Data Deduplication is a technique that can help you store the same amount of data in lesser storage space. Deduplication means the removal of duplicates from the data. It can provide 2 to 200 times space savings and be used for low bandwidth data transfer.
However, it is a resource-intensive operation and can offset the advantages if not implemented correctly. In this white paper, we discuss the various techniques of implementing the steps for Data Deduplication and their effects on the Data Deduplication ratio and throughput.