked to solve seemingly simple data migrations only to find out it’s…
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Heterogeneous and Vendor Independent NAS Replication. Is it Magic?

At a recent storage conference, an attendee approached our booth asking about Datadobi’s NAS replication solution, DobiReplicate. As we discussed its ability to replicate data between different vendor platforms, they immediately responded with “Well – heterogeneous– that’s the magic word, isn’t it?”. And I began to wonder, is it truly a magic word? It’s not exactly…
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Using Hash Digests to Validate Data Copies

Whenever data is migrated or replicated between two systems, one of the most important activities to perform is validating the copy operation results.  It is an unfortunate reality that data gets corrupted either in transit, due to a bad disk write at the destination, or for other reasons.  No matter where the source of the…
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Introducing DobiMigrate CTA Bypass – Migration in Days, Not Weeks

The goal of the CTA has always been pretty straightforward, keep data that is meaningful to the business on high-speed, high-cost storage, and then use policies to transparently tier older, less-valuable data off to cheaper commodity storage [and then cloud storage].CTA accomplishes this by truncating the original file down to a very small pointer, often…
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