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Secure your data and databasing
Whenever a large backup is performed there are often tens to hundreds of files that have been previously backed up, are copied over to a system for a second (or third, and so on) time. Overextended backups of these files will take up huge amounts of storage as well as slow down the process of backing up in the future. Small Tree has specialized tools for the removal of duplicated files and setting up file protocols to prevent unnecessary data redundancy.
If you and your team are exploring the option of deduplication, here are some of the positives that will benefit your system. One of the most important aspects is that there will be an increased efficiency of storage. Deduplication will free up resources across the entire system array, affecting the speeds of all clients connecting to these servers. After the deduplication process, the next step is to begin the operation of compression and then reconstruction of the drive.
In some cases, with servers that have high turnover rates for resources, or have assets coming in and going out, scheduled deduplication, either an inline or post-process deduplication is a required feature. Small Tree can fully integrate deduplication scheduling into your server process to keep your server clean, compressed, and running at its optimized levels whenever you need to access your data.